The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 26, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 1, 1911 Page: 1 of 4
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Men’s Suits of Quality
Our styles are the very beat. The workmanship can’t
be beat. They must hold their shape. We save you
$2.50 t^o $5.00 on a suit. Give us a chance to show
you. Best line priced $10.00 to $20.00.
Stylish Keaiiy-tn-wear. "The Price is the Throe”
Our Couitry's Achievements
Mews Frtm all Qaarttn CssdtaicA
What the Werkera Are Oeiav.
Agents of the German army are
buying up all the horses in Den
mark that they are able to find.
swamped the paper mills making
paper for such purpose with or-
The carelessness of a capital po-
liceman who lost the master key
of the House office building in
Washington has cost the govern-
ment nearly $1,500 for 50 new
The CARL HAGENBECK
1 and great
Avaunt with the old—Hail to the new.
The rarest and Wildest savage creatures, greatest arenic artists and
animal actors. Most wonderful performance on earth and in the
gir. Best j>ageant splendors that can be transported.
All Earth’s Riding Champiotjs. Trained Polar Bears. Russian
Dancers. Wallace High School Horses. Kularvo, who walks up
and down stairs on his head. The Flying Nelsons.
More men and Woman than any other circus. More thoroughbred
horses than all other?. New and original ideas.
Three herds of Trained Elephants, including "Satan,” the menage
piachvderm who dances the cake walk.
Cornuted and (Jfcmne Congress. Trained and Tractable Zebras and
Zebrulas. Prodigies from the pig pen. The horse and the lion.
The qtephant and tiger. To see is to believe.
Fifty Clowns. Happy land’fe hosts herald hysterical hilarity.
A band of jovial jesters.
Every morning at 10 o’clock
A prodigal, double blazing
We are showing something great in the way of
high grade portraits. If you have never had a
real fine ’photograph of yourself you should try
some of these ; they will please you.
McINTOSH PHOTO STUDIO
Maker of Fine Photographs
2M) W. Main Street
Jerry Strait’s Old Stand
I have purchased the Strait old market stand,
100 block Main street. This is the only first
class market in Denison. All meats at this
market are the very best that money can
buy. I keep only the best and solicit your
“Wide Awake” Grocery and Meat Market
ELTON THOMPSON, Prop’r
Stands for everything good. The groceries are
all high grade and our meats cannot be surpassed.
This is where you get the best of everything in
the grocery line.
1030 W. Main Street
Statistics show that in 11,257
buildings which took tire iu this
Seventy-one students. 7 of them | ^^try 95 out of every 100 fires
womed, have just arrived in this Were put out bv automatic sprink-
country to take courses of instruc- Ujrs. Six out of 10 of the fires took
tron m our univesities. place during daylight.
A reservoir containing more There is a telegraph line in
than 1,000,000 gallons of molasses, Uganda, Africa, 600 miles long
located in New Orleans, burst supported on poles which sprout
Sept. 12, and Hooded several of out branches and1 leaves. The tree
the adjoining streets. • is a spreierWfP'WTNT figlmown in
The sugar beet crop in Germany the neighborhood as bark cloth
is very short while the Russian tree, because the natives use the
Frmah War Mp Haws Up.
Last Monday the French battle-
ship Liberte was torn apart and
totally destroyed by an explosion
oj her magazine at Toulon. Tlie
battleship Republique was badly
damaged and the battleships Dem-
ocratic and Verite also suffered
severely from the masses of twist-
ed iron and armor plate which
were hurled upon their decks.
The latest estimates places the
number of deed at 235 and 160
wounded, 40 dangerously.
The explosion, which wiped out
one of France’s newest and most
powerful battleships, occurred at
6:53 o’clock in the morning. It
was the result of an outbreak
ftre^" I he “flames spread rapt
in spite of all efforts to master
them and readied the magazines
crop is heavy and will check up-1
ward tendencies in prices.
bark for making a rough cloth
which forms the sole clothing for
the majority of the inhabitants.
