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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 4 December 1892

..V.. * pmhhhhbhhhhhp wm ■ ■ •' LOCAL CONDENSATIONS. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. AMUSEMENTS. SOCIETY. IVES The Society Editor ol the Gazetteer will thank the ladiea of Denison for the announcements ot entertainment* given by them, or other lOcietT events of special interest. Andreas, '' Society Editor." Gaaetter.r. Here's lighten your opportunity tfr your vrork and get your liege lords home early. Kemember the shortest road to a man's heart is via the "appetite route." Follow him to the front door, whi«per MINT JEMIMA'S PAN- Si"./ AKES Softly into his ear. If you'll "press this button the Pan- cakes will do the rest." Each package has the picture ot old Aunt Jemima on it. If your grocer doesn't keep it, tell him the trade is supplied by wholesale grocers. BIBBARDBROS ^uadan taettm Sunday, December 4, 1S92. Our Gift •* To Every Obo of Our Readers. #■ "A Yard of j Pansies." By special arrangement with the Pub- lishers, we are enabled to make every one of our reader* a present of one of these ...

Publication Title: Sunday Gazeteer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 11 December 1892

VOLUME XI. STAR STORE •«SPECIAL OXjE^-HXISrCa- SALE ■ BEGINS MONDAY Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing House Office choosers MpnpssEFjj?! sf7" " ...... .. ( SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, I J , ONI DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. t Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT llnrrii.1. it- ■ ■ 1 Murray s rover Prnpi HNSt DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1892 kntrred at the postoftick at dknison, texas, ( as second class mail matter. NUMBER 33. OF- Misses' & Children's Wraps A Sweeping Reduction in Each and Every Department. « OYOLOBIU UAfEfiB. A I* m 8 en i+I ^ inpves" ""i¥i— r~i4rnnwtz] czi iizi [zy H. EUPER Has a Choice Assortment of Toys Fine Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fireworks. West and Domestic Cigars. No. 22$ Main St., Denison. Crisp and cool. Cotton continues to decline slowly, beggars should not be Senator Mills will tbe seriate. be returned Cleveland's majority over Harri- son in Tezaa is 161,763 votes. fteorps rUfW i w «pual majority into a cocked hat, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 11 December 1892

•*. - . - of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTE!* PURE THE RE8ULT. THE OOMET. Ho Dangar—It is Going From Us. Dr. C. L. Poor, of the Johns Hopkins university, Baltimore, re ferring to the predicted impending crash, said that there was not one chance in 10,000 that the earth and the comet would meet. "All these scares," said Dr. Poor, "were caused bv a lack of knowledge con- cerning the comet. As its orbit was A special to the Fort Worth Ga- ette on the 20 inst. gave the total vote for presidential electors as fol- lows : Democratic electors; D. G. i Wooten, 239,14s; J. C. Hodges, 236,800; J. F. Randolph, 23^,00^; J. I. Perkins, 236,25b; J. S. Spinks, 236,513; P. R. Lockett, 236,309; A. C. Owsley, 238,052; H. P. Brown, 235,862 ; W. S. Baker, 236,- | not defined, it was almost an imp j beautifying the penitentiary grounds - H. Word, 236,401 ; Lee 8TATE SEWS. Two vear« ag > a $15000 company was organized at B nham and a splendid optra hou^e was c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 11 December 1892

$iuidag fcctUn niLlSHIDlVfRY SUNDAY MORNING HURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE OUR PHILADELPHIA LETTEH. 1 MUNICIPAL. OKKICKKS. Mayer. D.Yorom Secretary W.J. S«DU Attorney T. Gj Hariia Marshal ..J. Kd. J ann Trsaaurer. I N. S. Krnst AlHuor and CoJiector J o« Hrutachf Street Commiaaionar James Moreland City Judge D. O. Hausc COUNCII.MKN. Firat Ward... Pat H. Toblo, Mike Brown S«c*nd Ward... ..... W. T. Moase, W. T. Cutler Third Ward K. S. L.Katc. W. S. Raker Fourth Ward .C. M. Dana, A. N. Khamy CHU<tCH|KS. Fin it C0N0al0ATi0i«AL'CauhCB—Tone ave- aoa between Main and WoodarU streets. Senricea Mil a. m. and 7 p.m. Sunday school at 9 *5 a.m. Rev. L. W. Hick., Pastorj C. C. Haskell, Super- IstBadsat. I * BpiscuFai.—Corner Woodard street and Kannm aveaue. Ke . K. M. Atkia, rector. Services, II a. m. andS p. nr. Sunday school atg:jo a. m. Baptist— Corner Woodard street and Mirick avenue; Rev. W. K. Tynea, pastor. Services 11 a. a>. aad S p. m. Sunday school 9 :jo a. in. W. C. Tignor, super...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 11 December 1892

