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THE GAZETTE
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STATE PRINTING COMPANY
H WILLIAM J L WVHOT
President VlcePresldeisl
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MIICHAVirAI milAHTMRNT
HTATI IniNTINO TO
rort Worth Texaa
IIIU VrTIIIIm UllMll i
Crlenda of
lilt TOLLY A rULLErt
If Bali Antonio announee him nfl a
nndldate for the Democratic nomina
tion for AttorneyGenera of the atate
mil ttntTin rfiiiviiiMin
We are authorized lo nnnounco
II W CAM I
if Tort Worth as a candidate fo the
DemncniMi nomination for Lieutenant
3overnor of Texaa
For atnte Inml tiiminl li > iir
We are authorised lo announce
Wm BttAMIIlTTIJ
if nils county ua a candidate
or land commlatoncr foe Texas
ubjert to the action of the Dcmocrallo
Hate convention
roHlcre Incut rMrrnt
The atorm wave will reach thin
nerldlan nnd the olhtr changes will oo
mr at anil within 100 miles of rort
IVirtb vvlthltig twentyfour houra be
ore or ntter sunset of the date civ en
elovv
Apill so Storm wave on this me
Idlun
Mu
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Mai 4
Mill 6
Wind chanslnii
Cooler and ilearlmr
ModiTntlnir
until r
Hlorm avo on thin meridian
Mr Chiiion takes laeue with tho ad
nlnlatratlon on Its financial policy
The c luntry la now ready to hear from
uttlcO H Ill Shrpard
AtlorneyOeneral Culberaotl will de
v r hl Initial apee n of the campalen
ii xt Saturday at Clarlnnd and then
lie ball wHi be fairly opened
cndldnle Jake llodRea wn rlitht
ifler all ConicrraBinan Culberson Is
lot n candidate for leelectlon and the
irrnmble fur hla place can now beirln
il earnest without fear of interruption
roin htm
Tho letter of lteprceentntlio Ken
Jedy to Hqulre Maddox In behalf of the
Irmth uifferera of the aouthweat ap
seals strongly to the sympathies of
ill Texan It
should meet a prompt
eiimnao from the people of our own
a ored section
Tho threat of Eastern Democroilo
lenatora to defeat the tariff bill unless
Income tax Is removed from It
luitht not to Intimidate the party In the
eerformance of Its duty The Kaab rn
ln stood out for protection until un
lecresalve West forced It Intu line
The Kaslern money barons who have
lien flocking to consteis tor benents
or the past twentynvo years and who
rained millions by the recent congres
Uonal blow at allvec have no ground
or lalllng at Coxeya army They act
he example
AS 111 JUIU11 viimii
Judge Iteagana letter the Athens
lommlueo which aollcltedVilm iu run
lor governor anya In aubinoe timt
is will not run for the oBlc nor will
e run from It To quote lilslown lau
tuage
P 1 1 W0U1J Induce me to be a
tandldate except the failure of those
nho aie or may become candidate to
ndorae and sustain the doctrines and
oolUlea of tho Democracy or Texas
il 0 thr Illtforma
Mn of prlncl
plo of MM nnd lsaa we must hive
principles of the pa > as authorlta
lively annoue djiy It
In other worue Judge Iteigan will
t stand Idly by while etforta are be
ing made to cause Ihe Democracy of
Texas to repudiate the carshed plat
orm In ono way or another It Is
lafe to predict that he v Ill be a po
Jentlal factor In the next state conten
tion Ills colt for a positive declare
Hon oenjjj aplea without equivocation
tf any sort ought to have the Indorse
ment of every man who believes in
tonvsty In puitlca whether or not he
MaJ4 J > 1 Re suu view of
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STATE SOCIETY
Mr Tom Simmons leaves tMuy for
Manton Bprlnc
MIm Cloa Holman ha returned o
h r Jiomo In Howie
SI Iks Uthcl Jones entertained a few
Xrliids nt luncheon Sunday
Mlsi Minnie Tllxtiman cntcitalnM a
few frlendd TVtwInesday ovenlnff
Mack Catrs left t > city taL vitV
for an Mt nded trln In Tcnntafee
Howard ltutler uf Itowla wan the
guer > t of Mlta Holman thta wc k
Jean Webb and Oliver Gibbon of
ttowle came down to attend the hop
Mr and Mm liarlty Iurtwccl
thla week for a trip i thilr PannpnOle
ranch
Mr and Mri Jim Mltchel of Tort
Worth were Ruetta of Mr Julta Hal
fell thta week
Col nnd Mm II Oreftthouse ore tn
tertalnlntr Hon and Mm II C Kersu
Bon of Denton
Mpi Tithe Coteji leaves to > lay for
Mont ague where sh will be the vuest
of Mis 1ortwood
J Itan Saufty returned to the city
last evening after a short lit to his
old home in Purls He wa accom
panied by his Uttte daughter Uerlha
Tho awtli yount Kenttenicii of our
city uitertnlned their young ludy
