The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 37, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 31, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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Os Sell loe a Stays
!^i.yftr.ri y C3
A good Stove; a cheap Stove. We can suit
yen when others fail. Then there is the hunt-
ing season. We make a specialty of
Carry the finest line of gone in Denison.
'A delightful reception w*s 1 ___
I cupper, which in daintiness and beauty of |
[serving suggested Mra. Rotor, waa an- I
(joyed. Mr.ond Mn. Peck, and KohfeMt Major
| were A few of those there. I When the 1
Mr*. Harrjr-j. Bryant h visiting in St. lone of the
•out*. I to hie eon
Some woman are to tond of attracting 1T** l“*T“! **** ***1
| attention that they even go to the funeral I °* *~r* , . -
jot strangers toba’-en. M.Tor N ^ tolEs^dVfcL
A Chicago woman without kin who 1 m. Vrelmimu.i^sl.arut \h. ,
as jmt inherited $74,000, --------1 '
I $600 per month income, ad vs
1st. Lout, Chronicle lor a husband. I rlta< ^ M)or to' the Texas
Major Nlmon has
- - with
rthe undertaking best
lop of the ladder
traits of cl
A LINE THAT PLEASES
In this era of economy, the pro-
gressive house is the one that keeps
alive to all trade conditions, and
keeps pace with the process-
ion. For twenty-three years
H. BORN t CO
TK MEAT CllCifiO
nators of making to-measure
garments for men. Their
Complete Line of Samples
recently to hand, is brimful
of interest. Every gem of
the Season is to be found in
it. The economy of this as-
sortment of fabrics is in their
prices and wearing qualities.
.» No fakes, no baits, but Quali-
ty only will be found to be
the motto of R Born S. Co.
They are represented by the most progressive merchant in over
10,000 towns in the United States. Every garment is sold under
an absolute guarantee, and if not satisfactory as to workmanship
and fit they need not be accepted. A tasty booklet. “ Artistic
Clothing for Men,” has just been issued. Ask for a copy of it.
Let ns make a suit for you. We know we can give satisfaction.
-HMR,. ZMZ- IKlIIsrOii-
THE DRV GOODS KING.
Here is e chance for R. M. King, Col.
[Reardon, R. D. Beirne, Charier Jones
I and others too numerous to moatiaa.
The Sultan of Sulu wUl bo all et see I the top of the
I when bo reads of the trial of Brigham H. cUI circles. He is us
Roberts for having throe wires. The | for Ms menr estimable traits
1 sultan was paid a big sum for becoming
I* citizen of the United States, with the
I promise that the 300 wives constituting
I his harem should nut be Interfered with.
I It will puasie him to know why a ms:,
who has only three wives should be
One of the proudest moments of a
I young girl’s life is when she has e piano
fpd the girl next door can’t afford to
I have oftti *'
Mrs. E. A. Burke ielt Sunday last for
I Wichita, Kan., to spend the holiday
I week with her parents.
When e woman makes a holiday pres*
I ent she usually wants ail the world to
I know it.
The Italian oolony had a grand chrtet-
naa dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
I Frank toamola. Some twenty-five
I guest* were present.
One of the largest investors In cotton
1 in Denison to a young lady,
lany a married couple in Denison
ho call each other in public “mamma"
nd “papa," ' ‘
01 furniture at each other when
I thev arrive home.
le stands I
Hto fair bride certainly drew a prise when
she took Charier tor bettor or for worse.
We ere but little acquainted with the
bride, but those who know her best saeak
la tbs most enthusiastic eulogy of her
amiable character; not a society doll, but
a true, sensible young lady, who to calcu-
lated in every way to tasks the lot of her
husband e most happy one. The Gaxxt-
Txaa bestows Its benediction, trusting
that all conceivable happiness roav be
theirs. Mr. and Mrs. Nunon have fitted
up the handsome new cottage on the cor-
ner of Cheslhut street and Barrett avenue,
whore they wUl bo at home to the It
Cart Me Lynn, 000 of the moat worthy
young men la Deo toon, wee married
Wednesday evening la Sherman to Mtoa
Daisy Bryant,daughter ot Judge and Mrs.