GOOD s* As usual, we hob up serenely with a finer and more extensive stock of Holiday Goods than ever. It is impossible to tell what we have. You must see our display to appreciate RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. A« ortfirg to the R>i!«at Review the rr.etnod <>t kUr*trK a trsin In Germany is quite ludicrous, and will cause trainmen to *ni:e. " I he aeti ' I- arT imposir.g, d>i*ri;fied and 'solemn-looking official, at- tirrd in elaborate uniform, literally gilt- edged, i nd be act* its rrasler of cere- monies on the In.posing occaoion. When (he train ariive* at a s'ation be LOCAL CONDENSATIONS. SATVUDAYi DEC. 3. The remains of little Louise Eiii a Bul- lari?, daughter of Mr.j and Mrs. Charles Bullard, residing in SOuth Denison, ate to be interred this evening in Oakwood. Cotton is again on the decline and the "Shorts" ikre happy A. B. Per- son came in from Paris this evening. W. in hnlt • is *tand" I A. LaBaum of the federal court at Paris, tng bolt upright in an almost military ' po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 18 December 1892

Commercial Printing Commercial Print] OF ALL KINDS AT OF ALL KINDS AT array's Power Printing House DE3ISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1892. J SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, I I ONK DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. I VOLUM ENTERED AT THE f AS SECOND TOFPICE AT DENISON. TEXAS,# LASS MAIL MATTER. NUMBER AN IMPORTANT ARREST Light Being Turned on in the Den- ison Murder Mysteries. For the Convenience of Persons W'| Have to Buy Christmas Presents, We Enumerate a Few of the Many Articles Which Our Magnificent Stock Contains. Cents' Goods. Camel H«lr, Scarlet Wool and White Underwear from $i to $4 per suit. White Drew Shirts, putt, plain and em- broidered bosoms, from $1 to $2.50 Gents' Kid, Dog, Goat, Seal and; Buck Gloves from $1 tc $2 50 per pair.' Gents' Hats, soft, stiff, in fur, felt and wool. Neckwear in Puffs, Teck and Four-in- Hand Scarf* from 25c to $*.50 each. Men's. Socks, In Silk, Cotton', Lisle and Cashmere, black and colors, from 25c to Men'* Handkerchiefs and M uiBers, in Silk and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 18 December 1892

Leavening Power.-—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE PEN OIL P0IHT8. Turn the rascals out. • • San'a Claus is coming. • • j • the alleys and clpse the Krom Printers' Ink. "W0BKI1IG" ADVEBT18EB8. BY ). K. PLACE. Clean dive*. • * Clean the streets, street crossings. Repair the i <Ji t. HANNA Ac SON. JRUGGISTS. nc|MAIN STREET. JJECKEK & HARRIS, ATTORN EYS-AT-LA VV Jwnflag fecitccr B. C. MURRAY, - - Proprietor. Sunday, December iS, 1892. Patronize hotr.e merchants. Sus- tain home institutions. * * The smallpox has made its ap- pearance in New York City. Oftc* **> Main Street. tMraiffc actios. Prompt, efficient and QOrriN & ZINTGRAFF, NOTARY PUBLIC, Gemir al Conveyancbrh, Rial Estate, Insurance and Brokers. Ofice 1 j6 Main Street. w. T. BOOTH, AT THE GATE. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. II45 South H out ton Avtnue, Deni- • u«, Tt E. R. BIRCH, St. Fetter ►food Kuard at the golden gate With a solemn mcin and ah air sedate. When up to the top ot the yolden stair A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 18 December 1892

mM jfruudag ferttm ?\i ILISHI DIVKKT SUNDAY MORNING . MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HODSE DO YOU OWE FOR YOUK 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 .that you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance ia in order. P. S.—No honorable man (or woman either) will take a newspaper from the poatofiice f$r a year 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 all. If you don't want the Daner anv longer atter the dine paid for is expired, just write on a postal card, "Stop'er.'f 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 DIRECTORY. | MUNICIPAL OFFICEKS. Mayor— • « • .«...•••* >.. J. D. \ ocom Secretary... W. J, Scuts Attorney . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 18 December 1892

