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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 19 June 1892

§uudaj? fcrttm i*t BlISNI V IVKR Y SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE DO YOD OWE FOR YOOR 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. This Is the date to which you have paid. If the date is passed, you will know .that you are owin^ lor your paper, and an early remittance ia In order. P. S.—No honorable man(or woman either) will take a newspaper from the povtoffice for a jrear or tyro without pay- ing for it, and then tell the poitmaater he doesn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the oar>er any longer after the time paid for i& expired, just write on a postal card, '/Stop'er," sign your name, and addret* it to this office. It will cost but a cent to do the right thing and save the publisher some- money. tf OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. school, Qtjo a. m. every Sunday. Pastor's dence at No. MUNICIPAL. OKKICKRS. Mayor.. .H. Ton«. S...

Publication Title: Sunday Gazeteer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 19 June 1892

HOLMES THE LAST WEEK OF THE COST SALE. w I can't make any further re- el uetionw in the prices. Ten per cent, above first cost is as low as I will sell them. I had rather have the goods than the money at anything less than that. It is a great opportun- ity the Denison Public has now—a new stock of goods, well bought, offered at what they cost laid down in Deni- son. I would close the sale to- day, only that I will not miss a pay-day sale. I am doing business under great disad- vantages; one end of the store is out, but we will wait 6n you this week anyway* Neixt Saturday night positively closes the great cost-sale. Take advantage of it if you think best. I have included every- • thing — Carpets, Millinery, Shoes, and all classes of D17 Goods and Notions; I have re- served nothing. I give you my word for that, and I will never have another Cost Sale. I pledge you my word for that also, i It is the last call. - £ - , * ~ J ' > Respectfully, S. G. HOLMES 203 MAIN STREET. i SOCIETY. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 26 June 1892

m- Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing House EDITORIAL 00KRL8P08 DENOE. Dear Gazetteer: It would be unfair to accept the de- scription given ot the Chinese in last week's le'ter, as applicable to the Chi- nese aa a people. Those who live in the underground recesses of Chinatown In San Francisco, have been drawn from th£ lowest and most illiterate class In China. What would we think if a fore- igner should come to this country and, alter visiting the slums ot New York, go home and insist that what he saw there was a correct representation of the char- acter and habit* ot the American people? The better class of Chinese in this coun- try as well as in China, are intelligent, honest, industrious, cleanly in fact civilized. To be sure their customs are different from ours, which could hardly be otherwise, as their history and sur- roundings are very different, but they neither lack refinement nor the amenities ot social life. Unfortunately few people think of thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 26 June 1892

, ' A Simple Problem. The value of a baking powder is in the leaven- ing gas it contains. If one brand is strongei than another, it is worth more per pound, because it goes further in baking. Royal Baking Powder has been determined by the official chemical tests to be 27 per cent greater in leavening strength than any other brand. Its actual value to the consumer is therefore 27 per cent, greater than the others. This is equal to 13^ cents per pound. If, therefore, other powders are forced upon you, see that the charge Vor them is 13# cents per pound less than the price of the Royal. DEM REWX1SCEKCES. A WEEKLY 8UMMAEY OF WHAT TRAI8PIEED IK THE GATE (JITY 19 TEAM AGO, 'With Banning Commentaries When the Incident* 8nggest It. FROM APRII. 15 TO APRIL 22, 1S73. The Sherman Democrat issued its first number, with A. Thompson, of Osceola, la., editor and proprietor. Since then the ownership of the paper has changed several times, but the Democrat greets its daily and weekly subscribers wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 26 June 1892

jtouutaa ferttm rsiiiinvivMT SUNDAY MORNING MDRRAY'S steam printing house DO TOU OWE FOE JOOB PAPEE? Subscribers to the Cazet- teer sre requested to notice the date opposite their ad- dress on the margin of the pspsr 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 la in order. P. S.—No honorable m n(or woman either) will take a newspaper from the poetoffice for a year or two without pay- ing for it, and then tell the poatmaiter he doean't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the naoer-anv longer alter the Urn* paid for i 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. Mayer H. Tone. Secretary ...T. K. Kennedy Attorney I. At. Suuidifcf MinJut*•••««.•••.•«•••••...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 26 June 1892

