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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 5 October 1900

mm ■<?v iSftSi Mil' * w&afe v, ,y ,v< wwri m where for being clcgantlyjbade, good mmmm ND SEE THEM Jmmmm WmSmÉ! '¡m •1- '"'$WÁSt'á per clothing. «1? MW®t' ¡>14. Ittjtf) sBSHlí'&L íKS mmk W- RU í : !'.' ■ • tnee pftots ill Sherman 25c to ll, Be with every boy' eult or y •'■•'" J<r* ií r '''¿¿ t'X- -^'. f '"*$'• Mr. and Mrs. Lee Peeler, who fyave been visiting Mr , Feeler's father, Chief of Police Blain, left tojlay for ttieir. borne in Dalla . They were ¡ac oompanied by Misses Johnnie and Hazel Blain; who will spend a week or more at the fair. . • % W. P. Dngan of Bell was in the city today. ,jXfe/4' :[,'.Vv^ fj'p; Í Mím Vera An ley left yesterday for Chicago where ahe will enter Sher- wood conservatory of mu lo for the coming winter. VÍ Clarence Ritenour is able to be up and on duty again today, after an ¡li- nees of two or three day . Frank Hamblin baa returned from • trip to Hot Springs and is looking better thw for years. James Hamilton of Wbitewrigbt, who báa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 6 October 1900

; ¡i ¡ f. i . / >:wm . ,A|<v l'X'í \ \ ^ A \ • •< V>> 'u i \ ák 4<®m/ . fciVJí «al í a : ,i wp OfMOB OV PUBLICATION: 1U |UU£ HO OBION STIUUn. a Hit KM AJI, TKXAS. UlUUtU A* Tí m ■ - zzzzzzz <.15. SHERMAN, TEXAS. SATURDAY. OCTO m&ffi a nr" K53F •,;; JHk KS3F «JRL.« g>-b mm iff" Vtfr Kl The more you know of it the more you want to know. Still lots of bargains Go see their ladies' kid gloves, dress trimmings, hair ornaments, shoes, '. :V 1 ! #'■• _ ■/O 1, m R. mm HIl1 Mili É4':h llii foH fSpRs«moa ■Hill POLITICAL f SITUATION r rüoseveLt's voice somewhat beftcr, but he complains of need of re8t. ^0BBC ASTER GROSVENOB fas the Unlimited Gall to Claim Ne- * bratka for McKinley~~Notes f" cf Bryan's Itinerancy. Hy Scrlppi^-McBae Pre* Association. Rock Island, 111.. Oct. 6.—When Roosevelt left here this morning his voice, which broke badly at Waterloo yesterday, was slightly Improved, but he Btill complained that he needed rest. ' „ Chicago, Oct. G.--"081cial Forec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 6 October 1900

i mimm lit' II, REJECT THE CLAIM if,.- Ri Sw EmBHM ■IÍBÉ ¡ • *,v is IPIfyi brat ion college in ■ A e gymnasium which of music, readings by tbe M M d abort addresses by the city who have enjoyed acquaintance With tbe themselves. Dr. Stinaon Dr. Scótt talked about the de- | G. Nash as to bia influence eational work. Rev. Dr, gave a beautiful and touching little «¡¡talk on tbe strength of character of Ata . Mary Nash. Tbe history of the school as given by members of tbe olass was full of interesting details and showed clearly some of tbe diffi cqlties wbich bad been overcome for tbe cauae of education. The oollege quartette, consisting of Misifte Minnie Btubbs, Lelia Hunter, Gertrude Bweatman and Lettie Bla- key, sang In a manner that brought many admirable comments. The sole sung by Mise Stubte was somethintr which was a source of pleasure to all present, rj ? | Yesterday afternoon tbe ooliege rls all enjoyed a half holiday. Home to spend it In the wooda and reshmenta in true picnio f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 6 October 1900

