The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 26, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 16, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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>r wrapper, and ii it ia
a remittance on anb-
»n would be timely and
W. H. Sheedy hu b*u appointed I
roadmaater on the Katjr from Bond to
Deulaon, headquarters at Atoka, vice
Frank Harris, who hat been assigned to
Conductor Kit Darlington, of the
Katy, who has recently returned from the
Sedalis hospital, lost twenty-live pounds
Superintendent Dafian, of the H. ft T.
C. railway, who was injured In the Cham*
>le to be up and
a.visit to friend*.
Mias Edith Star, of Denlaon Is the
great of Mrs. Maurice Levy.—Dallas
Mis. A. L, Jennings, of Ardmore, I,
T., la visiting friends in the city.
Mias SalUe Welshback, of Dallas, is
the guest of Mrs. Crawford on South
Mrs. Frank Fleming is at Colbert 'at*
tending the bedside of her sick father.
Miss Eva Welsh left Wednesday for
Dallas to visit and attend the fair.
Miss Laura Hogan, a charming young
lady of Fort Worth, Is visiting in the
city this week.
Mrs. W. P. Hall left Monday for several
points In Kansas to be absent until the
ters for writings of Ingersoll, Paine,
and all Freethought writers. AU of
Ingersoll's lectures. Send for cats*
logue and copy of the Troth Seeker
iriends in i
hers creek wreck, Is sole to be up and
around at his home at Ennis.
Conductor E. J. Goldman, of the
Santa Fe, was here the eerly part i * ’*
The Katv agent at Cale, I. T.
(weekly organ of the Infidels) free.
Address the Troth Seeker Co., a8
Lafayette Place, New York.
the guest of Mrs. Crawford on South
Give yon for vow children boas Shoos mode. Call tmi
examine our Shoos. M. H. Sherborne has charge of Em
You Can Make a Big Hit.
Coll and toe our Drees Goods; lowest in the city. Mr.
Fred Sholtse has charge of the Dress Goods DepeiitaaeoL
Just ooe word more: The Ooldoo Role; strictly coah;
good* marked ia plaia figures.
Handsome Bod Comforts, vcc.
FiM Biinketa. coc.
Gofita* Winter Shkti and Drawers, Ii oomiI
Ladioo’ Kid Patent Leather Tip Shoos. Ttjc. pair.
Call arooad and eee os.
The Katr agent at Cale, I. T., was
The Sanu Pe Railway company, which
was completed to Sherman a few weeks
ago, has a $20,000 damage suit on Its
Conductor W. A. Grant has resumed
his run on the Katy.
The Katv la pressing into service every
available car to be used in the handling
of the cotton crop In Texas. Cars which
have been standing on the sidings at the
shops here for over two years are being
put In shape for the road end rushed
south as fast as possible.—Sedalla Cspi-
es re a tinker's damn for the Mock ordfu-
»“**”. __ A. N. Rhamey has developed
a wonderful well on bis promisee, south-
eaet of the city. It is flowing *0 gallons
par minute. He has juM put In e wind*
mill at the well-A burglar attempted
- — 1— **■--" !ce of lTZ
PEOPLE. . . .
Moore last night .
Rolling Mill has rt
story------A Mrs. L
living*sear Emit, I.T.
a ravine lest night sot
Is believed to have dl
end ot the Katy, was married last Sundsy
to Miss Ella Bush. Rev. Armstroag ot
the M. E. Church, performed the cere-
Dr. C.C. Haskell and Mrs. H. H. Demp-
seyjwere married Tuesday night,Rev. Lisle
of the Cumberland Presbyterian church
I performing the ceremony. The Doctor
stole a march on hla numerous friends
and quetly slipped off to Dallas to enjoy
the honeymoon. We do not know the
I bride very well, but her friends declare
I that she b in every way calculated to make
I the lot of her husband a most blissful
I one. We can vouch for the Doctor. He
F. W. Bailey of the Fort Worth Street
Cable and Car company, was hare the
The Railroad Commission of Texas
has determined to enforce the law rela-
tive to maintaining general oSicas in the
state by every railroad company oper-
ating within the limits of Texas.