r i ; THIS SPACE BELONGS TO j S. G. HOLMES j i ' ^ 1 W:' LIKE lOGKET ftO* firvALS I 1 L 1 We are somewhat tike Davy Crocket. We knock the black out of the grocery business every time. One trial will con- vince you. 313 ft 315 MAIN ST. Sunday, Junk 26, iSq2. ANNOUNCEMENTS. LETTER LIST. Date of, List, June 25,1892. POST OKK1CE, DENISON, . ^ Gnay&on Cot'Nt\ T*\a*. \ The following letters have t>een Held st this office not le&s than seven days and are unclaimed. The) art therefore hereby advertised according to law. They will be h*l * two week* from the date ot thi U«t and i,f still unclaimed, will be sent to th« Dead letter Uthce. Parties calling tor this maii nustsav 4dvintimd, giving date of list. Our cent will b* cfcanred on eachL piece of mail adver tised. ALNVA\ HAVK YOUR MAIL Dt HK^TKPiT^* VOI'U STKKKT AMD SUM BKIVer P. O. BOX. Notify thia office sjt oner of any change m your City sddress. C. T. fiUusaiHTV, P. .V. B 1 I-.- Itrtiwn Mi** Mollie Brown Margia lirown John B...

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

Commercial Printing OK ALL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing House Let the dives go. poor Refd Harrison leans upon a modesty at False mo«le ty is nothing who rob us? Human frailties very strong. sometimes never has VOLUME XI. , subscription two dollars a year, j i one dollar for six months. DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY. JULY 3, 1892. knterkd at the postokfice at denison, texas, as second class mail matter. NUMBER 10. i lercif OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Powsr Printing II ■ • ■ The good woman head of her own. To preserve a long friendship keep a abort credit. -1^ OLD H0ME8TEAD. Let us newer go back, though we long For the past; never more, never more! au is changed, all it lo«t, all is dead. We should wrong The old house if we darkened the door. i Wrong ourselves, too—our bright, van- ished years— The romance ot our childhood! Oh, no; Let us never return! In our sleep, through our tears, Let us see the old home. Only so. it—each beam and each the green fields, the A smooth aea never makes a sk...

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

m^m r MM . . m r,;;: Mi BAKING POWDER is free from lime, alum, and all extraneous or detrimental substances, and ABSOLUTELY PURE. It is in every way superior to every similar preparation. Witness: was made to cultivate the land in the Escondido valley, the exports of fruits, "fctc.,are 'necessarily not large ; enough corn off the w Hole patch to yet last year fifteen carloads of rai- supplv the family with corn meal for corn country to a Texan. It was a ' mention this as possibly of interest sickly looking stand, and if he gets i to the Denison Old Maid's Club. We remained in Escondido three The United Slates Government tests (Chcmical Division, Agricultural Department) show Royal Baking Powder a cream of tartar powder superior to all others in leavening strength.— See bulle- tin 13, ag. Dep., p. 599. i find the Royal Baking Powder superior to all the others in every respect. It is purest, and strongest. Walter S. Hajnes, M. D. Prof. Chemistry, Rush Medical College, Consulting Chemi...

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

§ uudag fecltm (•I'iLUntDIVKRT SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE OUS PHILADELPHIA LETTEfi. Neva rrom all Quarters Condensed— What the Workers are Doing - .Business Prospects. DO YOU OWE JOB YOOR 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 Thla Is the date to which you hav? paid. If the date is psased, you will know Lthat you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance Is In order. P. S.—No honorable man (or woman tiither) will take a newspaper from the pontoflice for a rear or two without pay- ing for It, and then tell the postmaster he doesn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at ail. If you don't want-the naner anv longer atter the time paid for is expired, just write c n 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 rtioney. . tf OFFICIAL DIRECTO...

