The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 31, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 12, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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VOLUMK XXIV. | .U..o.,HTioS .. , DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, NOVHMBBR 12, 1905 |V.VcM£S.T»0.7i5?L*S1 NUMBER 31
Crown*, fj^ot flings, tieo and up, *11
other work In proportto*.
Office, 4124 Main Street, up stain.
Greatest Sale Ever in Denison
R. D. Beirne
Offers a slaughter of prices such as
Denison has never soon. $25,000
stock must be reduced promptly.
Sale Starts Nov. I59 9 a. m.
Never before end probable never again (hell such bargains be'
offered in Clothing. Many of these are broken sixes, having only
3 to 5 of each kind in all sins. Taney and dark Cssaemere Sack
Saits at $2.89, $4 95, $6 no end $8 89 for the best in the bouse.
These suits at $8.89 are hand tailored made by Scbloas Bios., the
finest tailors in America, the regular value ot which is from $t5.oo
Boys’ Knee Pant Suita in fine Worsted and Caaaimere at 98c,
$1.49, $3.00 and $2 so, Ages 4 to 14 years. Alter you price
other clothing stock you will appreciate aboee goods.
Boys’ Knee Pants, at 19c, 39c end 49c, cut from 50c and 75c
In the sale will be found Men’* Overcoat* in Beaver, Kersey
and Cravecetts at $3,95, $5.50. $7-50 and $13.00. Their regular
vhlues are $6.50 to $30. _
The Columbia, Dahote and Big 4 shapes, in fine fur, at 98c,
$1.48 end $1.98 values are $1.50 to $3 00.
In Box Calf, Satin Calf and Vici Kid and plain and cap toes,
at, per pair, 89c.
Men’s Viet Kid, Box Call and Velour Cuff in cap toes, latest
style, at, per pair, $1 39.
Men’s Box Calf, Velour Calf and Vici Kid, our $2 25, $3.50
and $3.00 values shall be cut to $1.98.
Our entire line of Top Round Shoes tor men, regular $3^0
end $4 00 values, cut to $3.89.
200 pairs 10x4 Blankets in grey and likht brown, full size, must
he closed out during this tale, at 59c
Extra heayy 11x4 Cotton BUikete in grey, tan and brown,
worth $1.50 to $3.50, our cut price shall be 95c, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.50 and $1.75.
■joo of those large size, $ i 00 Comforts must go at 73c.
Comforts worth $1.50, $2.00, $>.50, $3 00, up to $4.00, shall
be cut to $1 15, $1,39, $1 69, $1.89 and $2 38. *
Men’s heavy fleeced Underwear, sold everywhere at $1.00 per
auit, Beirne’s ent price, per suit, 70c.
Men’s all wool Undetwear at, per garment, 69c, 715c and 98c.
Men’s work Gloves of all kinds, 50c ones shall be 33, 75c ones
shall be 47c, $1.00 shall be 69c.
Ingram Carpkts sold everywhere at 75c and 85c, shall be 69c;
others shall be cut to 35c, 39c and 59c.
Don’t fail to got prices on lace curtains. We are showing
them during this sale at $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00
- * £ ■■ ' £ "T , ■' • $ - | \ I I
Dress Goods Department.
Fancy wool Plaids, worth everywhere 60c per yd., 28c.
36 inch fancy Mohairs, worth 70c, shall be cut ta 49c.
36 inch wool Cassimere and Henriettas worth 36c and 40c,
shall be on sale at 19c. *
52 inch Broadcloth, in all colors, the $1.33 quality shall be 98c
and the $1 75 quality shall be $1.33.
Good quality of pins, at, per paper, a papers tor re.
Best Needles at, per paper, ic.‘
Best Darning Cotton, at, per spool, ac.
Cotton Tape at per role, ic.
Pear*’ ur,scented Soap, worth 15c at, per cake, 10c.
Coticura, Paberr, Tar and Cashimer Bouquet Toilet Soap,
worth everywhere 25c, cut to 19c.
Cashe mere Bouqrtet and Violet Talcum Powder at, per can, 15c.
Mennenn’s Borated Talcum Powder at, per can, 19c.
Regular 10c quality of Talcum Powder, ic.
Dressing Combs at 4c.
Wire Hair Pins, at, per paper, ic.
Good Embroidery at, per yd., 3c.
36-tnch Percales at, per yd., 7c. . >,
Amoskeg Feather at, per yd., 12 I-2C.
Men’s and Boys’ Sweaters at 50c, 65c, 75c and $1.00.
Best Calicoes st, per vd., 3 j 2c, and 4 r-c.
A good heavy Cotton Flannel at, per vd., 6c, 7c and 8c.
Boys’ heavy fleeced Underwear at, per garment, 23c.
