The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 51, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 5, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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- tea miles yesterday, walking the
wan nmmn A»n * i8»« Frisco track to the rmr, returning
fT ? \ * , to the dty on dm Katy Ray track, a I
In September, *874, a man going (tretch Df . good tan m.lea at least,
the name of R. J. Perry came to „nnrTu , . ... . A
Oeniion. He spent money in a lib- . Th««>untry>ook5 llke the Amer
...I w., .ml finally bi«b. ,h« ****
M. ..toon, Saturday H. A. ‘“I*”1 bl“ *"""
Robertson, a New York detective, m w*' |
arrived in town, and soon had M/. The whole «*? turo#d oot
Perry under arrest, on the charge of *° «w* the DMUtiio1 d«y* A
robbery. On the 3rd of M.y, 1874, **•* m,ny wenl ‘° the country wilh
Perry and another voung man, both *be'r ^*k'n8 Hoes, but the weather
clerks in the office of the New York U*°° <*% »od tie fish refused to
Central Sc Hudson River Railroad, * temPted by “>® “•« alluring
got away with $33, 00a They b,it’
“planted the money in Maryland There are four school trustees to
and scattered. Peiry's pard was elect in May, Munson, Birch, Tobin
caught in Denver. Perry was taken end Barnes going out We understand
back to New York on a requisition Birch and Tobin will not be candi-1
from the goverBor_____ W. M. Ben- dates for re-election. A prominent I
net was building an addition to bis prohibitionist says that an effort will
residence and beautifying the be made to capture the school board.
grounds_There was a division This is a situation that will bear
in the Baptist church societies which watching.
threatened to be serious, but the Fruit men all agreo tbs. Hbe fruit
trouble was bridged over by the dis- h DOt .erioualy damaged W> he late
solution of both societies and the or- fro,u. There writ be plenty.
gamxation of a new one. The prop- __ _ . ,. .
erty near the Main street school was ^be Presbyterian church people
sold and a new edifice was erected. W,U ** *° rece‘ve **for, ,he
_Citizen, of Manhall ware ad- Dew tb°“'th* ”,ddU
vertiaing a grand gilt concert, the f** Tbe edifice will cort about
proceeds to be uaed in bmiding a JO°* ' \
fine market house,_The New. We noticed n very pretty thing
said Jim Carfery jwaaao atraid ot Y®*terd*y- The cemeteries were
mad dogs that be bad invented a thronged with peoole decorating the j
“sheet iron leg protector,” to slip K»ves with a profusion ofapringl
over his cavalry boots, when going flowers.
out at night—-Ed. P. Kau. s Affirmed—Cifyvs.bcbool Trustees.
writing to the News trom Hot^This is the cate where the School
Springs, Ark., said there were 15001 Trustees made a demand on the city
visitors in the town------------ John L. I council for a levy of 45 cents on the
Riddle leased the Clifton hotel sod j 5100 valuation for the purpose of
changed it into a private boarding conducting the public schools of this
house-Lewis & Dorris opened I city. This was refused by the coun-
a ftuit store on Austin avenue—— cil, and a lev^ of 40 cents was made.
IN NEW QUARTERS
that we are now settled in our
new quarters, corner Main and
Mirick. We thank you all for
past patronage and trust you
will continua to let us serve
you bow that wa are better
prepared than ever to do so.
The Diamond Bakery
TteGnjunCouti Abstract Ca
State and County Taxes Collected.
A. P. WOOD, Notary Public.
Denison, Texas. ti
ST. LOUIS STEAM DIE 00.
Il6 MAIN STBEXT.
Suits to order. All kinds of fancy dying,
cleaning and repairing. Kid stove,
cleaned. Guarantee first-class work.
T, J. ^GENTRY, Manager Dye Co.
New Phone 141.
GEORGE O’BRIEN, Proprietor.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
TRY OUR HOFFMAN HOUSE RYE
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE..............
397 Main Itreet Denison, Texan
DENISON TRANSFER LINE,
HE XURFEET, Proprietor.
MOVES Sates, Pianos sad House-
hold Furniture with special care
and safety. Orders given protnp.
attention. Baggage transferred to
all parts of the city. Phone 42
Smokers Say, ^
Smoking Is a Luxury
L TORO- CIGARS
Afford the Greatest Luxury
NEW YORK BARBEE SHOP.
Only first-class barbers employed.
The best service in Denison. Bath
rooms attached; fine porcelain tuba.
Call and see us. tf
DR. w. T. BOOTH
Diseases of Women and Children
No 22<f MainSt. Denison, Tex.
Waples-Platter Grocer Co
Conceded to be the best restaurant
in Denisofi. Meals, short orders all
hours of the day and night Gooc
coffee a specialty. tt
Tarpon Clnb WMej
The Finest Wines and Liquors.
