University of Texas,
1 purchased a sample of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pow
der and subjected it to a rigid examination. The results of
the chemical analysis prove it to be of greater strength, of
more perfect purity and more conducive to digestion than the
ether baking powders in the market.
I use it in my own family in preference to all others.
EDGAR EVERHART, Ph.D.,
l'rotcssor of Chemistry, University of Texas, Austin, Texas..
The following Heads of the Great Universities and Public
Food Analysts having analyzed every brand of Baking Powder
in the market, find DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING- POWDER
THE STRONGEST, PUREST, AND HEALTHIEST, and
recommend it with DR. PRICE'S SPECIAL FLAVORING
EXTRACTS for general family use.
Trof. R. OODKV nom.Ml'S, M. I)., L. L. P., Hcllevie Medical College, New York.
Prof. II. ('. W1IITK, Stale C hemist, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.
Prof. R. I". KED.IIC, I.ale President State Hoard of Health, Lansing, Mich.
Prof. II. M. SC'HKKKKK. Analytical Chemist, St. Louis, Mo.
Prof. CHARLES E. DWIGIIT, Analytical Chemist, Wheeling, W. Va.
Prof. I AMES K. HAUCOt'K, State Assayer, Boston, Mass.
Dr. ELIAS A. HARTLEY, 11. S., Chemist to the Dept. of Health, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Prof. CURTIS C. HOWARD, M. Sc.. Starling Medical College, Columbus, Ohio.
Prof. IOHN M. OKDWAY, Mass. Institute of Technology, Uoston.
Prof. R. A. WITTIIAUS, A. M., M. D.. University of Buffalo, N. Y.
Prof. A. II. SABIN, Stale Chemist, Burlington, Yt.
I'rof. JOHN HOHLANDER, Jr., A. M., M. D., Prof. Chemistry and Toxicology, Col
lege Medicine and Surgery, Cincinnati, O.
Profs. AUSTEN & WILDUR, Profs. Chemistry, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J.
Prof. GEORGE E. BARKER, Prof. Chemistry, University of Penn., Philadelphia, Pa.
Prof. PETER COLLI ICR. t hief Chemist U. H. Dept. Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
Profs. 1IEYS & RIi 'E, Profs. Chemistry, Ontario School Pharmacy, Toronto, Canada.
Dr. JAMES A LRU I ".CUT. Chemist at the United States Mint, New Orleans, La.
Prof EDGAR EVERHART, Prof. Chemistry, University of Texas, Austin, Tex.
Prof. E. W. JIILCAUD. Prof. Chemistry, University California, Berkeley, Cal.
Prof. S. W. McKEOWN. Analytical Chemist, Youngstown, Ohio.
Dr. HEINRK II DETTMI'.K. Analytical Chemist, St. Louis, Mo.
Prof. C. GILBERT WHEELER, late l'rof. Chemistry Chicago University, Chicago, III.
Prof. J. II. I.O.VG, Professor Chemistry, Chicago Medical College and Chicago College
of Pharmacy. Chicngo, III.
Prof. G. A. MARINER, Analytical Chemist, Chicago, 111.
Prof. M. DELEONT A I N E, Analytical Chemist, Chicago, III.
Prof. R. S. G. PATON, Ph. D., Chemist for the United States Government, Chicago, 111.
Prof. A. W. SMITI I, Ph. C, Prof. Chemistry Case School Applied Science, Cleveland, U.
Buvknnr'a OrpliiUi' Home.
The above named Institution Iiaa nu
baud a deposit of $1770, clohr profit
from t ho lunch yooms conducted
through the- lato State Fair and Dalian
Exposition. This with other luuriv on
deposit an it building fund la
to bo used in tho erect Urii ot
a magnificent brick building during
the ensuing year.
"We understand that the family now
number 90 and several other are to
be added within tho next few days.
The school Is progressing finely with
two excellent teachers in charge.
Rev. Dr. Bucknor certainly lias his
hands full in supporting such a family
mainly by collecting voluntary con
tributions in t ho gonornl management
of the institution, and in raising '-'V
000 for the main building, to say noth
ing of his efforts to endow tho homo.
Have you tried tho California can
ued goods that A. E. Bouclio soils.
Parry Bros., rcol estato agency, St.
George hotel block, Dallas, Texas.
J. I "Williams, 505 Main street,
Patent Medicines, Texas Tolu, station
A very pleasant entertainment was
given at the Turner Hall on tho cor
ner of ilarwood and Young streets
yesterday evening by tho Frohsinn
Singing Society. The programme was
made up from new and novel selec
tions, which were artistically rendered.
The entertainment closed with a grand
I leave thee in soirow Annie; and
yon can stay away Georgo until you
buy nie something sweet from Thomp
son & Price's.
A. E. Boucbe, the Main street grocer, n.ti
list added a splendid refrigerator, lb which
ha has alwavs the freshest country butter,
eggs and Iresb Flolscliniun's yeast, which is
kept as cold a can be.
