The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 37, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 31, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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• where he buys one—Maine or Texas. •
i Florid* or California—he knows they (
J will be just the same as those he gets J
■ at home—clean—well made—burn 2
• even—taste good—satisfying!
• Teo hundred million Old Vtrginu Cheroots smoked tha yesr. !
■ Aak yow own dealer. Price, 3 (or 5 cent*.
Tbeee articles mailed FREE in
exchange for Jion heads cat from
frovf of 1 lb. LION COFFEE pkgs.
There are thousands of things suitable for
holiday gifts, but none so appropriate and
lasting as a good photo. Moore takes them.
Go early before die rush. Bear in mind that
we take the beet picture in Denison.
The Indian Territory
la ac Paaiw 'i door.
TIE 6MWAY TEIEPIME Cl.
KATT CHAJR CARS
MOORE. The Photographer. £
Over 210 W. Main St. *
0*% 0m -----------—
TO AU PCH9VT*
Witch Hazel Oil
Par IS Baa tata and
m 2-caaat tlunp (tttor,
dark brown. Made ri
fine kid leather: rham
01s lioinr; nickeled
frame, with aroo, .nap-
Per IS Hen heads cat from
U— CaWia wrapper. and a 3c
«amp. Large die; mod ma
Wrttf: handle, nicety daenateC
and aaaorted colon
This ba< been our stronghold for s great
many years, always carrying the largest
stock at lowest prices. See us lor Holi-
day Toilet Articles.
T. B. WALDRON
years ago S. C. O’Dair was super-
intendent of thevM. £. Sunday
school, Mrs. Ballow assistant, W.
A. Ballow librarian, and Miss Dora
Hefflebower assistant_Mias Genie
Elliott of Gainesville was the guest
of Miss Cora Lingo during the holi-
days_Misses Emma and Eugenie
Rue were assisted by Miss Loa
Cockrell, of Sherman, in receiving
new year callers__Alex W.,
the only son of Dr. A. Achespn, of
this city, aged four years, died Mon-
day, Dec. 38, of spinal meningetis,
Mrs. Acheton took the remains of
the liule one to Washington, Pa.,
for iuterment in the tamily burying
ground_Boston was visited by a
million dollar fire the night of Dec.
38___Here are a few of the Young
ladies who received new year calls
terday by the exploeioo of e canooo
cracker. The thumb of the left
hand was blown off_A num-
ber of citizens have protested to Use
Gauttus against the ladiecriaai-
nate firing of crackers on Christmas
eve and Christmas. There were sev*
era] runaways in consequence end
considerable damage to vehicles
Lane A Hammock have been
awarded the contract to erect two
cottages for Judge Moreland____
Frank Mamola received e cur loud
of bunaoas to-day_For a dty
of its size Deoiaon is better supply*
with secret orders than any dty in
the southwest. All told there are
fortune different orders here_
JPuliatn Rice who has resided east
of the dty a number of years, died
cHriitmas. The old gentleman was
ever 70 years of age. The inter-
ment was at the Lankford cemetery.
-W. A. Johnson, for a num-
ber ot years a member of the news-
paper fraternity of this dty. now
editor of the Hall county Herald,
isoed a splendid illuatratod holiday
edition. It contains the likesu—is
of a number of the leading citizens
of Memphis sod u writeup ot 4be
resources of the Pan Handle sad
many other interesting and valuable
statistics____Gift making sees
more largely indulged in this christ-
ens* than ever before. The jewelry
establishments were filled uruh
eager buyers. No such magnificent
collection of holiday goods has ever
been shown in Denison before, and
U is no wonder that Xmas visitors
were there in Urge numbers. The
large jewelry establishment* were
like beehives_Mrs. Bendy who
arrived here lately from the north-
west will move to the farm of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pricket, seat
ffiree miles. Her son Clyde will
j accompany his mother-The
purse strings of the people of Deni-
son were not closely drawn during
A large nnmonr of
New Year’s eve J. W. Edgar, chief
train dispatcher, M. K. A T., was
presented by forty of bis friends with
e handsome silver tee and water set.
The ceremonies pertaining to the
A WEEKLY SUMMARY OF WHAT
pulled off" at the
Delmonico restaurant. Jack Wright
was master of ceremonies and
Burcket prepared the feast. The
presents were unveiled precisely as
the hands of the clock pointed to
low twelve. It was a jovial party,
and did not break up until nearly
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings,
Laths, Lime, Paint ■—
Yards at Denison, Dallas, Fort Worth, El Paso, Colorado, Big Springs,
Midland and Pecos.
[Itsw cleaned Irani Ike Dcniann DaJI, New*.
WKKK ENDING JAN. 3, 1879.