«ISÍTHE, KIND1WEl -SELL-- Worth goe« with beauty heroí| Furniatypga muBt be of the latest styles aud bigbe|t grade to find sbelfro<fm with us. '/We Ire constantly in touch with the New York njarkets. We keep staud- iug orders with the leaders of fashiou, heuce the new styles are - ' X ; \f seeu here weeks in advance of other stores. In this way we are all the time showing exclusive novelties. If you are not already a customer of ours, wc would like you to be. High Class Furnishers. WHfT A GRAYSON COUNTY JURV DEEMED S^AS AN ADEQUATE COMPENSATION. 13 ill |4 ,DOO won,ft t thefran<hjiJtent war- rants, has openly* bo&st/U that therti- poitof the cortimiaslon would not be made public. ^Áubm' facto'>av«,«á!u8ed \ ¡considerable speculation among Ter f|5r rttory people as to the reason why the report, ha not already been made J¡¡ „ public, or at least an official announce-; T B ™A" ment maae by the Interior Depart ^' that fraudulent warranto have found to be In existence, bo as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 6 October 1900

5as bfrro|«> feeui* Ht-in-r mssm® 82 1 Jj t0 in BjSgaSW'al | H HÜ^Mísi "3 'fS > to #1, >#£?•*: 60(1 0< Terapletonl o is recovering from of diphtheria, No es- alarm need' be occasioned bj !* mm M tbe little felltfW did noi ,,,,,,, «BMM! out of school. The prevalence of diphtheria in ought to make the mother* vigilant end watchful and tbi t their children complain of a throat they should have the ca«e disgoosed at once, -'-*1 SEVEKAL HUNDRED DOLLARS Laat Without Insurance When HeSn- itch'* Slaughter House Burned. Fire originating from aome on known cause destroyed the slaughter bouae of A. Helnisch in West Sher mam about 10:80 a. in. today. í'í|Íi|# had been no.fire about the place slncr laat evening, and then particular waa taken to extinguish tbs laat viaible «park. In addition to 4he building aome wagons and feed¡wer« destroyed. Mt. Heiolsch could. * adefinite statement of what «rill be except thatit will he hundred dollars without in 4 '«legyuo received thi« niornioK j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 8 October 1900

m 11''; i\iv's; ' &■ «Aw, 'fÍ; V ' ®\5 -■ ;¿«Vi ■ - v. . 5. .-■/■■•■■ . far v ©,>"■ A .j/ M Map ®a 1 . urJ& > JáiSM# •V- ■■■V.--V * - 'y c*-M\ v' ; v & %! A -%r iM' liLfci y (Mk \ ' « •X . .. K$* ' i *'íCI )7 I . \ i < v *r '• . . < Vv V(|L. 18. — U#riOE or rUBUOATIO*: 115 1ABT HOUSTON BTBKC1, SHtRMA . TUM. •* ' «BtWOID A *«« FOMft fc- 10 AT ílUUUIAJI. ' ; „ J ^ Í ...;— ¡— 11 „, ■ , t ,.., , ■ - .■—*•%; —•— ■"- : SHERMAN, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8,1900. i 'J I m m ,. ■ ■ -■ - if r a WANT I ■ The more you know of it the more you want to know. Still lots of bargains left. Go see their ladies' kid gloves; dress trimmings, hair Ornaments; shoes, ewelry. CV ^ NN K: i . R M'u'r. ARE ALL FOR SETTLEMENT. eil itself in the meantime, the remain- ing soldiers will he withdrawn tomor- row. Battery "C" will be sent home this afternoon. THE NATIONAL STRIKE LEADERS ALL WANT MEN TO ACCEPT THE OFFERED RAISE. fON-UKIOiN" i MEN ABE CAJOLED was frequently interrupted by ap- plaus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 8 October 1900

Hg Ito PBPPB1 without ILz • • Unmatwr- f from the of dwelling h to the largest vol that while the v. ! paper in circulation ; month, : had * wage-earner lean con gfcf more for His personal1ser- 1 vi« if in strong and vigorous «ro .a It. Br fp& blood & the , wend¿M íthe Ufe-giving and strength-mak- i the thick leaves fag part of the system. If it IW" T?iSechtttt"r is pare, all is well: if not, it d f nv?T0Zt should be purified with i* vlcloua oar Hood's Sarsapatilla, which ■ z *m¿ ?n\ chtTl, makes the weak strong. 0 at a great rate and tb* , IMered. To free Itself Can Eat - Wá* tired out, kid™ wvb assault the cat spit and appetite untó / took Hocxfs Sarsapama. „ and howled, hut It was of nc Jt built me right up and I can eat heart- be bird kept at It until their en Etta SV. Hag*?. Aihol, Ma$j. y of 12.000.000 in LpsSfl way we can^t tfcJl mmm WfrWr#* nduced to make a ad incidentally : vote for the the late king of ■or saw him hat once arose from a fad of • majesty Holds tp e s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 8 October 1900

