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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 24 September 1906

$ i OÍ tiodl •dec th<, h: 'x>rs|rt- id, ia, H. 00 rt- ■t i tte. .¡a* !• "í r * New Crop Macken 1 and Rolled L erring (Tbc Daily IMeralcL Frank Porters VOL. VII. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1006 NO. 218 Libby, McNeill & Libby canned meats Heinz Pickles, Richelieu canned goods Frank Porters i Wi t, Puritan Corsets We have 1 lie exclusive agency for these corsets now, and we can safely say that we are much better pleased with this line than any we ever sold, the ladies who buy them will get better ser- vice and better material for their money than in any other corset. STYLE 1154—Made in fine batiste white only, 10 inch. 5 hooks.front steel, lace trimmed, sizes from 18 to 26, this is a gored garment and possesses more value than is usually found in a 50c corset. STYLE 1554—Same material, 10^ inch, 4 hook, front steel, lace top and hose supporters only 50c STYLE 80—Made out of fine jeans, 11 inch, 5 hook, front steel, long skirt, two side steels over each hip, trim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 24 September 1906

Cbc Daily "fccrald. KÍ •writrnHfi s • <!«> fcy JThe Herald Publishing Co ft t«rad at Um PoMoqoeat{WMther(or4,T*sM u moo>4-oUii tnslllmsUar J. E. H. Raii.ey, V. A. Garrison, - Associate Editor Editor TKLKPHONCSt 166-2r. /Southwester, 16 Editor 1 Room (Ind8pendent; 39 Editor, res., Independent, 209 Associate Editor, res.,Southwestern, 254 OOTXCIAl. ORGAN OK THE CITY. DEMOCRATIC NOMIN EES Han's Just the Right Bevel Lexetive Gentle, Sure—Pleasant to Take—A Tried and True, Genuine, Nature's Remedy. If you do not have free. easy and regular movement of ibo bowel* you lack tbe prima and Ural enaentlal of tfood health. There' more harm done than mere uncomfortablene . slutf- KlihDeKN und blllou AbeHK—retention of food wax ton In the bowoU potions. You makej tem—the bl.Kxl—a of a fountain of tainted vitality, stlpallou are nearly always tal A fm ari'v The following are the Nominees of the Democratic Party: for State Senator D. M. ALEXANDER igress, 13tb District O. W. GILLESPIE? )H#p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 24 September 1906

MEXICO Low excursions daily via El Paso, Eagle Pass and the Mexican Central Ry. \ Through Sleepers Fort Worth to Mexico City via M. K, & T. Suuset Route aud Torreou. Note—Holders of tickets to Mexico City over Mexican Central, enjoy privilege of low feide trip rates to Cuernavaca, Lake Chapala aud Guadalajara, the bos(t all the yea/ resorts in Mexico. For further information and free literature address, Geo. F. Jackson. T.P.A. 301 Alamo Plaza San Antonio, Texas. J. C. McDonald, G. P. A. Mexico City, Mex. j. lironjlit About by bastardly Deeds ol' Negroes. FOUIl ON SATURDAY M«bs hor H.turs Wreaked Vengeance Upon lííceks, Killing About Six- teen and llreukinar Numer- ous \\ imlows. Ladies' Textile Department. In the ladies' textile depart- ment of the State Fair at Dallas —Oct. 13 to Oct. 28—premiums $re offered on old ladies work, lfcce, knitting, crochet, plain and fancy sewing, embroidery, deco- rative art, paper flowers, Indian, family and war relics, old docu- ments, books, po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 24 September 1906