H OblDflY GOOD As usual, we hob up serenely wi'h a finer and more extensive = (stock of Holiday Goods than ever. It is impossible to tell what we have. You must see our display to appreciate * * * * life 0 V f=gr. A Sure Tip trom Santa Clans. Dear People: The Holiday Goods in his store are the prettiest you will find any-< where. Theif^ prices are as low as good goods can possibly be sold. You will make a great mistake if you buy a single dollar' worth until you see their stock. Yours truly. SANTA CLAUS. We Qffer For One and AH, Old and Young. We are Glad to Welcome Visitors. !' Pleased to Show Our Goods. J". OPERA HOUSE *\X7 Q DID SI Even Santa Clans is Surprised AT OUR DISPLAY. UNCLE BEN JEWELRY STORE, 216 Main Street. I have a fine line of New Goods that "v ill interest you in making your purchases for the Holidays— . Diamonds, Gold and Gold-Filled Watches SXXTSTSSr WATCHES, Chains and Charms, Emblem Goods, Gold Rings, Plain and Set, Ear-Rings, Pins, Neck- Chains and Lockets, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 25 December 1892

I 7 ial Printing LL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing House VOLUME XI. I SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, ( I ONE DOLLAR POR SIX MONTHS. < DKNISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2o, 1892. , esterkd at the postoppice AT DENISON. TEXAS. / xtttlfdpd OK I as. second class mail MATTER. j .W UMxJxkK OO. Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Merraj's Power Printini Heia Owing to the Very Muddy Streets and Bad Weather, the 3 SALE of LADIES' WRAPS That Was to Close To-day, Has Been Continued Through IVext Week. SPECIAL INDUCEMENT.FOB EIGHT DOLLARS! f AND CHILDREN'S WRAPS! At Your Own Price. This is a Bona Fide Clearing Sale to Make Room for Our i Spring* Stock. Respectfully, C'STAR & CRUHDSTEIfi Denison * ]♦[ I I ZD [Zj CZI l—k. ^2£L. TIOSVSS . H.EUPER# IIo8 a Choice Assortment of Toys THE GORDON GANG. -ALSO Key Fine Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fireworks. West and Domestic Cigars. No. 228 Main St., Denison. HO TFiAH HEED APPLY. The people of the neighboring Indian Territory believe they have eno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 25 December 1892

:of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report PEHOIL POIHTS. our philadelphia letter. j©sag?® ABSOLUTELY PURE "j! b. hanna * son, druggists. no MAIN STRKXT. 0kckkr *_0arris, attorneys-at-la^v. Ottca mb Mill Sueet. Prompt, e«flient and temnfk action. QOrriN * ZINTGRAFF, notary | ublic, ulmual c0mv«yanc*rs, >> Rsal Ebtatb, Insuhanc* and Brokers. OOce u6 Main Street. Yf T. BOOTH, physician and suk^jeon. 1145 South Houeton Avenue. Deni- ,<>(, Tola. c. E. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN. j^UGUST UHLIG, Manufacturer ot FINE BOOTS AND SHOES. Shop on Auctin Avenue. dorer, Watchmaker and Jewklbr. dialik iii WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWKLRV- N& uS Main Street. Denieoo, Texaa. |JUNSON & ERO., ■*" Estate amd Abstract up Tints and Notary Public. Farm a*d Fruit Land a Specialty. OCca joi Woodard St.. munion Block. gtephen FRENCIH, INSURANCE AGENT. OFFICE IH MAIN STKST. ^ O. MOSELEY, Attornbt St Cch nsklor-at-Law, Room* ij and 14 Munson Block, over the Postoffice, ijsnison, texas. KT*NAG...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 25 December 1892