[ The Globe-Democrat of a recent date
contains the remarks of Superintendent
Maxwell at the entrance of the Santa Fe
ettben and the Gumm b glad to I
sole hb prosperity---A letter received
from Bokochtto, I. T., states that tome
cotton In that section will come to Deni-
son. The dbtaoce ta forty usilud. _
Durant b claiming to receive cotton from
Texas—perhaps ------Matt Whha, the
pioneer colored barber of Denison, who
married an Indian woman, had eleven
members of hb family enrolled yesterday
bv the Dawes commission at Colbert .
Talking about Klondike mosquitoes, Tom
Boldrick vouches tor the follow law: Ow
night a span of oxen yoked together,
wandered o«. The next morning all that
Are doing to-day and every day
MORE BUSINESS than any house
in North Texas.
If you are not acquainted with
these people you should become so
at once. They can save you money.
Mr. Maxwell said: “The I
tnunlYv* hre I ,h“ 'ho“td between the
kefiAnd wife all poaaible happiness. ia the railroads, their abiding faith In the
/There b a rumor that the wedding bells railroads, and turn them Lose. I be-
pUl soon jingle for *flBuck” Moelev, I lieve thet the relstions existing between
Who the fortunate lady b the GazrrrxBR the railroads and the people are mutually
aaieth not. I Interdependent end inseparable. When the
Miss Dora Lewis, who has a large clr- agricultural and merchandising Interests
cle ot friends in thb city, has accepted I thronghout the Lnd are prosperous, then
the position of teacher of the Bokchito, the railroads, the great common carriers,
participate in such prosperity. Like-
wise, on the other hand, when the farmer
and merchant are suffering by reason ot
The largest and beat equip!
ped in Demaan. It leads al-
rivals. Stock and the prices
to make it an object to yon
to come to ns every time.
Polonaises, or modifications of them, which ara seen on many of tha Imported
gowns from Paris, are often simulated by king apron effects, which may be of the
same or of a different material from the skirt, since tunic over-dresses In various
forms are a promise of the autumn.
A typical French cloth costume In brown and blue—a combination of the
50 different pattern*. Will exchange Dew
stoves for old. I handle the only air-tight
heaters that will not form creosote.
season—b made with a long pointed apron froot closed In the centre below the
wabt-llne with several oxidised silver buttons. Thb polonaise drapery b short at
the aides, and then descends in long polnb towards tha bock, the fulness of the
under circular skirt flaring out between the points in tea effect, but with no gather*
or pleab at the waist. Stitched cords border the over-dress aad trim the underskirt
in many parallel rows. The width of skirt at foot b four yards. The stvlbh bolero
coot has a straight front, buttoned double-breasted over a draped corsage of a blue
pemu de sole, trimmed at the throat with a knotted cravat. The broad rover* are of
Persian lamb, and the little turban with blrd-of-paradise plume b of black velvet,
furnishing with the fur a touch of black to the costume. The proper cut ot the
I gown can be obtained from Harper's Bexar cut paper patterns.
Quantity of material for gown—6 yard* of 54 Inch cloth; 1 yard of aUk.
short crops and low prices, the railroad*
and the vast army of men and women
whom they employ, are bound to suffer I
their share of the lot* resulting from such
a condition. ; Cereals and other pro-
ducts are oftentimes moved by the car-
riers at an actual loss; therefore, you
must certainly see that the railroads arc
almost wholly dependent upon the proflu
and not the losses of the agricultural and
Joe Sammon, In charge of the county
convict road gang, left the early part of
the week for Chicago to vbit an aged
C. L. Harris, a business man ot Red
Fork, Iowa, b here far the purpose of lo-
Captain I. M. Lee came over from
Harve Thompson was in the city the
I early part of the week on a vbit to hb
E. A. Groves left Tuesday for Vernon,
to locate. v
Dr. J. V. Butler, of Little Rock, b In
raerchandbing Interests; and as a conse-
quence are vitally interested in the foster-J
ing of those interests and for the sup- j
port ot all legitimate enterprises located
on their line.