Men’s black Hose, full fashioned .Hose, at, per pair, 3c.
Men’s and Children’s black H >se, 5 to 9 11, a», per p tir, 5c.
Bist quality LL Domestic, yd. wide, at, per yd., 5c.
Best Quality bleached Domestic at, per yd , 5c.
Outing Flannel at, per yd., 5c, 7 tac and 8c.
Men’s heavy fleeced Vests, worth 35c, cut to 19c.
1 lot Men’s hats worth $1.30, 81.75 and $200, ettotee 23c.
1 lot Men’s Negliga Shirts, worth 75c, cut to 39c.
Store will be closed Monday and Tuesday.
Open Wednesday at 9 a. m.
Our Motto: “FAIR PLAY
The Price is the Thing
BAITY’S BIG CHALLENGE SALE
A Little Extra
One lot 15c fancy suitings, in
dark mixture, double told, at ’toe
2 1-3 to 5c white hemstiched
handkerchiefs, limit of 5 each ic
Fancy colored Michlme qutlta
Men’s wool underwear in plains
and fancies at____75c
Men's 50: and. $t 00 shirts in
/siaes 16, 16$ and 17, 35c; 3
for ________ $1.00
40 ladies’ jackets tanging in
price from $3.^0 to $6.50, all
at one price, choice_____„.$2 95
50c to $1.98 felt hats for school
girkr 19c and ______ 49c
Children’s nesvy fleeced vests,
■t with string fastenings, no
button, at___ ■_7 t 2C
Larger size in ribbed vests at_ iajc
All standard lines of 50c under-
wear in Setung, Oneita in-
730 pairs men’s brown, black,
red and blue socks at_
$1.00 line of fancy hrilliantine*
Begins Saturday morning and continues as long as the advertised itoms are here, and they are in big
quantities, too. These prioes are made possible by our heavy cash buying on our last trip. Never
before were we in such a position to make your dol ars do you so much good as now. Never were
stocks half so large; never were assortments so varied. We are in earthly glory now. We are
always happy as 8 lark wlwn battering prioes, and doing our friends good. We intend to make this
grand challenge sale a sale that will be on the lips of people for a hundred miles. We intend to
make prices so low that merchants can come here and buy lots of things at retail below the prices they
pay wholesale. This sounds like buncombe, but we will prove our assertion.
Read the Proof-*-Shoes - ’ —
Hamilton-Brown’d $3.00 American lady shoes in patent ked and colt, and finest kid; other merchants
Baity’s challenge price________________________________________________________$1.98
Hamilton Brown’s heavy shoes for ladies, sold at $1.00 wholesale, Baity’s Challenge price____________69c
Hamilton-Brown’s $5.00 hunting boot ________.______________________;___:_____________$3 95
The $5.00 quilted red boot________________________________________________*_______________$3 95
Hamilton-Brown’s $2.00 picnic shoes tor ladies___________________________________________$1.48
Hamilton-Brown’s $1.50 picnic shoes for youngsters...........;_______________1__$1.19
Read The Proof---Clothing
205 Men’s overcoats, the “bull system” make; coats that wholesaled last .year at $8 50; coats that
we couldn’t buy in September for less than $6.50, go into this challenge sale at yonr choice for $4.95
This is the greatest Bargain we ever offered.
Men’s blue beaver overcoats that the jobb?r sold at $3.75, a standard $5.00 number, our challenge
Men's extra quali'.y satin lined overcoats, sold earlier by the maker at $7.50, a usual $10.00 coat,
great challenge sale price___________________________________________________________$7.45
Over 70 boys’ sails that the maker sold at 75c, to $3 50, suits you can’t match under $1.00 to $4.50.
our challenge price, 59e to_________________________________________________.___________$2.95
Too Busy to finish telling you. Come and we will show you. '
A Little Extra
$3.00 American lady shoes at_$i^8
Big line 50c dies* gooes ml__39c
$1.95 to $3.50 children’s long
coate, ages 4 to 8, at__$1.48
Over 400 sample skirts for
ladies and misses, value in a
regular way $1.50 to $3.50,
at 95c to-----$1.98
Big lot gold and silver trim-
3 dozen tor__. _______ 25c
12 dozen 2 I-2C pearl buttons
the whole lot tor_____10c
Over 700 boys’ suits, value
$1.00 to $4 50, at 59c to____$2.95
300 pairs ladies’ 35c merceriz-
ed and wool golt gloves,
700 pairs children’s wool and
silk finished mercerized
mitts and gloves, choice_ 9c
500 pairs ladies’ and misses’
fur top warm house slippers,
ranging in price from 75c to
$1.25, all at one price, choice 95c
The Baity Dry Goods Company
Harvey’s Old Stand
YOU MAY BE
SURE that your children will be treated
CERTAIN that they will get what you
' eend them after;
POSITIVE that they will not be charged
any more for goods than you would
The Eagle Drug Store
312 W. Main St.
Both Phones 168
We Deliver Anywhere.