orn nuil ml, Hill 9214c rns ern -,.v rice Tr •d, 85c ply cial ed d, 'l- f Up. 1 fder. to the 3, 1 to . rm onthi Hi IS, ' • «V ■ :T. A. >' I ¡ H ISJHE, KIND'WEl t-SELLr* V Ik ./• V^ortb goes with bt-uuty here. I' * ' ' - /' ! . ' , " I 1 ' 'L' ' Jtnroisbinga nui.it be of the latest styles ami highest gr&de to find shelf room with lie. We are constantly in touch with the New York markets.. We keep stand- ing orders with the leaders of \ fashion, heuee the new styles are seen herti weeks in advance of other stores. In tblt way we are all the time showing exclusive novelties. If you are not already a customer of ours, we would like you to be. I'ROHIMTION AJÓBITY ■a OF OVER FIVE HljfNDRED SHOWN IN FAVOR OF LOCAL OPTION z ELECTION SATURDAY IN VAN ALSTYNE JUSTICE BEAT. The Friends of the Ordinance Say They Will Increase to $100 the Reward for Arrest and Convic- " .' - ■ v ■ „ . i ■' tldn of Violators. Douglass & Livingston. High Class Furnishers. •t.9 ; ; Sherman Opera House. LO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 8 October 1900

mu •5 of Da*! , J. T., lohr trota a Chicago, ft stock i@L. *¡ fc Joo bus where he ha of Uaruware. Col. K. K. Rudolph, editor of the Van Álatyno New / wa In the city yestertrjjiy, and paid the Register a vlBlt. |É 1 |§p§ $JM \ Bd Kunyan haa come up «rom Mc- " ' ' IM f Courier. The Register wel- comes Mr. and Mrs. Ruuyan back home. of Vernon. I in the on a visit to hi# brother, A. Y. Creager. Mr. and Mrs. Bd Seay of Key. Tex., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wal- «acá."f ■?; J H, Randell of Denleon, was In the city today on legal bualnewu;.,:#® Road master Burke of the "íelSs and Pacific, was In the elty Saturday. Capt. Tom W. Burke of Howe was in the city today. Henry Boise of Hows was in the city last evening. <\ SV J <jWÍ$& S , Judge Adams of Howe was In the city yesterday., 'OA £ ' ' Judge A. G. Mosely of Denlsoti, wan in the city today. Ig^SP'®#5 Mrs. W. . JOllir óf Pottaboro. is vis- iting her mother, Mrs. Oearge Lind- say. iS IH WÉ& ' sale lilts Ibutors. • that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 9 October 1900

¡s -1 ■: J /■ , i i ■ l''}, ••'' ! :'í>¿í Vi'"' [H, ¿JÍ^Q a I « Mi - ^ • \\ ■ v ... i t í/ 'V'"' f \ ■' ' 4 . 'V x • Mí •• r..,i fe w m ■ tÍí4, •i ■ i' i ¡-*w ®®R®s WWrfr^, ' ;>< -v <* \. ' i > ®* f l|W " ~yjr orna o ruBiioAsioM: ua un houston smart. bhkkmam, tizas. ■MTIKSD a* TBI POVS1 fc- 101 AT aHSUf AM. TllAt, Al SBOOan-CJLASB MATTU. L. 15. ■"- "!" f!'l - 1 i 1 SHERMAN, TEXAS, TUESDAT. OCTOBER 9,1900. iSU , ^V' , fmmm , 4 Yellow Front, 1 ai m É? Hli 'v'-l ■■ ' mm ¡ ffnm-', P:S||; w; kittle Cost LADIES' $13.50 LADIES' 12.50 LADIES' 7-50 LADIES' 6 00 LADIES' 2.00 CHILDREN'S 6.00 CHILDREN'S 3 50 CHILDREN'S 2.50 JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS $5.00 3 00 2.50 2.00 1.00 3.00 2.00 1.50 ■0: ioys W. R. PRITCHBTT RIP IS A ^ TRIUMPH. 71 AN REFUSED TO LEAVE AT CAMP POINT WHERE CROWDS AWAITED HIM. ■ - ' pp , • . - LOOSEYELT 18 RESTING a quiet day hero making several short speeches to different bo.dies. Tonight he will address a meeting >vlii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 11 October 1900

