The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 12, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 9, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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REPORT OF THE CONDITIOH REPORT OP THE CONDITIO*
-f;t or TM$ , or thb
National Banks Denison State National Bank,
At Den iron, In the State of Texas, at
dose of business, June jo, 1899.
Loans and discounts____________
Overdrafts, secured and un-
U. S. Bonds to secure clrcula-
Premiums on U. 8. Bonds.
Stocks, securities, etc.........
Will Ht Up. ,
There was a public meeting at
the city hall Wednesday evening to
hear the proposition of Mr. W. B.
Munson of this city and Mr. J. A.
Smith, a cotton mill man of Bes-
semer City, N. C., in reference to
starting the big cotton mill in South
Denison. There were about forty
business men and property owners
present. Mr. Smith stated that he
had been in correspondence with
the present owners of the mill
property several months, and he bad
1 come here and carefully looked
| over the property. He was favora-
bly impressed, and he add three
other experienced mill men at once
We have already doubled our business up to date over last year, and we
expect to increase our business faster in the future. How ? By Riving
the people the best class of goods they ever bought for the least money.
We will commence our reduction sales to-day, and will give genuine
reductions on all lines as follows:
30-inch Jap Silks, in all shades, teas 65c, now 50c. <
34-inch China Silks, in all shades, was 50c, now 40c.
34-inch China Silks, in all shades, was 35c, now 30c.
One lot of assorted Silks, 35c and 50c, good; all go at tsc while
I they last.
Waist Silks, 4 yard patterns, was $3.50; now $3.75.
i Waist Silks, 4-yard patterns, was $4-00, now $3.50.
Waist Silks, 4-yard patterns, was $5.00, now $4.50.
I Silk Stripe Msdras, was 35*, now 15c.
Loans and discounts..........-.4
Overdrafts, secured and nnse-
U. S. bonds to secure ctrcuta-
Premiums on U. S. bonds —
Stocks, securities, etc.........—
Banking-house, furniture end
Other real estate and mort-
Due from national banks (not
Due from state banks and
49 435 00
54 *9 i»
Due from approved reserve
75* Laundered Skirt*, wish
without collars attached, k
sleeves, 3$ inches long, gatl
ed in bock, patent over- _
Blue Figured Lawns, froth 5$c to ia}c.
It is impossible to quote you all of our reductions at once, but if
you will watch this space you will find a line of new bargains each
week. You will find tbe goods as advertised.
tbe mill in shape, with the tnachin-
egal tender notes 40,000 00-
edemptlon fund with U. S
Tress. (5 per cent of ctrcu
long, none better--| §c laid seam. Harvey's price SO*
is quart Disb Pan, block tin, sold A good I.ineu Bosom Shirt, 96
by all at 34c, Harvey’s inches long, long alseres, good
Price-—--------------— |0 quality of muslin, the omtj
350 good Webb Halters, leather g** **« ?? ,b# *•»
trimmed, 34c quality, Hanrev's ,hf n*°®**< • __
price_______| 9 piu*--■ ——---90*
One lot good fast colored Lew..!*' P“mU* <* ****
regular 4c quality. Harvey's ***.' worth *5*’ H*rr*T *__
mill. Tbe following is the propo-
sition msde as stated by Mr.
Thompson of tbe Herald who is
presumed to be close to tbe throne,
and it may be accepted as official:
“A company is to be organised
with a capital of probably $100,000,
the amount yet to be determined.
First mortgage bonds to the amount
of $ 100,000 are to be issued by tbe
Capital stock paid la_______
THE CA8H LEADER.
’Phone 78-4. 328 A 330, Cor. Main A Barnett Ave.
Capital stock paid In——
Undivided profits, leas expen
sea and taxes paid..........
National bank notes out
pentes and taxes paid-----
Nat’l bank notas outstanding
Due to other national banks
Due to state banks and bank-
Individual deposits subject to
Due to other National Banks.
Due to State Banks and bank-
-McR. m. king
Individual deposits subject to
Demand certificates of deposit
Of this bond issue
$5P,000 is to go to the owners of
the property for tbe mill and ma-
chinery ss it now stands in South
Denison. The machinery which is
to be brought here to be placed in
tbe mill is to be paid for by $40,000
in cash and $14,000 in bond*.
Demand certificates of deposit
Carries the best selected stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
MillinerjEAi Furnishings in Denison. We also carry the largest
country trade. We are always pleased to have our friends from
the country make our place tbeir headquarters.