KMwaoMstaaaBwaaaaw imkhmmu ow wBBaMwaaacawS
WORSE THAR OOMMAHOHE8.
Here is an illustration of what a
lot gt devils the Russians are. No
Commanche Indian was ever guilty
ot such a hellish deed. A beautiful,
educated Jewish school girl, aged 17
year*, was chased into s cellar st
Odessa and was outraged by a num-
ber of brutes, her eyes were put out
uid her tongue pulled out and ted
to a pack of hungry dogs. Not
quite dead yet, a pike was thrust
through her body and paraded
in the streets. Her mother, father,
one brother and two sisters were
killed. A race ot barbarians like
that do not deserve liberty and the
czar is right when be turns bis Cos-
sacks loose upon them. Tbe hor-
rible story of tbe massacre at Odessa
it is stated wiil never be known. A
A dispatch says s
A three days’ attack on tbe Jews
began Thursday, with every indica-
tion of police organization. Troops
arrived, but tbe following day tbe
work ot pillage was re.umed before
the eyes of the soldiers and police.
Toward noon the torch was applied
to stores and bouses. The police
would not permit the Jews to fight
the fire and the troops were with-
drawn. Then the pillage began
Tbe police and soldiers abetted
tbe awful enme. J_jch a nation,
such a people is accursed. The
Fort Worth Telegram truly says:
Tbe manner m which the inflamed
Russian populace is dealing out
death and destruction to tbe unfor-
tunate Jews in that country is a
shame and a blot upon modern civil-
ization. Tbe cruelty manifested
proves that a despotism is about the
only form of government that will
fit such people.
The Famous McDougall
The haushkeeper’a delight, will at last be on sale in Deni-
son. Every lady who read* the Delineator, Designer.
Ladies’ Home Journal, McClure’s, Cosmopolitan, Munsey’s
and the beat magazines ot the day haa seen the ad of the
McDougall Kitchen Cabinet. We wish to say they will be
here in a few days. We invite every lady aud gentleman
to call and let us show them to you. Let us show you tbe
many advantages you can’t find on any otter cabinet. We
will have the exclusive sale on them.
3(0 w. Main st.
Tbe Shermin Courier has a great
deal to say about gambling. Gam-
bling u bad enough but what rbout
the officers and officials who violate
their os tbs, betray the trust reposed
n them by voters? They are the
;onea who ought to be held up to
Tne Gazetteer regrets to learn
of the death of Dr. Hal Walker
Manson, for many years proprietor
and editor ot tbe Rockwall Success.
Dr. Manson, up to within a few
years back, waa a regular attendant
at the annual meetings of tbe Texas
Press Asaodat on and was one of
the most popular members. He
volunteered for service in the confed-
erate army when 18 years of sge and
lost a lag st Gsttysborg, Dr. Man-
son was about 63 years of age.
C. O. McCarthy for bargain*
The recent elections in tbe East
and Western states have upset all
The most surprising result is in
Ohio. A democratic governor and
legislature ate elected which insures
a U. S. senator.
On tbe tace of tbe returns Mc-
Clellan is mayor of New York by
only 3,000. Hears! will contest the
election and it is very probable will
be counted in.
Jerome was re-elected district at
torney in New York.
Gorman disfranchisement scheme
was buried by voters of Maryland.
Guild, for governor of Massachu-
setts, won by handsome majority.
Mayor Weaver’s ticket for Phila-
delphia offices achieves a decided
Nebraika and Rhode Island re-
Virginia’s democratic majority
shows a slump.
Kentucky democrats gam control
of tbe general assembly. Judge
Poynter claims result assures his
election to succeed S .nator Black-
This has been a bad year for the
The result is especially gratifying
in Philadelphia where the old re-
publican ring was cleaned out. Re
formers won by about 75,000 mi'
Chicago went republican.
All that the political philosopher
can gain out of Tuesday’s election
returns in the states and cities which
voted is that there was more inde-
pendence in the voting than has
been seen in any previous year in
our day. Wherever a boss’ head
appeared, it was bit.
Tbe labor ticket won out in San
Francisco by 15,000 majority.
Tbe Herald gives publication to
the statement of A. E. Loder, assist-
ant engineer to the government good
roads department thet be is certain
that the material m this vicinity is
excellent tor the construction ot
macadamized streets as well as
roads. Few cities he said are so
fortunately situated. He also said
such streets when properly con-
structed were ail right, smooth, dur-
hble, and if properly taken care ot
tbe expense ot repairs would be
small. That’s what the majority of
the property owners on Main street
have thought all along, and when
tour of five men who seem to think
they are especially created to dictate
what the property owners, shall do
and how they shall do it, decide to
take a back-seat and leave the qnes-
t on of improvement to those most
interested, the men who are to put
qp the money, Mam street will no
doubt be made a model street, ot
which our citizens will be proud.