' >' ...rt-,;, v, * Wf ■< fes •tr- «Mil, J V H I nj th^ |«« X c n |du 1 II |s* i lop la SmBQFV 1& |te nt sa /o I I*' h l« 10 IN- SENSIBLE REVIVAL PERSONAL MENTION. Agent for the Ladies Home Journal Patterns Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention 11 W: iTm^i {•C in RETOLVCD THAT WHE/W VE" DoflTfiEED ANYTHING ELSE /N CLoTtíES WE" NEED GLOMES- GLo\J£S MAKE A PERSON LOOK AND FEEL SO MUCH WORE C0MFORTAB1I 'you Know that old ci.c\ :: look Sn idc well dr;£55ld people" /ike t'/)rtiicvr /">- bout gloves £r OTt'.ZP. LlTTLf things. buh'eftbro)'v, I V/J, S? r~c>ut:.^~. //—— ¡i _/>Wr JAiM>.y CLOVE 1 ;,r_. :■ MANY LADIE-5 CAN AFFORD THE LITTLE-LUXU- RIES OF DR.E-5J BUT ARE REALLY TOO CARE- LÉJ-5 To 6ET THEM. A GOOD PAIR OF 6LOVE-5 NOT ONLY KEEP.S THE FRO^T OFF OF YOUR FIN- 6ZK5 5UT HELP YOUR APPEARANCE. OLD CLOVE-S DETRACT FROM A JTYLI-5H DRE-5-5. A FRAYED NECKTIE, A WORN OUT COLLAR, OVER- WORKED HANDKERCHIEFS, RIbboN-5, LACES AND HOSE TAKE AWAY FROM THE GOOD IMPRESSION YOUR NIC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 October 1906

We give Piano Contest Tickets ffbe Daily Herald. Frank Porters VOL. VII. WEATHERFORP TEXA8 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1908 NO. 234 wpm. _ '' j' •/ ' •i éMp x y Be Progr issive and Trade with Frank Porters 1 1 m m ¡1 [S) 8 illai iwel 1 Mm VMk WmM jy Stylish Garments For Jomen At Moderate Prices i get niy stylish and up-to-date gar- ments from New York, i do not buy them in June or July because the newest are not out then, i buy them in September and have them ready to show in October when most women buy their coats. Ladies coats in plaid, trimmed with velvet on collar and sleeves, full length loose or semi fitting back, some partly lined with Skinners satin, some un- lined $7.45 and $8.50 Solid colors in brown, tan and green $7.45 and $8.50 Ladies coats, made of very fine light weight chiffon .finish ladies clotb, tailor made, close fitting, full size and length, lined all through with Skinners satin, some half lined, in tan, (castor and black $12.50, $15 00 and $16.50 WW. HAAS North Main S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 October 1906

TOM airo? v ■S'xi ■ * M Kjkj >''l-j $+ " V ' ' ■'■- -*/ j , 186-2T. _ '.«• dent, 969 thwestern, 264 ORGAN OF thb city. ÍATIC NOMINEES iwing are the Nominees sitie Party: ALEXANDER Uth DUtrtot , W. GILLESPIE^ statin BONNA RIDGBWAY R. NKWSOM rJadfS U 8TRNNI3 IV ,N. POPE ' Attorney 0. wilson r Treasurer IT. M. BUNCH . ■ / J. BANEHRAD Collector) A. DIXON , T. j. parent I'j."'.; I 1 of tne Peeoe, Preolnot No. 1 f W. SQUYRE8 > Preoínot No. 1 BARKER aere Preeoinot No. 1 (BILL) SMITH ierf Preoíaotwa.'í" BÓtKW , PnotaotlNo. I {.' (ALRX)lCLEVELAND ser, Preolntot No. 4 frA- MILBÜRN > of newspapers and in the east, south and know that Weather* as, is on the map in twelve months, and if vtrteev in printer's >y will, a great many of nd ou«* location, too. ÍlíPíi__ )i negroes llave mem le Interstate Commerce praying that the 1 he forced to allow them a)thesame privileges, matter of ohair oars, , and dinning oars, as iven to the whites. They the "Jim Crow" oars in is. The commission ibl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 October 1906