BRIDGE FARE FREE.
To people living in the Territory bridge fare will cost nothing,
if you turn your coupons in at King's, who takes them at face
value in trade and halt price for cash. Remember,
VIHGIL MAXEY-Our Mr. Maxey has Just returned from
his summer vacation end has agsin assumed his place In our Dress Goods
Department, where he will be pleased to meet his many friends.
• 577 9**
Cashier’s checks outstanding
Statx or Texas, 1
county or obayson. f“
I, G. L. Blackford, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
G. L. BiAcaroao, Cashier.
Subscribed end sworn to before me this
3rd dsr of July, 1899.
Tbe Sbennan Conner and Mar-
shall Star published “readers” last
week for a well known baking
powder firm that is liable to get
them into trouble. The matter is
evidently libelous under tbe law as
interpreted by Texas courts, and as
at least one of the manufacturers
alluded to in tbe article baa sent
notices to tbe press warning them
•gainst its publication we wouldn’t
be surprised if some Texas publish-
er got a suit on his hands.
named bank, do solemnly (wear that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
R. S. Laoatx, Cashier.
Subscribed and tarom to before me this
3rd day of July, 1899.
[SEAL] A. G. Babnbis
Notary Public, Grayson Co., Texas.
Calf Shoes, cut to. -81.68
Don’t fool about it. Choice of
•ay Wash Dress Pattern in tbe
bouse for balance of tbe
•enson. 30c to_ 81.60
Listen to tbe wolf bowl! 10-mch
all silk $4.00 Umbrella,
A JOB—One dosen Black Snake
Whips, 4 and 6 feet long.
[seal] A. P. Wood,
Notary Public, Grayson County, Texas.
W. C. Tioaoa,
A W .Acmbsom, J
KING tMy goods kins
E. H. Hash a,
C. S. Cobb,
friends and several parties in Deni
son have expressed a wish to be
identified with the enterprise.”
If tbe M. K. & T. are satisfied
that tbe mill will be put in opera-
tion they will put in s sidetrack
from tbeir Sherman branch to tbe
mill. Mr. Smith says the mill will
employ about 100 hands to every
5000 spindles, and it was safe to
count on three persons to every
operator. They will start with
15,000 spindles, and have all thi
facilities for running 60,000 if
needed. Spindles cost about $4
It was announced at the meet-
ing that $13,400 of the $35,000 re-
quired of Denison was already sub-
scribed, and a committee was ap-
pointed to solicit tbe remainder.
This committee has been at work
since and met with sufficient en-
couragement to make them think
they will get tbe balance of tbe re-
quired amount, but it has been up-
hill work. If the deal goes through
tbe mill will be running tbis fall.
Loan* and Discounts...........8,
Hurah for the Durant Eagle.
The Fourth of July edition was tbe
beat newspaper effort probably that
baa aver appeared ia tbe Indian
Territory. Tbe people of Durant
ought to be proud of tbe Eagle,
which ia making such a gallant and
persistent fight for the commercial
supremacy of tbe town. Tbe Eagle
bat all the sand and “get up” of an
up-to date metropolitan paper. It
is a town builder and ao mistake.
Tbe Fourth of July advertising pat-
ronage of tbe Eagle covered sixteen
A Missouri farmer baa found that
by planting onions and potatoes rip
in the same field in alternate Mh
tbe onions become so strong they
bring tears to tbe eyes of tbe potatoes
ia such vast volumes, that tbe roots
of tbe vine* are kept moist and a big
crop raised in spite of tbe drouth.
Tbe same farmer baa a scheme for
raising custard pies by crossing
tbe egg plant with tbe milk weed.—
Loan* and discount*-----------$431,821 71
U. S. bonds and premiums 41,25000
Stocks, securities, etc...----- 41,147 17
Banking-house, furniture and
fixtures---------------------- 22,350 00
Other real estate----- 49,435 00
Cash in vault-------- $54,60} 30
Cash ta other b’kt 149,883 27
with U. S. Tree* 1,687 50-216,174 *5
Other reel estate
(Registered Trade Mark)
A Non-alcoholic Life Rsnewnr.
From a recipe of a celebrated Carlsbad physician.
