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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 6 March 1892

- f- HOLME S Down They Go! Down They Go! Down They Go! PRICES ON ALL NEW AND CHOICE SPRING DRESS GOODS. PRICES ON ALL NEW .1 AND CHOICE Spring Patterns In CARPETS. PRICES ON THE HANDSOMEST Stock of MILINERY in tho City. It is a New Departure in the Drew Good*, Carpet and Milliner/ business' when vou buy them at Spool Thread Profits, but that is the beauty of doing business for Cash OnlV; you can sell them so cheap that no Credit House dare meet your price, if they do, it mean* inevitable ruin to them. M i " - J ! ■ At Bo a yard, 60 pieces Indvernesa Suiting, regular 84c cloth. At OlO 8 yard, 4° pieces wool Bunting, the goods we sell regularly at 10c. At IOC a yard, .15 pieces 4>-inch Habit Cloth, goods we sell regularly at u4c. At 10c a yard, 35 pieces Storm Serges, the goods we sell regulaly at 20c. At 25c a yard, io pieces Bedford Cords, the cloth we have been selling at 35c. 27C 8 yahJ, ?° pieces 44-inch wool Plaids, goods we have been selling at 35c. At 29c a yard, *5 pieces ...

Publication Title: Sunday Gazeteer, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 13 March 1892

Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing House VOLUME X. , SUBSCRIPTION two DOLLARS A year, , mmm DKNlSOtf, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAKCH 13, 1892. SNTSKKD AT THE POSTOKKICK AT DENISON. TEXAS,t I AS SECOND CLA^S MAU. MATT**. \ Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printini Housa NUMBER 46. Bankrupt F>riees -OUST HARDWARE, STOVES Plows, Cultivators, Corn and Cotton Planters, -AT THE OF THE- Hardware Stock of Sam Hanna & Son 1 I .• . • f ? ' ^ STOCK COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. COME BEFORE IT IS BROKEN. A. H. COFFIN, Assignee. McDOTOALL OPERA HOUSE MONDAY, MARCH 14. Alba Heywood Co, AlaBA THE CREATE8T IMPERSONATOR. MISS MARIETTA SIEGFRIED, Bo«ton Ideals. for three years SOPRANO with the MR. JULIAN JORDAN, TENOR, America's Most Successfu Writer and Vocalist; Author of : "The Song that Reached my Hear' i Song MISS FLORA DRESCHER, VIOLIN SOLOIST, awarded the Lester Diamond Medal at the (Chicago Conservatory of Music, 1SS8. HENRY A. HICCINS, Band. DEWEY HAYW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 13 March 1892

ROYAL BAKING POWDER 3 ! , • | - : 1 - The Most Wholesome, The Purest and the Strongest. •OFFICE OF THE HEALTH OFFICER, "Los Angeles, L'al., May 22, 1891 "From analyses made by Prof. Rising, professor ot chem- ' istry of the University of California, Prof. Wenzell, professqr of chemistry, California College of Pharmacy, and from fuii- ther searching analyses made by Professors Thomas Rice & Son of San Francisco, Prof. Hanks and others, and by analy- ses which 1 personally have hail made, v It is clearly demonstrated and proven that the Royal Baking Powder is pure and wholesome, and that it stands as far as strength and purity are concerned at V the head of the baking powders of the United States. jj •*Thd Royal is composed of absolutely pure, harmless and wholesome ingredients of the highest grade and character. 1 0RANV1LLH McGOWAN, M. IX. "Health Ofticrr ot the Cit\ of I.r's Angelrs. (<?/.' 4- ^ W. ACHESON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OSc* JI9 Main Street, reticence 1,19 \Vood*rd ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 13 March 1892

■mm SHuidaj! fcettm i C ilism r i vck \ SUNDAY MORNING HURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE DO YOU OWE FOB YOJE PAPER? Subscribers to the Cazet- are requested to notice date opposite their ad- dress on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper. This Is the date to which you have paid. If the date is passed* you will know that you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance is in order. P. S.—No honottble man (or woman either), will take a ncw paper tr&m the poetoffice for a year or two without pay- ing for It, and then Jell the po*tma«ter he doean't want It any longer, or move *way without any notification at all. It you don't want the oaner an* longer atter the done paid for U expired, ju t write on a poatal card, ••Stop'er," ign your: name, and addrett it to thia office. It will cost but a cent to do the right thing and >ave the publtaher tome money. tf Si OFFICIAL DIBECTORY. MUNICIPAL OKFICKKS. 1 Mayer -••• ■ Hi Tone. f MllHUI Kennedy | Attorney. I M. Slinilifcr [ Marakal *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 13 March 1892