friends with a surprise hop Friday
venlnr Hxccllfint muclo was fur
nished by the Decatur orchestra Those
picsent were Miss ithe Jones Jean
Webb Huwlc Miss Minnie TUkIi
man Stiver Gibbon Uowle Miss An
nie I e Jones Itobert More Miss Nel
lie lleurd U row nice JVrRiison IVnttm
V W P and Mrs J Una Saufly
Mr and Mrs Press Terrell Miss Allen
Julian Tn I lafe no MIhh I onlcy Mrk
Cnitn Jack Cutes Miss lUlivl Gates
Chas Calci Jr and Miss Lively
llellou
Miss Tl Ble Harris and Mr Pike I
Phelp wero marrlml at the Llnptlst
thurch at 12 oclock on Wednesday
morning They left linm llfttet for
Hlchmnnd their fulure hjn
Mi Noru Olrder of Waco Is visit
Intc the Misses Denny
Un Hatnrday rvenlnn the Academla
society ene nn entertainment at Ifny
lor Oollejfe The elm pel wns tastefully
and handsomely decorated Tho stnKe
covered with a hnmliom inofiuetta
cnrixt nnd fur ruga uas furiilnh > < l
to rep esc nt a handsome draw In room
The members were seated on the Stan
The folldwlmr prinrin was shen In
an entertalnlnff wuy
Pit rt I
Chorus Ilenutlful Violet Itelnecke
SopranoMisses Jam Uarnett Walker
KoprunoMl4S s titaton Dockutn
DockutnWilson
Itecltntloi When Jrck Conn
Iate M I3va MtO nder
Lo lttell HM > l MoBVKunMil
Misses Mfillim and Lewla
Debute ItesoUcil That Circumstances
Mnks the Man Not Man the Cluutm
stances AtllrniatUo Ml us Susie Pope
und Miss Mattlo Dowrll Nctfntlve
Miss Willie BiullM und Miss Cora lllif
IflHS
1itrt II
Academla Oichestrn potlah dance
Violins Misses tNioiwt Bog > ert and
McUlnder mandolins Mlase Ixttt and
Dllworth KUlturs Mlises Oarnett
Walker Lionkunt JiO li nnj Wilson
ban Jo Miss Mabel Austin
Academlan rwtu Ywtis Jlcm e
Miss Lillian Wells
Vocul Ho > Star o tho llcarr
U Dftue Miss May Uimvr
Translation from lltn
lltnMiss
Miss Chamberlain
XuViO Solopia muslt Chnpii
Mlis Lote Hj pert
rtecltatlon Tho Windows Unlit
Mint M Arnold
Violin Holo Polunals WVtnlnnskl
Mils Dena CQOper
Tho best amateur performance ever
Chen In Helton perhnps the best riven
In the Hut was the opein Plrmfore
> rettented on Tuesday evening nt tho
llHttiii opera house hy tho Aiwlto club
tinder th direction uf Mr Kdwurd 5
Luce
None uf Uulllvans operas is more
deservedly jtopulnr than Tinafore It
Is full or beuutlTul nua some of
them very dlillcult while Its pictur
esque nautical ivttlnff Rive opportun
ity for mnny pretty slaR effects The
entlie perfornumco gae eldetic of
Mr luces skill ns director Orches
tra and singers were pronounced ex
ieptlonulty tine by musical bcoplo
Prom ths tMiidfudy eoeuted nv r
ture to the tlnul choiui It wah a Lrlt
Jlant success
Tho Captdi Mr I N Tyler mnde
a oommuudlnK oftlcer worthy of such
a crew The songs were especially
pleaslntr notable amour them being
the solo Pair Mo n an 1 Hi duet
ThliiRS nro Seldom What They fleeni
with the fasclnatlntf Little Ituttertup
which part was churmlnRly presented
hy Miss Ada Loe Mttw Mattye Denny
as thu Capt tins beautiful dauRhtcr
Josephine won the audience complete
ly with Iter sweot volis and cruceful
actlnfc Mr J li lK kiim sm his
dUUCult tenor sonffs with cssa and ex
presnlon Mr Frank lluasel made a
stAlwart and splendid boatswain The
part of Blr Jo > ph Port < r Tin Ittiltr
of the Quc nf Ntt 9 ws xefll tly
filled by Mr A J ntcsby Ills sisters
and his cousins nnd his uunts rett
dei ed their t horuses charmliiftly
Cuusin II MIM Ilari lVnr j nd
ded Ereatly to the success of tho even
In if by the sprltthtllness and Mvaclly
of her nrtlntr Mr Chas Plshcr ns
Dick Deadeye showed real dramatlo
tateitt In hl ImpurJimtlm i > f tic
character Tho performance was a
rare treat nnd was what the publlo
Mpected fn > m the musical reputation
of Mr V w
Cleburne
Mrs Itoscod Itlx la lilting lit
Meridian this week
Miss Km ma Willis of Waxahachle
Is a suest of Miss Tenute Halo
Mrs D W Odell left Tuesday
for Crockett on a vltlt of several
weeks
Miss Hart of Tort Worth who ha
been visiting friends In the city re
turned home last Monday
The business men of the city arc
organtftni a social club hud are meet
tnti with very enoouruclng success
Mts A IV Bhepard has returned
from a visit of vevvrn weeks at put
phur Springs XAdonta ami othei
plates
Dr J D Onbovn and lfe have re
turned from Austin wherethey at
tended the meeting of the T jtas Med
ical association
A number of people tent from h r
to attend tho wedding of Mr James
Daker and Mitts Itosa Ooldtug at Al
varado last Tuesday
Tho ladles of the Christian church1