Mr. O. Ddwning, who .hat been chief
operator with the Western Union Tele-
graph company, for the past three or
tour years, has resigned hb position here
and it handling one of the new wires tor
the Postal Telegraph company at Dallas.
The Capital asserts that South McAles-
ter b the best pay station on the M., K.
the city for the purpose of locating.
Will Rennie, of Tishomingo, was here
Hon. H. H. Burris, of Tishomingo,
was here the early part of the week.
C. C. Sibley, a hardware man of Coun-
cil Bluff, was here the past week en route
R. L. Parkinson came over from Fort
Worth to vbit friends.
F. A. Bogsr went down to Dallas Tues-
| day on a business trip.
I Judge Kemp, of Panola county, was
here the past week.
Lee Walker, a cattle man of Beef
Creek, I. T., was here Tuesday,
j Judga Woods and W. P. Dugan
Brown Tone, wife of H. Tone, of Gaxkttku. ’ The copy was scat hers by
Denison, Texas, aged 59 year* and Pro*- °* f1** c®°^rT|-
. I torjr of music it Sin Antonio.
7 months. Ot the thousands of friends of Mbs
Fannie Brown was born at Syra-1 )00**> BO *
cuse, N. Y., March 3, 1839, aod sJhaini?.
was married to Harrison Tone at | *>»«?»• Ms P»pU and was better qualt-
Cleveland, Ohio, April 20, 1S64. |,|
The early years of her married life I'
were spent in Cleveland, and in
| Ottawa, Kaa.
she came with her busbapd to Deni-
son, Tex., which waa then but an | fore valuable,
embryo village, and here she hat ^upUj
ever since resided. when death sk
Posaesaed of more than ordinary bythe^hand”*
intelligence and culture, she was a It has neve
woman of strong personal charac- ^*u“d^°0n”her
ter, and although reserved in man- llmtnarv step*
ner and making comparatively few etOf*,,!l**he™
acquaintances, she impressed herself eminently hei
upon all with whom she came in con-
tact, and her friends were “grappled ! Sc trommel, wti
to her heart with books of etaal,'* 1*^”^*' 'fi™t
Their joys were her joys, and their Dallas News, 1
sorrows were her sorrows. Domes-
tic in her tastes, strong in her affec-1 press,
tions and devoted to the members of
her family, her home waa her ideas of Prof
earthly idol, and she was the idol of March be^ pb
i I J proceeds be a<
i that home. I tuitxble mom
She had been ailing for several
months with an insidious disease . ,up would 1
t that was preying upon her vitals, but
1 with that unselfishness for which contributed a
she was noted she concealed her whlie in life.
! true condition from her family, and ==
bore her sufferings uncomplainingly THE
r to the last.- It was one month ago _ „. , _
J that she became seriously ill, and, * j
1 hoping that a change would be
) beneficial to ber, her daughter ac- There are
t companied her to Austin, where she Denison w
Mdied. Her critical condition waa following t
f not known to the members of the Philadelphi
* family, and her death waa so sud- ^ certain
1 den and unexpected that no others in West Ch
' were with her in the last trying recently tha
' hour. pepper in 1
• The broken circle which she
t leaves behind consists of her bus- like this sbf
[ band, a daughter and two sons, the ronicing a
• youngest of the boys is just entering whose store
■J upon the years of manhood. ***e c°n<lw
y The last sad rite* were performed lumb<
M in the beautiful and impressive cere- pound of p<
,t monies of the Episcopal church on once. Tbs
Monday, and her remains were laid *nd he talk
* to rest in Fairview cemetery, in the t*,ePhon®-
" presence of a large concourse of jQ >nd
" sorrowing and sympathizing friends, himself occ
H “Reauieacat In pace." That’s rich
of a tree? Well, then, neither can yon find
a atore that will sell von aa GOOD SHOKS
for m LITTLE MONEY aa we do.
Are in nearly every man’s
thoughts this time of the year. YVe
have new patterns that you should
see before having the fall suit made.
They are really extra handsome.
I was mors deeply touched recently at Hot Spring*, Ark W. P.