D. E. Bryant. The happy event was
contumated In Sherman, the Rev. |ohn
S. Moore, D. D., of the First Pretbyte
rian church tying the knot. Speaking of
“ says: “The
sooted by hto wife with O |
worth her!eg, to-wit, a ten-pound boy.
_There was a family rewatoa at the
home of M. J. Fitzgerald on chrtetmot.
L. J. Howe and family of the Tarritory,
George Green and lamllr of Potteboro
and H. T. Howe and family of Deatooa
sat around the feeUi board and partook
of the goo4 cheer..........The tprottore f0r
the new M. E. church south has been rs-
estred -.....The Postal bos uniformed its
measeag—bop........Mon who spoesrfateta
stocks end cotton futures are divided Into
three classes, Bulls, Beers sod Asses-
Mrs. John Anderson It quits 111. Tom
Anderson has gotten over hto light
of sickness ____We notice bv the
where the 14th U. 8. Infantry
brush with the Insurgent* near Mateo,
PbUIppton islands. This la the regiment
that Ode C. Nichols la attached to as
■ ted to secure
mal does of the
His, parable quarterly.
the happy event the Register says 1
fling bootjacks sad other ar-1 groom to a popular young business
! of Denison and ba* tor rears
*y arrive home. I sponsible position with the Waters Pierce
Miss Edens Hopkins at qt8 treat Crass-1 OH company’s general office at Den toon,
rd street, was presented Christmas with I Socially be It a great favorite with the
Socially he la a great
voung people of both cities. The bride
to the possessor of all the sweet womanly
qualifications which will go to moke her
a fining consort of the sterling young
man to whom she plighted per troth.
I The groom has a very large circle ot
I friends In Denison who will wish him
Hartford Magee, known SB aearl
rteea of Denison an “Hook” 1
dted of heart feflnre Sunday esnsn
his residence, 314 Ease Hull sue
city. For many years Mask Mu
been an engineer on the M. K. fit1
no r>Mrond mployt ovor Ml • Ml
ord than he. He hod Meeds
re, attracted fey hto
} lord street, was presented chrtotmaa with
I a beautiful edition of Shakespeare’s
j works. Miss Hopkins to an Intelligent
land cultured young lady and will the
[ more so appreciate the gift.
Some wives seem to think more ot
I their husbands after they hare taken out
a life Insurance- In tact all tome men , ........ _
[ are good tor is their life insurance. I •** bride God speed
A great many Denison attorneys go to I Mrs. Parwell and Mtoa Kilburn, wife
| Sherman to do their courting, but Jeg I and daughter of Engineer ► erwell, leave
1 Hassell of Sherman prefers to come to I to-day (Saturday) tor Quincy, Itt., where
I Denison. I they will Join Mr. Parweit and make that
Some women would like to have Christ-1 u**ir "*w home.
I mas every month In the j ear to that they I Mrs. E. M. Oldham, 917 West Crew-
' bleed the purse ot their better ford etreot, to visiting IstSnoe*, Kan
its pays. There to aheolntely 00 ex-
too to the rule Foster predicts a
very cold January and raw 'March, but
siderablc of s Iter —— Jim Hence waa
the Soots Claus of the American Es-
preeeCo. He received mad gave maav
valuable Christmas presents. Indeed hto
salary melted away like a snowflake lo
August. But his shrink age of capital wm
o ft set by sundry dainty trinkets made by
fair and skillful feminine heads_
George Horwlck of this city owns eighty
scree Of land near Yel hr like. Ark., the
canter of the present lead aod tint
citement There »
1 to day with a hie
I sines tfi&7. The own-
wagon on our s re
ry. It waa fir*
rears ago. It
Team and Ktetou
cr claims that the
streets of Denison In 1871, end from hto
daacTtptlu* ot the town at that period we
ore confidant that he was telling the
truth. TEe wagon wm dilapidated but
looked as If It might last several mere
purchased et Bolivia, Mo.,
isa named Fruit aod
years. It wa
to 1864 bye
These goods are bought in
such large quantities that we
are in shape to make very low
prices. Call and see our new
goods. Very truly,
(M B Jffi
Furniture and Carpet Store.