gave an lee uam festhat In the
couithouso yard on last Wednesday
evening ahich was well attended and
enjoyed by all
Miss Jennie Pall entertained a num
ber or her friends on last IVtday
evening tit honor of Mist Pillow oi
Greenwood Miss Qutts a llttU crowd
went ftom here and all report a most
excellent evening
The Kmersonlan circle were enter
tained at the hospitable home of Mr
and Mis L 12 Harrow on Nortl
Main street last Tuesday evening
Itoll call was answered by auutattont
from Kmerson Miss Salllo A Kel e
then road Umorsonka esoay tn the
OverBoul and after dUusslijr same
thot hlv prat 1 o L vla rtad a
r j r r
paper which afforded much Interest to
the circle Th subject was The True
Kducatlon and tho False from The
Arena Then came current events
by the rntlr clrcii Refreshments
Wftt then stived Mrs Harr < iw was
nbv assisted by her daughter Miss
Mary In serving After somo charm
ing pieces of Instrumental music the
clr < lo adj < urned to meet next Tuesdny
evening nt tho home of Miss Fannie
Halrd The members present were
Mlssea IannM Halid Annie Hherlock
and Hallle Kelley Messrs 12 C Lewis
W IC Williamson and D O llsher
Loiiatlevr
W V Hall of Marshall has reteurn
ed home
r A Olenn was In the city this
week
L J Bnrnes Ulttd Palestine this
week
Miss Maud Uarnes has returned to
Kllgpre
Miss Itoaa AVechsler of Kit gore has
returned home
Mrs Jas Downs has returned from a
visit to Kllgore
W If Emmerson and family have
returned from Wolf City
Mr and Mrs J I Lacy visited rel
atives at Hlg Sandy Sunday
Mrs 13 Il Craln lelted relatives In
Tjler this week aud returned
Miss Minnie Fisher has returned
from a visit to friends at Bprlng 21111
Misses Carrie and Knte Dickson of
Kllgoie are visiting relatives In tlm
cityMrs
Mrs Iteynold Mrs MeWhorter and
Mrs lluyd of Kllgore Malted here
Wednesday
The Methodist and Ilaptlst Sunday
vohools held u picnic at Clear Lake
Friday A Intga crowd attended
Misses Bammle McKay May Itrunor
and Lflle 8haw havo returned from a
lslt to Han Antonio and Palestine
A rd hi ore
Mrs DuDols of Texas Is In the city
A crowd went out on a plcnlo last
Sunday
Arthur Nalcott returned to Muscogee
last week
Several fishing parties have gone out
this week
Mrs John Mahoney visited In
anlncsvllle
Mr Ual rietder was In the city the
past week
Mrs L N Turman and baby are
In tho city
Mr 13 Aycock of Morrllton Ark
Is In the clt >
Tho band boys were In Pauls Val
ley Thursday
Mlaa Cloud left for her home In Dun
can I T on last Tuesday
Mrs T K Kearney loft for Memphis
Tenn to b absent a month
MIsa Ohtdney and Mr Lacy returned
to Oalnvsvtllo Saturday evening
Judge DuUols of Buuta Anna Texas
who has been In the city the punt
week has relumed home
Thosrt who took part In Queen
Ilsther expect to go to Wynnewoud
nnd leproduce the play
Ml s Chock Ia Flora has returned
to her home after a pleasant visit to
her sister Mrs Iee Cruce
Messrs Dailies und Atkinson of MC
Klnney visited relatives for a few
days returning home Tuesday morn
ing
Mr J A Mays and wife left for
OretMivllte Texan Thursday Mrs
Mays nlil make an extended visit to
her fntbur and mother Dr nnd Mrs
Chandler
A hop wns given nt the club rooms
Monday venlng complimenty U
Miss Gladney of Oaln svIlo Thoso
vis
WE GAZETTE WE WORTH TEXAS MONDAY AMIS 80 1B 1I
who attended were Miss Oladncy and
Mr Incy Mi Hlnplb and Mr J J
Chandler Miss Utico nnd Mr Pert
Foster Misses Lit telle and Floyd and
Mr John OWealy Miss Uoledge and
Mi Doo > elder Miss Ulake and Mr
Ncls Coleman Miss uarnes nnd
brother Misses Crliu nnd Mr Ather
t on Messrs Suddnth Hclvolly Doug
lass and others A dnlnty lunch was
served at tho cafo nt 12 oclock
I tilClle
Mtss ltona Tolly visited la Itaska last
week
Mr W If Horry ti In Kerens this
week
Mr It D Ualncs of Fort Worth vis
ited In Itaska Sunday
Private school opened Monday with
fiftyone pupils present
Mr li J Itlce has leturned rom a
business trip tfc AHord
A number of the Jolly boya are off
on a flahlng excursion this week
Mlm Julia Mnrkhmu of Kosse Is the
guest of Mr nnd Mra J P Thomaaon
Miss Maud LocUett of Ornnd View
was In ltaaka during the Mulkey re
vival
Mis J M Alter and daughter Kate
were the guaeta of Mr anil Mrs J li
Painter
Mlas Amelia dimming of Ornnd
View spent the week In this city visit
ing frlncds
Dr K Muse of Alvarndo was tho
guest of his sister Mrs J J Price
Sunday and Monday
Mrs A It Hudgtna of Grand View
has been by tho bedside of her mother