At the city hall to-morrow at 4 p.m.
a base ball meeting has been called to
select dcleffates to a convention for
the purposo of organizing a state, base
ImporloJ Krout, new Louisiana
syrup, mackerel, pickles, evaporated
fruits, etc. L'raddock's Ervay SI reel
Mrs. K. C. Dodd, residing on San
Jacinto street, died very suddenly
We do not sell 11 pounds of granu
lated sugar for $1 right here we draw
the line however, we do soil soap
that will wash tho stains out of a bad
character, or the spots off a leopard.
Thompson & Vr'.ce, 909 Elm street.
J. L. Williams, W Main street,
Pocket Knives, Bird Seed.
gjalhs nilg etnld.
C. E. Gilbert, Editor and Proprietor.
LAWYER AND VOTARY
w. L. McDonald, mot Main bl
Always at his office.
Kresh country butter at A. E. Douche's.
" JO-IIE only at 2808 Elm street.
Watches, diamonds, silver and ail
ver plated ware the best and cheapest
at J. P. Doherly & Co's., 60;t Main
Tycoon Chop Blended, May Blossom tens,
the beat teas In the market, for 60c and 7"e
per pound at A. E. Bouche'i.
I am lonely to-night love without
you, but I know you are uow at
Thompson ft Price's purchasing a lot
of nice things for your ownest own.
If you want a harness for your
driving horse at the most reasonable
price for leather and workmanship
dou't fail to see radgott liros. stocu
which is the larsrcst and most com
plete in the State.
HUNSTABLE & MOORi,
THK TRADING ,
Boot and Shoe House,
HAVE THEIR FALL STOCK.
LADIES, TINE KID SHOES MENS' FINE BOOTS.
MISSES FINE KID SHOES. MENS' KIP BOOT .
CHILDREN'S FINE KID SHOES. BOYS' KIP BOOTS
7ia Kim St. IDAILXiA-S, T.IflX. 712 Elm St.
. Itonl HMfnlo Transfer.
Tho following deeds wero recorded
iu the couuty dork' ofllco Saturday.
J. W Spears and wilo to Bon l'
Pnrkor, 10 acres, fi miles southwest of
the city, $100.
W. II. Thomas to John II. Florence,
102 acres ou Prnirie creek, ."ift().
Simps'in ft Clark to J. A. Work, lot
I, block T, Simpson ft Clark's addi
tion, 00. , . .
II. U. Pounimau and Henry Kuinsey,
to Louis W. Johuseu, 'JO acres on
Mountain creek. $210. ..
(ieorgo W. El iott and wife to I. W,
Johnson, lo acres on Mountain creek,
John Mcdllu to I. W. Joiinson, 4"
acres on Mountain creek, $100.
Dallas Land nnd Loan Company to
Mrs. Anuio (irillln, north half lot .",
block 71, $300.
T. J. Evans and wifo to M. F. Brack
noy, 60x100 foot, lot 1, block 289, $1710.
' A. J. Harris and wifo to L. C. Hodg
es, 20 acres of tho Ji. Heider league,
Dou't say that there arc no cheap lots
left iu Dallas; but call around and lei
Hichardsou & .Miller, snow ,you tuoso
olegunt residence lots iu tno choicest
neighborhood in tho city, only one
block from streetcars. Now mark the
price. Only $500 per lot. One-halt
cash, lmlanco ou long time. Hichard
sou ft Miller, lteal Estate Brokers, 109
Sycamore street, Dallas, Texas.
Mosquito votod for incorporation
Saturday by a majority of 11 votes.
J. L. Williams, Tho Old Dru&dfc
for everything iu tho line, 605 V
Officer Pot Mullen look luauiucbrii
aled colored woman yosterday morn
ing who had just rounded oil' a tour of
tho city in a- buggy with a companion.
Her companion escaped.
About 7 o'clock yesterday eveuinga
lire broke out in tho hay room of Bow
en ft Colo's feed store on Main street.
The timely apnoarauco of the fire do
Dartment prevented a big lire. Water
.was applied Irccly until tho flames in
tho burning hay were out. Tho loss
to feed storo was about $WK). Tho
building Is owned by Xussbauiucr
Bros , and tho only Ions it ustainod
resulted from broakiug window lights
and floodiug the floor with water.
(ioid bangle rings at $1, at Beck's.
This powder nevei vanes. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholpssmgness. More
jconomtcul timn the ordinary kinds, anp
jonnot be sold in competition with the mul
titude of low test, snort weight alum or
noapliale powders. Hold only In cuns.
Royal Basing 1'owdrr Co..
106 Wall St.. H. V
W. T. Hancock.
J. II. Lawrence
W. T. HANCOCK & CO.,
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Country Produce. Klc. Agents forlhe South
0. 020 ELJT ST., DALLAS. TK.V
3 BUYING YODE X1AS PEESENTS
. JONES & COMPANY,
AND SEE THEIR STOCK.
HAVE NO OLD PLUSH GOODS
CARRIED OVER FROM LAST YEAR,
fr ff f
(Pill II II r
IR ANY CHEAP GOODS FOR
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
T. Mi JONES & CO., 729 & 731
li'Hiilllnil to and tel, ai i m
i ii lis Stale.
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