Imported and Domestic Cigars
108 W. MAIN STREET.
WE ARE IM THE LEAD
collections. . . depositions. | a,ory to removal, and an old hat j fish are biting.
Agency, w„ fijled with coffee. Mr. Merritt Mr. Archie Harper killed a Urge
l6j^ J recognised the thieves and the next I wild cat yesterday in the brush about I
, j morning Tohn Hsintt. Patrick Ward. | a mile west of Red river railroad
Mjtxnmna riupwxi.^ jFred King, Tom Keeler and a ne- J bridge.
y _ gro named Ben were arrested. Ben A railwty Oisn’s wife treat to the
)LD mti.TABT R GROCERY, protested his innocence but bis shoe m,tinee last Saturday and in ao do-1
- I fit a No. 12 track nicely-Wed- hDg M displeased her husband that I
preah Country Produce a Specialty, and I nesdsy morning a negTO who was when ,he returned he gave her a
ahrars wanted. hauling up dirt from the bottom of wh,pping. Officer Durer’s attention
.............. . " « well at Dr. George A. Cutler’s, J WM called to the matter.
HTt H. L. DECKER lost bis balance and tell in. The j A Kansas City clergyman, being
ATTORNEY. w“ twenty feet deep> but luck‘ bored to death with requests to da-
ily he struck on his head. Hu funeral sermons, finally declar-
306 shoulder and arm were bruised but ed tbat berea£ter in ,och termons he
Denison,.....Texas. no h®11** were br°ken. A thick would teU the truthi y,. whole tnith
— ,kuI1 saved b,m---Mr,# A. and nothing but the truth. He is
|UT T. LEONARD, I Lollins was presented by a friend 1 now rid ol ajj jUrther annoyance m
BL* _* with a ticket in the Ryan (Texas) Lj way
ARCHITECT. Gilt Enfrp,^, ..din. N.-. of Tb, htad„„, bom,„lG«, W.
- I Wednesday announced that the I _ ,, .
PUns and specfic.Uon. preparedLcket drcw , nice prixe, a finecarri- Whee,er °n °W,n«* «*"•*’ “|
for publm building, and Ph-t __A fafmer neanng completion.
r“KlenCe*- _ ,nd hit wile came to town Tuesday Lieut. Ode C. Nichola, who is
DENISON,--------TEXAS, to make a few purchases. Their «Utioned et Fort Sam Houston, San
■ I cherub of five summers accompan-1 Antonio, may visit his old friends m
r H. HARDING, W them. The old I.h hi. bet,™ l...ing f« PhU-
U ^ % _1 write and die kid at Nevins’ store, «PP*nes in May.
Attor 'jUbd Notary Public while be explored fee town. The Van Keithly, who was sentenced
tkxas. kid started on a prospecting tour to tour years in the penitentiary, n
___ ■*r~; I through the store, and in the back I out on bond and will be granted a
y/ New Phone No. 50. J room was a bright faucet attached | new trial.
I to a barrel filled with varnish. In a I The farmers ara beginning to
DR. MARION TEAS few minutes he was gleefully watch- plant cotton.
——- mg a beautiful golden stream run A urge number of farmers will
....SURGEON.,.. »ing out of the batrel. Nevins said plant Mexican June corn which is a
Special attention given to the Eyes, there were 10 gallons of varnish in the ,ata aop and has in evrty instance
Ears, Nose and Throat. barrel, valued at $5 a gallon. When pr0ved a success.
Street. ** “ *°* S"*, ^ One of the monkey, belonging to
* r‘ the Dyke is dead. The other four took
Denison, Texas._| there w„ . br, i.nt polish on the # ;.$like fo him aod woold ive WB1
1=r-Vi-r--rU n U r ! , "ru--:Mc‘ no peace day or night. He pined
Dr. Humphreys. _
kite kftv wa*. De. Hamptorf the floor with oil doth____.The C. P. Fox, a resident of this city
SySTgrerimT^S; property owner, on Gandy street £or ® number of years, in very
, .1 I ..._____>____noor health at Bonham and unable
With the finest line of goods in
Denison. Try our eight-year-
old whiskey that we are now
selling over the bar. Bottled
goods a specialty. All outride
orders promptly attended to.
I am going oat of the wagon business and offer my
large stock of
Gleo Lea Exchange
at COST for CASH
No credit, bat great bargains for those who come with
No. 416 WEST MAIN STREET. DENISON. TEXAS.
The largest Plumbing House
North of Dalles. Work done
by experienced workmen.
It your water pipes burst I
will repair them promptly.
Put in a hot reservoir.
Would Writs Southern History.
