The Denison Daily Herald. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 9, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 24, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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Is only on* ooH*o In this market bst- f
and that one la
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ffapco is ohaapar too. 1 lb. paokages only.
Fine Builders’ Hardware
Wood Mantels and Tile
I your patent kid shoes are warm on
I your feet this weather w® have a pair
of vici kid, plain toe, turn soles,
blucber pattern, ribbon tie oxfords
that will not give you any trouble. A
softer and lighter shoe cannot be had
$3.00 a Pair
Also same pattern in ribbon tie san-
dals for street wear.
WRICK & SWAN.
Ice Cream Social by Ladies of St.
Patrick's Church, Church lawn.
Ice Cream Sociul by Ladles of South
Side Baptist Church, home of Mrs.
Pofford, No. 606 West Munson
Ice Cream Social by Sunday 8chool
of Calvary Baptist Church, home
of Mrs. Walker, No. 212 East Her-
Ice Cream Social, Bethany Cumber-
land Presbyterian Church, Corner
Armstrong Avenue and Woodard
Address on “Agricultural Develop-
ment a Form of Town Building,” by
Hon. C. H. Connell, under auspices
of Board of Trade, Elks' Hall.
Gate City I.odge No. 160, K. ft L. of
u. regular meeting, K. of P. Hall.
Live Oaic Camp No. 11. W. O. W.. reg-
ulfVf meeting, Woodmen Hall.
Donison Lodge No. 8, A. O. U. W.,
regular meeting. I. O. O. F. Hall.
Denison Lodge No. 90. 8. V. of N. A.,
regular meeting, O. R. C. Hall.
Local No. 113, C. ft W. W. U.. regular
meeting. 111 South Austin Avenue.
Lodge No. 2. B. H., regular meeting.
It 1s hard to say who will be
the next governor, hut It is not
hard to say what butter you will
use If you give
made at the Denison Creamery,
a trial. Don’t, send your money
away from home when home
made goods is as good If not
better, and then, you know It Is
all iu the family.
in HILL JOE
PHONES NEW AND OLD.
XXI Club Library, open from 2:30 to
Mistletoe Division No. 181, O. I. A. to
Denison Division No. 177, B. of I*
E., regular meeting, O. R. C. Hall.
New Orleans, La., July 24.—Tonight
and Wednesday, generally fair.
KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE
■LUE FRONT RACKET STORE, 220 MAIN
Tin pie pans lc each; 3 Indelible pencils 6c; 4 dozen clothes pins 5c;
10x15 sheet iron stove pan 10c; 20c granite wash pan 10c; granite
cups, white lined, 6c; 6-quart granite pan 12c; C plates for 25c;
4-galk>& water cooler, decorated, $1.25; 6-gallon water cooler, deco-
rated, $1.59. See us before you buy or you will be sorry. We cut
the price. Yours,
Davis & ICote,
Mrs. S. D. Hunter Is quite 111 at
her home seven miles east of the city.
Graham, the eight-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Roach, is seriously
Born, yesterday, to Mr. and Mrs. R.
C. Scott, No. 618 West Owlngs street,
a fine girl.
Justice of the Peace George F.
French called his civil docket this
morning. More than thirty cases have
M. L. Oglesby, manager of the Deni-
son Hotel, who has been 111 for seven
week from an attack of fever and oth-
er complications, is able to be about.
Mrs. J. M. Spurlock of Oreenvll’e,
who Is visiting her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. E. S. Boyd, No. 601 West Hull
street, Is recovering from several days’
The Ladies’ Aid Society of the First
Christian Church held a business
meeting yesterday afternoon and de-
cided to discontinue meeting till Sep-
A car load of cables has been re-
ceived by the Southwestern Telegraph
and Telephone company which will
be used In extending the present sys-
tem In this city.
Miss Clara, the young daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Waltz, who has been
111 for twelve weeks at her home on
West Woodard street, Is much im-
proved but not yet able to be up.
Word has been received by J. H.
Sampson of this city that M. T. Math-
is. Harry Tone and L. M. Fitzgerald,
all of this city, have left Denver,
Colo., for a two weeks' hunting trip
on the Moffat line.
and the afternoon was a specialy
pleasant one. Mrs. Romer, on behalf
of the members, presented Mrs. Mays
a handsome Rathbone Sisters pin,
which was acknowledged ip a pretty
manner by the recipient. Refresh-
ments of Ice cream and cakes were
The Bpworth league of Trinity M.