Nearly everybody in Denison it
crowed for room, and almost every-
body needs another bed—in fact,
can hardly get along without it. A
folding bed can be put in any room
and it will improve the appearance1
of the room and be handy wh.n
needed. If you want one, you
get it here on
1 me women on the streets always a
they were walking on tacks.
The greatest liar on earth to a young I
in love with a girl, and the poor In-
st creature believes sit that he tells
Mr. and Mra. Will R. Scoter observed
their sliver wedding at Bokchito the
present week There isa tom 11 y reunion.
Mtoe Dora Lewis, daughter of Mrs. Sco-
ter, who to spending the winter la Den-
ison, end Mtoa Daisy Van Houses are at
Bokchito to participate in the silver wed-
ding jubilee. The best that the Gazrr-
tks> can wish is, that Mr. aod Mix. Scn-
ter may live to enjoy their golden wed-
ding. There to nothing affected or su -
perheial about the hospitality Ot friend
ship of the Senters, ft to the genuins ar-
ticle and you feel it so when you enter
the portals of their home.
Miss Lillie Lane, teacher In the Carr-
Burdette college, Sherman, spent the hol-
iday* with her parents.
The Gazetteaa wishes the Sisters of
St. Mary a happy new year. May aU the
happiness and prosperity of this life be
meted out to them. May St. Xavier con-
tinue to prosper and grow until Its be-
fluencc reaches the whole lend,
ng people engaged to be married
dom talk tense to each other.
average girl starts out at 18 to
1 name tor herself, but decides at
xi that some man’s will do.
^(ake a 1
We are fixed to serve you
at our new quarters at
No. 501 Main St.
Best Bread in Denison.
Try us for anything in
Choice Roasts, Lard and every-
thing good to eat in the meat
line—tender and cut right. If
that is what you want, drop in
and order it at
PM* Hut Hartal.
DEMISOH PUIttl am
JOHN BfiOWIDUIDGE, Prop’r.
We make SHELVING,
COUNTERS A DOOR FRONTS
Porch Columns, 6x6, $r.oo each.
Porch Columns, 5x5, 85c each.
Porch Columns, 4x4, 65c each.
Brackett from is, cents up. ao-tf
The finest line of Confectionery
in the city. We make a specialty
of serving private and public so-
cial events with delicious suppers,
etc. If you intend to marry and
are going to have a big blow out,
That is the question many
a good wife has asked lately. She
does not want to take the chances
of sending her clothes to a colored
wash woman, and she has been told
of the fabulous prices charged by
laundries. We are making special
prices on family washing. All clothes
bandied bv us are sterilized. Call,
write, or telephone us about it.
’Phone 7. Woodard St.
TUESDAY, J AID ART 2,
Will bo the time
to enter Hav-
er, Georgs Appleman,
* re* trader, pejldt— aod |
1 to a sort of s
Ysrdmaster Tom Casey ot the I. A G.
N. R. R. at Houston waa here holiday
The more progressiva railroads are
abandoning wooden freight care In favor
ot steel ones, and It to a question of only
a few years when all leading Haas will
use 00 other.
J. M. Rough of the Pee Gee la spend-
ing the holidays In the city.
Chriamaa was generally observed by
Kaly Ticket Agent Gerlack waa able to
be at the office the past week.
Every employe of the km ericas Ex-
presa company throughout the country
received a check for $5 aa a Chrtotmaa
gift from the company. A ci.-culnr ac-
companying the chock elates that the gift
to made for faithfulness. It to estimated
that the aggregate asm of the gift trill
reach $60,000 or $70,000.
sbtejrsorteriy. Other Use I ^Tiw if" aarUimiLStetox!!