■They are not the best poles to be
used because the leaves occasion-
The Peruvion government has
become alarmed over the possible
exhaustion of rubber-producing, „ . .....
, . , ally come m contact with the wires
trees and has sent a commission , ... . .
to Cevlon to study plantation «»‘l the white ants eat them. They
methods in that country for adop- "*u,ed ^cau9‘\ 1 ,ev a™ "heap’
tion in Peru.
Another big rush of prospectors
is in progress in the Canadian-., , .
Yukon Territory, where immense l,ales of hof* U'19 year-
costing delivered from 8 to 16c
California will furnish 90,000
deposits of gold have been found. |
During the past fiscal year 245 I
The export trade of the United
States for the month of August is
the largest ever known, namely,
small manufacturing plants have r,c .... ______' .__’
"r “-r-' tei^
ing employment lor 3,126 people.
A system has been perfected by
which wood for matches can be
artificially manufactured out of
straw and dry grass at less cost
than natural lumber can he suj>-
Forty-one mines in New South
Wales are lighted and operated by
Copper experts declare that the
world is approaching a copper
famine liecause of the enormous
consumption of electrical indus-
12,000 tons of steel will be re-
quired for the convention buikimg
to be built in Philadelphia, Pa.,
which will l>e one of the largest
2 Perforbanees daily, rain or shine, 2 and 8 p. m.
Doors often at,l and 7 p. m. for Merrick’s Military Band Concerts.
Reserved chairs and admission tickets may be secured on show day
at THE PEOl’LF’S PHARMACY, at exactly the same price
charged on the show grounds.
. . convention halls on the American
The Germans, it is admitted are ontinent
forging ahead of the English in
furnishing flour mill machinery. I A cantaloupe train, believed to
Work on a battleship which is ,)e t,ie longest the world has ever
to lie the largest in the world, seen, passed through Tuseon,
Ariz., recently from the Imperial
valley. The train consisted of 130
| cars, was one and one-half miles
in length, and contained
than 1,000,000 cantaloupes,
namely, 27,000 tons displacement,
lias been begun at Camden, oppo-
All Wheeliug and laike Erie
engines operated in Cleveland
have been equipped with smoke 1 Residents o» Asbury Park, the
consumers. Methodist summer resort on the
The attorney general of Indiana coast of New Jersey, are tired of
ba3 decided that under the full I camp-meeting rule, and forty or
new law there can be no lawful fifty of them went to Trenton, the
prosecution of roads employing capital of the state, and asked the
negroes as porters, brakemen or Public Utility Commissioners to
flagmen. issue an order requiring trains to
The wheat crop of France is es- stop at Asbury on Sunday.
timated this year at 320,000,000 Superim7mk-nt Berry informed
bushels, with the natural weight Counci, at ^ Monday nigbt>9
The Gandy street property own-
ers held another meeting at the
administration building Tuesday
night to furtlier consider the street
paving question. The committee
on material reiwrted and a vote
was taken on the several kinds of
material presented for considera-
tion, after the estimated cost of
the different materials bad been
submitted by the committee on
cost, which was as follows :
Asphalt with concrete baae, 1
$1.80 to $2.60 per square yard.
Brick, $2.25 to $2.70 per square
Bitnlithic, $2.10 to $2.76 per'
k oil square yard.
adfy Wood blocks, $2.00 per square
Disintegrated grani'e, 35 cents
before there was time to flood I per square yard,
them. The magazines exploded Disintegrated granite with
with tremenduous violence, sow- squeegee cover, that is asptudt
ing death and destruction in every I mixed with fine granite, 75c per
direction. The theory of the de- square yard
Hagration of the ”b” powder is Asphalt macadam, $1.25 per
the one generally accepted by the 9<iumre yard,
public. But the naval officers de- Bituminous macadam, $1.25 per
dare that to have l»een imjiossible, square yard. j.