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

'St THIS SPACE BELONGS TO, S. G. HOLMES iIKE DAVY CROCKET Oflft HrvALS Sunday, Jui.v 3, iSq2. We are somewhat like Davy Crocket. We knock the black out ot' the grocery business every time. One trial will con- . vince y^>u. 313 & 315 MAIN ST. LETTER LIST. Date of List, July 2, 1892. post okktce, dkn1sox, ( grayson counts, tm.w.i The following letter* have heen held at thi office not lets than Kven days ami arc unclaimed. They are then-tore hereby a^vertued according to law. They will be h«ld two Week* trom the date of thii hat and, il still unclaimed, will he sent to the Dcad.Lettcr Office. Parties calling for thit mail au tsay ax>*kmtissd, giving dat<* of list. Oue cent w l. be charged on each piece of mail adver - liscd. AVNa\- HAVE YOUR MAil. Di- RKCTlfn TO VOITK STKKKT A\*D NUM HKK.orP. O. BOX. Notify thi* office at ooce of anv change in yo* r C tv sJJdres*. C. T. U*i(imKfY, V V. Allan Hev J W Brown Billy Boide Allfed Bowman Chaa 5JI Crockett Ave Baker G A Butler J T...

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

Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing House VOLUME XI. ■ III.W.■ II. Commercial Prin OF ALL KINDS AT Merraj's Power Priotiot Hoese i subscription two dollars a year, ( \ one dollar por six MgNTHS. i DfijNISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 10, 1892. kmtkkkd at this i'ostokkick at ctenison. texas, ( as second class mail matter. 1 NUMBEK 11. EDITORIAL 00KKE8P0RDEH0E. Los Chucks, N. M., June 7. i99J- Dear Gazetteer: . Aa we had to await the south- bound train *ome rime at 0«e;in Grove we did not (ret to San^iego untH nearly i o'clock in the' after- noon. After dinner we,, spent an hour or so looking-ovfer the business portion of the town. In the vicinity of the depot there are a great many vacant business houses, and the sur- roundings generally have a dilapi- dated appearance, hut up town sev- eral blocks there are fine business blocks, and signs of business activity gave a better impression of the city. San Diego was "in it" as big as a wolf when the boom was on two or th...

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

... i:^-^pp^p^^jnir? s £ The Argument Used |Y the makers of the-second-class baking powders to induce the dealer to push them off on Royal consumers is that they cost less than Royal and afford the dealer much more profit. But you, madam, are charged the same price for them as for the absolutely pure Royal, which is perfectly combined from the most highly refined and expensive materials. The lower cost of the others is -caused by the cheap, impure materials L its used in ithem, and the haphazard way irv which they are thrown together. Do you wish tb pay the priceojLihe Royal for an jnferior -bakingpowder, made from im- pure goods,' of 27 per cent, less strength ? If you buy the other powders, insist upon having a corresponding reduction in price. P. TEAGUE, ATTORN EY-AT-L AW, DENISON, - - - TEXAS. Will give prompt personal attention to all buaineta-entrusted to his care. Office over Baldrick's Shoe Store, No. 336 Main street. ^ T. BOOTH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ratidcnce 114$ South H...