L £| A « -J THE <u S, S« S. STANDARD TONIC Th« ingredients of which S. S. S. is composed, i biniag || a preparing them so that they gently and j and the method of com- _ lantly build up and strength every part of the body, make it the ideal tonic for a disordered ccnditiojof the system. Every one feels the need of a tonic sometimes. Tht syium seems to get "out of gear, " the appetite becomes fickle, the tBcrgieii re depressed, sleep is not restful or refreshing, and the entire body has a net mus, worn-out feeling. When the system is in this depleted, run- down condition it must be aided by a tonic, and S. S. S.'is recognized every- where h the standard. Being made entirely of roots, herbs and barks selected jor their gentle action as well as their invigorating effect on the ■ysteta, i will not disagreeably affect any of the delicate members or tissues as do toot of the so-called tonics on the markgf which contain potash or some oth ;r harmful mineral ingredient. These derange the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 12 October 1906

■V? j? 98 it* lnl Lh Cr i Ik Iwondeh —WW PERSONAL MENTION. Gentlemen : Facts are facts only when proved by experience. We otter you the with our personal assurance that it leads the world, because we know, by experience, that, go w here you may, you will always find it the pace-maker, the favorite of well-dressed, discriminating and fashionable men. We have the Stetoon Soft and Derby Hat in all the latest style . Charles Barthold BOTTLE" TBDJimiJS for winter by Painting your house now. The bright and strikingly beautiful shades of Mound City eather. wed like to tell you (will be a pleasing reminder <jf bright days, during gloomy There are other things'- ifvTbcauty that Hone Shoe—it's economy and durability. ti'pleasure forjii to talk Hone Shoe and a call to talk - «nth us will plácé yóu under no obligations whatever. J.W. BRASELTON & SON DRUGQISTS about it over W. S. Pant, President; R. H. Foat and C. R. Baker, Vice President ; R. W. Davis, Caahier; L. A. Davis, Assistant Cas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 October 1906

■ w / TyT/ T We give iano Contest Tickets lank Porters dbc Daily TWO ANO TWO. Nationals Win Fourth Contact by 8cora of Ona to Nothing. r 'o uro, Oct. 18.—The world's ctaam- 11 series la again even, gue team Friday A Positive Suarantee to Cure CHILLS anri FEVER <# < 3~-t> Trade with VOL. VII. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1006 NO. 235 Frank Porters JL Stilish Garments For Women At Moderate Prices I get ray stylish and up-to-date gar- ments from New York, I do not buy them in June or July because the newest are not out then, I buy them in September and have them ready to show in October when most v women buy their coats. Ladies coats in plaid, trimmed with velvet on collar and sleeves, full length loose or semi fitting back, some partly lined with Skinners satin, some un- lined $7.45 and $8.50 slid colors in brown, tan and greet\ $7.45 and $8.50 Ladies coats, made of very fine light weight chiffon finish ladies loth, tailor made, close fitting, full size and lengt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 October 1906

mi a M tfca PortomoeatjWeMherCort M MooAtnUH malllmatur Editor Garreo*; - AwocUte E'fltor . >. ja v\, pi ■ fe " ; v.;-1 ' ' ami mP J. 1. H. RAir.KY, ▼.A TELtPHONEti f 8outh wester, 160-sr. Oditoral Room* {independent, 3 Editor, re*., Independent, 869 Awociate Editor, res.,Southwestern, 254 FPICIAL, ORGAN OF THE CITV. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES The following are the Nominees of the Democratic Party: For Bute Senator D. M. ALEXANDER For Concrete, 12 th Dtetrlot o. w. gillespie) For Repreeenuttre R. BONNA RIDGRWAV For Dtetrlot Clerk. ED. R. NEWSOM For County Jadee R. L. STBNNIS Tor Sheriff HENRY N. POPE For County Attorney JAMES C. WILSON FOr Conn ty Treeearer W. M.BUNCH For tionnty Clerk O. J. BANKHEAD For Tu Colleotori J. A. DIXON For Tex Aeeeeeor T. J. PARENT ror Jnettoe of tne Peeoe, Preolnot No. I john w. squyres For Constable Preolnot No. 1 B. R. BARKER For Commissioner Preeolnot No. 1 W. I. (BILL) SMITH For Commissioner, Preolnot No- t J. J. BELEW For GamtntMoner, PreoinctiNo. I A. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 October 1906