the greatest precaution having A vote was then taken on mate-
been taken since that type of pow- rials. None voted for the first
der first came under suspicion three materials. Home at .first
after the blowing up of the lena. favored asphalt macadam, but
Attention has been drawn to the I finally there was an unanimous
fact that the catastrophe followed agreement to adopt disintegrated
soon after the violent manifesto of I granite with what is called "squee-
revolutionary workmen in the see cover,” The cost of this
Brest arsenal. | material it is said will not exceed
$140 a lt»t of fifty feet width, and
The candidates are multiplying I maybe ten or fifteen dollars less,
last. Thomas H. Ball announced The finance committee was
while iu Austin Tuesday that lie granted further time, and was in-
is a candidate for U. 8. Senatorial structed to investigate the paving
honors; Hon. H. W. Vaughn, laws.
State Senator, of Texarkana, and It was decided to maintain the
J. M. Terrell, have both declared width of the i»avement 40 feet, as j
as candidates for the seat of Con- a majority had expressed opposi- j
gressman Sheppard ; W.H. Mayes, sition to the width of 30 feet as
editor Brown wood Bulletin, is a was suggested at the
candidate for Liutenant Governor, meeting.
Senator B. B. Sturgeon is also a[
candidate for the U.S. Senate from
the First district. And there are |
There isn’t any question but what we deeervw our
ehoe business. We devote more time to shoe buying than any
other one department. When a merchant is in the market far
something like a hundred thousand dollars worth of shoes—al
cash—shoemakers get busy right now.
On finer grades of men’s and women’s shoes we saws ywu at
least 50c the pair.
laaiiee’ fine kid button or lace shoes, heavy or light
solid leather, look like $2.00; our price . „. ......
ight or heavy soles. Shoes with
tt-50, $3 AO and................
Indies button patent leather boots, very popular lor this sea-
son. Prices $3.00. $3.60 and....................... ,$4j$D
\ ery swell tan Ruasia calf, 16-buttoo boots lor ladiss.
Ladies' fine velvet black or brown slices, newest approved
lasts. Prices $3.00, $3.50 and.....................
Men's satin calf shoes in plain or cap toes, all leather doss,
Several styles men’s box calf shoe*, spiaodsl shore lor
Big assortment men's fine kid slices in the snappy, new lasts.
$2.00. $2.60 and up to................. f$J0
Men’s fine patent leather button or lace shore, dandy good
values for $2.50. $3.50 and.............................MM
of 63 pounds to the bushel, l^ast
session, that he and the Denison
year the wheat crop was officially Ice Co. bad come lo an agreement
placed at 268,000,000 and the concerning an old account cUimed
weight 60.7 pounds. by the company. The lee com pa-
lhe 27th Company of Coast Ar- ny has a claim for water furnish-
tillery, practicing with 10-inch ed the city, and the city has a
guns at San Francisco, hit a mov-1 claim against the lee company,
ing target at 10,000 yards six Councilman Hanna objected to
times in six shots. I “swaping,” as unbusiness-like.
Application is being made in The lee company having acknowl-
the Canadian Parliament for per- edged the validity of the city’s
mission to build a number of rail-J claim they should pay it, and if
roads in the far northern stretches I the City owes tho Ice company the
of British America. city should do likewise, he said.
115,000 tons of sugar are now Valuable SknMnfli
on the ocean bound for the United I —. , ... , ,
0. . , ,, n,... , , Ihe value of skimmilk as a food
States from the I hilippihes and jg n(q generally appreciated. Alone
Hawaii. I it is an unsatisfatory arlicle of
During the past week 11.000 diet-as must be taken in large
employes ol 40 lumber mills in ^?ant‘tieL ^or f 9Uffic**nt amount
„ , ' _ , T J of norishment, and it does not
Eastern Texas and Louisiana went "8tay by» very longf but combined
on strike because they were with bread or used in cooking
obliged to patronize mill stores, it forms a nutrition to the diet,
where prices were above the prices I Two and one-half quarts of skim-
milk will furnish nearly the same
amount of protein and about the
same fuel value as a pound of
in other stores.