IJ I m 1 i OINQI O* PUBLICATION: jl SABX HOUSTON tvrUKXI, KHtttMAN, TMM ■NiuucD ii Ta roen ios at a huma*, iuai, ai ■V— , . I. I ■ l'ltM ■ ■ !'■■< ■■■ VMb 16. SHERMAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11.1900. fg i" &liÍpwW|S Wmmm Bargains ett Yellcrw Front. LADIES' $13.50 LADIES' 12 50 LADIES' 7-50 LADIES' 6 00 LADIES' 2.00 CHILDREN'S 6.00 CHILDREN'S 3 50 CHILDREN'S 2.50 JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS JACKETS $5.00 300 2.50 2.00 1,00 3.00 2.00 \M mm y. W. R. T-* : CITY SCHOOL TAX MATTER K HAS REACHED A CLIMAX. ^NT lies lulick, A CALL FOR A SPECIAL MEETING TO-NIGHT TO LOOK INTO AND INSPECT THE BOOKS OF CITY ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR EDGAR REEVES. Reeves Says the Books are Open and Chairman [imball of Tax Committee Says That Mr. Reeves Has Demanded Long ago a Look at His Books—Aldermen - Dulin and Moyer Make Statements. *S IggistsJ G CO. |r of [can list This morning a petition asking for a special meeting of the board of aldermen to be held at the city hall tonig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 11 October 1900

4ML M*rtué , —cttire, apari «¿¡$ til* ~\ 9,v'W\ wii 3.M7.0O0 v float ot el*)>tr-two , *L*. Tm>jr«]j|| candidates for HQ seats íf> ^ fe:; Timas ter Want Column. Of*Utn served in 86 venta per doaen at the tn Lunch Room ALE-Good muden cottage, five and hull, city water a fl good well: bam, *owRhoi e, buggy-house. and Churchill haa probably ixiivuln. fart caeU, balance Jihcrai term*, thing out of the ÍTrana-,J WmmM anybody : J VHSSt I^VSffi ' ' V • I \ i" HfefB )D8 mm him to favor the and the the , ta *rhy tin armor with the Han- if waa not an ■• W ■¿m " *■'* • 7' '..T". r Philippine lalanda on r Me the United lacquuiti pi the tariff would be the producta ot the I bé ifllowed duty. auch precedent, able article m&m to i . ■ '«I Point There are three representative of foreign countriee at Weat Point, «4- mltted by the cuatomary courteay of govenunant to government: Cadet Al- job Of tike president of Ecua- dor; Cadet Iglesia ,' a brother of the preaideht of Coata Klca, and Cad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 11 October 1900

1 Motop« Rawo ii 7 Biinj Your Bicycle to «V*i« ■}**< fl^AaofBl. I andKmdj nd Wmn J*o aiO South Tiavla Talaphona lOÁ-S. Roberts UticM. Sherman Opera House. I<OOU lARXZAN, Hiwa|a*i TO-NIGHT! Ruble Theatre Co. The Fwr-act Sensational Drama, Bessie's 10, 20, 30 Cents. Tuesday Night, Oct. 23,1900. Grand Concert by the Famous Mexican Military Band, <1 1 60 Performers/ V 16 Soloist*. Tour by Special Pmnisslon of President Diaz. :;jv'"V ■' .Ví V . 5fI M.'" - Prices, - 35c to $1.00. Seats on Sale at Barradall'aCafa. % \ \ MR. BURL P. SMITH OF 8HERMAN WA8 AJ THE BIRTH PLACE OF V ' ■ * >K"*> V v 1 rV y '•'/ WILLIAM J. BRYAN., tfgG THE DAY Ofr HIS ltECEPTION. / ' * He Bays the Trains Were Full of ft-? y ' • i* v Bryan Votes All Through the Red Hot Center of Political Ex- y Worle is being pushpdaa fast as possible on tbe overhead equipment of the electric road In Sherman, and ^on the grade apd bridging of the Inter, liirban between the two cities. i Si — i M '" Twentieth Century. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 11 October 1900