Mrs J P Thomason of this city who
la quite 111
Tho entertainment given by Mia
Liszt IeNls muslo cluss Tuesday
night was appi eclated by a largo au
dience
Messrs C I Martin Allen White
and W J Prultt left Saturday for lilr
mlngham Ala to attend the reunion
of exCunfedemta veterans
Messrs 1 C VorUr George Jordon
and Tom Ivy of Htllsbuto nttended the
oi cmlxatlon of the uniform rank
Knights of Pythias Tuesday night
Tho new and beautiful Presbyterian
church will be dedicated the first Hun
day In May Itev Dr J T Hendrlx
of Waco will preach the dedicatory
sermon
Wetillirrrortl
Mlas N llle indwell came In from the
> Vella Saturday but returned Monday
Mrs J A Harris Is entertaining her
sister Miss Dow Hell of Lebauon
Tenn
Mr and Mrs l M Self of llurleson
nro visiting their daughter Mrs H
Put man
Mrs Frank Oalagher of Austin Is
spending a few da > s here visiting rel
atives and friends
Miss MyrtlG Shannon of ISastland
spent a few days in our little city
last week visiting her brother
Miss Augusta Hartnett who has
been visiting here for the past two
vterkt left for her homo Tuesday
Mlsa Mattle lllch after a pleatant
visit to her brother Mr C V Dag
gett returned to her home at Prairie
trove Ark the latter part of last
week
Mrs W D Slack formerly of Weath
eiford but now or Dallas spmt Sun
day with heV parents Mr and Mrs
U M Porter but left for Mineral Well
Monday
Miss Wllllo Porter of Taj lor Tex
who has betm Mslttug the Mlssy Din
ner for several day left Tuesday
morning tat Ciddo Tex to U rel
atives berore leturntn homu
On Saturday the Slat a number of
jqung ladlca and gentlemen chapor
oued by Mr and Mrs Pugh Price n
P lted to the farm of Mr Paul Hut
hold to spend Sap Jacinto day Hunt
ing Ashing and rowing wore th chief
sport of the occasion Nothing was
left und on to add to the comfort of
the pitnleers Thoso who participated
In th picnic were Misses Itowland
Sntlth LewK Thomason Morton Lo
Ornnde Cotlen Corn Uoyle and Cole
man MeftKta Msk Chandler Milam
Klmbrough Darthold Winston Pul
lard Uttlcton Kldd Toat and Tlan
ary
Judffo 13 W Nicholson and family
of MaLksboro Tex visited relatives
of this city last week While hete the
Judge attended court making his trip
both pleasant and profitable
The ladle of the Home and Par
sonage aoclety of the North Side Metll
odlst church gave quite a novtl enter
tainment In the way of a broom party
at the residence of Mrs Miller A most
enjoyable time was had by all In at
tendance
UritevlireeW
Miss Minnie Brown and J Q Todd
of Uattlo were married at the Barkley
house on Wednesday afternoon
Mis litnma Wiley has returned from
an extended visit at Hhlloh accompan
ied by her niece Mlsa Josie Moore
Mis VIrgle Johnson loft Tuesday
morning fur Dallas where she will
spend the summer with friends and
relatives
On Tuesday night the Kp worth
League entertained the societies of the
Christian I3ndeavur and Young Peo
tiles Baptist union nt the residence of
Capt nnd Mrs J B T > us llecita
tloriH were heard from Mrs Jensl <
Cobb Miss Harrison Mrs W C Cobb
Mlm Georgia Haves and MaHter Carl
Klioald after which refreshments were
etvevl All reported an enjoyable time
In Monday night Mr M J Burow
enfertnlneil trir following young peo
PI I Misses Julia Jacob Osilo Walt
Atnle Jaokspn Faith Harrison Ollle
Jickson Ttefirt Grsham Delia Ilntes
Mnttle Jncksnn and Gertie and Lillle
Stuart and Messrs Gresham Burrow
Sliart Webb Harwell Brown Jnck
son Sanders Shilling Hayes Mills
and Cortland of Houiton Dancing
was Indulged In until n late hour and
nothing wns left undone to make It an
enjojable affair
AI bn n Y
Miss Grace Lee la visiting In Weath
erford
Mr C 13 Welch has returned to
Abllen
Mr L l Cheatham Is visiting In
AMIen
Judge nnd Mrs J C Lynch are back
from Balrd
J P Friend and family have return
ed lo Dallas
Mr IVW Reynolds I Mailing In
Throckmorton
Miss Mnttle Bingham Is visiting In
Southern Texas
John King und family of Alabama
are visiting here
Fred nnd Miss Ddnle Dodson have re
turn d from Moron
Mrs C IS Welch of Abilene Is vis
iting friends nt this place
Gua Newcomb and family have re
turned to Throckmorton
Mrs F Shark I c ford and Mrs Hlxle
Wolf are visiting In Dalas
Minn George entertained the Clover
Leafs on Frlda > evening
Mim A 1J Dyir entertained on Fri
day evening In honor of Miss Davis
Mrs D M Hart of Weatherfqrd Is
tho guest ofLMr and Mrs A M Oeorge
Mr and Mrs U It Manning enter