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

■■■■■■■■■ | Shuutofi (SH~ette*i DEHls®* ^midiiscbiices. - evunnxq *vc*\ SUNDAY MORNING MDRRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE A WEEKLY 8UMMARY OF WHAT TRAS8PIEED IH THE GATE OITY 19 YEARS AGO, DO YOU OWE FOR YOJR 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 passed, you will know ithat you are owing for your paper, and an eariy remittance ifeHn order. P. S.—No honorable man (or woman either) will take a newspaper from the postoffice for a jfcar or two without pay- ing for it, and th$n tell the postmaster he doesn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the narter anv longer after the time paid for is expired, just write on a postal card, "Stop'er," «gn your name, and address it to this office. It will cpst but a cent to do the right thing and save the publisher some money. tf OFEICIAL DIRECTORY. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 10 July 1892

THIS SPACE BELONGS TO S. G. HOLMES Fror... railroad runs valley, aide I ant T KE DAYY CROCKET frtnflai) tettaft We are somewhat like l-)avy Crocket. We knock the black out of the grocery business everv time. One trial will con- vince you. 313 & 315 MAIN ST. LETTER LIST. Date of List, July 9, 1892. POST ofk1ck, dknison, . Ckaxson CouHTi. The following letter* have t>cen aeL! at th: office not le than evcndav and arc unclaimeil. Tho art then tort hereby advertised according to 1mw. They will be hrl- two week* trtin the date o! thi- bat and, it aull unclaimed, anlJ he sent to th« Dead I etter Office. P.*rtk« calling tor :h mail Buittay advimtibiu, giving dale ot list. Out ccat wil* be charged on each piece ot mail adver tiaed. AlW.Av HAVE YOUR MAll. IH- HkCTKl *10 vr K sTHkKT AN P NUM - BltK.orP. O. BOX Nofifv this ofKce at once c4 any change in yo'ir Citv *cU!rearf< l. T. u*i .hikt.n, P V. Amisod Mia* Mary Hiair Mr* Andv Bt>>Win Mt * Blauche hoi^l Charlie liurton Dave ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 17 July 1892

EDITORIAL OOKRL8POSDENOE. Bk>; • -*' v; Prcos City, Tex., June S. 1S9J. Dear Gazetteer : Day was ju:,t breaking when our train stopped at Albuquerque Junc- tion, and as we made close connec- tion with the El Paso bcanch of the Santa Fe we did not pay the city a visit. Fifty or sixty miles west of the Rio Grande we passed one of the ancient Indian pueblos, or towns, which we desired very much to see, but didn't have the opportunity. The Pueblo, or Zuni, Indians are a peaceable race, subsisting by agri- culture. There were thirty-five br forty of these pueblos when the Spaniards first visited the country in 1540, but many of the largest are now in ruins. The houses are built in terrace form, three or more stories high, and are entered from the roof, which is reached by ladders. These Indiana are nearly all sun worship- pers. The early Catholic missionaries Impartially converted a few of them, ! (probably by force rather than per- I ■suasion, but when the country passed into the han...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 17 July 1892

ROYAL IS THE Best Baking Powder OUB PHILADELPHIA LETTER Hews From all Quarters Condensed What the Workers are Doin£ - Business Prospects. The Official Government Reports: The United States Government, after elaborate tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of greater leav- ening strength, than any other.! , (Bulletin 13, Ag. Dep., p. 599.'/ \ The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show the Royal Baking Powder highest 'of all in leavening strength. (Bulletin 10,/. 16, Inland Rev. Dep.) In practical use, therefore, the Royal Baking Powder goes further, makes purer and more perfect food than any other. * I 1 Government Chemists Certify: i • 1 j "The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pure and whole- some ingredients. It does not contain either"Ttlum or phosphates, or other injurious substances. Edward G. Love, Ph. D." •t The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. "Henry A. Mott, M.D., Ph.D." . " The Royal Baking Po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 17 July 1892