E. Church gave a very enjoyable and
successful Ice cream social at the
home of Mrs. W. B. Freeman, No. 120
Bast Texas street, last rtlght. It wns
an outdoor flffafr and the large lawn
was the scene of a merry gathering
of young people. An air of informali-
ty reigned, adding to the pleasures of
the evening. A phonograph wns used
to entertain the crowd. Recitations
were given by Miss Pearl Hoyle and
Miss Tony Bowie of HaRkell, Tex. Miss
Snllie Fike rendered several vocal
solos. The refreshment tables were
liberally patronized and a neat sum
was realized to place a fence around
several weeks to relatives In Bell
Mrs, T. A. Hadgett has gone to visit
her daughter. Mrs. J. W. Arledt, at
Ivanhoe. and sister, Mrs. J. C. Saun-
ders, In Bonham.
Mrs. A. L. Ford and children left
today for a visit to relatives at Here-
ford. Texas. They will also visit at
Henrietta and Wichita Falls
Mlsa Pearl Lindsay has returned to
her home In Sherman after a pleasant
visit to her sister, Mrs. W. C. JolUff,
No. 1001 West Morton street.
Tom Christopher returned to his
home at Hleo, Texas, today after a
visit to Denison relatives. He was
accompanied by his cousin, Miss l/>-
Carl Johnson of Honey Grove, who
is visiting his nunt, Mrs. J. E. Sims
and cousin. Mrs. Ionise Stewart, re-
turned yesterday after spending sev-
eral days In Galveston,
Mrs. W. H. Gallagher and little
daughter, Elizabeth, will leave tomor-
row to spend several wveks with rela-
tives in Minnesota. Mr. Gallagher
will Join them later, and they will
visit Mrs. Gallagher’s sister, Mrs. J.
C. Woodring, in St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Jerrlm and
children of No. 400 West Day street
left yesterday for a trp to Niagara
Firlls and other eastern cities, after
which they sail on the Carmania for
Liverpool. They will be gone three
months und will spend some time In
England, after which they go on the
continent, visiting points in France
and Italy before returning.
Struok By a
Great Destruction of
Profits, Many Injured.
We show about seventy-five styles
of sideboards and buffets. They are
the best designs and most elegantly
finished from the most reliable man-
ufactories. We are overstocked In
these goods and to move them we
will make some big reductions.
Ghas. H. Jones,
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
We have JuBt received a large line
of new' patterns in Axmlnster, Velvets
and Brussels carpets. They are the
season's latest creations and are ex-
tremely beautiful. 1'rlces range from
$1.26 down to 75c yard.
Chas. H. Jones.
Notice of Dissolution.
We take this means of announcing
that the law firm of Smith & Haven
has been dissolved.
E. J. Smith.
24-3t Jas. P. Haven.
The Texas Wonder.
Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheu-
matic troubles; sold by all druggists,
or two months’ treatment by mall for
*1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street,
St. Louis. Send for Teiaa testi-
E. R. Abshlro of Kemp, I. T., was
in the city today.
Frank P. Goff left yesterday after-
noon for Kansas City.
J. B. Stucey of Durant. I. T., was a
Denison caller yesterday.
Col. Ed Steger of Bonham was a
visitor in Denison yesterday.
W. T. Winder of Whitewright was
in Denison yesterday afternoon.
W. B. Munson returned yesterday
afternoon from a trip to Dallas.
Bruce and Wirt May of Kingston,
1. T.. were in the city last night.
G. R. Ellis left yesterday afternoon
on the Katy Flyer for Gainesville.
Miss Mollie Wertz left today for a
visit to relatives at Dooneville, Ark.
Miss Mabel Watkins went to Gaines-
ville this afternoon to visit relatives.
E. S. Ferguson of Oklahoma City,
Okla., is visiting friends In this city.
Mrs. Otto Schumaker of Roff. I. T.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Martin
All members of Society Vorwaerts
are requested to meet at Vorwaerts
hall Thursday, July 26, at 8 p. m.
24-3t Chris Waltz, President,
The ladies of 8t. Patrick’s Church
will give an ice cream social on the
church lawn Tuesday evening, July
24 from 7 to 10. Everybody cordially
The Ladles Aid of the South Side
Baptist church will give an Ice cream
social at Mrs. Pofford's 606 W. Mun-
son. Tuesday, July 24. Everybody In-
The Sunday School of Calvary Bap-
tist Church will give an Ice cream so
cial at Mrs. Walker's, 212 East Heron,
Tuesday evening, July 24. Everybody
The ladles of the Bethany Presby-
terian Church will serve, cream and
cake at the church, corner Armstrong
avenue and Woodard street, on Tues
day evening, July 24. Everybody In
The character of a drug store
in the record of its prescription
department. All that a drug
store Is or does or aims to do,
finds expression there.