tained the Shockers Thursday even
ing
Jrin Honeycut and family have gone
fur an extended trip In the Jforth and
WesL
A union May day Sundayschool plc
nlo will be given at the Dim Grovo
park Tueiday the 1st
Mlsa Beltle Parker of Thorpe Spilmcs
was tho guest of Mr nnd Airs I M
Chlsm the pdst week She left Thurs
day to visit 111 lllnols
IloTle
Mr McCall of Fort Worth Is In
town
Mr Will Simmons left today for Fort
Worth wheie he will make his home
In the future much to the regret of
tho society people of Bowie
A party of the younger crowd had
n great bl time on the Sandy on a
Halting trip Those in tho crowd were
Jonas Buinett Dauy Itamsuer Hu
bert fcelts A Hewn Kelly Walter
Slaughter Anna Dthiiage Furlough
Ow le > Lena Ooree nnd Will Goree
The dancing people participated In
n very enJo > able hop given ot Law
rence hall Tuesday evi nlng Those
pi event wete Misses Lee Cook Mnt
tle Klllot Jessie Glvens Miss Canary
Perle Davis Hall ye Lnngston Messrs
LI I lard Nooe Tom Belt Jean Webb
O B Glhbun Will Simmons Albert
Thomas John Harris Walter Slaught
er
Vernon
The Itev Sam Jones entertained n
fairly good sized nudlence at the Meth
odist Kplscupal church one evening this
week
Tuesday night one of the most pteas
ant dances of this > enr wns Riven at
Hotel Vernon In honor of several joung
ladle who are visiting here A Bleat
many uttendtd among whom were
Misses Brtfton Newton Fannie Brit
ton La no Pulllnn Of Harrold Chap
lain of Wichita Smlthey Brlgesa and
8mlthey of Fort Worth Wood and
1nue Messrs Colbert White Cook
Mason Brltton Ncal Dunlap and Fur
rell
Another one of our young ladle lost
to us which mean a gain for Fort
Worth us Mrs Thornton Iomax will
mako her future home there Mtss
Dodson tho bride of Wednesday even
Inns wedding Is a charming girl and
many friends regret her departure
while they send good wishes with her
to her now homo The gioom has for
some tlmo made his homo tn Fort
Wotlh but was formerly ono of the
young gentlemen of Vernon socletv
and has many friends here The cere
mony was informed by Hov Mr Bar
cus tho pastor of the Methodist
church Tho service was short but
Impressive The church was decor
ated beautifully fpr deft and loving
hands had done their best which was
very good There were no attendants
except the bride sl > ter and the
grooms particular friend who came
front the Xort
ChlMress
Shtlft Ttoberu was > lsltlng In Chll
Ucothe Monday
Jtev Williams of KIrkland was In the
city tho first of the week
Judge Martin a popular Quanah at
torney was hi Childress Wednesday
Mr D D Snvarlnger of Quanah
was visiting his brother lu this city
Sand ay
Mr Itobert NorrU Rnrt tylde return
ed home from Round Bock Saturday
morning
Mesdamcs W I H Dick ion and
George Deaton of this ctty vlslted
Mr aid Lane or Cottonwood Thurs
day
Miss Annie and Rota Hurt two
fharming > unc ladtea Of Cottonwood
were visiting Mlsa LlHl Tlwnnpjon of
this city ihe drit of the week
A pleasant and imjojabte social was
Slven by Miss Attle Cramlull Satur
ay evening April tf lu honor of MU
Floralwe CUtrk of Montajfuo Pleas
tnt coitvt rivtiian and raerry ganv
wen indulged tn until the refreshnuit
our when all enjoyed the dainty r
frtfihments pi > d > y Mrs Orandail
he ph anai i id affable hosteim Tl w
in attendant > were Mlssea Flore i
Cockrcll white cloth with sky btu
slllrijind lace trlmlngs Maggie peaton
Sle even with pink bodice and black
tae trimmings Flonnle Albert gr y
cloth ribbon and lace trimming with
White
diamond ornaments Fannie
side white cloth floweied silk and
lace trimmings Maggie Dal li
cloth with white laco trimmings Mlt
sey Hodge of Quanah heliotropt fhk
lace and ribhon trimminga Allto Ilan
klns dark green cloth with light trim
mlngs Iottle Morris white Cloth lace
trimming loutlo Harrison cream
with late and ribbon trimminga
ornaments Annln Miller blue cloth
lace trimming Florence Clark pink
with white silk and brand lace trim
ming Messrs Alfred Welsh VIH
Tankersley Ernest Dixon Will Me
Connell John Davidson Charlie Dea
ton Jud Warden Itobert Williams
James McConnell Walter Ilush Char
Il Morris and Mr and Mrs Crandall
A select social gathering was given
at the Tom looter place In Cotton
wood valUy Music nnd dancing were
the order of the evening Ice cream and
cake were served at a late hour and all
who attended agree In saving that It
wos truly an enjoyable wcaslon The
ladles who were present were Ml ses
LUzle ThornfAun Annie and Itosa