■roly taking off than Prof. Dugan, county commissioner, mav well
He waa wrapped up In the feel proud of the work In the direction of
“• good highway* In this vicinity. Al the
eretand her musical genius present time the roads landtag So Deai-
s alee, for It was under hie son ere ell la good shape for the fall and
and Instruction that Mias winter trade. WHh a little attention
Joaea developed Into a prodigy and drew from the road oversacra, they can he kept
the attention of the world to her mucical ao---City Judge Moreland, who sn
In February, 1873, compositions. Prof. Schemnroi la him- Injured a fortnight ago, has reported for
1 self one of the leading musical laatruc- duty again____For hit age, our ptoueer
tor* of the country; his opinion *» them- townsman, L. Eppatcin, Is the heat pre-
He was watching with served man in Denlaon. He says he ex-
great Interest the future of hla favorite pects to reach the loo mark, and hh
pupil, predicting for her a brilliant future, many friend* hops that Ms wish may ha
when death shattered ail, and this mis- gratified---A night or two bur
treat of the realm* of music eras laid low glare effected aa entrance to the reai-
, by the hand at death. 1 dencc at John Wilkinson on Chestnut
It has never been stated before, hot street aad appropriated a lot of silver -
MIs* Jones Intended to go to Europe to ware, estimated la vale* at over $1000
round off her musical career, aad pro- The burglar* saemed to hare had full
limlnarr step* were being made to that awing, going over the hoese at their
end at the time of her death. leisure, dropping matches around. There
Of all her musical productions, pro- Is no cine to the burglar*. The suber-
ic T., between Denison and Parsons. It
say* the receipts average $1000 per day.
C. C. Calvert, H. &,T. C. agent, and]
family, went to the Dallas fair Friday.
Freight traffic on the Katy I* to brisk
just now that the road it borrowing care
with which to handle the business.
The Katy prison car has been sent to
the Indian Territory after another batch
of federal prisoners.
. There was an average of 55 patients at
J. P. MARSH
The 8hoe Man.
E. S. SWARTS,
a. Merchant Tailor,
50 different lands of
HEATING STOVES, and
15 different kinds of
the Katy hospital last month
Judga Wood* and W. P. Dugan came
over from Sherman Tuesday.
Hon. T. Blxbey, of the Dawes com-
mission, was here Monday.
Billy Muller and City attorney Cum-
mins left Monday for the fair at Omaha.
Judge Gieldever, of the Cherokee Ns-
tion, was here Tuesday.
U. S. Deputy Marshal Tandy Falaora,
came down from Durant Sunday.
Colonel R. C. Foster left Tuesday for
E. E. Houghtailoring, a business man
i of Lone Tree, Neb., is here for the pur-
} pose of locating.
C. A. Moore left Monday for Pine
Bluff, Ark., to locate.
Colonel J. D. Yocom ia at Tioga Wells
for the benefit of his health.
Dr. Birch, wife and daughter attended
[ the Dallas fair Thursday.
Dr. Folsom, of Ardmore, I. T., was
Lieutenant Charles Nirnon arrived
home Thursday from Fort Clark. Lieut.
Nimon ia the picture ot robust health.
He speaks highly of army life. It is
IT IS TIME
To think of getting in coal for the
winter. You’ll save money by buy-
ing now coal ia cheaper, cleaner
more satisfactory in everyway. I’m
ready to fill your orders at any time.
1 do it so quietly that you’d never
know it had happened but for the
coal you’ll have in your cellar. No
trouble, no annoyance. Come and
CHAS. H. JONES'
A. B. JOHNSON
J. M. DUNSETH
Many of the stoves have been
slightly used and are as good as new,
bnt you can buy them at one-third
to one-balf leas price than the same
kind of new ones.
Almost a Carload 1
of new 'Cookstoves and air-tight
sheet-iron beaters to come in in a
Boldrick had their millinery openings
last Monday and Tuesday.. The uisplaTS
were fine, at King's unique. The three
establish menu were liberally patronized
by throngs of ladle*. Wednesday was
opening day at Miss Jennie Ritchey’*
Come and See Me it Ij New Quarters
W. A. PECK
If you with to make each of your
friends a nice Cbriatmaa present
without cost to yourself, you can do
W. O’Connell, auditor of the Katy,
was here Thursday.