PERSONALS. wm HOLMES I Til WHAT DO YOU THINK? You can jeclect from 100 piece* new Spring Prints, anything you want, at 4 i-2c a yardj _ You cav buy Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale* bleached Cotton, at 7 t-ac a yard. , j You can buy Inttigo Blue Ca'ico at ^c a yard. You can buy Pepperell 10-4 bleached Sheeting at 22 i-2c a yard. You can buy Jellico L. L. yard wide Sheeting at 5c a yard. Y0I1 can buy Red Table Linen, warranted fast color at 25c a vard. You can buy an extra fine Dress Gingham at 8 13c a yard, the mills .price of same to-day is 10 i-2c—how I sell it that way is my secret. Yoij can buy a Baby Shoe for 19c a pair. Yoij can buy a Ladies' Glove Grain Shoe, solid leather* insole and sole 5leather counter for $1.00 a pair. You can buy vour pick ot a job lot in Metf's Shoes at $1.25 a pair, worth from 175 to $J 50 a pair. i i You can buy a Ladies!1 French kid, hand-sewed Shoe for $2.00 a pfir. Every pair of them cost to manufacture $2 50; how I am able-to sell them that way is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 20 March 1892

Commercial Printing OF AL1. KINDS AT OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing House VOLUME X. , SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR,) ONR DOLLAR FOR SIX MOJitHS. I DKNjISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAKCH 20, 1892. J RXTKRKD AT THE POSTOFPICK AT DENISON, TEXAS, < I AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTh*. J NUMBER 47. Murray's Power Printing Hoise pices -OiT- HARDWARE, STOVES Plows, Cultivators, Corn and Cotton Planters, AT THE -OF THE Hardware Stock of Sam Hanna & Son ^ L STOCK COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. COME BEFORE IT IS BROKEN. A. H. COFFIN, Assignee. HOaa NOT IN IT. M0X8TER GATHERING OF OLARX. F0R0E8 18 DENItfOB. Mayor Tone's Eloquent Introriuotiou and Judge Clark's Masterly Defense of Pfttriotio Texas. J— Tuesday last was a great da/in Denison. Two years age the Hon. Gustave Cook, then a candidate toi governor, but who, soon thereafter retired from the race, spoke to a very large gathering of people in this city ; several years prior to that Mr. O. M. Roberts addressed the an- iens of Denison a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 20 March 1892

ers Should Remember BPH? m-'- Th^ great success of the Royal Baking Powder is due to the extreme care exercised by its manufacturers to make it entirely pure, uniformrin quality, and of the highest leaven- ing power. All the scientific knowledge, care, and skill Attained by twenty-five years practical experience are contributed toward this end, and no preparation can be made with a greater accuracy, precision, and exact- ness. V • Every article used is absolutely pure. Chemists are employed to test the strength of each ingredient, so that its exact effect in combination with its co-ingredients is defi- nitely known. Nothing is trusted to chance, and no person is employed in the preparation of the materials used, or the manufacture of the powder, who is not an expert in his par- ticular branch of the business. As a consequence, the Royal Baking Powder is of the highest grade of excellence, always pure, wholesome, and uniform in qual- ity. Each box is exactly like every other, and wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 20 March 1892

SUPERIORITY. i"C Li n«i «V£* v Vet Equality, but tru 8up«nority •11 other Blood Remadioi. SUNDAY tfORNiNG MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE DO YOU OWE FOK YOJR PAPER? Subscribers to the Cszet* teer are requested to notice the date opposite their ad- dress on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper. This Is the date to which you have paid. If the date is passed, you will know that you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance is in order. . P. S.—No honorable man (or woman either) will take a newspaper from the poctoftice for a year or tWo without pay- ing for it, and then tell the pc*tma .ter he doesn't want it any longer, or rtiove away without any notification at all. If you don't want the oaner anv longer alter the time paid for if. expired, just write on a postal card, "Stop'er," sign your name, and address it to this office. It will cost but a cent to do the right thing and i>ave the publisher some money. f tf OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. Mayor H.Tone. Secre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 20 March 1892