The accurate filling of pre-
scriptions with drugs of known
purity and at just prices, is the
first, and highest mission of a
pharmacy. A large prescription
business is the highest teslimo-
nial a store can have. It Implies
confidence on the part of both
public and physician.
Such a business we have. We
want you to benefit by our
splendid service, and we prom-
ise to make the price right.
Iced Grape Juice-
Puts the hot weather out of business. It Is a food drink that strength-
ms, refreshes and sustains. Delightful and palatable. We sell the
Robertson Grape Juice Split, something that la very fine, guaranteed
5«allty, and sold at a reasonable price—10c.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klopp Sr. and Kohl
their daughters. Misses Emma and : Miss Elsie Kohl loft Sunday for an
Bertha of this city; and Mr. and Mrs. ■ extended visit with relatives at Du-
Fred Klopp Jr., of Hearne, have gone rant.
on a short fishing trip on Blue iu the : Senator Harblson of Collinsville
Indian Territory. ! was here last night to attend the Bell
Chief of Police James of this city! rally,
has been notified by E. H. Clanton of, Ira Nagle o‘f Texarkana arrived yes-
No. 405 South Thirteenth street, Cor-1 tenlay to visit his brother, Dr. W. M.
sicana, Tex., to be on the watch for ! Nagle.
his 14-year-old son, Willie, who ran Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Williams of Du-
away from home June 19. rant, I. T., were in Denison yesterday
DAN TRACY «& CO.
404 W. MAIN 8T.
A run wae made by the fire depart-
ment about 9 o'clock yesterday even-
ing to the residence of Fred Kadane,
No. 622 East Sears street, where a
fire was caused by a lamp explosion
W. H. Brazile of Bonham has re-
turned home after a visit to his broth-
er, M. D. Bra/.lle.
Rev, E. F. Leech returned today
We Appreciate phone order*. It shows the people have confidnce in
as when they leave it to ut to make their selection and we make
•wry effort to give satisfaction. When we fail to please send the
loods right back.
J. B. Orr
THE NEW GROCER.
_ 405 N. ARMSTRONG AVE.
9PHONE8, NEW, 75; OLD, 332.
The loss was slight and on one was in-
The members of the Retail Clerks
Union will enjoy an Ice cream social
and general good time in B. of L. F.
hall Thursday evening. Each mem-
ber will invite one guest and the occa-
sion promises to be n very enjoyable
■lias Hart. Jg,
WoUa, Hart * Mftxey,
~*7a and Counaellors at Law
SSsIL bIS“ otw COTun*r‘
Jack—By the way, how is your suit
with Miss Cashlelgh progressing?
Tom—Slowly. I’m playing a wait-
ing game just now.
Jack—A waiting game?
Tom—Yes; I’m waiting for her to
change her mind.—Columbia Dispatch.
from a several days' business trip to
Miss Tony Bowie of Haskell, Texas,
is visiting Mrs W. B. Freeman, No.
120 East Texas street.
Emmet Peterson of Fort Worth, for-
merly of this city, greeted a number
of his old friends today.
one. ! Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cain and children
j. H. Gardner and T. W. Dollarhide j have returned from a visit to relatives
of this city are takt&g a few (lays' j and friends at Athens, Ga.
fishing trip to a lake south of Ben John Gilliam, manager for the Pos-
nington. 1. T. They loft early Sunday! tal Telegraph company at Fort Worth,
morning and were Joined by another was In the city yesterday,
party at Bennington. They are ex- Judge John N. Henderson of the
pected home tonight. i court of criminal appeals of Bryan
The morning session of today's j was in the cltv yesterday-
city court was brief, the program con- Mrs. W. C. Brownson of Kansas City
sisting of the trial of three street tax : is the guesi of Mrs. James Kennedy,
cases and one affray. The street' No. 711 West Chestnut street,
cases were passed over and the victim Mrs. Harry Miller and children re-
of the affray was fined $1 and costs, i turned yesterday from a visit to her
A fine summer beverage. Ster-
ilized, wholesome and health-
H. A. TUCKER
Has What You Want
*47 used to have coach dogs.
