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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 October 1900

p : ; In tho Kour-AÁ Comedy Drain , §t XO, 20, 30 Cents. 1.? ■ • — — >NS if -ms#.* * kh.aj* **sju± wmmm 0 £& ALONG •MH VESTIBVLED TRA1N5 TO JT.LOVU AND KANSAS CITY. OBSERVATION LIBRARY ¿UEEPEttS. HARVEY DINING HALLS Ml THE WAY. w Each udü f dlvlnlon of ¿«OttlVt pro- h History Lvlal da y w up Ittriié, If* * Itllotij ■ owl aavo, ' to i$t. & ••• | Hi Iref.uty of I I Is the Cotton Bolt train which leaves Waco at 7.4 3 p. m., Corsicaná at 10.,00-p. ai?, i'jrt Worth at 9.SjTp. m. and Dallas at 10.15 p. m. It reaches Louisville at 7.35 1 o'clock the second moihing, from'. three to four hours quicker than the trains via all other lines. This train carries handsome free Chair Cars to Mernphir-, _ I Sleepers to Texarkana, Parlor Cafe Cars Tcxarkana to Memphis, and both Chair Cars and Sleepers, Memphis to Louisville. if you uro tMnlciog nf folnff t<i the Renolou nt Loulrrllle, write for rmr little booklet, "A day on n I'arlrip Cafe 0 r," Ills un euterUliiinB lIMle utory of a bris...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 October 1900

pgr JP - Mutual the union Ocorg# R ftt t * J^iip i/&w!£h'l ipL ago two men bed of their mutual friend, B it. Reeves, for Whom (hey the last attention hands could render, and pledg- other that the one who other should prepare the ? j grave" it was no jout, but a solemo et made that day In that solemn between W. B. (Bill) Chllea, who wore tho gray u an artillerist under (Jen. Shelby, and George W. [Green who wore the blue as a vol- unteer Int tbo Fourth Indiana, men jwho faced each other imninchlngirijt battle but1 who met when it was over and clasped hands tn a friendship that never wavered. , 'M m RRMVPf SK; Yesterday in a sorrow shrouded home at Pottsboro, a sljent man, gray nd wéatherbeate and «lone tonder- reparcd a' cold ánd lilwt form iopulohrfcH Scores ot hands vol- troteered to assist, but a Bill Chiles Swore to T-ast Attention Either at Mortal Hands. i Pledge Ke] m mm ..inn, nr. j iii'ii' fSiiSa ler Station was literally Jamed TTjilng ^waiting the tnival of the Houston! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 October 1900

lie i . 4 •^V'vi?W* W'' .A" i m iy. Co. rSE Í!#$" fill it ah I'll not wcii I correct! J If/ , I ■ Pv flv^ i go. m w ¿iSM .15. S-t'' ?te 'r-w £¿yí ■'« ni'.' '"i ' iiiVi. 'i '¡Wfcn1 .V | !■<■■,'' i., iV'ii.L'.ii ■.'I'.J " v.f omoi or POBIOOATIOJI: 118 un HOUBTOH STB* . «HUMAX, tUM ; 1 | r u;;'" a • i1 ■' ■ • 1 ■ ■ * KMTBKKD At XH« POBTt . IOB AX BBUEKMJ ■■ '•>. ■ [ '"i «"'i .1, ■■ " 1 . .' r-^TTT-77 ' , SHERMAN, TEXAS, MONDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1900. =¥= i' gns g®mmsrn. Because I am better prepared than ever to honest values, combined witbfllf mm SIÍ APPY y Chambers i. ladies' $13.50 jackets ladies' 12 50 jackets Ladies- tso jackets ladies' 6 00 jackets ladies' 2.00 jackets children's 6.00 jackets utilutdm children's 3 50 jackets children's 2.50 jackets , 1 ■ ■■l"l<IH|. mrnmmmmmmmm fiS ft ■ mstion of 'Sbo#«. R. tbo lining, an4 iwmIÍÍNppsí JRR y buy «Inly ueh Shoe m RR will siüirí oomfort nnd rotula IllllpSir dres y #ppeár nce ■ for | many week*. •\ Ü W*SM 0ÜR SHOES APPEAL TO CAREFU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 October 1900