í> |r npijin. iut. y« ^4Sk Hon. Jake Moore Suffered Twenty Years With Indigestion. Cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. OFFICE OF e Unison Commission of Georgia M- i text. turner, Chairman. TOM BASON. CommiMlon.r. CLEMENT A. EVANS. CommiittoMf OOODLOE WNCT. SMrMi; j. c. MOORE. i Stat. WardM. Atlanta, August 10, 1904. E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago, III Dear Sirs:—"I have suffered more than twenty years from Indi- gestion. About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not. retain anything on my stomach. My heart would beat so fast I could not sleep, at times 1 would almost draw double with pain in the pit of my stomach. I lost twenty-five pounds; in fact, I made up my mind that I could not live but a short time, when a friend of mine recommendéd Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I consented to try it to please him and I was better in one day. I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and am in better health than for many years. Kodol ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 13 October 1906

' T~* ■ r . . >V 4? f-; v . ™ ^ E Gentlemen :. Facts are facts only when proved by experience. We offer you the with our personal assurance that it leads the world, because we know, by experience, jthat, go where you may, you will always find it the pace-maker, the favorite of well-dressed, discriminating and fashionable men. We have the Stetion Soft and Derby Hat in all the lateit style . Charles Barthold A WOMAN'S BACK. PERSONAL MENTION. BATTLE- ITO WJTffllNl for winter by Painting your home now. The bright and itrikingly beautiful (hades of Mound City i tell you about HORSESHOf^KAi^i^ Twill be a pleasing reminder of bright iláy^'duriñg gloomy weather. There are other^things biside^ttbgiuty^tliat'we'd like to , ... Horse Shoe-^it's econoffiy afid-dura>ilityT>^>^ > k.- '<lt's ¿'pleasure for Jjrto talk Horse Shoe and a call to tAlk it over . - vyitlvijs- will pláceyóu tinder no obligations whatever. J. W.BRASELTOfí &;SON DRUQQISTS W. S. Fant, President; R. H. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 15 October 1906

' • r r - r\. i ? ■ : ;!.. a .'X. ■ V. .,' ._•" <S" I We give Piano Contest Tickets K'\ "V- * f{{ '''• '4^' ►•-r' -• 1 j Daily IWerald. Frank Porters VOL. VII. WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1906 NO. 236 Be Progressive and Trade with Frank Porters %- .. 'Hj I Sell Dnttenbotler Sods, Cincinnati Hade Ladies line Shoes I have been selling these shoes for eight years and they have been very satisfactory to every- one of my hundreds of customers I have tbem in vici kid and patent kid, light soles and welt soles, narrow, medium and wide toes, low heel, Military and Cuban heel, the very finest and best leathers goeá into my shoes.* they are made for comfort, easy and durability Cheaper shoes at $2.50 and $3.00 $1.50 and $2.00 WM. isroiR/riH: r i Hallet & Davis Pianos Boston, Mass., Established 1889 Highest Grade-None Better Made in the home of the piano where its reputation is the very best, you can get one of these fine pianos at a moderate price from A. G. REICHERT, Semin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 15 October 1906

es:—Ti~r •«ir rrre>iiárw-" «i~Nfei Cbe DtBy fttrald. 1 == IHÉItoiii iwy 4®y muMiflr e Herald Publishing Co ¿■MmÁ H the rertofloe 4t|WmUmhoN, Tuii m moo 4-oUm B ll|m tur J. B. H. RAILBY, V. A. Garrison, Editor Associate Editor Far Urn Stomaeh Heart and Kidaays Dr. Shoop's Restorative is a Canse Care—not a Symptom Care. mtraoNcei JEditoral Roonu It la • common mtiub* to take krtlttetkl dice . , ten tor stomach troubles—or heart stimulants 1 lor wwk heart—or so-called kidney remedies lor 1 kidneys. Tbes« organs do not act iei r o I their own accord—they " Southwester, lfl6-2r. Editor, ret., «. Aaaooiate Editor, ras / 8out„ \ Independent, 39 Indei dependent, S69 ..Southwestern, 254 yriCIAL ORGAN OF THH CITY. ately or ot their own accord—they have no eon- troi over tbemaelvM-and not once in 800 tinea la the aickneaa the lault of the onran. It la the fault of the nerras and only through tta kidney lor heart dl Bhoop. of Racine. DEMOCRATIC NOMIN EES m •• % Í Mfltr fj'ííjv tat HI -Vflfg ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 15 October 1906

