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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 15 May 1892

* .Mdajrtorttm ft bl1ski DMVKWt sunday morning murray's steam printing hoosb DO TOD OWE FOR TOOK PAPER? Subscribers to the Csxet- teer sre requested to notice the dste 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 la paaaed, you will know Ithat you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance la in order. —r; P. S.—No honorable man (or woman either) will take a newspaper from the poetoffice for a jear or two without pay- ing for It, and then tell the poatmaster he doesn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the omner an* longer after the time paid for is 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 save the publisher some money'. tf OFFICIAL DIBECTORY. MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. MtfOf• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• '• ...H. Tone. Hscfstary..••••*•••••••••••••••...

Publication Title: Sunday Gazeteer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 15 May 1892

mmmmm Holmes' Ha; Sale •IS A- TO THE CONSUMER It mean* to thorn a large quantity of goods for a •mall amount of money. This price list la supplement to the one quoted last week. Everything quoted lajRjt week* and everything quoted to-day, goea at tho quoted price until the lot im eloaed out. 1000 yards of Heavy brown Domestic at 4c a yard. 5000 Ladies Bordered 5c Handkercheifs at 2 l-2c apiece. I 100 pieces 20c Blue Organdy's at 8 l-3c a yard. Ladies' Past Blacks Sateen Parasols 50c a piece. Ladies'Gloria Silk Umbrellas Gold Tipped Handle $1 a piece. Oxidized Silver Handles 26x28 ineh all silk Umbrellas $1.65 a piece. Linen Lap Robes worth $1.25 at 75c a piece. Embroidered Momie Cloth Lap Robes worth $1.50 at 90c. 46 inch Embroidered white Flouncing Hemstitched and worth 75c goes at 40c. ssee' Fult regular made Hose at 12 l-2c a pair, worth 20c a pair. 1000 pairs of Towels, 46 by 22 inches at 15c a pair. 100 pieces Magnolia Mulls a choice Printed Cloth, worth 12.1-2c go at 8 l-3c a ...

Publication Title: Sunday Gazeteer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 22 May 1892

HHMMB - LJ '■ ■' ■■ -■■ W'1" . - ■ Ei ^wwb.—-«. .,.„ ' t- Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Mimj's Rover Pricing House volume xi. i SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, i ONK DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. denison, texas, sunday, may 22, 1892. SNTXRKD AT THK POSTOKMCK AT DSNISON. i AS SECOND CLASS MAM. MATTItK. TEXAS, | number 4. Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's PowBf Printinf Hoist STAR STORE'S FIVE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. 1 Look at our window display. 2 Fifty Cents will buy the best TTnlaund- ried Shirt on Earth. • ■ • > 3 Spring Fabrics.—500 dress patters (12 yards) of Spring Fabric (no calico), only fifty cents a pattern. No restriction as to quantity. First come, first served. « « 4 Competition defied as to styles and prices. TVe have the largest and best assorted stock of Men's, Boys', Ladies', Misses', Chil- dren's and Infants' Shoes and Slippers this side of St. Louis. 5 Red Riding Hood.—A full and complete line of Red Shoes and Slippers withH to match, for Children's wear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 22 May 1892

■HHHhP SSHNHrf?1 - - - - I 27% Difference The " Royal" the Strongest and Purest Baking Powder. Whether any other baking powder is equal to "Royal," let the official} reports decide. When the different powders were purchased on the open market and examined by Prof. Chandler, of the New-York Board of Health, the result showed that Royal Baking Powder contained twenty-seven per cent, greater strength than any other brand. When compared in money value, this difference would be as follows: If one pound of Royal Baking Powder sells for 50 cents, One pound of no other powder is worth over 36 cents. If another baking powder is forced upon you by the grocer in place of the Royal, see that you are charged the correspondingly lower price. t. booth, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Residence 1145 South Houston AwniMjJtstr M. NAGLE, —j—SPECIALIST . On diMiKi ol EYE, EAR AND THROAT. V* MAIN STKEET. B. HANNA & SON, DRUGGISTS. 110 main strkkt. jjecker Si harris, IATTORNEYS-A T-LAW. Ofcce jot> Main Str...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 22 May 1892