• '. i I MY EXjE'VESISTTH: PERSONALS. Slaughter Sale rnmr I EVER ATTEMPTED 13 NOW GOING ON AT MY PLACE OF BUSINESS. I HAVN'T THE NECES8ARY SPACE TO QUOTE PRICES, NEITHER HAVE I THE TIME, BUT SEE HAND- BILLS, OR BETTER 8TiLL, ? CALL AND SEE THE GOODS I YOU CAN Save from 15 to 25 Gts. • f" ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND FOR i DRY GOODS, ♦ ♦ CARPETS, SHOES <► ^ OR MILLINERY i ! I know better than to spend my money for newspaper space for th£ purpose of Indulging in idle talk. Look at the poods, hear the prices, and do your own thinking. Sale begins To-Day, March 19th Meitrt. J. K. Daughter*, representing Myrtle Lodge No. 22, K. of P , W. A. Rrlman, Mayflower 144, with Cora Arm- itronfc alternate, are attending the annual meeting of the grand lodge at Galveston. Mr. Clvde K>et inger is also in attend- ance from Denison and he, with Mr. j Armftr©' g, will be initiated into the Past Chancellor degree. Myrtle Lodge So. 32 is the strongest physically as well as financially of tnjr lodge in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 27 March 1892

ercial Printing KIN US AT Commercial Printing Murray's Power Printing House VOL subscription two dollars k year, ( i one dollar for six months. i DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MA KCH 27, 1892. entered at the postokfice at denison. texas. as second class mail matter. OF ALL KINDS AT Murrey's Power PrietiH Hnse NUMBER 48. rices OUT- HARDWARE, STOVES Plows, Cultivators, Corn and Cotton Planters, -AT THE OF THE Hardware Stock of Sam Hanna & Son STOCK COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. COME BEFORE IT IS BROKEN. A. H. COFFIN, Assignee. in The G. A. R. encampment •ession at El Paso, resolved Wed- nesday not to affiliate with' negro veterans. Go td Dr. Walker, tne dentist, for the new method of teeth without plates. _ 31"'* The committee on territories de- cided Wednesday to report favor- ably on the Cain bill to give local government to Utah. |y You ought to see those new Bamboo Baby Buggies at Tones Bros. Prettiest on earth. Sold on payments if you wish. ' Sugar made from coal oil is 300 times s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 27 March 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baiting Powder ABSOLUTE!!? PURE Jlwtilag tefttccr DEMOORATIO OOHVEBTIOI. B. C. MURRAY. Proprietor. Sunday, March 37, iSyi. "Turn Teoctu Loom ! " From The News. "TURH TEXAS L008E." Turn Tex« lootc; the good «Ute ha suf- fered , Enough from the blunders of Hogg and hi* gang, And for all ot the trouble that they ha>e brought on her, 1 I hone tl? believe they don't care a dang Turn Texas loose; the Lone Star we love so Has lost so much splendor since Ross left the chair. Give her a governor, aha don't want a ruler, And then all her people will get what is fair. Turn Texas loose; she's been sick since And nothing's been done to lessen her 4 pain; Give her a dose of Claik's Loosening Powder* And she will move onward and upward ' af*<n- . loose; the cry groweth 1 ^ hear from the Turn Texas louder. Could' Alamo's heroes grave, They'd send forth_ this message: "Oh, boys, stand by'her; Unshackle the country that we died to sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 27 March 1892

!?SSpp' uuliu) ©iuctim ^V LI*h*P*VE*Tf % SUNDAY MORNING MAY'S STEAM PRINTING tfOUSE TOU OWE FOE YOUR PAPEB? Subscribers to the Caiet- ,veer are requested to notice Hie date opposite their ad- Iress on tne margin of the laper or on the wrapper, "lis Is the date to which you tve paid. If th© date is issed, you will know that >u are owing tor your paper, id an early remittance Is In ^rder. P. S.—No honorable man (or woman jlther) will take a newspaper from the io t office for a year or two without pa*- ng for it, and then tell the poi tmasler he jOMn't want it an> lotiger, or move awav jrithout any n' tiflcation at all. If you ida't want the oaner pn* longer after the Ime paid for U expired. Just write on a Mtal card, "Siop'erj" sign your name, nd address it to this office. It will cost nt a cent to do the right thing and save i publisher some monev. " OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. MUNICIPAL O'FFICKKS. H. Ton*. .....T. E. Kennedy t. M. Standifar (anhal m o' surer... ........mN, . nrn*i or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 27 March 1892