m>rny r^r. > ^ * %*)>' 'JF* -tr JSZ TILLMAN SPEAKS MEXICO Low excursions daily, via Él Paso, Eagle Pass and the Mexican Central Ry. Through Sleepers Port Worth to Mexico City via M. K, & T. Sunset Route and Torreon. Note—Holders of tickets to Mexico City, over Mexican Central, enjoy privilege of low side trip rates to Cuernavaca, Lake Chapala and Guadalajara," the best all the year resorts in^ Mexico, For further information and free literature address, Geo. F. Jackson. T.P.A. 30 r Alamo Plaza San Antonio, Texas. J. C. McDonald, G. P. A. MexicoJCity, Mex. $25.00 TO CALIFORNIA ONE WAY Colonist Ticket Santa Ft AUG.' 27 TO OCT. 31, 1906 Some points slightly higher. Tickets good in Chair Cars and Tourist Sleepers. For yóur accom- tSoA^ion latest type Tourist Sleeper will be* operated through without change, cofcimencing Sept. 4, 1908. \ Write fflk Pamphlet "California in a Tourist Sleeper." W. S. KEENAN G. P. A. G. C. & S. K. RY. Galveston HDRTHERW TEXAS TRACTION CO Run...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 15 October 1906

IjlflSyWR VR-A'TI11 i 'i r* . v^rt stewm •• • >. w •"•■««tVwawtt.. ^.OTtMlWiiliKi gyMMfaaw ,&. e*.\j.,,A at la-^flnui—:irrT?rT'T"T ~ •"• nwrft'iii in a.wn i .áJL-, *«<YV • ' MM V%*. •'Í . ill MMrr V V fj '■ér,r . 0í8Ísfj . ; _ | fw-:.. i J I ■ I * P ' M I I ; ilr^^l FOR BOYS ONLY HOLLAND SHOES A Specialty Shoe from a spec- ialty maker of "Boys Shoes Only." This shoe was modeled over the growing foot of a genuine live boy. Fits all around; plenty of room for his feet to grow and breathe in.' * Fit Better. Better Style. The best shoe made for genuine boys. BARTHOLD PERSONAL MENTION. Bidders, Attention- All those who wish to bid on J. T. Montfort's dwelling oan find plane and specifications at Heifrin & McCrary's office. All new and up-to-the-minute faroes, sketches, comedies and ■peoialties are the features of the Peterson Entertainers this sea* •on. Read the Dailv Herald. Sky-MamsSlioes are Here There is no need to speak of the merits of these goods; they have stood the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

We give Piano Contest Tickets Be Progressive and Trade with Frank Porters Frank Porters WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1900 VOL. VII. NO. 249 •Wwa wife <ttu* i lili I iniUllilMHi CTO i I W [New Silks 36-inch Taffeta iu gray, navy blue and dark red Q| flft per yard 01* wll — Egyptian silk, black only, 22-lnch, wears as well as all silk, but has some cotton in it, per yard 5ÜC 36-inch black taffeta, guaranteed to wear, a $1.25 Q| nn silk, as long as it last OliUU Bear skin coats for children, sizes up to six years in assorted colors $2-65 up to S4.45, caps to match at 50c Babies booties in white or colors, IE* Hftp QCp assorted length lUu ZUu Züu Babies knit sacks, knit out of saxony and Shet- AEp COp land floss, white or colored ZJll uUu Boys knee pants, double seated and double knees, filled seams, woolen goods, good school pants, sizes 6 KHp to 14, only OUll "W3VE_ ZtTOZR/TIH: ZMZ^UsT Why not get one of those Richardson out- fits today and em- broider it for a friend f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