-• • •• ' •-*- ■ j - V nr**8^" c ^ >"'■ "Tr '*"*" "' i ,". ' :C . ". ftuulas fcrttm filuftnidtvcilt SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE DO YOU OWE rOK YODR 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 la paeaed, you will know (that you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance la In order. P. ij.—No honorable man (or woman either) will take a newspaper from the poatoffice lor a /ear or two without pay- ing for it, and then tell the po tmatter he doesn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the twiner an* longer alter the time paid for U expired, just write on a postal card, "Stop'er," sign your name, and addreaa It to this office. It will coat but a cent to do the right thing and tare the publisher some money. tf OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. j MUNICIPAL OFFICKKS. Mayor ...H .*T ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 22 May 1892

HOLMES! THE O-ZEeZB^TOBST LOT O^F* BARGAINS EVER OFFERED TO THE DENISON PUBLIC UNDER ONE ROOF NOW ON SALE. The Hay Day Sale Combined with the Pay Day Sale Evet thing quoted this month will be sold the whole month a« the prioes named until the lot is closed out. DREM GOODS DEP'T. At jc a yd, 100 ptece. Chantllly Suiting*. At 7|c * y*rd, loo piece* ioc and ujc Dress Ginghams. At 8|c a yard, 100 piece* 15c Na«y Dlue Organdie*. At 10c a yard, 100 piece* ^o-inch Ameri- can Serge. At toe a yard, 100 piece* 15c Zephyr Dress Ciingham*. At ioc a vard, 100 pieces Wool Challie*. At ioc a \ ard, loo piecas Printed Bedford Cord*. At ioc a yard, 300 piece* Fast Black and Navy Blue Organdy Lawn*. At 8|c a yard, 100 piece* Magnolia Mull*. At uic a yard, too piece* Shantong Pon- At 15* a yard, 100 pieces 10 and 25c Zephvr Ores* Gingham*. At 15c a yard, 100 piece* yard wide Bed- ford Cord*. At 20c a yard, 100 piece* Viola Lane and Choice Wool Challles. At «c a vard, 500 piece* of reaular 40c Fine "Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 29 May 1892

Wm- J'- Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Mirny's Rawer Printing House VOLUME XI. i subscription two doli.ars a year,) i one dollar for six months. i DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1892. kntkrkd at the postofficb at dbnison. texas, as second class mail matter. NUMBER 5. Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Ihmfs Pmr PriBtin ■C+fr*i<//r /IS?/ SHADOW OF fi DOUBT ABOUT THE WISDOM OF OOINC IT- But we've made a Deep Cut in the Price of our HOSIERY, and offer the following: * AT 15 CENTS A PAIR, BOO Pair Ladies' fast black Imported Hose. AT 20 CENTS A PAIR, SOO Pair Ladies' fast black Imported Balbrlggan Hose. AT IB CENTS A PAIR, BOO Pair Cents' fast black, full finished Half Hose. All these goods are guaranteed Helmsdorf Dye, and absolutely faat Colore. Yours for big bargains, P. S.-We have a big line of Children's Hose, in blaOk and colors at very low Price. Electricity has been applied for the first time to the ginning of cot- ton in Georgia. Culture, spelled with a big C, is syno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 29 May 1892

> m K cream of tartar baking powder—Highest of all in leavening strength.— Latest If. S. Gov't Food ^Report. LAID TITL28 DI8TTJRB8D. The Matter to Figure in the Preaent State Gubernatorial Oanraa. © © AB50LUTELY PURE. Established by Government Tests the Standard Baking Pow- der. The very Giant of leavening agents. Has a larger use than all other cream of tartar baking powders combined^ Prof. Haines, of Rush Medical College, Consulting Chemist Chi- cago Board of Health: " I find the Royal Baking Powder superior , to all the others iiveverv respect." Dr. H. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist: "The Royal is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder made." Prof., PALMER, University of Illinois: "I find Royal Baking Powder invariably composed ef wholesome ingredients, entirely - free from adulteration or impurities of any kind." San Francisco Board.of Health: " In our judgment it is impossible to make a pure* or stronger baking powder than the Royal." The N. Y. State Analy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 29 May 1892