£iuidai> terttm | denison rehimiscehces fllLiaHICIVlI y sunday morning MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOOSE do tod owe for youb 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. Thia la the date to which you have paid. If the date ia passed, you will know that you are owing (or your paper, and an early remittance la In order. P. k.—No honorable ro*n(or wciman either) will take a newspaper from the poetoffice for a jear or two without pay- ing for it, and then tell the po tma ter he doesn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the oaoer an* longer atter the dm* 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. r „ t| official dibectory. MUNICIPAL. OFHICKKS. Mayor Secretary.... Attorney..... Marshal...... Treasurer....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 25 December 1892

H OLiIDAY GOOD s & * * * # * As usual, wv wifh a hob up serenely ' * finer and flnore extensive stock of Holiday Goods than ever. It is impossible to tell what we have. You must gee our display to appreciate of Appitiptf * s * * * * p E. W. HUNT THE MAN WHO MURDERED HIS WIFE WITH AN AXE. Arrested >t Walnut Springs, Tex, and Now B«hmd the Bars at Sherman. .* We Offer For One and All, Old and Voting. A Sore Tip from Santa Clans. Dear Pkopi.e : The Holiday Goods in his store are the prettiest you- will find any- where. Their pticiH are a* low as good goods can possibly be sold. You will make a great mistake if you buy a sin«le dollrth until you see their stock, 1 Yours trulv, SANTA CLAUS. We are TX7". IP OB Glad to Welcome Visitors. ,M Pleased to Show Oar Goods. ! —\ OPERA HOUSE ""SI M Even Santa Clans Is Surprised AT OUR DISPLAY. M>- ip™** UNCLE BEN ELRY STORE, 216 Main Street. I h®ve a fine line of New Goods that will interest you in ipgking your purchases for the Holidays—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 1 January 1893

Murray's Power Printing House VOLUME XI. . SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, I ONE DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 1893. ENTERED AT THE POSTOKFtCE AT DENISON, TEXAS, AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. 'I NUMBER 36. lercial Printii OF ALL KINDS AT Momy's Pom Prtettof ]0«EZD#[IZi#[ TOY'S # J. A. EUPER Huh a Choice Assortment ot Toys -ALSO Fine Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fireworks. Key West and Domestic Cigars. No. 228 Main St., Denison. DiiATH Of A POPULAR EDITOK. fh e press of this state was star- tled last week by the announcement that Mr. J. F. Milchfell, editor of the Greenville Banner, j was dead. It wu generally knowrt that h<* was in feeble health, but lew were aware that his condition was critical. Mr. Mitchell was a veteran journalist and one of the most successful pub- lishers, outside the large cities, in the state. He was a forcible writer and a good business man. We knew him well—an honest man, a kind friend, liberal in opin;.&a charitable to a fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 1 January 1893

— Highest of all in Leavening Power.-—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE E. H ANN A & SON, DRUGGISTS. no MAIN STRKKT. |^ECKER & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. CHbcc tab Mala St/tit. Prompt, efficient U^U taorough action. _ • QOFFIN & ZINTGRAFF, NOTARY PUBLIC, Ukmkrai. Conveyancers, Real Estate, Insurance and Brokers. Office ij6 Main Street. ' Iff T. BOOTH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Reaidanc* 114s South Hoaatoo Areoae. Deni- • oa, Taxaa. IRCH, PHYSIC ^nnflag feettetr B. C. MURRAY, - - Proprietor. Sunday, January i, 18^3. There is not one man on eaith who does not consider himself con- siderably above the average. None of us may like pawnbrokers —the three gold ball fellows—but we often have to "put up" with them. Over $17,000,000 have been in- vested in new buildings in St. Louis since the beginning of 1893/ If Kansas is divided into two states, John J. Ingalls may be large enough to represent one of them in the senate. Maybe. If you don't believe that the de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 1 January 1893