When this will be done depends up-
on the action of the bulldozers,
We call your attention to our nice
selection ot flue cut gists and hand
painted Japanese chins; also our
stock of jewelry, watches, clocks
and bric-a-brac. Our repairing de-
partment is second to none and
prices are reasonable.
The Reliable Jewelry Store,
A. A. Nilion, Mgr.
317 W. Main St.
Tbe new store room at No. 109
North Austin avenue has been rent
ed and Is occupied by tbe Swift
Truck Growers’ Meeting.
The Truck Growers' Association
will meet at the City Hall, Saturday,
November 11, st 3 o’clock p. m. A
good attendance is expected, and it
s desired that, the citizens of Deni-
son manifest sufficient interest in the
association as to honor the meeting
with their presence.
Carpenters, painters, electric
light workmen are making things
hum around at the real estate bead-
quarters ot Col. T. E. Reardon in
the Ford buildiog, on Rusk avenue.
Everything ia confusion around
there. When the workmen get
through, Col. Reardon will have the
most attractive, up-to-date real es
tate office m Denison, and probablv
no prettier in the state. Order will
come out of chaos in a tew daya and
it will be well worth a visit to drop
in on the colonel who will receive
you with the graciousness of a Ches-
LCBT OF PATEHT8.
'Granted to Texas Inventors
this week. Reported by C. A.
Snow A Co., Patent Attorn
Washington, D. C.:
George P. Alten, Bartlett, tire
tightener; Henry S. Anderson, El
Paso, electrolytic cell; Frank A.
Lee, Bryan, stalk cutter; George
W. Power, Marshal, car coupling.
For copy ot any of above patents
send ten cents in postage stamps
with date of thia paper to C. A.
Snow A Co., Washington. D. C.
The Smartest Style of the Year is the New
It has the low top and trim mannish look now so
much in vogue with smartly dressed woman^yet
it is in a clast by itselt. It is the one mannish
shoe that will acciftately
Fit the Feminine Foot
We are exclusive agents for these far-famed shoes. The new models
are beau^ful. Give us the pleasure ot showing them to you.
BRAY, The Shoe Man E.
The height of hat satisfaction is reached in
You can find the kind you want for fall at our
Wootton & Hayes
is* the great doll sale at
I Store, 407 W. Main St.
You cannot afford to misa it.
Largest in Texas.
Tbe Carver Coal and Wood Yard,
largest in state. You can always
get what'you want there. Both
phones, 300 block, Woodard street.
City Assessor and Collector A. P.
Woods instructs the Gaxetteek to
ktate that the 1905 taxes are now
due and payable. His office is at
204 Main street.
With ovary dozen and half
dozsn Phetoa! at Moore**
DsWKfi n Sah*
Some girls who would not buy a
bat or a dress without counciling
their mothers feel perfectly compe-
tent to judge men and will brook no
suggestion from their parents as to
who is or who is not suitable com-
pany for them.
Husband Sold at Auetloo.
In the early eighties the writer waa
present at an inn In Cracow when a
woman put up her husband to aoo-
tlon. She her salt acted aa auction-
eer, while the lot to be disposed ot—
a strapping young fellow of not un-
prepossessing appearance, who waa
evidently not averse to the proceed-
ings—eat on a stool at her feet Bids
came briskly, and the man waa alt!-
stately knocked down to a comely. If
mature, widow, with whom he left the
hostelry, evidently an the beat of
terms wtth himself and his purchaser.
To All Water Consumers Using Meters.
Protect yonr metets from frost and
save expense. There are many not
properly boxed and protected.
Denison City Water Co.
November Special Sale
for Three Days
from Monday, tbe 13th
This November sale surpasses any
held in thia (action, beginning a* it
dots at the very opening of the sea-
son when out stock is replete with
tbe newest of everything handled
here. It offers an exceptional op-
portunity to purchase your supply
at very reasonable prices.
Keep your eyes open and watch for old Santa Claus coming to ha
The Blue Front Racket Store, 220 Main st.
With the largest assortment of toys ever brought to North Texas.
6 piece toilet set, $1.49. 10 piece toilet set, $3.69.
13 piece toilet set, $4-95.
You want to see them. Remember, we cut tbe price.
Cold Weather Sure
Overcoats in demand and winter suite. We can fix
vou up; We have the~ beat fine of suitings at your
command, and then we employ skilled journeyman
tailors to make them. It you wisL to dress mealy' see
A. B. JOHNSON
Established 1880 The Merchoat. Tailor
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