; ' • ' ; m&j£$ Suudag <&aztttm *Cal.l NlDBVl*V SUN,DAY MORNING MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE DO YOU OWE FOB YOUB 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 wMph you paid. If the date Is 1, you will know [that you are owing tor your paper, and an early remittance Is In TUB 1EW HEAVES. P. S.—No honorable man (or woman •ithcr) will take a newspaper from the postofice for a year or two without par- ing for it, and then tell the postmaster he doesn't want It any longer, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the oaoer anv longer after the time paid for i expired, just write on a postal card, "Stop'er," sign .your name, and address it to thia office. It will cost hut a cent to do the right thing jand save the publisher some money. tf OFFICIAL DIRECTjOBY. Mayor MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. Tons. S« Kennedy Attorney I. M. Studiftr Marahal...........

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 29 May 1892

CONDENSATIONS. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. LOCAL THE MTJEDEK MYSTERIES. SOCIETY. MOSTO V> The SocietyEditor of the Gazetteer will thank e ladies of Dniton (or the announcements ot entertainments given . by them, or other society ■fecial Address, ONLY TWO DAYS MORE 7-1 _ of the MAY SALE-^- Over 1000 lots of New Spring Merchandise at less than the * Manufacturer's early price. i . t t Nowhere else can you find the assortment of substantial goods at such prices. —REMEMBER- MAY 30 and 31, As RED LETTER days, the two last days of the great- est money saving sale for con- sumers ever attempted in Grayson County. . -. • '' ... . .. , - [ Respectfully, Dr. and Mrs. Julian C. Feild lett on the ioth inst., fot Old Point Comfort, V*., where the doctor went aa a delegate to the annual meeting ot the National Association of Railway Surgeons. Not leas than a dozen surgeons, the most ot whom were accompanied by their wives, attended the meeting trom Texas. At the strawberry and cream festival given Tue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 5 June 1892

w : f Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Moth's Power Printing House Commercial VOLUME XI. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, ( I ONI DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. ( DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 1892. OF ALL KINDS AT 7 Mirny's Pmr Prtrttac Hmsi . ENTERED AT THI POSTOFFICI AT DENISON. TEXAS, I I AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. 1 NUMBER 6. _ Root hogg or die. If • woman's face fi her fortune, • man's cheek is frequently his. ! The political panic* at perpetual corporations are our monarch*. Keep your eye to the windward for Blaine. The right man will be nominated at Chicago irrespective of the num- ber of ballots that may be taken. The organized democracy of Texaa ia rapidly gaining notoriety as the boas bolting machine. If • man waits until everything is favorable to do his duty his duty will never be done. Every man has a forefinger with which he is able to point out work tor others to do. "Why does time fly so fast?" Because it feels the spar of the moment , "I think I mistook my calling,"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 5 June 1892

Marion Harland's Endorsement OF \ Royal Baking Powder. [Extract from Marion Harland's Letter to the Royal Baking Powder Co.] • h ' A*u4(s U*. 40 0w frrufCs £ts6ss* £U yj T. BOOTH, Iphysician and surgeon. II4J South Houston Avenue, Deni- . tnu. w. M. NAGLE, specialist 1 On dlmssm of eye, ear and throat. V MAIS STREET. * •J B B. HANNA & SON, druggists. no MAIN STREET; jQECKER ft HARRIS, IATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. *•6 Main Street, action. Prompt, lidnl and g A. GILBERT, attorney-at-law. OSke, Nagle building. Ml Door, Iront. Will 11 (lifer d>«tHrt and inferior counts of Gray - ' auaremt and Mml court. of die cetn«b- a. r. timui. A. «. iarn8i J EAGUE ft BARNES, attorneys-at law, DBNISON, TEXAS. Refer br permiaaioa to the National Bank Deaiaoo, Hon. John H. Reagan, e*U. S. senator •< Texas, Oen. U. S. Rosa, ra governor of Teaaa ]? J. SMITH, attornry-at-law, MS MAIN STREET, DENISON, TEXAS. j^UNSON * BRO'S, Rial Est at a and Abstract or Titus and Notary Puaiiic. Faum ai«i> FariT Land a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 5 June 1892