Prof. R. H. Dabney of the Univer-
sity of Virginia is going to write a
history of reconstruction. The profes-
sor asks the people of the South to
help him in his task. He asks those
of them old enough to remember the
reconstruction yean to write out their
personal recollections for him.
The most elegant establish
in Texas. Only experi
•w" Delivered at your
[ doors. A rebate
I M - given when tickets
'A are bought.
• *' ■
Denison Crystal Ice Co.
Information for the Boys.
To become a memorable president
one must be born in fee first quarter
| of the year. All the executives whose
birthdays are celebrated—Washlng-
I ton, Lincoln, McKinley, Jefferson, and
Jackson—were born between Jan. S7
l and April 2.—New York Mall and Ex-
Locomotive to Burn Pest.
The managers of the Swedish state
railway have ordered a locomotive
built especially for burning peat In
fee generation of steam.
TO WHOM IT HAT Q0NUEKH:
Wa desire to announce to the peo-
ple of Denison that Mr. G. W. Car-
ver has the exclusive agency for our
j genuine McAlester Domestic Coal
for Denison. II you want the genu-
ine article, call on Carver.
Yours very truly,
OEXTRAL GOAL ft (JOKE 00.
Fsr & B. QARRIGAir. Aatt G. 8. A. tf
Johannesburg Filling Up.
Is estimated rill
122 natives a®<? y
u the POPULAR CARRIER
Mriring the QUICKEST TIME
Between North and South Texas
The savings J
United States eqi
multiplied by thr
Rock Ballasted Track
No Smoke, No Cinders '
ting «t HOUSTON with SUNSET
IT EXPRESS for San Antonio, El
and for New Orleans and the East
and Barrett avenue were removing
fep stumps and grading fee streets.
__H. P. Wright was painting
the new Forest Park fence, under
contract_Baker, the Kansas car-
pet bagger, got let out as postmaster
of Denison and was superceded by
Schrader___There was a bill be
fore Congress that included a $3500
appropriation for the erection of a
postoffice building in Denison, but
like msnv other things Denison bat
expected, the $2500 never material-
mt some plantV
ithers strong. W
And thats jhv ^— —
children. , TKey are like young
jUfiftS. 'Same food, same home,
iame care but, some grow big
tnd strong while others stay
imall and weak.
Scott's Emulsion offers an
;asy way odt of the difficulty.
Jhild wt j!fness often means
.tarvatifn, not because of lack
>f food; but because the food
loes not feed.
Scctt’s Emulsion really feeds
tnd giveF the child growing
Whatever the cause of weak-
ness and failure to grow—
Scott’s Emulsion seems to find
it and set the matter right y
Iffi-ctive Novemi>«r. 15th
1 the same’
. Joe Weiteman, who waa a resi-
dent of Denison in the eighties, has
gone into bankruptcy at Marshall,
TUKSDAT, MARCH 31.
J. F. Tillery alias J. C. Thomas
was arrested last Saturday night at
the reading rooms
iced_j. D. Woodyard way build-
ing aa addition to bis residence on
Sears street-M. Chichet sold
bis slock of groceries to G. L. Shsrp
of tbs Y.
M. C. A. by a deputy sheriff
from Knoxville, Tenn. He is
wanted for forgeries amounting1 to |
about $5,000. He was identified
by a photograph which was received
here several months ago. The ac-
cused is e young man about thirty
years of age. Ha arrived here about
a year ago and secured employment
at fee M. K. & T. shops. He used
to spend e great deal of time at
Frank G’Mallay’s. He is ay try in-
telligent and interesting young man.
He collapsed completely when ar-
rested and was perfectly cowed. If
[he ever had any nerve it deserted
who continued fee business^_Jim
Burson, et al, got possession of
Baker’s paper, The Time*, and
changed its name to The Cresset.
Jim was the discoverer of the word,
which means, first, a lamp on top of
a pole; second, .kitchen utensil for
W. R. ALLEN
bolding a kettle over toe fire. The
News remarked that it was it) a
quandary, whether the new paper
was a beacon light or a pot book.
__Old John Robinson the well
known circus man, was a candidate
for mayor of Cincinnati-Tom
Crook* presented a bill of only
$1,200 for publishing the county
financial statement in fee Courier.
The commissioners cut the bill down
to $400, and Tom was glad to get
1031 W.Crasrfart St.
Hie Old Reliable Grocer
His success is based on merit. Noth-
ing is misrepresented in his store.
If you ere not satisfied where you
are now trading, try Mr. Allen. His
Phone is No. 4x1-3 Mr. Allen
makes e specialty of choice country
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 51, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 5, 1903, newspaper, April 5, 1903; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth572197/m1/3/: accessed March 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.