I 11 •'. \ Ififlfe .j ■¿> J-'Kém €¡m ,1T,r, ,..,,|||ppp low prices during August and September io 3ftd atttentiou aod brought cou- 3ut we have so much of this class of goods Mil0 ¿WM* «BS SSriwSwSPsjr ■ Ü ;: ;v. ::.$;;íi(ÍÉfe5?^ftÍ JHBHj Theieíore 1 will continue to sacriñce the CKOOKERE «nd (41, A 88 ARE to make room if possible for the great raft of HOLIDAY OOODB at we have bpiifiht. Bo follow the orówda and you will land at Gates' í'Siiííáfc' \;ÁÍ:' . / ' rf & iá^Éíiv LJi ' > border town Mag about a ww the elegant railing of standing. One disliking the contt nental fashion In which It was bolo laid out, said. In disgust: "I'd rather dee then be burled In sic a place!" "Vfawl, Us the verra reverse wl me," said the other, "tor I'll be burled no- where else It I'm spared." fl'.'.'lj; >.' v t Hirpariif^l imfl All (biTtd* Though separated by the storm and washed In different directions, all the members of the Stubbs family at Gal- veston were rescued. Father, and two chil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 October 1900

ü F;\ mypRMS| lovm Tuebe^y IíTGHT, Oct. 23,1000. i Grand ", ■ j Wi (JO Performers. 15 Soloists. Tour by SpedoJ PermUsSon. of President Diaz Mm* Prices, «« ' p$|g '5 '¿h >;•, :$&% wjy üf', 35c to $1.00. Seats on salo at Barrada!!' Cafo. * Éffi ¿iOlitTTilHG 5EE ALONG VLST1BVLED TDAIN5 TO JT.10VB AND KANSAS CITY OBSERVATION LIBRARY .SLEEPERS. HARVCY DINING HAttí AU TOE WAV. y. í - .v : . '::... . • •: rain e SGteew j •;. í&m Is the Cotton Beit train which leaves Waco at 7.45 p., m., Corsicana at 10.00 p. m., Fort Worth at 9.55 p. m. andDalla* 1 at 10.IS p. m. / It rcachcs Louisville at 7.35 o'clock the second morning, from three to four hjürs | quicker than the trains via all other lines. '■'* This train carries handsome free Chair^ifs -to Memphip. _ ,,. .... :w_. Sleepers to Texarfcana, Parlor Cafe Cars Tcxarkana to Ménipfciá,: and both Chair Cars and Sleeper#, Memphis.to Louisville. If reo r thinking óf eolng tu the EeanRid t l.ouli>vllle, write fur our little booklet. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 October 1900

vUJl aesifi'?}' Bifes in the year , ft® Children's,: mm $&>"• J'' ,■ -v ■ '. ' or ¡5 ' ■ Ü3 very well I BR flpK a. .";i5í*Í^p. :¡ j oía nerman Hoy, it lifter an absence of tea is as greatly changed for better in appearance at be found the old city. Mr#. C. J. Hundley and Mies Sallie Hundley of Commerce are Welting V Mrs. H. F- Oriffln of College Park. r" ~— '••'* Scott returned to Houston ing, , * |p ; _ , - neither Polk Burhans of Denton. ills wife and daughter, cám« i see a city today and attend the Buffalo Bill .performance. They paid the Register a visit. Mr. and Mr . Tom Randolph have returned from the North. Scot and Louis Dumas came up from Van Alstyne today. ítfl®*v3£«FSSfli ■ V. •' time to buy .0 the place. MS tMm CANÉ VS. JOHNSON GRASS. ' Some Later inUresttna Features Found by Mr. Todd. •' nse stock of capes Bqgpa :>** v^voeTÍ and children's Jáckets. f- ... ':c\ .?;V -.' '■ '?!■ :<V; ?V.T'j -VÍ*Í : ¡ .".iL't1 ' -"•'■'-¿.ClC l' Wmtmm Register asked hit 8i rapp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 October 1900