IRONBKEW is a,combination of vegetable tonics and de-
licious aromatics, enriching and strengthening blood, muscles,
brain; regulating stomachic and nervous system; relieving
headache, nausea, dyspepsia, sleeplessness, general debility,
and on account of its life and health renewing properties, tbe
most valuable tonic and dilicioos beverage ever ottered to tbe
public. Bottled only by
Cash on hand.... $101,905 40
Cash In other b’ka 79,694 28
with U. S. Tress 2,29000-
Chandrae, and we wil
Capital stock paid In_____
Surolus and undivided profits 28,10156
National bank notes outstand-
Capital stock paid *
Surplus and undi-
vided profit* 20,14245—120,13245
Nat’l Bank notes outstanding 33.750 00
Individual dcp’tt $633,749 38
Bank deposit* 14,536 ao—648,285 58
$574.43 * 49
Bank deposits...... 20,
Dividends unpaid ______
Headquarters for Pure Candies and Soda Water. ,,-4*
Archbishop Ireland on his return
to St Paul will be presented with
a very elegant brougham and pair.
Tbe entire outfit, carriage, horses,
Tbe following is part of the ad-
dress delivered before tbe Liquoi
The entire outfit, carriage,
harness, etc., cost $35,000.
There was a religious te
Judea about 1900 years ago, for
whom the archbishop has tbe greatest
respect, who traveled baretoot from
town to town preaching tbe gospel,
judging from all the pictures we have
seen of him. In this age of luxury,
however, a teacher who tramped
the country in that fashion wouldn’t
have any respectable following.
There is more influence in wealth
now-a-days than in poverty, and we
guess if tbe truth was known it was
League of Ohio, by one of its officers.
Tbe success of our business is de-
pendent largely upon tbe creation
of an appetite for drink. Men who
drink liquor, like o:bers will die,
and if there is no new appetite
created our counters will be empty,
The following taken from a north-
ern paper would indicate that tbe
tender-hearted men and women who
are making so much fuss over die
swift punishment of negroes in tbe
south wbo assault women, have
enough brutal outrages to attend to
in their own section to keep them
busy a while:
Among tbe latest atrocities com-
* mitted north ot Mason and Dixon’s
line is that in tbe Michigan State
- Industrial School. Last week one
of tbe pupils was put in a tub of bot
water as a punishment for some in-
fraction of tbe rules, and after being
kept in it by force for twenty min-
utes, she died from tbe scalds.
Other girls have been beaten into
insensibility and have had tneir
mouths sealed up with court plaster.
7 One of tlie pupils testified that she
bad been stripped and given thirty-
six lashes with a rubber hose as a
punishment tor a remark about ooe
THE BIG STORE
Bl« Clearing: 8ale of Summer (
Nearly Half Price.
THE STATE OF TEXAS. )
In the District Court, >
Sept. Term, A. D., 1899.)
To the Sheriff or any Constable of Gray-
You are hereby commanded, that by
making publication ot this elution in
some newspaper published in the County
of Grayson tor four weeks previous to
the return day hereof, you summon W.
I. Douglass, whose residence is unknown,
to be and appear before the District
Court, to be holden in and for the Coun-
ty ot Grayson, at the Court House
thereof, in Sherman, on the 3rd Monday
in September, 1899, then and there to
Far Thirty Days.
At a special meeting of the council
Friday night, members of the fire depart-
ment, Messrs. Hickey and Jordan, were
suspended for a period of thirty davs tor
refusing to obey orders of Chict Eeper
as well as our coffers. After men
have grown and tbeir habits are
iortned, they rarely ever change in
tbis regard. It will be needful,
therefore, that missionary work be
done among tbe boys, and I make
tbe suggestion, gentlemen, that
The sanitary ladles will formulate
plana at their meeting next week to raise
funds to Improve the park. Their ob-
ject la to build anJ seat a large pavilion
so that gatherings there can have some
degree of comfort.
nickies expended in treats to tbe
boys now will return in dollars to
your tills after the appetite has been
Above all things create
The above absurdity has been
going the rounds of die prohibition
and certain of the religions press
for two years or more, and although
its falsehood is apparent on its face
it continues to turn up every few
weeks in the papers iresh as a daisy.
A few days ago it familiarly greet-
ed u» again in tbe Y. M. C. A.
We took the
answer the petition filed in said Court on
the first day of July, 1899, wherein Lillie
P. Douglass is plaintiff, and W. J. Doug-
lass is defendant, the file number of said
Superintendent Fitzgerald says there Is
13 Inches mort water in the supply pood
now than there was this date one year
R. D. BEIRNE
indent, the file number of said
suit being 12570, and the nature of said
plaintiff’s demand being in substance an
action for divorce on the ground of cruel
treatment. Plaintiff also prays for costs
of suit and for general and special relief.