-1 Do You Intend to buy a Carpet during; the next month? Have you any idea of purchasing anything in the way of Dry Goods soon, or is it Shoes for yourself or the children that you need first? fudge To Kennedy Have you bought it yet ? $o? Well, do you want to be eco- nomical and buy where you can get Honest Goods at the lowest possible price— Lower, in fact, by 20 per cat than you can buy elsewhere in Denison? If So, come and see my stock, and price the goods you need, and if you don't see where you can SAVE MONEY on your purchases, don't patron- ize "me. I want your Business, but I want it only on business frinciples, viz., mutual benefit. must be of service to you to get and keep your patronage, and it is in keeping it that I hope to make money, small profits, but a large volume of business, r The DenUon delegate* to the annual encampment of the Texas G. A. R., at El Paso thta week, jk, John L. Tjrg-.rd, ohn Nevins, Sam Proud, P J. r, W. W. Bostwick, Mrs. Win- grove and Mr . L>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 3 April 1892

-Hp'* 4 Commercial Printing OK ALL KINDS AT Mwraj's Power Printing House volume x. s SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, } ONlf DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 1892 KVTBRKD AT THE POSTOKFICE AT DEXISON, TEXAS, AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. . Commercial Printing OF AIX KINDS AT Murray's Pmr Printing Hoist NUMBER 49. Bankrupt FPriees -OIsr- HARDWARE, STOVES Plows, Cultivators, Corn and Cotton Planters, -AT THE- OF THE- Hardware Stock of Sam Hanna & Son •TOCK COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. COME BEFORE IT IS BROKEN. A. H. COFFIN, Assignee. Hon. Abraham S. Hewitt, ot New York, is opposed to Hillism. Ohio's delegate* to the National Democratic Convention will vote for Cleveland. The anti-Hill revolt in New York I advances the stock ot "some good western man" a few more points. If New Hill will Mark it. York go over knites the Cleveland, road also. Mr. McKinley would be a great I and effective speaker it what he Itaya were only true, or even the halt I of it. Chicago...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 3 April 1892

mm Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder Why couldn't he have come and *at OUB PHILADELPHIA LETTEK. with us?" Kate said nothing. In the crowd now surging out of the aisles of the little opera house she could scarcely venture to express her entire opinion, but she said in a low, earnest idne : •'I don't know what you think of it, Nina ; hut I, for my part, respect Hews From all Quarter* Condensed— What the Workers are Doing— business Prospects. farmers learned many 1 ^ ABSOLUTELY PURE W. ACIIESON, itmdau fefttcer i PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEON. B. C MURRAY. Proprietor. Office Jig Main Slrret, rewdrnrr 1419 Woodard street. corner Maurice ivrnuc. R. BIRCH, Sunday. April 3, iSy2. Turn Texas Loose ! PHYSICIAN. 4 .Klce 41 lUnni ,t Son'. Drug lorr, residence 15 Wot Pa> Street. Te?t[ honr 1ft T. BOOTH, < PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Residence 1145 South •on, Teiik. Hcjoatofi Avenoc, Deni w. m nagle, -SPECIALIST- EYE, On <li«ea**tt ot EAR AND T'JROAT. (h main SIrebt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 3 April 1892

StMiks fecttm <*l fchshlp *v*k * SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE DO YOU OWE FOR YOOE PAPER? Subscribers to the Gazet- teer are requested to notice the date opposite their ad- dress on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper. Thla Is the date to which you have paid. If the date Is paaaed, you will know that you are owing lor your paper, and an early remittance la in order. p. S.—No honorable man(or womaft •Ither) will take a newspaper from the poatoffice for a year or two without pay- ing for it, and then tell the postmaster he doean't vaant it any longer, or move awar without any notification at all. If you don't want the oaoer an* longer after the time paid N r U expired, just write on a postal card, VStop'er," sign your name, and address fit to this office. It will cost but a cent to do the right thing and save the publisher some money. tl OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. MUNICIPAL. OFFICERS. H. Tone. T. E. Kennedy I. M. SUndifer Ed. J sates N. S. Krn.l Jot Brutschc J sines "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 3 April 1892