mm i-mm™ j* . • 4 |§3 «*«*. , in Paris. «- arrwimre up •oaiy'28, •■;:.. 'V v iFemBSB H c.^iM w mmsmi S.':'- rm^ii Pfl " j^fefóá , ;íJ.V^5"'Sft >*&&** '5 '-*M ', .-jr..V >\VS:;^v- >; ifi !W ifel rlppftfkl "liatón Lin* M^V. .mmm. Shanghai, Oct. tl.~Advlccm tro,v. long contemplated ¡to pfo Tin# >u will leave today, It consists of five troops, British. 0 and Italian . ¡|§|¡i ——— IN THE TRANSVAAL. ái^lfJsEpi a§0l -;'"'11"'.'.: The Boer* Ara «« CUvlnp the Brit i«ti Troop Work. ",^ST«"^zurv.po« . Colonel DéWate'# Infintry have been ' engaged tor two or thro day. wifh k the enmy near Reitzburg, south ot river. The Boer were finally «jKy.^vsJ lurg, Oct. ll.-H1 reported r. C. B, Watson's Dcniion Road. A force of county convicts hopa Work oil tho new Deulson rood around the Frisco reservation today. | Registration. At 3:45 p rn. regiotrntlon had reach ed a total of only 734. For nine days It wfil -. exceeu 800 at 8 p. m. ¿'¡f |5 I Ü?" semm In tUfr British camp that the Soer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 12 October 1900

\ "t * Wv'.:" -M1 $ i a •■-.I;.? :A.;-4 ^. k"' - . . J.'v'' w TgfSx teííSfifi.ss ! < .' 1 " T'IBr'W'/ orno O* rOBUOATlOK: US UW HOD8TON RUIt, BUfXH* AH, «">• K «TUUCU Af HI POStt U 1 • " .. v JA ^ 11 • ^ v \ i ' Vv-r?'' iiVA'Vv;:' - - ■ . ' SHERMAN, TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER IS. 1000. •; Because I am better prepared than ever to honest values, combiued with íÜS Ss^VÍÍ&Ímí-1' t ts®Sg;^^BS!BiT™OT SNAPPY, •"; i- Chambers Fits tC'ffltVlr- LADIES' $13.50 JACKETS LADIES' 1250 JACKETS LADIES' 7-50 JACKETS LADIES' 600 JACKETS LADIES' 2.00 JACKETS CHILDREN'S 6.00 JACKETS CHILDREN'S 3 50 JACKETS CHILDREN'S 2.50 JACKETS 8«« tb« 8 well eat Ladies' Bool In Sherman. .., - MMIIPtilá ■ - ■ 1 L™*, _* Glass Kid top, Stitched toe, Medium weight «ale. Ju«t the thing for light street wear, only . M'c'r. 110 North Travis Street. FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS IN JEOPARDY AT WOLFE CITY *ís&¡ PIKE ORIGINATING IN A SEED CONVEYOR AT THE HUNT COUNTY OIL COMPANY'S SEED HOUSES SPREADS RAPIDLY AND GETS BEYOND...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 12 October 1900

waBtmasSít^M Mmm Wsmmm ÜH ■IIééé ber io ¡¡lit con- oí good* WpMMi mmMi wmÉ \':' • •'/;■ !«■ m¿á s :^ífé|p <m4 ÉfÉlffg to Orifico the ■ ' " and GLASS i ~TTt latest r ot i' ntlÁvivIuef. ljH^#n¡>«it! Potter'.® to tame is a the lovsctor pocket httudkefchleí. , The Idea is to have one small enough to tuck Into the wrlítvoí the new wj-Utliund sleeve. lira. Brcwii Potter's are oí the flncat linón m lawn ñve inches equare, edged wHl> very narrow lac?, 'With "Cora" embroidered in one cor- i £>M&£SÍ ííK mm and (Morton* omu. Experiment have for some time teen made in England with smokeless coal. This peculiar fuel may be burned either in an ordinary grate or In a basin in the middle of the room with- out developing any perceptible odor or smoke at any time.' The Are look like the finest coal fire, and the flame Is white and blue. 1B^W| n if rojftible for the great raft of HOLIDAY Rulo of Thibet ! City, Sven Andera Hedin, a traveler, ac cording to 'a letter published in Mos- cow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 12 October 1900