Teams crossed Red river on the
ice Christmas morning, 1879___
Joseph Miller, son of J. K. Miller
of this city, snd Miss Lina McCor-
mick, of Gainesville, were married
in the latter town__The St. Louis
TIE MEREST SALE OF SHOES EVER
Owing to the - change in our business, retiring from the re-
tail trade to engage in the manufacture of shoes, we will sell
our efltire stock of thori at manufacturer’s cost—not the
store cost, which is in roost cases so per cent added.
We honestly mean exactly what we say. Will exchange
or refund the money on any purchase.
Our stock is the largest in Denison. All new and fresq
' TUESDAY, DEC. 36.
There are a whole lot of peopl/
who can keep drunk during the
holidays but cannot pay their honest
debts_Daughter and son of Mr.
Datneroa east of the city have the
amallpoE_The Y. M. C. A.
visited (wenty-five families Satur-
day and left well-filied baskets.
About 110 people were thus given e
good Christmas dinner_The
display of meat at the market of
Jerry Strait during the holidays eras
the finest Ndver seen in Deoiaon.
Vetsran butt en who have been all
over the LnitV.. States declare that
they never taw such fine meet__
It doesn’t look m if the country peo-
ple were very much afraid of the
The volume of
twenty years ago
Rota Eppstein, Nellie and Bonte
Graham, Flossie Hughes, Sophie
Ledrick, Ssllie Matthews, Lizzie
Simpson, Louise Sibley, Alice
Wiseman, Josie Adams. The list
of married ladies is too lengthy to
copy_The baptists were ia
trouble in Dallas twenty years ago,
and as now a paper was at the bot-
Then it was the editor
tom of it.
ol the Baptist Herald and Rev.
Link_Twenty years ago when
Judge Crooks edited the Sherman
Courier, that paper asked, "Twenty
years hence where will the most of
us be?" To which the editor of
the Denison News replied that a
fellow who had read the item over
his shoulder said in all probability
the editors would be in *1. That
John B. McDougall presented
Richard Sinclair, ("Lamp Chimney
Dick") with a bran new $15 suit of
clothes. The old fellow was never
before so finely dressed, and he was
very proud of his rig____A fire
started in the opera house at Sher-
man Monday morning, Dec. 39,
about 8 o’clock, which the firemen
were powerless to check. p| The
opera house, owned by Henry A
Andrews, valued at $13,000, was a
total loss. The building occupied
by Patty. Joiner A Co., wholesale
grocers, adjoining, and the J. T.
Stinnett’s building on the west,
were slso destroyed. The former
lost half of their goods, or $10,000,
and Stinnett $5900 worth. Waif-
V OFFICERS 1
OXFORD, A. F. Platt eh
President. Vice Preside)
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS,
trade was larger than last vear_
Dr. M.H. Sherburne it in Ark*n-
sas doing a land office business, so
we learn_The Indian police
and deputy U. S. marshals are aw
resting hunting parties in the Ter-
ritory. Some of the hunters ere
from Texas----Oakland, I. T.,
is said to be growing faster than
any town la the Territory—Loren-
so Howe recently purchased 30,00^
bushels of corn at 15 cents pn
bushel. in the Chickasaw nation.
The corn will be used to feed sooo
head of stock in the Territory____
A gentleman from Ardmore in-
forms the Gasettbhe that the bus-
iness men of that city are about
swamped with enormous stock! of
goods. A large cotton crop was ia
sight when the stocks were pur-
chased, but the drouth "wiped out"
the crop_A great many people
thin! that the beet way to show
their respect for Jesus Christ is to
get howling drunk-Christmas
was / a beautiful winter day,
with blue skies and warm sunshine.
W. G. Mkginnis
poor families were provided with
Christmas dinners by charitable peo-
ple who do not parade tbeir good
deeds abroad--Clyde Mattox,
srell known in Denison t«*d Grayson
county, only got twelve years lor e
cold-blooded murder committed in
people."—New year day Mr. Cas-
sius M. Wabb and Miss Mattie,
daughter of J. W. Jennings, were
united in the bonds of matrimony at
the bride’s residence on Austin
svenue. The marriage was private,
only the relatives and most intimate
friends being present. Rev. Moore
of Sherman tied the knot_Jan-
uary 1st, 1880, W. A. Hallenbeck
and Mias Mollis Carlst were united
in marriage at the residence of J.
A. Euper. Rev. Kona per-
by moving goods. Other smaller
losers were Scbewer, Milter A
Green, S. B. Wright and Gohen the
photographer. The postoffice was
in the opera house budding, but
most of the mail matter was saved.
Geo. Dugan owned a building the
wails of which were dsmaged in the
sum of $1500. Tom Melton, a fire-
man, was hurt, but not seriously.
Many people went over from Den-
ison, and tbe fire department ten-
dered Jheir services which, howev-
er, arm not needed,-Twenty
For him to say he has something jnat as good
but if you have used both you know better. .
Not like tbe rest.
The Best, the Very Beat.
A Free Trio to Pai
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 37, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 31, 1899, newspaper, December 31, 1899; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth572142/m1/3/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.