The ocean Greyhound, Lusita-
nia, completed her third trip
across the Atlantic inside of 19
days and 18 hours, covering more
than 10,000 miles.
Last week a Pennsylvania test
train made the 105 miles between
round steak. Two quarts of skim
milk have a greater nutritive
value than a quart of oysters.—
A Bearded Freak
One of the eailiest of the Atner-
Valparaiso and Fort Wayne in 801 *can bearded freaks was Louis Jas-
per, who lived in southern Vir-
. . ginia at about the time of the close
Four immense hotels are to be of the Revolutionary war. His
built in the Ranier National Park heard was nine and a half feet
by the Chicago, Milwaukee and UonA ,and correspondingly thick
Pugent Sound railroad to attract L„u,Sb,5t.5w?8nw™aod
tourists. extend his arms to their ful
The Banta Fe railway company length, and still the ends of the
has gathered up all its engines in ®ouatache were over a foot bey one
use 35 years ago which cost some-1 118 ngerJ‘P8-~^ a- Lx^
thing like $8,000 each, and will
parade them through several west-
ern cities this fall accompanied
with engines which cost on an
A short cut railroad has been
built in Eastern Ohio to connect
the steel and coal regions which
will very materially reduce freight
The sudden and widespread call
tor paper drinking cups has
Wholesale Safpreszire sad Wrecking
An ordinance grunting the M.,| A* FMtf fwr* Aft
K.&T. the right of way oncer- Fifty years ago newsfiapers of
tain streets and alleys for the cut- ““ north were having strenuous
a .. . , times, as is evidenced l»y the fol-
off the company wishes to con- iowing iU;m in tbe tfew York
construct to connect the Dallas Evening Post of August 26, 1861:1
and Fort Worth line?, came up I “Since the 8th of August, seven 1
for action in the city council Mon- secessionist newsiwpers in the free
day night. Mayor Acheson stated £*'1* b'i
, ,, , mobs; four others in this city, and
the company would like to have one in Brooklyn, have l*en pre-
the matter acted upon as soon as sented by the grand jury of the’
l>ossible. Alderman llunua re- federal court; and their trunspor-
plied that he was not prepared to tation l»y mail forbidden by the
vote on tin- ordinance without %SS5L h« C.U
vestigatiou. He wanted to see a 9uppre98od b„ the United SUtes
blue print of the proposed line, marshal, and another in Penn-
and investigate the effect it might sylvania has received a warning.
iave on adjacent property. It was Altogether fourteen northern jour-
toe u„.ui„r opinion U.e ,u~:
council that before action on the marily rebuked, while the True
ordinance was taken the railroad American, at Trenton, N. J., has
company should give assurance of I suspended publication through
the early completion of a suhwav mob *a,£>' • *^*be °*
under their tracks at the.foot of b/a^Sbon sUSJr-
>\est Crawford street. The mat-1 day night An attempt had been
ter will l>e again taken up on re- made to hold a ’peace’ meeting in
ceipt of the blue prints. the afternoon at Stepney, a town
ten miles north of Bridgeport, but
hi its examination of alfalfa Union men dispersed the se-
. . cessiomsts, tore down tbe seces-
seed sent to it during the Present I jonist flftg whk.b had erect.
year, both by seedsmen and by and organized a Union meets;
armers. the Department of Bota- ing, of which Elias Howe, Jr., was |
nv of the A.* M. College has chairman and P. T. Barnum sec-
noted an alarming increase in the v .