Herein tail not, but have you then and
there, before said Court, this writ with
your return thereon showing how you
have executed the same.
( ,——Witness, W. P. Hi
a seal \ of the District Court
j — ,—• J son County.
Given under my hand and the teal ot
said Court, at office in the City of Sher-
man, this 1st day of July, 1899.
W. P. Head,
Clerk District Court,
Grayson Co., Tex.
By C. S. Ajlxold, Deputy. i2-4t
According to a statement submitted to
the council Thursday night the fallowing .
back taxes stand on the books unpaid:
For 188S, $800.74 1880, $478 40; 1890, :
$904-14; 1891, $1175.80; 1892, $1174;
1893, $2484.40; 1894. $*■•>•> 955 1895, I
$4*3*5 '"93. $*0*7 555 *897. $5588 *55
1898, $14,979.65. Total taxes due, $40,-
549.10. It It Intimated there are several ,
very prominent citlsens on the Hat.
of the teachers. She was black
and blue tor a month. Mrs. Helen
M. Babcock, a former housekeeper
at the school, testified that tbe
beatings tbe girls got were sicken-
ing. One instance abe spoke of
was that ot Bessie Force, who bad
been impertinent. Mrs. Sickles
tore off her clothes and gave her
News ot this city-
trouble over a year ago to write to a I
responsible gentleman in Cincinnati
where tbe meeting of tbe league
took place before which jhe lan-!
gunge quoted was said to have been
used, to investigate the matter, and
te wrote in reply that no such silly
advice or anything approaching
it was made at that meeting or any
other meeting of tbe league. It ia
undoubtedly a lie manufactured out
of whole cloth by some zealot wbo
probably thought tbe good of the
cause justified tbe deed.
July Clearing Sale
By C. S. Ajlkold, Deputy!
DATS OF LOT JULY T, 1889
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HISTORY.
A neatly printed forty page pamphlet
from the Christian Science Publishing
Co., Boston, is on our table. The object
of this little book te a defense of Rev.
Mary Baker G. Eddy, tbe originator ot
Christian Science, from aspersions of
thoee who have sought to show that she
te a plagiarist, and insincere in her teach-
ings. The facts set forth by tne author
seem to fully vindicate Mrs. Eddy and
leave to her all the honor that te due for
I originality In the origin ot tbis new fad ia
Christian evolution, as set forth In her
book, “Science and Health, with a Key
to the Scriptures.” It will interest Dent-
At least ooe of tbe mercantile
houses in Marshall has a window
dresser that is a true artist, judging
from the following notice of a dis-
play given by the editor of the Star:
But tbe shoe window will catch
the eye ot all, especially the
Rev. J. B. Crannll who recently !
filed suit against Rev. Hayden, an-
other Baptist editor of Dallas, for
criminal libel, has also entered suit
against the Western Newsraper
Union of Dallas, which publishes
and mails Dr. Hayden's church
paper, for $75,000. It looks very
BehinJ a screen are four girls, and
each has her skirts raised just far
enough to expose her lingerie to
ns, brother ot the late Dr.T.B.Hanna, of
this city, and uncle to the Hanna boys,
Howard, Blanche sad George.
Chris Waltz, who dismantled tbe
Leeper-Boldrick building, is now
engaged in putting on the new
metallic cornice, which will be very
attractive when completed. It will
greatly improve the appearance of
tbe building. He also baa the con-
tract to do the plumbing.
Chris Walts has secured tbe con-
tract for putting on the metallic
roof and fancy cornice work on the
new Southern Methodist church.
He will also put in tha ornamental
full view. So far as the religious
editor is capable of judging, the
picture is true to life.
ting even with the Doctor, wbo re-
cently got a judgment against him
for $30,000 in a libel suit.
Dr. J. C. Fetid can be found
from 9 o'clock till is, and from 3
_ w . till 6, at bis office in Feild building,
just introduced in tbis j 323 Mein street, upstairs. Trie-
AT ' eduMaffi AAStflffiMlAtl
ig, and do all the
plumbing work for this handsome
edifies. Chris is a hustler as well
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 12, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 9, 1899, newspaper, July 9, 1899; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth571616/m1/1/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.