,n i I fxrald. Mkk*4 vnrj **1 ««• « PmétJ W [©raid Publishing Co i JA¿ , ¿■-•-.it. *3 .c Jm K í « the PoetoMo# at WMthartord, Tmii m moo*4-oUm mail mitur 1% , St m . 1 , H. Railbt, L. Garrison, Editor . Associate Editor Constipation . Mil ' m >v «?$} 1 TKLBVHONUi ib fSouthweater, lW-2r. toral Rooms {independent,^ Editor, rea., Independent, 869 Aaaooiate Editor, rea.,Southwestern, 254 St1 ■ 1 yplCIAX ORGAN OF THE CITV. JEMOCRATIC NOMINEES The following are the Nominees of the Democratic Party: Por State Senator D. M. ALEXANDER For Coacraaa, Uth DUtrtot 0. W. GILLESPIE For Rapreaantattra R. BONNA RIDGEWAY F r Dlatrlot Clark. BO. R. NRWSOM For County Jadea R. L. STENNIS for Sheriff HENRY N. POPE For Conoty Attorney JAMES C. WILSON For Coanty Treasurer W. M.BUNCH For Coanty Clerk G. J. BANKHEAD For Tax Collector J. A. DIXON For Tax Asseaaor T. J. PARENT fot justtoe of the Peaoe, Preolnot No- 1 ( JOHN W. SQUYEES For Constable Preolnot No. I B. R. BARKER For Commlssloneni PreaolaotNo. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

•m-oa WHITE SWAN TINY FRENCH v: * ' iv I \ 1 , 1 3WT7 7 The* are the liny tender Stringiest Beans; uncolored, and una- dulterated, packed as soon as picked to retain all their dainty, crisp freshness. These are vastly superior to the imported article. Every thing good in cans packed under the White Swan Brand If your grocer does not keep them, send us his name. THE WAPLES-PLATTER GROCER COMPANY DENISON, FORT WORTH, DALLAS WINT IN CHARGE. Take* Command jf the Campaign lr* augurated Against Utas. Omaha, Oct. 30.—General T. J. Wint, comandlng the department of Missouri, returned Monday from Newport News, where he has ben superintending the r Hallet & Davis Pianos Boston, Maes., Established 1839 Highest Grade-None Better Endorsed by the loading Artists for more than half a century, They stand unsurpassed, both as mechanical strictures and as musical instruments. A. G. REICHERT, Seminary LEG TORN OFF. j Peter Rogers, an Aged Man, Meets a Dreadful Fate. Cameron, Tes., Oct. 30—Peter Ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

ípíípí *' % HARMFUL STOMACH DOSING PERSONAL «EMTI0M. No Need of it When Hyotnei w Used to Cure Catarrh. YOUR LTTENTION PLEASE! Kidney Troubles May by Sapping Your Life Away. WeaMierford People Have Learned This Fact / •ir ;:1* I fe,;.r?'. ; ' , I M ' $ 1 7 r /• ty f 'Jsj k * ^ ¿j pi 1 i ' H"; . \ M $ j m CARHARTT' THEY HAVE ARRIVED! consignment of the A large Justly celebrated Carhartt Brand of Working Clothing. Made in an honorable way, a little better than all other brands, and sold on their merit. Worn by honorable men. We invite your inspection. CHARLES BARTHOLO W, D. Garter. President: C. C. Bart- nold, Vice President; O. A. Holland, Cashier; J. 0. Tucker, J. P. Owens, J. 0. Alsup, Assistant Cashiers. Citizens National Bank. Weather ford, Texas Capital and Surplus, fiSo.ooo.oo Directors—W. D. Carter, C. C. Bart- hold, 0. A. Holland, J. O. Tucker, Boya Porter, J. T. Cotten, O.S.White. When a healthy man or woman | begins to run down without a¡ par- ant cause, becomes weak, langu...

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