„umi», of samples reveaiiu* teL J"' •£££'%?
presence of Russian Thistle seed. I proceeding to acts of violence, but
The farmer who intends sowing without effec t, for the Farmer I
alfalfa or clover seed should de- office was completely sacked at an
mand that such seeds are free e»rl>-bourjm the evening, a riot
, • n fpi * ,1 I also occurred at Danbary, in the
rom seeds of Russian Thistle, I e 9taU}on
and also from Charlock and Dod- by tlie efforts of the i>eace’ men
der. Even then he should send a | to hold a meeting,
sample to Dr. O. M. Ball at the A.
& M. College for analysis. | j. w. Madden presented every
school boy and girl a tin drinking
Italy t* Seize Trisoli. |cup WM)k. This was a'
Rome, Sept. 28.—The Italian thoughtful act which the children
government has notified Turkey appeciate
of its intention to occupy Tripoli
and Curene. I The work of putting in the gas
Economic concessions offered by antl water pipe9 on north Rusk
Turkey at the eleventh hour are ... ,____, , . ,
rejected by Italy, which announces “venue will all be completed by
its purpose to protect its interests Saturday night and the concrete
and its dignity in its own way, re- work will start Monday morning,
lying no longer on Ottoman prom-
“QeewhUUkens, Skllllngtou.” said
Blabsworth, meeting hli Chicago
friend In the corridor of a New York
hotel, “you must be proaperoual
aee you and Mrs. BklUtngton out mo-
toring In the park every blessed morn
Ing and afternoon. What doea It coat
yon?” “Nothing at all, Blab,” aald
BklUtngton. “The madam and 1 are
enjoying a few demonetratlone, that'*
all. With alxty firat-claaa cart on the
market one can motor around New
York twfce a day for a whole month
at the ooet of a blue veil and a pair of
Where the “Well Dressed’ walk
Price. $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
BRAY, The Shoe Man Lr
The Man You Want
If you want a new front put to your business
house, the man to see is
JOHN BROWN BRIDGE
the well-known contractor. He has
just finished the Madden building
and a number oI other business
houses. Drop him a line or see
him on tbe street.
With Dot and Gun
and lots ol game, the moot exhil-
arating aI sport is afforded over
autumn fieki and hillside; but if
your gun and ammunition is not
ol tbe best, tbe keenest ol sports-
men will only auffsr disappoint-
ment. In view of tins tact we wish
to call attention to die high qual-
ity of nfles and shot guns to be
ol Smith Electric Co., who
also carry a lull stock of the
beet —he# ti loaded and unloaded
Old Phone 285. New Phone 255
shells, black and
der, shot, etc
Smith Electric Co.
U7 8. Burnett Avw.
Italy bad granted a time limit
of only twenty-four hours to ac-
ceed to her demands.
Gen. Barnado Reyes, one time a |
formidable rival of Gen. Madero
for the Presidency of Mexico, has
suddenly left the republic. He
sailed from Vera Cruz Thursday
for Havana. It is understood his
destination is New York. His
strange action was a surprise.
Franz Kohfeldt has a large list
of Real Estate Bargains, but as he
is constantly making sales, it is
necessary that he keep adding new
properties to his list. If you have
Real Estate to sell, list it with
$10,000 Worth of Second-Hand Furniture ot Loss thu Half Price
We are loaded to tbe rim witn these goods that we bought cheap last spring and
give unheard-of bargains.
are prepared to
. Cook Stoves from $8.00 to.........$1.50
best Cane Chair only.............. 50c
___d Beadstead down to................$1.25
Nice Dressers down to..................$4.50
Bedsprings from $1.50 to............... 50c
Mattresses from $1.00 to............... 75c
Parlor Suits as low as..................$7.50
Solid Oak Bedroom Suita..............$15.00
A thousand other good deals.
Many of these goods are only slightly used,
nothing to age them.
Come in, it costa yon
Chets. H. Jones Sc Bro.
The Big Store on the Corner
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The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 26, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 1, 1911, newspaper, October 1, 1911; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth572276/m1/1/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.