HOLMES! When I do advertise Coods at a price, the price has to be lower than any competitor's price, or I won't quote it. Buying for each department in the market that ofVeis the lowest prices on the goods kept in each department, and buying for Cash and getting everything there is to be had in the way of discounts, enables me to Sell Coods VERY, VERY CHEAP. Commencing Monday, April 4th, AND CONTINUING UNTIL WEDNESDAY NICHT, APRIL 6, I will sell the following goods for the prices quoted. REMEMBER ALL DAY LONG, FOR THREE DAYS! Tlmf (iivcw Kvervt o<Iv a C'lmiK-e. . CARPETS. The beitf assorted Carpet Stock in the city, the newest patterns and the hand- «ome t deoigns made this season from such manufacture* as the Lowell and Harttord mills in Inyjrains; as Smith, Stinson and Ro*bur\( mills in Tapestry BrusselU; as Berkshire Ac W'hitthal!;mills in Body Brussells. Jin. Ppole does my Carpet Fitting. At ioc a yard my entire stock of 15c Hemp Carpets. At 15c a yard my tfntirc stock Of 2tx...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 10 April 1892

—«— oosmar. Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Mmy's Povar Printing Honse VOLUME X. i subscription two dollars a yeara t i one dollar for six months. i DEXJSON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1892. ENTERED AT THE POSTOKfrlCB AT DENISON. TEXAS, ( AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTEK. i NUMBER 60. Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Mtmy's Prow Printing Housi Bankrupt OUST- HARDWARE, STOVES Plows, Cultivators, Corn and Cotton Planters, AT THE s OF THE- Hardware Stock of Sam Hanna & Son STOCK COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. j COME BEFORE IT 18 BROKEN. A E COFFIN, Assignee. Crisp "fluked" on the silver ques- tion. The aroma of cloves is the br of suspicion. ath Fort Worth gets the court of ap- peals, which makes Dallas very sore. Bread is the staff of life, but many Denisonians seem to be looking for a "puddin." In these days of chemical science the assassin has often found that blood will tell. Ardmore, I. T., has a twelve- column daily, the Ardmore Daily Advertiser, C. B. Bradley editor. The man ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 10 April 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE OUR PHILADELPHIA LETTER. few* From all On arte n Condensed— What the Worker* are Doing— business Prospects. Philadelphia, Pa., One of Ap the results o A. W. ACHESON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office jiq Maiu Street, residence 1419 Woodard Strtet, corner Maurice avenue. £ R. BIRCH, PHYSICIAN. .in ce at Hanna a Soo'n Drug store, residence 15 Weit D*v Street. Telephone. T. BOOTH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Residence son, Texas. (14$ South Houston Avenue, Deni w. M. NAGLF-, -SPECIALIST- On disease* ot ^anflag fedteet B. C. MURRAY, Prom1etor. Sunday. April 10, 1892. " Turn Texas Looaet" THE OLD LIB EH DU8TER. How dear to my heart U thp old linen duster, The old linen duster that cover* my back. It never did fit me—'twai made for a buster, A buster much bigger than I am, alack 1 Yet still in the summer, when than hades 'tis hotter, That old linen duster I never would swop For a new oyercoat made of seal sk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 10 April 1892

§ uudag feettm i*CIUSV«IDIVCK) SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HODSE WOMEN. Ths hand tbftt rook* tie cradle is liiad chat rules the world. tto DO YOU OWE FOR TOUR PAPER? Subscribers to the Cazet* teer are requested to notice the date opposite their ad- dress on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper. This is the date to which you have paid. If the date is pasaed, you will know that you1 are owing tor your paper, and an early remittance ia in order. P. S.—No honorable man (or' woman •ither) will take a newspaper from thje poetoffice for a year or two without pay- ing for it, and then tell the postmaster he doesn't want it any fbnger, or move away without any notification at- all. If you don't want th« oaoer any longer atter the time paid for ia expired, just write on a poatai card, "Stop'er," sign your name, and address it to this office. It will cost but a cent to do the right thing and save the publisher some money. tf OFFICIAL DIBECTOBY. MUNICIPAL. OKPICEKS. Mayor H. Ton...

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