«ey have automobile dogs. In
_‘hey win have airship dogs,”
. n®. T Wonder What lritwt
- „ . bonder what kind of
Mrahlp dog would be?’’
feiJ: ^ 8kyf» of cntiPBo M_Pli
akye, of courae."—Chicago
our roal*ria and
th« *y*tem. Sold by all
Ior 17 7«ara. Price 60 cent*.
was a mnn who. against all odds, at-
tained the highest honor a man could
get In the United States. Ballard’s
Horehotind Syrup has attained a place
never equalled by any other like rem-
edy. It is a sure euro for Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis. Influenza and all
Pulmonary1 diseases. Every mother
should keep supplied with this won-
derful cough medicine. Sold by T. B.
The affray was the outcome of a quar
rel between two eab drivers at the
union station several days ago.
Avis Inez Slagle, the one-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sla-
gle, No. 216 East Morgan street, died j
at 4:10 o'clock this morning from an
attack of whooping rough. The funcr j
al service* will be held at the rest- j
dence at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow after
noon by Rev. Palmer of the South
Side Methodist Church. Interment
will follow at Oakwood cemetery.
Lily Temple No. 3, Rathbone Sis-
ters. gave a farewell party last Thurs
Something for men
that beats Bell's bells.
in Baity’s ad
who leaves soon for Colorado for the
benefit of her health, at her home on
North Armstrong avenue. A small
party of members who are special
friends of Mrs. Maya were present
mother at Jaeksboro, Texas
Master John and Ora Harshaw, sons
of J. H. Harshaw, left yesterday to vis-
it relatives at Trenton. Texas.
Mrs. Joe Roach left today for her
home in Emporia. Kan., after a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Roach.
Miss Katie Merchant will,leave to-
morrow for Durango. Colo., where
ahe will spend three months visiting.
Miss Helen Neighbor returned yes-
terday from a several months’ visit
to her brother, Rev. Ed Neighbor. In
Mrs. M M. Tumev and little son.
day afternoon for Mrs. J. R. Mays.yCtmrles. of Smithville. are visiting
_ a ^-a I ■ « . it. * m a V tl t 1 „ r.iLn «r IV ,\ar I
her sister. Mrs. J. H. Harshaw. west
of the city.
Mrs. J. H. Wofford of No. 206 West
Herron street has gone on a vitit of
Could be prepared from these:
Nice fat hena, turkeys, guin-
eas and frying size chickens,
Home grown watemelons,
Fresh guaranteed eggs and
Everything I sell is guaran-
teed to be strictly first class.
Money refunded on anything
that isn’t satisfactory, Just as
cheerfully as it was accepted.
This isn’t a “Cheap John” gro-
cery. nor do we sell anything of
questionable quality knowingly.
We believe in a reasonable and
legitimate profit. That's what
we are here for. We don't pre-
tend to be in business for pleaS-
We make our prices rea-
\ Gibson Art
In a dozen pleasing designs,
some embossed. They are all
very attractive and suitable for
use at any high toned card par-
ty. Also 500 score books.
Come in ahd make your selec-
tions. You'll bo pleased.
223 Main St. Denison, Tex.
■; $1 Per Large Load $1 £
- — Want Satisfaction
“ **’ rtn want your house well painted, your rooms artistically dec-
* a cost consult
j Should have their mschlnery attend-
ed to now In the dull season. We arb
equipped for sny kind of mschlnery
repairing from the largest to the
. . . . smallest Job. Nothing too Intricate
To cure constipation, headache, etc us out-of-town contracts* solicit-
The Lambert Snyder Health Vibrator
cures In a natural way and tones tip g*TPr*i engines and boilers, large
the system in general. Three minutes j Bn)glJ for gg,e chflap
treatment throe times a day will sure-1
Still on hand. If you.,can use some- wall paper odds and ends you
can have some of these for the asking.
Wi? 116 North Burnett Ave.
w« give you an estimate for bonoat cooua. ------
ly cure chronic constipation, etc
Sea & Noe
sonable—just as reasonable as
possible—and our prices and
policy as above outlined have
built up the large and growing
business we now enjoy and ap-
B. E. SMITH
723 South Armstrong Avenue.
There is more profit to
be made on business by
telephone than from any
other source. What are
you doing to increase
your sales by telephone?
Fourteen thousand subscribers added
to our system during 190:. besides
thousands of miles of to’., circuit*.
Hustle for your share.
Tcltiraph t‘ Telephone Co
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