Hurt Beltle Martin Alto Culhern and
Mis HI Law Geutlentwi present
wtre Major ChiirlU Kinney arid
Messrs John Olbwn Tom Smith Will
Tyner George Ta > lor and others
lUlLInr
Misses I ona Knox I ouiie Caldwell
and Flla Heath aro visiting friends In
Mllford
Miss Lilly Hunger entertained her
friends with a dance last Wednesday
night
Mrs Sarah Mcllvaln of Itasca vis
ited friends In tho city this wed Her
son T O Mcllvaln of the Mall accom
panied her
Cards are out announcing the wed
ding of Mr M II Winfrey a promin
ent lawyer of this cltj and Miss Edna
Spooner which happy event takes place
at the Methodist church on Wednesday
next
Miss Shirley Green of Palestine Tex
Is lu the city visiting her cousin Miss
Serena Lang She left for Austin Sat
urday wheie she goes In the Interest
of the Y P S C V of which society
she Is state president
One of the most enjoyable hops of the
season was given by tho joung men of
the city last Thursday evening com
plimentary to the vifllttng joung ladles
Tho participants were Joe Brown and
Miss Northcutt of Longvlcw Ike Kos
enbnum Hnd Miss Mnjer of Charleston
W Va Ncy Brooks and Miss Laura
Guthrie of Hose Heights B > rd Brook
nnd Miss Janle Buck of Hoxe Heights
Jack Curter and Miss Hancock of
Purls Luther Barry and Miss Ilaltle
Duncan of Arkansas Bobble Jones and
Miss Florence Duncnn of Arkansas
Dana Brooks and Miss Franklin Guy
West and Miss Bell Joo Abbott nnd
Mlis Patty Bnjah Smith und Miss
Burger L A Carlton and Mtss Abbott
Bex Itenvls and Miss Harper Garland
Buck and Miss Sessions Joke Bumen
that and Mils May K ltOBcnbaum and
Miss Marcus Mr and Mrs O S Carl
ton Lit tit Hock Ark Mr and Mrs I
Gnbert Mr und Mrs Heavens Mr
nnd Mrs George I Jordan Capt and
Mrs McKlnnon Messrs Shields
Tinker Carter und Hotzen
t iHCO
Miss Lizzie Kppler returned from
Eastland Sunday
Irof Bo ant and family will make
Cisco their future home
Miss Smith of Mlneial Wells In vis
iting her sister Mrs Langston
Dr Oldham of Albany returned home
Tuesday While hero ho made many
warm friends
Prof C B Smith and family of Te
cos City will visit their many friends
lu Cisco this wvik
Dr and Mrs Owens have returned
from Baltimore and an extended trip
In the Bast Their many friends wel
come them home
The Ladles Aid society of the Pres
byterian church Rave u strawberry and
Ice cream festlvul last week and it
proved to be a delightful occindon and
complete sucies The ladles of this
society are noted for the delightful
and elegantJ entertainments that they
usually give
Last evening Mr and Mrs Ne
asked a limited number of guests tu
take supper ut their hospitable hriUil
and spend the evening with them All
who were there will long remembei Hie
delightful evening spent with their
hospltablo and entertulnlng host and
hostess
Hit nliH m
Bishop Holme wus at home Monday
from Sherman
Mr and Mrs B F Dyer of Dallas
are In the city visiting relatives
Wairen Dlckerson and wife left for
Paris Tuesday to Bpend a week or so
O B Marschall of Lexington Ky
was in the city thts week He for
merly lived here
Miss Emma Helston of Sherman who
has been visiting MM Maude Nunn
has returned home
Misses Lllile BlRgs and Ltila Bailey
of Honey Grove were visiting friends
the first of the week
Alvla Kennedy who has been at
tending medical lectures at New Or
leans has returned home
Miss Delia Sanders of Gainesville
who has been visiting Mtss Dovle
Yeuger of this city returned home
this week
Wright Barney wife and children
who havo been visiting relatives In
the city have returned to their home
In West Texaa
Albert Galbrelh of Honey Grove was
In the city Tuesduj He was on his
w a from Austin where he has been
attending the law department of the
university of Txns He stood an ex
amination before tho supreme court
and was granted license to practice
He will locate at Houston
Terrell
Mlsa Gertle Orr went to Dallas Mon
day
Daifit AttSv 1 W ° TtoWB n
l SilanJa 1t r oelrlnan re
Mlaj Ida Howell waa visiting h
brother In lie city last week
Mra Anna nuehlng of nje wooil was
Msltlnic frlenJe In Terrell lilt week
lira Chambers ot Troune Is vlsltlnr
her alter Mrs Ilaramon In thiiTctty
Jtra Dosnltli and daushter ot Kant
man wero vlelllne In Terrell lat w k
Mra rcmroa Chambera of Trowe
SSS vS8 rMvln
Mr ahd Mra L C Cartwrlcht
turned home Mor tay frVm a S m K
Arkadelphla Ark
SB3L215 ir J > wis Mltln
Mr
of her dautliter Mra w u iarUn
itlsser Uda Bdwards and fjirii