S. R. Tuggle, superintendent motive
power of the H. & T. C., was here the
Captain W. S. Knight returned the
That Is always the
best, I do that char-
acter of work. Es-
C. C. Haskell,
^.lmo 316# Main Street.
THB WATCHMAKER AND
week from the eastern markets,
time he has eclipsed all previous ef-
seen here. In view ol the
of business expected this fi
Ho. 228 W. Mam St
and which hat begun to move, CapUln
Knight ha* doubled his usual order* to
eastern house*. He la now ready to meet
any demand that may be made, and there
is not a man, woman or child In grand
old Texas who cannot find just what they
want at Knight’*. When dry goods ar-
rive by the car load it looks Tike busi-
ness. Captain Knight 1* putting up no
complaint of dull times. His present
business it much larger than at this time
last year. It is a notable fact that those
who traded with this house last year are
ail coining back again, and they hare
told *0 many nice things of the fair man-
ner in which they were treated that they
have induced many other* to do their
trading with Mr. Knight. Good goods,
large stock, low prices, and honest deal-
ing have made the name of W. S. Knight
Patting in New Goode every day. Spreading
out. When my new a bow caeea arrive would like
to have yon call at the Best Equipped Jewelry
T. M. PUCKETT,
School Boohs, School Supplies,
M ARTISTS’ MATERIALS,
dark’s 0M Stead, 415 Vast Mala. 2S 4t
When it oomee to Store*, plenty of Sto
good Stores, we can aave yon money. Go to
other house*, look at stock and price*, than
are aure to oome back to ns and get what
DATE OT LIST OUT 14, 1898
Did You Bell You Gotten?
Then the beat investment that you
can make ia to buy one of thoae fine
farm wagons of Tignor & Moaae.
On October 18 we will tell round trip
ticketa to Houston on account of annual
meeting Daughters ol the Confederacy,
tbs Dead LaMar ORct Psrtie* calling for this
stall must say "Adrartlstd," giving data ot list.
Oas runt wilt be charred on each rises ol mail
advertised. ALWAYS HAVE YOUR MAIL
DIRECTED TO YOUR STREET AND NUM
BER or P. O. BOX. Notify this office si ones of
aay change la ysar city address.
W. M. NAGLE. P. M.
On Sunday, October 16, the H. & T.
C. will tell round trip ticketa to Dalles
for$i, limited to date of tale.
C. C. Calvert, T. A.
W. R. Smith, Aaa’t T. A.
Notdoe to Hunter* and Parent* of Boys
Wk* Hunt. Last Saturday Colonel Thomas Rear-
_. . . . . . don and Jerry Woodring went to the
The Pheasant Club has turned loose a bank and /row out a large wad ot money
great many pheasant* In the country to make a splurge at the Dallas fair. Col.
around Denlaon and will prosecute anyimwdon who expect* to go to house-
one caught shooting them. There are Seeping In a abort time, Intended to
no prairie chickens, and a mistake of m,ke a number of purchase*, besides Ieav-
for $10 1 j, good to return October 22.
position, adjusted tha board from
the tail-board to tb* house atepa,
and with a thick stanchion proceeded
to slowly pry the tiny package off
the dray. With infinite care be
rolled it onto the steps, the amased
houskeeper meanwhile watching the
proceeding from the doorway. Then
the drayman slowly presented the
grocers bill for the quarter-pound of
pepper and drov* off.
If you fail to register you cannot
Johnson W W
ii belt F L
Marshal Rev C *
Pat on N
Reger Guo a
All members of tha Pheasant Club are
requested to meet at my office Monday at
8 p m., for election of office rt and’ re-
ceive reports of committee*, and to at-
tend other business of the dub,
H. T. Walker,
ing his measure at a fashionable tailor
shop for an up-to-date wedding suit.
Jerry Woodring, who is a prodigal buyer,
wished to tut prise the good wile with a
Mrs. Emma Thompson offer* ber
services io the ladies of Denisoa as
n nurse. City references on appli-
cation. Address or call at No. toai
West Mai* street. ai-tf,
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