Sttiulaj fcrtim fl lLISHir f Vf K Y SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE DO YOU OWE FOR YOJK 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. This Is the date to which you have paid. If the date Is passed, you will know ithat you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance is in order. P. S.—iNo[ honorable man (or woman either) will take a flcvyspaper from the poatoffice for a jrear or two without pav- ing for It, and then tell tht: postmaster he doesn't want It any longer, or move away without any notification all. If you don't want the naner an* longer after the time paid for U expired, jui t write on a postal card, "Stop'er," sign your name, and address it to this office. It will cont but a cent to do the right thing and save the publisher some money. tf OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, municipal offickks. Mayor... i H. Tone. S«jy:etmry i T. E. Kennedy Attorney..... 1. M. Standi fer Mar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 17 July 1892

gSSSCBBiHii^<w|w*f^^-4.Ije^cg 'm 'ryr-frr--r-«r " ~ **-*: srmseam^tm^' wtnommr* HOLMES! SOCIETY. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. LC^AL CONDLNSAItPNS, ON MONDAY MORNING I will be ready for business, and will offer more I • Genuine Bargains THAN HIS EVER BEEN SHOWN HERE. I have jiist returned from market and have bought largely of desirable SUMMER GOODS Ranging from the cheapest to the highest grades, and, best of all,, I have bought them at 50c on the dollar, and I shall sell them on the same basis, viz: r* ' OF TIIEIR RETAIL VALUE. I am unable to quote prices in this paper, but will have handbills out on ^Monday quoting* prices on many lines, but suffice that everything I bought, some $6,000 or $7,000 will be sold at i about half what you paid for them forty day^ ago. / • Respectfully, S. G. HOLMES 203 MAIN STREET. LIKE DAYY CROCKET Junto feettm 1 i l i r i We are somewhat like Daw Crocket. We knock the black out ot the grocery business everv time. One tfial will con- vince jrou. 313 & 3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 24 July 1892

Commercial Printing ■ OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing House VOLUME XI. ! SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.j i OVE DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS.- I DKNISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 24, 1892. knterkd at th k postokkick at dknison, texas, j as second class mail matter. i NUMBER 13. i _ • i ■ ^ Commercial Printing OK Al l KINDS AT Murray's Pover Printing House 5 UOUNTY DEMOCRATIC) TICKET. state senate, J. D. WOODS, of Sherman. representatives, W. M. PECK, ot DenUori; J. H. DILLS, ot Sherman; ED SIMMONS, of Sherman. county ildi.e, E. I'. GREGG, ot Sherman. tax coi.lector, R. J. CUNNINGHAM, ot Sherman. Ill<4TUI(*T fl b'SK ROBERT WALKER, ot Sherman. county treasurer, WILLIi4 M SCOTT, of Sherman. county clerk, T., W. HUDSON, of Sherman. sheriff, : !' ' ! . , EX. HUGHES, of Collinaville. county attorney, RICE MAXEY, of Sherman. tax assessor, JOHN W. STEWART, of Sherman. ' school superintendent, GUS CLAYTON, of White Mound. public weigher, JOHN D. FENET, of Sherman. county surveyor, J. T. KEAR...

Publication Title: Sunday Gazeteer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 24 July 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Ro>l A. X sszszsm Baking Powder dem1s0n reminiscences. i I A WEEKLY 8DMMAHI OF WHAT TRAS3PIKED IN THE GATE CITY 19 YEAE8 AGO. :f ABSOLUTELY PURE With Banning Commentaries When the Incidents Suggest It. "J E. HANNA 4: SON, DRUGGISTS. no MAIN STKKKT. j B. C. f PROPKIKTOR. jjeckek ai Harris, ATTORNEYS- A T-1, A W. MURRAY, . Sunday. July 24, iSyj. Turn Texan Loose " THE AMERICAN GIRL Office JO" Main Strtet. thorough action. ijTGNOR & M'OSSti, Manufacturers of and tlcal«jr> BUGGIES AM) WAGON'S. | ♦ 14 Kl' I.I IK A I. lMI'l.KMf\TS, | She knows no Latin, he knows no Greek, rrompt|cflitiroi ami ; But the purest American she can speak; ! .She knows the uses of her and she, 1 ———— I And the proper p aces ot i and me. :■! 5 j She doesn't use big words to tell i A story, although she can use them well; In short, she's a girl without pretense, With an ample supply ot common sense. And I'd rather have her any day Than the girl...

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