Klmbnuill of Will rolnt areVh
KJje ot Mrs Julia Durham o twl
5 r innl P nlela who has been
vtsltliiB heralster m Troune fir
3y hS ° n
The hop irtven at the opera house
Tuesday night by the ChCaiiJi 21
attended by about telve
Terrell moat popular young ZZ
The Terrell literary circle met at Mr
M c C rtwrlrtl last ThiaSI iff
Mr TAomm
Evaniillle VfestVa
A Narrow Escape
From Loss of a Limb
Dreadful Caao of Whlto Swetllng
A Perfect Cure
One of the most terlous form of icrofula and
one ot the moit dltncult to cure 1 that of white
swelling Howls BaraaparllU ha accomplish
ed many wpmlerhjl cures of white luelllnff
one ot which Is related below by Mr C E
Thomas a manufacturer of harnesses isdJlcs
etc at tramvllle TY Va Hesa nls letter
C I Hood ti Co Lowell Mass
In 1SC31 was seized Ith a severe attack of
nhlto swelling live years later I had to lists
the floih on my limb cut open and the bone
i craped After the flesh healed up Z was not
troubled sptlit until Tanusn 1992 I w a bitten
tlowit with ttie vxi whlcliseulod la tlieprelou5
Ir affected limb sores RAtlicrlnR wliere thcro
liAd Iieeii if rs one In particular nenetratlnrf to
ttie hone The w nolo front of wylejr from koee
to aukle seemed to be
A Mass of Corruption
I eouldc t but little eaia aiitl comfort and lsss
benellt from the medical treatment I received
Home of my frtornJs ntlvlscdme to hive tho Ion
anipiiUted but 1 Imitated not WBiitlng to Io u
a lliiii > iVrclinnce I stw an advertlsemrnt In
a pajxr cmimdiiit a testimonial for Jloods sir
ssparllU from one MrJulin JtlcMurray telling
Hoods Cures
what Hoods samparllla had done for Ms son I
concluded to try UcodsSarsaparltul to I bought
lx nettles of It about three month ago Hind
not Ukcn It two month vi hen I eouM see It via
doing me mere eond than aiivthlnfc I lind taken
1 lull e now lined about three bottles The sorts
havo all healed up and
My Limb Is Perfectly Sound
It lias also benefited my general health and i
to now able to work at my trado Hoods Sal
aaparltln receives alt the prnlvo and I cannotl
rernmmeiHt It ciioukIi tor the rooiI It ha dou
mo llLluoMAsFvansvlllo W Va
Hoods Pills cure liver Ills constliiitton
bllunisucns 1 iimtllce sick headache ludlicestlou
noon and carried out a very Interest
ing program nfter which they were
served with delicious refreshments by
their elexnnt hoslees who never does
anything by halve
Mesdames Galbralth and Ebey who
have been vtslttnc relatives In the ctty
returned to their homo In Oklahoma
Saturday
llnmi
Mrs L Drlce has returned from Dal
las
Mls Mattte llutae la visiting friends
In Dallas
Mrs rrank Smith Malted relatives
here the past week
Miss Mattlo Huguley has returned
home from Wnxahachle
Mra Bnllle Phillips of Commerce Ma
lted relatives here this week
Miss Tna Davis of Sherman haa been
viltlng friends hero this week
Mlsa Oraee Torlner of Vlnlta I T
Is visiting Mr and Mrs V R Norton
Misses Kate Huffman and Ileesle
IVoodhouse of Dallas were visiting
friends here this week
The ladles of the Methodist church
gave a tea party at the residence of
Mr nnd Mrs J It llovvman on Tues
day night which proved a success
Mr nnd Mrs II D Carlisle gave an
entertainment lant Thursday evenlnir
complimentary to Miss Hallle Carlisle
of Tennessee A large crowd waa pres
ent and a most enjoyable evening was
spent ln games musla and conversa
tionOne
One of the most enjoyable social
events this week waa the birthday par
tv given by Mis Kate Wyalt to a
number of her friends Itefieshments
were served and the assembled guests
of the young lady Join In wishing her
many more blrthdajs each bringing
tho pame happiness which filled the
one Just celebrated
lleiilnn
E 1 VSlns ln DaIa
thta wee
The Oun Club gave a hoo In their
rcrjma Thursday night
Madame Jomrlne accompanied by
KoVt Wonh WlMen V > K 1
Mr Trank
t
editor of Ihe
Dojemus managing
Dallas vevs spent several
daya UiU week In Denton
Mlsa Nellie 1onder entertained a few
of her friends at a delightful dinner
party on lflday evening
tiS mrffM 1 vcan < y to attend
the mate Meillcal association which
will meet In Austin next week
Miss Josle Bells muslo class assisted
by several voung ladles from shurman
dny ° ntehlnCWt h
Mlssea Leonra Kami and Florence
JenltlnA chaproned by Mrs Jolm
llanli spent several daj In Ban An
tonio and Aliblln
Tho Iadlea of tho April Club met
Sir Ntahti1 ii1 V r iJ n
the first U chapter n m WV of Classlo nPeted Latin and