SS'-.&fe'iA fhiudas <Sa2ctteo aiunntivki SUNDAY MORNING HURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOOSE DO YOU OWE FOB YOUR PAPER? Subscribers to the Caxet- 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 ithat you are owing tor your paper, and an early remittance is In order. P." S.—No honorable man (Or woman cither) will take a newspaper from the poatoffice for a year or two without pay- ing for It, and then teli the postmaster he doesn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at ail. If you don't want the oaner an* longer atter the tlm* paid for is expired, just write on a postal card, "Stop'er," sign your name, and address it to thia office. It will cost but a cent to do the right thing aAd save the publisher some money. tf OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. - MUNICIPAL OFKICEKS. Mayor...... ,.H. Tone. 8«cr*t*ry ^ • .;T. K. Kennedy Attorney .....I. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 5 June 1892

A L i u and I HAVE GOT TO S15.000 worth of booos this ionth . Or they will be damaged, because the builders will tear the building I am in all to pieces. I am going to hull the money out of them regardless of profit and loss, because I know I have to or run the risk if I keep them of having theiit damaged so that they woukfnot bring, half they cost. I have tried to rent a house and move, but to do so jvould be more disastrous than selling them ■■■ because I cannot get a building suit- able, so it is either box the goods and store them or sell them. I shall sell them for something, and buy new goods for the new store. E very thing in the house except the Staples, ana I always sell them at about cost, will be marked in Red Figures at cost for this sale. My storfe will be closed from Saturday night until Monday after- noon to enable us to change the marks on them, consepuently the sale will not commence until Monday Afternoon. There will be no goods reserved. Everything will be include...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 12 June 1892

a Commercial Printing Q Nit OF ALL KINDS AT j> Murray's Power Printing House OF ALL KINDS AT 4 VOLUME XI. 4 SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR . j J ONR DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. ( DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 1892. KVlKRtl> AT TH K ">STOKKICK \T DKNISON, TEXAS, | AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. 1 NUMBER Murray's Power Printing Honsn tl dr P« :/v EDITORIAL 00RRE8P0B DENOE. San Diego, Cal., June 2, 1892. Dear Gazettker: I believe mv last letter, sent from ban Francisco, closed with a brief desciiption of Salt River valley, Arizona. On our way back ;lrom Phoenix to Marcopa station, cn the Soujherc Pacific, we were agreeably surprised to find on the train Mr. Reinhart, of Denison, traveling salesman for an eastern grocery * '• house. He makes four trips a year to Arizona and California. He ac- companied us as far as Los Angeles, k Cal. There are dnly three or four , ' houses in Maricopa, and the only place to get a night's lodging is at • the Maricopa House, kept by Mr. and Mrs. J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 12 June 1892

Pay the Price of the Royal for Royal only. Royal Baking Powder is shown by actual chemical tests absolutely pure and 27 per cent, greater in strength than any other brand. Many grocery stores have recently- been stocked with second-class brands of baling powder, which are urged upon consumers at the price of the high-cost, first-class Royal. * These powders cost from 8 to 30 cents a pound less than the Royal, Besides being of 27 per cent, .less strength. If they are forced upon you, see that you are charged a correspondingly lower price for them. ili T. U'.XJIii, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. TVsidewe 114$ South Houston Avenue, Deni i i Tcia . w. —SPECIALIST- On disrai^i of EYE, EAR AND TMROAT: III MAIN STRJCKT. «t' J . HANNA & SON, U t DRUGGISTS. no MAIN STKHKT. 1 • . i jjF.CKER & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Office joo Main Str«*t. Prompt^efficient and tho>ou||h ac tion. VJ A. GILBERT, ATTORN EY-AT-L AW. Office, Nlfle building, *d Hoor^ front. Will piacure in the district and inf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 12 June 1892