PJ-.t Mé ' ' : % X rare, '>1 I 1 if. >' J ^¿Sééí? S&srM 4:¥^jiS- ill, if c< « o. II & BíSfí >jS7** it. "^íl IPllaP orrioi or mjbmcatioii: RS9II • 'J 'v.—'ji< ■ ".u. , ■■_■■ '.' 1 ■ .,,—B—T —rr~—'——1"r-* 1 ; - - • ■ - - SHERMAN, TEXAS. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 61, 1 M ■-C ■•■" V:-.v, " .y : . , r.v /■ STUBS?i HSBMAl ,TBlA.a. PfWW y ■' ■:■ ■ it aKfttaB Because I am bell prepared than ev hnnesUvalues, combined with™^ : v "B , UP-TO-DATE SI ■ '.gC ^amm 'm^ím am vMÜMPS h^h| . ,,., !xfo.•'? «vil j LADIES $13.50 JACKMS «i ■.'■'.-';:.',%;C i# w$m 3 i->! íáí ■Tiy ;pS^áíl|g;#í0 , .y RgsSiHfcffiBy %-\s> <■ < r/. 5¡SEI3 LADIES' 12.60 JACKETS ; ?* ■ I * S LADIES' 7-50 JACKETS ' LADIES' 6 00 JACKETS LADIES' 2.00 JACKETS CHILDREN'S 6.00 JACKETS CHILDREN'S 3 50 JACKETS CHILDREN'S 2.50 JACKETS ISÍF —i— mmmmmmmmmmmrnsi mms mam ..mtmm¡ ' ' "... ;■• v , - '. "?||||j||Í^ till'I II ú it W m-ZtexAn :^|| Nti m #■ 1 *- ■HSÉS& -.v.. ñ-*v:^ír- ?Sll§r SHERMAN IS NOW THE MECCA OF ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 October 1900

iÉ¡Éy -\ « iP ' .'r,'"1' V; , i v > ti -.¡i . i < \ .y M í '¡, ■ ' \lr MMM WSm r !;/'%«© If under British ■H K|p¡ Éí ¡ ' lo con- If-vw-/ £te$ OKOOKERH and OLA88 ra ft of HOLIDAY GOODS " ; IB _ .m lip raw Hi DepeW «04 the Girls. | A ^ f ,: Diirln®jitttiátor Depew's address tbe studenta of the Chlc«fcVnlire^ •fay tbé college búfí ' king: '^How Tho senator ' w i d ¿ "How many of you girls would like to seo the flag hauled down In the Philippine#?" Atf lóné respond- I for *>how Of hand ; he he hail scorod against had possessed tho r opportunity they turned tte tables Chauncey very neatly by replying: r said In this city on May 21, | Dep«W, that "If we" sho - Philippines we the govertt- Its foundation." Was this true then? Is It not true v' /'mi ariiit «Íéa tliilf íKa t nr*i*<vici¿> A# Increase of andnavy, and of tbe taxes to their support, would &< condition "oontóiK „„„,irn>. „l " Vnn ,1 iH® #1 ' 4 mrnMmm WSaBfi %* - • '«'-?vj ;'i BSKIBPíe ■HP qur ■M cannot bav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 October 1900

„ l. :?■ I • .'Lvte-i is, Ind 8ti live «took [. J). Itroat. eribed. Itiist «Ida KÍtV j ltcason-j ft denialf D. >n m |e «oper-1 wltuont ! I, Texas lp.m. 14. I. Tuesday Night, Oct. 23,1900. Grand Concert by the Famoui Mcxiowi Military Band, "El Man" mí 60 Performers. 16 Soloist . Tout by Special Permission of Pi- esident Diaz *■ ..." - , •• c £ 1 Y , A, ' > 1 V' ■ * S - s , ¿\'\V- «, • <■' J f '' 'V, 'a JilVi' lr~. v ^ Prices, - 35c to $1.00. Seat on sate at Barradali'a Cufe. SOMETHING SEE ALONG VEST'BW£D TBAINJ TO STUMS AND KAHSAS CITY. OBSERVATION LIBQABY 51HPEU5. HARVEY DINING MALLS AU THE WAY. I Is the Cotton Belt train which leaves Waco at 7.4. p. m., Corsicana at 10.00 p. m., Fort = Worth at 9.55 p. m. and Dallas .11 at 10,15 p. m. ' It reaches Louisville at 7.35 o'clock the second moinirtg, from three to four hours quicker than the trains via all other lines. . ? This train carries handsome free Chair Cats to Memphi.. _ Sleepers to Texarkana, Parlor Cafe Cars Texarkana...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 October 1900