-.-.**cnrc*s«i -. «H2PAIR SHOP -mp,,.;., n . , T_ iW|^É|ft®®/ ^¿l4s- v Bias * m H|i«alKlty or Mil JKlnAa of SD* v Wolam Bawonnl ud R*bOJ a«Md i bins or YsuSss ni Wma* *® o«o " aio Mouth s k*4 ' ~ xtUfhtM iM-a. .BriiYoir Bicycle t« ■jímí Botots&SticM. Shermán Opera House. r-V^' " XiOVUmmM.mM.WlJkWi? TO-NIGH^! Ruble v Theatre Co. Tbe Laughable 8-Aot Comody Uncle Nat's Money. 10, 20, 30 Cants. asaa Tuesday Niohx, Oct. 23,1900. Grand Concert by the Famous Mexiosn Military Bund, "El Man" CO Performeia. 15 Soloists. Tutir by Special Peí mission of President Diaz. Prices, - 36c to $1.00. Seats on Sale at Barradall'a Ciafe. NOTHING ACCOMPLI^HEu NIGHT'S MEET] llii mm Wm ■"«if- .-f; the special meeting of the city council! night resulted in considerable d1 sion, but it might as well not been held for work accomplished. vrnrifj JWM" (ta rn through ■"'iH jw Oity Tax Assessor Reeves Expresses Himself Very Plainly to the Board—Chairman Kimball Defends Vigilance of the Tax Department—Aldermen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 12 October 1900

3ÜÜ II 111 and fei:ííps-f iü& >ok of capes ill's ;1Í SB té' ssí: F* * I V HSs^ ildn't Risk the the county clerk office re- ived a warning not to Issue license certain young gentleman and lady from the Indian Territory because the young roan was under age. The warning came by telephone from the youths father who also gave the name of the man who would he with them and [call for the Hncense. He anked the clerk to tell theiu to come back home and wait until they were old enough to marry. About 2:30 the party suspected by the father came In and called tor the license but when told he ran the risk of a two years sentence he refused to make the a® ? davit. At 3 p. m. the young folks woh beg tor their names not lo be used said they would take U e old man's advice and come back home, mm, IMSGIBTRATION. Gave Bond. ! I conspirators were arrested and be- B. P. Flowers indicted for' false headed: a wearing to secure a marriage lincease [Note—This Is the city where Bisl.op was admitted to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 October 1900

T HOUSTON tTKItn, SHgUMA*. X JÜ £—___u. Bill OF rUBUOATiOJ* 't ' - SHERMAN, TEXAS. at Yellow mWWmzw * ! mmm mMPmWM m&ix-w w!M!;0®$A LADIES' $13.50 JACKETS LADIES' 12.50 JACKETS 7-50 JACKETS 6 00 JACKETS 2.00 JACKETS CHILDREN'S 6.00 JACKETS CHILDREN'S 3 50 JACKETS CHILDREN'S 2.50 JACKETS LADIES' LADIES' LADIES' y W& A III it'- not I corrí ;ellj i CO. f n u>r fur •tli .25 MR. REEVES WILL DEMAND IMPARTIAL INSPECTION. A STATEMENT FROM CHAIRMAN KIMBALL OF THE MUNICIPAL TAX COMMISSION RELATIVE TO THE POSITION TO BE TAKEN NEXT MONDAY NIGHT BY HIMSELF. It Will be Requested That a Committee From Which the Tax Chairman Shall be Excluded Shall Eater the Office of the Assessor and Oheok it up Ab Initio Ad Finitum and a Public - Report Made. Alderman W. R. Kimball, chairman taf the city council's tax committee, ¡[today gave to the Register the follow- ing Official statement^: "On Monday night full concurrence of City Tax Assessor and Collector Reeves and his sureties I will intro- duc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 October 1900

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Publication Title: Sherman Daily Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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