HI V *V£R \ SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE 00 K PHILALELPHIA LETTEE. News From all Ouartera What the Workeri are .business Proapm Condensed— Doing— ta. DO YOU OWE FOB ?OJR PAPER? Subscribers to the Gazet- teer are requested to notice the date opposite their ad* dress on the margin of the psper 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 poatoffice for a year or two without pav- ing for it, and then tell the |Kj tmaj.ter he I doetn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. It >ou , don't want the oaoer anv longer atter (he ; time paid for U expired, just write on a postal card, "iitop'er," sign your name, | and address it to this office. It will cost but a cent to do the right thing and have j the publisher some money. ti •: j OFFICIAL DIRECTORY....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 1 January 1893

- ii vriT'Tir ^1 H OblDflY GOOD s# Aft usual, we bob up serenely - with a finer and more extensive , * stock of Holiday Goods than ever. # It is impossible to tell what we have. You must see our display to appreciate ii A Sore Tip Irom Santa Clans. Deak People : The Holiday Goods in his store •re the prettiest you will find any- where. Their prices are as low as good goods can possibly he sold. You will make a great mistake if you buy a single dojlar' worth until you see their stock. Yours trulv. SANTA CLAUS. We Offi r For One and All, Old are Glad to Welcome Visitors. Pleased lo Show Our Goods. . T. OPERA HOUSE IS 01 ■ 0 1 — jo r= \ a — _____ $ 6 = 0 jo u ■ L 4 ti> O and 1 ou no;. )T$ RAILROAD RUMBLINGS- A Texas Si Pacific engine left the track- on the "Y" at Bells one dav last, wrek and two or three dav were consumed in getting it in shape for service. The! delay was the result of the exceedingly soft ground—black waxy soil. i AH the ro*da ot the state are doing an enormous pas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 8 January 1893

Commercial Printing leroial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing Houss VOL t SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR , I I OMR DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. i denison, texas, sunday, january ^ 1893. ENTERED AT THE POSTOKFICR AT DKNISON, TEXAS, ( ' AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTKM. Murray's Pmr Prtrti«i Must NUMBER Office of—*- BE IRNE & STENS0N, m * • 0 & m 0 •Denison, Tex. To the Young Men of Denison: We take pleasure in advising you that we have this day received an invoice ot GENTLEMEN'S DRESS SHOES from the world-renowned shoemakers, Messrs. Strong & Carroll. Without fear of contradiction, we will state that they are finer goods, newer styles and finished with greater skill and taste than any line of men's shoes ever offered for sale in Denison. Everything is put into them that money, skill and labor can accom- plish. They ere the perfection of fine shoemaking. They come in Kangaroo! Bluchers with Patent Foxings. j. All Patent-Leather Bluchers with Glove-Kid!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 8 January 1893

of *11 in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE if B. HANNA & SON, DRUGGISTS. no MAIN STREST. |)1CKER & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Oiti m6 Mala Street. Prompt, efficient and "i action. B. C. MURRAY, - - Proprietor. Sunday, January 8, 1893,^ QOrFIN ft ZINTviRAFF, NOTARY PUBLIC, * tinuAL Conveyancers, Real Estate, Insurance and Brokers. Office U6 Main Street. ^ T. BOOTH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Brother W. D. Bell, editor of the Childress Star, has a practical idea of the Christmas festival. He says: Next week the Star will miss an i«sue—the first in over two years. For one year and six months the present editor has been editor, tore- man, compositor, pressman, devil and general roustabout in the soup department, and has never missed an issue. During this time he has been painfully sober, but it is now time to call a halt and get polutedly drunk. Next week we propose to take the town for two days and flay in jail the rest of the week. -Hur- rah for Christmas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 8 January 1893

^hildas tertian denison reminiscences. I |A WEE£Ly 8UMMABY OF WHAT sunday morning ! transpired is the gate MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE DO YOU owe tor yojr paper? Subscribers to the Caze$ 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 theldate is passed, you will ktlw that you sre owing for yotH 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 jrear or two without pay- ing for it, and then tell the postmaittar hi doesn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the oaner anr linger *tter the done paid for U expired, just write on a postal catd, "Stop'er,". sign your name, and address it to this office, it will cost but * cenjt to do the right thing and save the pubhpfcer some money! tf T OITY 19 YEARS AGO. With Running Commentaries When the Incidents 8n...

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