.-" tew 'Jlv^'-^-'' r&P: M '"' i .' - : ■' ■ • - ' télk ¿el, district clerk Ot Rqbért- 1* In itoe city on a business trip combined, p , and Crumpecker of uro vlsititig Mlsse líjdua f the Van Alstyne r wa In the city last evening ind took in Buffalo Bill. Fred Will I ford manager pf the Dánl- son Hiichange Southwestern j^Tele Kraph and Telephone company was Miss Vftllle BlasBingame of Blmont Is Visiting her sister, Mrs. T. L. Nichols'of Northwest Gray- in the city today on a busi- Cummins of m and Attorney John Suggs of the same city attended court here today. <JOT rid"Of A DESPERADO. S3 7; ><< glM ; But It Won't Do to A k Horace Mar- shall What He Got in Exchange. niBjfciflBB mm 3' and children's jao MB & MIRHRm IMsMm ...Ifcin. .4kii .uffo* i. nifti*.■ jdRhi. • !'j ;.f?4,~ .Sumatra Wrapper, w - (tinder and * filler of i cd a wtctt k SrAlVidll Hi HPRwpI la W'J Mmm wW r ' mm tti toadi ot th« ibtritt íW' V J«*rv« n iiift «fo «Us y , < S The Wkwi Bell of I urant, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 17 October 1900

eware, )X. |it afa brrccUy7' ill, l\ [ Vv V,' I ' " t Í " VV* : !' ,\ : . A ' '\ „ 1 " .'••v " t m / Í ^ A ___¿4jL A I Si fe .. A j ,,, •$K' Vv-s Ur QB Of rOHUOAXIOM: Ul Mil HOUSTON STWUrt, UIKHlIt, TIZAS. imiuo av tbs row u ica a* shuha*, tiui, ají ■■oohd-olam maru. VOl,. 15. SHERMAN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1000. • * wsm? Attraptionst ¥ § 3 3 ¡S f .5 £ •a Japaness and Mexican Bric-a-Brac French and Bohemian Goods. Wedgewood & Rockwood Pieces. Great "Vatjety New Gut Glass, odd shapes and Cuttings Italian Stationery, Poets and Composerá. Indian Terra Cotta Pottery. Shelf Ornament in Dark Bronze, Maroko and La Cagle Bronze. Turkish Stationery. New Line Ornamental Tapers. Large Line Sterling Silver Novelties. AH at Reasonable Prices Murphy's Basement.. & £ & & & & £ & £ & & ft & & & & "S-: & & & fc & & £ & Love's Arrows wTthMore Potent. wh^n Tip^d Whitmoii's Cantiles. . M¡)4 Delieititis Product of tlie C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 17 October 1900

.aptt.""L -f A QÜBSTlÓN Q*> TEA, wmm pi re í will continue to sacriifSc «ha CROOKEKR and Of.ASS- 5 to make room-if possible for the great raft of HOLIDAY GOODS wd and you will .land at (Íate ' So follow thicrpwdsjfnd you SideOf-'S^^Bfa a houthv , oo North Wde of Square. of Vol venal Off Sow mgm emblem of royalty, dragon la. If V Product blond- occurred Usually it te thirsty massacre that hare an rising from the aea and have done much to bring the tea uties- at 'the sun, thus expressing clou prominently before" the American n. The people. Every unn who known the na- the dragon* tlve Cltipaman «b he really 1 ; know , throne the dragon's throne, that be la a «harp and unscrupulous a privilege allowed trader, and if baa been a matter of See the dragon's lace? common report for years that t hateas ere t I a dragon; a «hipped from China to this country on the Chinese flag, were either of tho most Inferior variety is called "Lung" in China or teas-tbat had been "¿ictored" after ibollwts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 17 October 1900

\ J T i^r6ra loüia hjirjirjty, mkiiko THÜHéDAt NlOHT, Oct. 18, :s ains, wad re. •-.V ' 8$? •"/ m Í.P.&' W. ««boro I * % ;h«riimn, Tex. 1 jen §L 'S-fií' u-' •' Blunt' atei)I JEuti'i laimneut. Tin Old South and 1#tlie New. >v ft Billing Arthur Johnson. j| Inatructive. , Beautiful. Highest Korm of Modern Amuaoinent. PrioeB 25c to $1.00. Feats on Bale at Barradall'a Cafu, J BOARD Of ni., mu 1W "T7 1 adjourned session helo at the city hall to hear legaj. opinions CONCERNING SCHOOL TAX And the Matter Goes Up to the Tax Collector for His iDellberajtlon Un- tH Next Monday. mi man, Texas Flionu Í74-2.1 iurpbyBlock. eer. ,, iiv and slain. 1 and livv stock| tb side square \ M. D. M Throat/ l Preicribed.; ore, esat *jl Iisi51 nan,Tex, látes. K«aso| 1 having dentr rd, M. IlIGEOjy Is the Cotton Belt train which leaves Waco at 7.45 p. m., Corsicana at 10.00 p. iii., Fort Worth at 9.55 p. ra. and Dallas at 10.15 p. m. It reaches Louisville at 7.55 o'clock the socon.i morning, from three to f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 17 October 1900