•*» •». *1*4 ym am
sy lor Co*-1
Oe the prtocSpU
sard, which rapani
ion aa latervni that 1
A French naner **y. th.t __ I Engineer Arthur DetUmore of the
Dl^U ditcL<rthe cor^ Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf, waa here
Denison who Is bound to be fashlona- President Munson of the Houston, Gei-
ble at whatever cost. veston and Northern, spent the holiday
Thepersons who condemn the society . u t .
columns of the Gazettksr are the ones I '-'ur 0 “ “land Hobart Hueon has taken
whom the truth is told about. *“ ««r» run with the American Express
Mrs. Geo. W. Clark left the past week c™P*nJ' , ,
for points in Missouri to visit friends end I ^r*ciemch ,th< emP*°ye« oi the
relative*. Wells, Fsrgn & Co.’s express recive, with
mentt that of dishwashing.
Mr. E. D. Carter arrived leaf Saturday
to spend the chrtotmaa holidays with
Mtoa Lizzie Mimnaugh to here to
spend chrtotmaa with her mother.
Mrs. M. j. Moorefield returned from
Cleburne accompanied by her daughter,
Mrs. John Turner, who will spend the
holidays in the city.
The first c aas of St. Xavier’s presented
Mother Superior with a handsome pict-
ure of Right Rev. Bishop Dunn. Tbs
picture is 30x36 inches, done in colors
and framed in gold. It to an elegant
piece of work and a perfect likeness of
bis Grace, in full communlcala.
Miss Dulce Murray, who to a regular
correspondent ot the Southern Messen-
ger at San Antonio, waa kindly remem-
bered by the editor chrtotmaa. He sent
MLt Murray a very flattering letter on
her services rendered the paper the past
year, and with the letter came e beauti-
ful prayer book.
Miss Daisy Crooks to spending the hol-
idays with friends in Fort Worth,
Mrs. Tom Casey accompanied her hus-
band to Denison to spend the holidays.'
Mrs C. J. O’Malley left Wednesday
tor Fort Scott, Kan., to riait her mother,
Democrat and Alder-
trge several society
young ladies with stealing,flowers from
off a number of graves where they had
been placed by relatives. The Democrat
states that they will not be prosecuted
on account of their families. Of course
if poor girls had induged in the vandal-
ism a great howl would have been raised
and the offenders probably lodgsd in jail.
It makes ail the difference whose ox to
When a married woman goes astray
the very first persons to find It out are
it’s the chap who spends $100 tor an
engiffsment ring, and $3 for a wedding
ring that finds marriage a failure.
Miss Minnie Evans who has been ab-
sent from the city a number of years has
returned and will make her 1
her slater, Mrs. Maud Johnson
Mrs. Maud Johnson has reft
e visit to Pi
Mn. Ida W|
man Hopson c
a turkey and a can of o stare. The first
couies to them for Thanksgiving dinner
and the second for Christmas.
A. A. Thomas, American Express mes-
senger, was attacked with e congestive
chili Chrtotmaa, and for a time waa in a
serious condition. Kie to much better at
present. The enormous holiday rush was
too much for Mr. Thomas.
When a brakeman says that he bent bH
elbow It means that he took a drink.
When a railroad man gala the grand
bounce, It to always announced that he
has resigned. Another way to let them
down easy to to say, “Owing 10 111 health,
Mr So-and-So was obliged to resign.’’
It to currently reported that the wad-
ding holla will soon ring tor Dolph Mitch-
ell, the fascinating Katy passenger brake-
Conductor Finley of the Sente Fe was
Howard Peden of the Santa Fa office,
Galveston, was here Wednesday.
Alex W. Acheson, resident engineer of
the Katy at Dallas, spent Christmas here
The M. K. ft T. Carpenters are en-
gaged In laying a platform betwreo the
relit of the tracks surrounding tha turn-
table at the roundhouse, for the employes
to walk on in operating the table.
On New Year’s day 1000 veteran em-
ployes of the Pennsylvania rallroaJ will
be retired on pensions. Tha managers ot
the road not only believe that this to
right, but that U will ppy lu wav In tha
increased seal and efficiency of the com-
pany’s army of workers.