firndag dascttm mUlllttlTllY SUNDAY MORNING HURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE DO YOU OWE FOR YOUR PAPER? Subscriber* to the Gazet- 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 tthat you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance is In order. P. S.-No honorable nunfor woman either) will take: a newspaper from the poetoffice for a year or two without pay- tng for it, and then tell the postmaster he doesn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the natter an* longer alter the time paid tor i* expired, just write on a postal card, "Stop'eirr'' 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 DIBECTORY. MUNICIPAL OI*KtCKKS. H. Tone. L.T. K. Kennedy ............. I. M. Standifer Ed. James .....N. S. Krnst A......

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 12 June 1892

-. • ifc. m t- PERSONALS. RAILROAD RDMBLIKQS. LOOAL CONDENSATIONS. SOCIETY. MONOAY HOLMES! The Society Editor ot tlx Caxctterr will (hank the ladM of Denison tor the announcements ot entertainment* given by them, or other society event* of special interest. Address, "Society Editor." Gazetteer. I g<vc you below a few illustrations of "J THE REDUCTIONS e onsr ivdc^r stock. Bear in mind that those are only a few Representative Arti- cles. Everything in the house has been' j KM from 15 to 25 Per Cent. except the staples, | j And I swap dollars on them all the time. Millinery* Fancy Coods, Notions, Carpets; Dress Goods, Furnishing Goods ar« to-day red marked at exactly / 10 PER CENT. ABOVE NEW YORK COST. I pledge you my word for this, and I'll sell them that until I notify you that the Sale is over. way Ch.intilly Suiting* at 5c, reduced from 7C* - , • Chaliieo at 5c, (reduced trom 7c. Mull* at 8ej reduced front toe. Bedfoid Cordu at too, reduced from uftc. Serge- at toe, reduced fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 19 June 1892

Commercial Printing ok all kinds at Mirny's Pevir Printing House VOLUME XI i SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR i ONE DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY. JUNE 19, 1892. KNTEKKD at THE POSTOFKICK AT DSNISON, TEXAS, AS SB.COND CLASS MAIL MATTICM. NUMBER 8. Commercial OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Pour Priitisf Hoist EDITORIAL 00RRL8P0B DENOE. Los Angeles, Cal., June s 1892- Dear Gazetteer: j .; ,. . My last letter announced the ar- rival oi the eastern excursion train, with ita precious editorial freight, at San Francisco Monday evening, June 3. The train, or rather trains, aa it was run in two sections, bad been in the state some ten days. The excursionists entered the state at "The Needles," via the Santa Fe, and visited San Diego, River- side, Los Angeles, Fresno, Stock- ton, Sacramento, San Rosa, Monte- rey and several other important towns. They reported that their re- ception at all these places wasj an ovation, but as we went direct from Denison to San Francisco we missed al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 19 June 1892

L .The United States Official 4 Investigation of Baking Powders, ; ' •-. "' •-'• j Made under authority of Congress by the Chemical Division of the Dep't of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., and recently completed, Shows the Royal Baking: Powder to be a cream of tartar baking pow- der of the highest quality, superior / to all others in strength, leaven- ing power, and general usefulness. The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest expert official authority the leading Baking Powder of the world. ^ T. BOOTH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Hotdcnc* 1145 South Houtlon Avenn«. Dcni 1>,T«*a . , M. NAGLE, SPECIALIST On dlacaac* ol EYE, EAR AND THROAT. tu MAIN STREET iT. HANNA Si SON, DRUGGISTS. no MAIN STREET. jjECKER Si HARKIS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Oftce *06 Main Street. Prompt, efficient and tborough action. J A. GILBERT, S. ATTORNEY-A^-LAW. Office, Nagta building, id floor, Iront. Will practice in the district and interior court* of Grav- 14a county and aupreme ind t'-'Ver il co...

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