Su I wm read Ti
SJ d < and delicate refresh
Tcie aSJ r ° b
t y ur n
C i lfOnn
kS Dam Ct Ennl 1Ufd h thI
w k
Mlascs Tllley and Durgess have re
turned home from u visit to Waco
The Ladles Whist club waa enter
SX r W H l t
Ing Among the fishers were Mrs D 5
Johnston Misses Johnson Ulce Fin
fl Ulackburn 1 Hay a nit
John Maya Paul Illnck
burn Arthur Elliott Bob Johnston nfi
Sir and Mra Matchet
gave a nartv
d y ° t tVolfyVa
Those present wre MlsM Brril AllJn
MriTsilJcftu Cmma BcaleMr and
> ng o heir l nt < g
ARE YOU
IN A HOil
ivStP
rinanclally we
are let us save Vou
purchases to mVk M J
uges Did jou ever 55 P l
would tVt SI
amount It
to forty J
cents on
wnrth of good rVE34rl
this over
eerlously n
eeo us We are th
Look nt this nl r l
Gold plated loce pln 1
Goldplated Si
cult butto
ary Hour iiftrTM
llanlhtd
teapots
Silk scarf
Qood elastic per yard W
Silk faced eiaVp v yj
I
Ine dressing combs a
Iocket
combs
Turkish wash
rags
Boya heavy knee J ots 5
Shawl J
etrnps
Lamp wicks per doj d
ana toothpick stand CS
SftfS Jdte clothesline
Ch dren a toy
Childrens toy
spades
i
Chlldtens toy rakes SS
Childrens toy carts SSI
flood note
per ifi
Wire cont i T
forms
targe tea strainers
Itetlnned ladles
18
SI
B 10nunrt retlnned dl hM
10quart flaring pall MMa
I
Doubleblade mlnrlng krtS
n Japanned euspldores
1quart covered pall
ltimrt covered palls
a 1ouart coffee pots
Coma and see us
rnc V
I
J wit
i
The ChicagoSij
611 Houston Slrefl
CUT TH180UT
WE CENTURY WMfiSk
N01f3
AS
Se < ir r
annas
6 trtclciini
CMltloltirt
indnnlnBi
pin tl lilt i
mil tu t
Cllhtttllkl
tho leaqni f
trait li
Sides
MtCMFICtr
ILUSISLR
t TK Ci iitBit tepirantit runirt
grand reception and germoiS1
present were Capt P C Tcr >
First Lieutenant D P Talk t
Lieutenant C A Bankln FlntBer
I C Let Third SergeantlTk
Iourth Sergeant II C Hallcfl
Sergeant J W McQIll Quutirs
Srgeant M M Mathews FlwtCe
C M Sessions Second Corportll
Johnston Sponscr Miss Unl I
Privates A Angus Jr Carl Cr
W B Davis C A DarMJLl
W Lane M Mceeley Mllljnnil
II C Upsher C L WlUierfpon1
Guests Misses KlnsoMnfK i
bolv Ing Stone KlnsIoe Johaw
Tyler Butler Blllott ot Dahu Irj
Fen ell Cule I Sullivan IV Mt
Williams Alljn TownsenaTlSe
Iolk Jester Colmary I tWI
Wllaon McCurdy Collumlli
Hansom Wltherspoon Annual
bell Bird Doflln of EnrdMfrsi
Hardy JIcMllIen Mestn ydlf1
George and Claude JesterJlliV
Benson Green Maya EarWp
Burgess Blllott Blackmomll
Kerr Colquitt Long AutrjTFtt
Plerson Young llalbert SLDrl
Birth Smith of Waco BatHi
Carr Gillespie P J UUckmotU
Trost Mr and Mrs II I SIMJ
nnd Mrs C B Sutherland Mrtal
J r Whiteside Mr anaMrll
Price Mr and Mrs A N JmB
nnd Mrs a W Hardy Mrtl
Eugene Houston MeeJamesaRi
C II Allyn Addle Stewart
M >
Klrksey of Hlllsboro
and B Tord
tunnnb
i
Mrs L E Havenhlll Of r t
Is the guest of her brother VS1
and family this week < H
Mr Z Y Harmerson relartN
first of the week from Cblc r
he haa been elncc the Worlds w
Mr and Mrs 8 D Blake left
morning for Dallas to have ana
performed on their little J
e > e
Gen G M Dodges sped
several prominent olllrlals ot w
Worth nnd Denver spent w
night In Quanah Their rWI
tatlve of something good ford
Married ot the Baptist churn
city last Wednesday el
oclock Mr Bdvvard II BrW
Lucy Patterson Hev J X
Memphis omclatlng The hniui
aisle to ito
matched down the
to beautiful strains of th
march executed by Miss
They came In the following eo r
xishers W R Duluy K
rorest Itamsey and Harry I
came the groomsmen and brw
Chaa Btlce II M Victor n
und Douglas Horcrow
Llpcomb LM Nelson f Vj7
and Moud Iatterson MjH
camo the bride who was Join
ihe bell to the groom Jjj
through a side door Mr > B
of our most popular ana uj
joung business men BS
occuple the responsible PJJLf j
the tir
slstant c
cashier of
bank of this place Wl i 3Tl i
v
teraon Is one of Qaanahs
some and charming aeetLJSt
dies Both have a host offfi
wish them unbounded J0iT
perlty The wedding r sk
handsome and vmmeruua
tsh
sJSfiS
Biioowrj lTul
and tor PfJJ
Wc d UJ nt s J
all lw
ualtbe
In
TalesceaeeP
uioaI fcf2
Trailing djwiscs It apcaMJffJJjt1
vigorates and builds up t Ss >
As an appotiilnj restoraU
at work all tho proceBOSot
notrltlon rouse every JSud
action id brings tack Mr3jT
For alt diseases caused IfS1
ulous Skin and Scalp l faf
ranlptlon or LungKTCf1 i
tl Di3COTery i
sU e >
tad remedy uV
If Itdoeant benefit t5 jS
jou bav your money e Tt

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