' ||R at; \ sr "*•* SNESSK «T* §& ¿Sires _ .■MStfgf® tffyl Ü " i--:■■;'■ ?■" itore is the place. h foliage BPBPP' ímense stock of capes if and children's jackets. ÍH1 Im&M ..; 11 ' -' ".""" evening at the .'opt house occurred tho i>opu|itr Tpáchi Annual Hoci tal oí Mary Nash college, The etirtaln went up at 8:3o. buiI Míhh ioIo us an Intro duotory number. Sh<<-nlayed Hhnp sodie No. 12 by Lit In r manor tint displayed the beauty of his style with rta remarkable qualities of delicacy. liighcGt human emotion were swayod by pure ton ofhannony. iM m f M|sS Frances Cetiuvleve Bádgeis next came on the stage and magnifi- cently Illustrated some very difficult phase? of expression.. The chareetei sketch of "yommy" was given In a manner ttyil' wan ¿hove criticism. But following thla was "The Mesago," by Proctor, which aroused deep oa- thuslaam, and there were instances during tho leading when hearts were too full for utterance, The remarka- ble success with whirtj Misa Rodger...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 October 1900

p Mal fjli MM JL \W~' íy O OHIOI or rOBLICAWO*: Ul XABT> HOUSTON HKU1, CHKKMA . TSXAB At IB1 rom. k- 10 At 8UXKM AM, < V ■' . - np¡m¡ •k. Is. Ln. pea! llon- the the year /% of, ' * Ived, peon |boí len.: to :jp Jare (tris f llttiv OI. 15. ■ - ' *>. SHERMAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1900 INVESTIGATION WAS STARTED BY THE SPECIAL COMMISSION. — m miíA1 I! sOMM mm m m Japanese and Mexican Bric-a-Brac. French and Bohemian Goods. Wed ge wocd & Rock wood Pieces. ' jp Qreat Variety New Out Glass, odd shapes and fi Cuttings ' S Italian Stationery, Poets and Composers. Indian Terra Cotta Pottery. jpSgpl Shelf Ornament in. Dark Bronze, Maroko and ' |£ La Cagle Bronze. Turkitth Stationery. New Line Ornamental Tapjbhs. Large Line Sterling Silyer Novelties. All at Reasonable.Prices. ove's Arrows Are More Potent When Tipped With . . . . . . . v._ . , Whitman's Candies. pA Delicious Product of tiio CDft- ftctio'ner'i Art. w. l. bitting & co. ■JPhon* tl; FIRE AT WESTON I pIVE BUSI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 October 1900

—.—i——; . ...A—.. vi' {■ -y-.-J-..- ■■ X . " , . ' > A-'i :.; . 1 ' .... •> * - wid •MM Un Mn VW ( It ■C mSm •w Jer**y ru \MVf IN U«blt«Uou MILK AQ DjfjpT, { roberIo ht COD- class of good SsMSSh ■hi &>■:>. "¿a ■SSL wwm ci >■_ ;,t. i® the CROOKERR and GLASS groot raft of HOLIDAY GOODS the crowd and yon will |m>4 at Oat* ' S1 IfPSil — - Street. HB a -".í The New York Commercial claiming to t>«: |§>i 8 partisan . but in fact thoroughly republican soundb a note of warning to one of the great aluah fund coutrlbutora aa fellow ! The safest and therefore the wisest course for the steel fall people to take Is to put the price doWn «4 low a only reasonable return on their capital wlU boar. They nuyr be sure that the co of the price at a level af- such extraordinary profit aa at win have the result, In the end, of bringing In against them mo«t ' "Me competition. Whether this me from capital Invested on an soil and circulating through American pay roll , or from tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 October 1900