The large steel tank at Bella has been
moved to Whlowrighl. Bells has been
abandoned at a watering place.
Engineer Woodring of the Katy to the
father of i girl baby which arrived Chrtet-
aare that to the past twenty-five years fif-
ty-three railroads have been started on
paper In the Territory, tha object-
point being Denison, and not’one
them has ever reached hare.
TMOnaDAV. one. *7.
Mr. Clausen who retires from tbs
torial staff of the Herald on the 1st, will
be succasded by Russell NoMa, a y
man who hoi been looking after the
business and of the Herald to tbs Terri-
tory for tbs past three years_We
lies that so cue grocery hone as are
cel-ring foreign floor. This to patronis-
ing home Industry with a vsegeaeco__
Dry goods bonaes ore invoicing
AU of the drv goods hooaaa
their clerical forces Ina mad lately after
chrtotmaa You are reason ably
when you apead money for adver-
tising that It will return to you many
times. Can you say an much of any
other form of investment.’ Why
doesn’t the chief of police clean out the
“chippy” resorts on Mato street: That's
what respectable people are asking___
To Col. M. Staodlfer, stick to I__
Here Is to our brothers of the press, a
happy New Year, and plenty of good
cheer for the year 1900......... About too
persons have reported to tha Uiitrmi
the chrtotmaa presents reefIvad, probably
expecting a personal mention, but the
taaft la too great.....A dead bone was
discovered la the culvert yesterday 00
Austin avenue and Woodard street. Peo-
ple are still wondering how It got there,
as the entrance to declared too small to
admit IL The animal wm rotten out
after a great deal oi trouble. The yellow
flag at tha Jenkins residence has been
taken down. The flag staff to at
tury aod many things
the dwelling and harbor the gwnos of
smallpox. Yesterday evening there wm
a lad to the yard handling articles that
had been evidently thrown out of the
bouse. It la the duty ot the city author-
(ties to see that the yellow flag goat up
again - . Hardly a weak passes but the
town to infected with canvassers of 1
kind. They are non-residents who slip
in here to tall everything from e patent
can opener to a grand piano. We
turc the prediction that not one to forty
ot them pay the cltv a license at tber
should do by all means. Tha city
cil should see that our home mei
who pay taxes and neip lo keep up the
expenses of the city are batter protected
______It Is e certain event that Dugan,
candidate for county dark, has a walk
over in Deatooa Did you ever notice
that the men who to habitually Indulging
ln|pisctlcal jokes will get mad U you give
him a little obhtoown medicine? ... Pantos
from Kentucky town were to tha city to
day looking tor a span of stolon mutes
--Henry S chose ar kilted a fine dee yes-
terday in tha Hudson Quarter Woods,
distant from Denison six mites--------Col.
John Kirby who wm bore to-day from
Dallas, um observing hto 73th birthday.
Tha colonel to hole and hearty tor one of
advanced rear* — 1. Walt. Josms la
the new cashier of the American Express
Co. He comm direct from St. Louis
The Gazsttcu sriahm Harry a
Christmas sad happy New Year.
Freak KhoOut cams seat new
nee, Okie., to spvnd Christ mss weak.
Mr. sod Mrs. Fisk Qoodtogof Col-
bert ware gearts to the city Christmas
to^hIto*moib«Ma kltolw! "*Tba°Ito* Imdr
to $7 years of age, balejied^hoariv. She
Dee Carter of
early peri of the
more especially to toe hto
Mr. aod Mrs. Lbmoib______,
non, L T„ were geests to the dty Christ- *
“•or” Hoeaoa span.____
bis people at Ardmore. U* there will be
Tom Haaea of Pori Worth spoof | state of Now Tort
Chrtomas with his parrels la Pontoon.
of Oklahoma, wm here TII—day
J. C Secor of Palestine to a guest le
J. Harrs] Booth to speeding the holi-
days with hto parents.
J. A. Smith, president of the
Cotton Spinning company, b
Irons the east.
Dr. Yeldel went over to
durine the holidays to visit hto tamilv-
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Alexander spent
blistens* at Pilot Petal with their
daughter, Mrs. Havdan. It wm a sort of
in flown ine nag stan is at least
tea sod the flag tossed Into the yard.
! flag should be replaced as the furnl-
i sod many things are yet intact to
middls. ha to
aa, a splendid
where he occupied a rasponalbls position
In Supt. Adams' office. Although Mr
Jones parts hto name in tha
said to be s fine express
typewriter and a genial
O’ Dalr, the veteran grocer • man,
hto stock over to-day to Waptea
& Co. The indebtedness was noi
ed______The Dcnlton-Shsrmaa ■
ban Railway company teal evening
quested the immediate preparation of the
deeds of tha two lines of street railway la
this city and the request wm complied
with. Aa the matter now stands there to
no room to doubt that tha project will ba
carried out m proposed by Mr. Withers
and hto a—oclat—. Thousands of (toilers
have already been invested by the
motars of the In ter urban
Register-----Cotton futures rends a Mg
splurge upward to-oay, sod when too
recognise a men with a
and smile upon hto
there is a Bull ...
new names to Its list oi subscriber*.
rtsutAV, dec. 19.
It to rather so old maxim, but
the las* a Hue 000, that yoi
good prip by the tell of a
wwa re wumiirei MgE
to toco, say to youraotf,
.During the past month
has added about fifty
. ■ ...
A pioneer cltisen
nss kepi count
U to 00
on Walker at
of the M K.
Mr. aod Mis. B. F. Ptor trill leave to o
few days to make McKinney their hares.
Mr. Ptor will manage the large dry goods
of W. S.^CuighU Tha public
will regret greatly the departure of Mr.
Ptor, who has for the peat three rears
la charge of Mr. Knight's house
*t this place, ltr. Ptor to not only a
oogh bustnms man, but hs to pom
of thQM genial aod popster chorea
tea that draw trace aod bring hto bouse
with the public. He
has always bees courteous and strictly
fair with patrons, and they wUl regret his
departure white wishing Mm aU kinds of
good luck la hto new homo. The Gazer
rasa taxes pleasure la Inirnfsilsg Mr.
Ptor to tbs business moo nod ctoiaent of
McKinney. Ha will certainly press a
valuable acquisition. Mrs. Ptor to a moot
estimable lady, who h— aadaorad harm if
to all who have hod tha pioneers of bar
itance, aod tha will be M much
la bar sphere — has husband In
hit. Whan two such people leave a
the Iom to business and social cirri— to
a wtep of bay an top of the
Set of teeth
ten, ji» west
A. X W al-
n Cull Inane mad
to Conlgsto the
t S. Swans ot St. Louis to n
Col. J. C. Letcher to at Parsons, Kan.,
on a visit to hto moth—
Leslie Pack of St. Looto
tha holiday* with hto perai
Mrs. W. A. Pack.
CoL John Kirby, tha wall known Dal-
las capital tor, wm la tha efiv Thursday
Georgs Avery of Sulphur Spate)
Ark., to spending the weak to tha city.
Deguty U. B. Marshal Tandy
M that nrw faagWd
tha city tha early pari of tha
U S. Marshal Daria wm bore
Hs mv* that the affictri ore
llmmoas of Cherry HOI, saw
G read rills, spool Christ mm In tea city,
the gusat of hto granddaughters. Mrs. fi.
Brockton* sad Mb* WUHeVomnc.
D. A. Bites of
Km a great Moan hare. Tha district
court conreote Monday nod will mbs up
all ot the judge's tires, therefore bo d»-
pend* upon hto friends lo take care of hto
Judge SB— Hare, who h— boo
dsatdr Washington, D. C., toe s numb—
of roars, arrived fir town t—fioy (Sat-
urday) and Is to
wtoh old friends.
or call at No.
Ml *7 A^7
to tha pr
It maj to
by IBM Ml
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