♦he. ai£„ O^ra -íowe, \. A W>« SMtatjfcSSA.4t, Nata * . " ThUBBDAY NlQ&t, Oct. 18, 1900; | Ululated K iWruiii ueiit,' The Old South and i ,, the Now. ' Balling Arthur johnson, •; Inrtructive. Beautiful. Highest Form of Modern Amusouiant. Hamilton ulo, ltawe : ^ORTI-Y CICA Prioes 25c to $1.00. . P«'utK on Salo at B&rradall'i Cafe. > inest Storeopticon ethibi-' bition of ¡¿till and Moving Picture*. Course Ticket góbd for three performances, $51.26. SOMETHING TO SEE ALONG m u>i„ "•**« #/ '"iiiu. if itf _ VESTIBVIED TDA1N5 70 JT.L0U15 AND KANSAS CITY. OBSERVATION LIBRARY SLtXPEUS HARVCY DINING HALLS ALC THE WAY. ÍA >aa %> Is the Cotton Belt train which ___ leaves Waco at 7.4.> p. m., eprsioana at 10.00 p. ni., Kort Worth at 9.55 p. m. and Dallas at 10.15 p. m. , It reachcs Louisville at 7.35 ''' o'clock the second ■ iho. ning, from three to f. Air hours quicker than the trains da all other lines. This train carries hnr«ls3me free 'Chair Cars to Memphis, „ Sleep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 October 1900

ál#ü a; A- fc_ - ■ , . J^v,,. THAT RESTRAINT,*. lit Of PoMteeiüo in Case of'Hall |t .*•. Retwfl Helu. ^ j| Yesterday iíternron the ReaiBTr briefly mentioned the fuel that an order had been is ued oot of the dis- trict court, instructing the sheriff not to serve the writ ot' possession he bad.' his possession in tbe case of H. h sHall vs. uoknown heir* of Joseph Béfese, and in which the mandate of tbe m pre roe court recently coine, giving everything to Mr. Hall. The request made for restraint of the serving of said writ of possession was dn the ground that the judgment in tbe case does not cali for suob pro This put another unexpected on tbe case and makes it more than «ver interesting. It also develops tbat a return on the writ of possession shows thai at 8:80 o'clock yesterday' morning the plaintiff bad himself recalled the writ. TIMELY WARNING From the Chief of Police to the Heads , of Families'. West Chapín, chief of the Are de- partment, said to a Register report- er thia after...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 19 October 1900

S wñ :Á/,: —— — I 0**10* 0*'PU1JJUUAT10N: Ul IAST UOUBl'ON STKKK1. U KKM AH, T«AS. WMjflÜWÜ Hp||RPi — VOL. 16. SHERMAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOB BIG DRIVE! M ■A" V I KID GLOVES I FOSTER PAUL MAKE I $1.00 QUALITY I ' I TH IS SALE 75c-1 * * e & m & & & & & & § Sri & 3 m & a s § .cr £ a I í •3 3 GOODS NEW JUST RECEIVED, COLORS £ li & & & « I: £ ft f: & gBLACK BROWNS, TANS AND GREYS.g i « HI 3 2 TVIURPHY'S. & & & & & & £ & Are More With . . Potent When Tipped Love's Arrows Whitman's Candles. Most Delicious Product of the Con- fectioner's Art. W. L. BITTING & CO ■Phona TB, BICYCLE ihop Ink* m Bpeolalty of all Hindi of Blaotvlaal Work. Motava Rowound nd Handjuotad. Hnndaoraa Una of Faniand Fan Motora. Brins Your Bicycle to a&O Month Travli Talaphona 184-3. Roberts & Sticht. SENSATIONAL FEATURES. TWO MEN ARE UNDER ARREST CHARGE WITH THE BURN- BURNING OF WESTON. FRED MELTON AND GEO. WILSON The Complaint*...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 19 October 1900

• .. > ■. -"O..' \:,vM . ..... j.. '/V« '-?}•'■ t¿ wPI /■,•■■•'•'. 'r"- and Suptember and brought this class of go ¿Id GLASS of HOLIDAY GOODS and you will land at Gates' ^«iwpppp ^íáKfi sJTír^■ ÍV '# 'WW \ ~ City Is still ablase with |&( Kindled there by tioii#';^r a f^w RétúntuU volunteer ,ip order tor j;e(t I soldier >„ rotar. %A prominent* army officer sáy a major- ity of t^ip\ Bjeij." th r' uqrved in*<jub* aud fti the I'bUU| plnea wl| voto tyr Bryan. T>jE LYON COMMITTEE. Held its First Session, Since Recog- nized, Yesterday. There was a general revision of the work, heretofore transacted at re- publican meetings, at the session of the republican atate executive com- mittee beaded by Cecil A. Lyon as chairman yesterday.. ||The list of electors Was revised as was the list óf nominees for state offices. John «rant succeeds Cecil A. Lyon as member, of the executive committee from th<t. Sherman Sena- torial district, the fourth. '.J* ' '■MMm&iláté'-. ÜTÜl^H? , ...

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