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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

The National ^"iir DENISON, TBXA8. a U *•' • PUtter. JO Assistant Cashiers. CAPITAL tl04.009 •UaPL.Ua and I WOF1T8.. leo.ooo |i ■WbJ>BeCAu™haw. IfeflK S: 2«w SMSSr- ®Si W Ar#-A&Ach~ rf* ****** V;^ , TWELVE sua '^-aaaa, M. 8. LEGATE, CuhtoT P. J. BRKNNAN. Ass'tCaahlsfr National Bank of Denison, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAf, V,';flj Ml SURPLUS an* PBOrft*: vol. xvm. «. i. DENXSON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPT EMBER 1, 1906. — ( ■ vtn«A All I — L.—— n Store Closed All Day Monday-Labor Day ■ , .rhe Library of Mj Unlver uy ol le Night i Handkerchiefs ^ V- ;'u / \ •. •1. " 100 dozen gentlemen's all white, white with fancy borders, Mr Inch heni', extra good values, 5c; 6 for 100 dozen ladies' hemmed handkerchiefs, each .... 50 dozen ladles' embroidered handkerchiefs, 5c; 3 for 10* All white wash belts, 10c Quality 5<k (► All white wash belts. 15c quality 10* Soaps 3 gross genuine Cuticura soap, per cake 19* 2 gross Packers' tar soap, per cake 19^ 2 boxes Mentien'a genuine vio- let talcum pow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

R F"/7 ft. my vtfv: mr Bp?. 8 8V - i fe ..£ THE DENISON DAILY i ■■ KS1 x< >1*?^. f' Vi'.VMrV.' ; ^V'<. ■ • V'' mw THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THE HERALD PltRMflHINO CO.. «- PUBL18KBKB. Of lice or publication No. JOS W nt Wood- ftfd Street, pen!con, '1'exAS. JSnt&ed at the PottofflM «t Denlson «• second-clans matter. Terms of nubscrlpUon-Daily: One Week ,' .,,}•••• One month , — Three .uiorjths (U pnM In adt'anoe) ■ ■ THE 8EMI-WEKKI.V HERALD. One y«ar I .15 .«o I 50 11 00 fjubacrtbera dmlrlng thw their paper* .rtinngcil wtil both ths old and tha new addreu* add reus of please five TELEPHONES NO. 21. LABEL> <UNIQN however, which give* any color to the statements made. The plan as out- lined la the one that ha* been consid- ered in connection with the block lo- cation on the north aide of Main street. It is inconceivable that plana of this character would bo announced be- fore at leant an option haa been ob- tained on the property needed. Since the order of the Texas Ra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

b# " J fi ^ I Six - ' > V/4 <■ * .*m$0F; «IW«: ■' ;'. '• - *si: DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. >Y DECIDED YE8TERDAV NOT [TO PURCHASE SITE FOR A MARKET SQUARE. HAL SESSION WAS HELD * lion on ths Land Expireo at 12 ►'clock Last Night—r:irtha Large- ly Exceed Deaths in Month ' of August—Opening of School Term. I nan office of Herald, eaat aide of luare. items of fciiernian newa re- sived for puMloatlon. Matter* Per- imlnc to Bhermtn circulation if' en iirefuj attention. New 'phone. No. lit " 'phono No. 7C lerman, Tex.,s Sept. 1.—Last night 1? o'clock the option- on the plecb ground between Houston and Lu- utreeta, Ju8t west of U * court iso square, expired, and yesterday 3rnoon tho city council voted no actlcn in regard to the p: Bed purchase of the piece of proper- fOr use as a market square with proviso that the court ofvcounJ> imlssloners move the hitching Rts from the court house square thus prevent, the hitching of rses there. | Whether «r not this action of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

%l' 'V ww M m I ?Vi 1 O , ' '/'-V THE DENISON jy&LY HZKALD, SATURDAY, BBPTKMBEB t P _., WbmMmm iv'w v i>/ *v v-•' ijxi-r v .'*p.'.,til* lu/ilmnysi ■ • ■• new fist Train for the katy WILL BE FASTER THAN FLYER AND LEAVE ST. LOUIS IN THE AFTERNOON. SWITCH WAS FOUND OPEN Suspicious Occurren®^ Discovered by j Katy Trainmen at wells, I. T. Grossly Exaggerated Account of Hage nan Wreck Sent .. Out from Denison. I open by a train crew, but It is prob- | able that the crew would haVe no- ticed the absence of a light. The switch lock was not broken, but wan defective, and could have been open- ed by any one with slight effort. An unsuccessful attempt waji made Monday night to wreck passenger train No. 3 at the Heme switch. On j that occasion the switch lock was broken, the light removed from the stand and the switch set for the side J track. The train ran into the switch, i but at reduced speed. It is an unusual j coincidence that John Bhine was the ! engineer on both trains. The two c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

f.>i i I <■' m. ... -,ir • v.™'*#1;. '/ * w?fp ~ m ^— tWllHIIWIIt m*i£* . .. {■;• THB DENIflON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I. J Wk & V-'' • > , , &' > 2 ■ Wlen an Inventive genius plus something new and useful he ^ r makes one experiment after another until his Ideal Is finally attained. The perfect blend In <;offees wa^ the result ^f years of experiments ' and experience. That ideal, bland is now pat uj ln one-pound pack- ; ages and labelled , " $ • M ■ ■ : i '.<■. J COFFEE Roasted fresh dally In Denison and sold by all grocers. Aluminum Ware WILL NOT SCORCH OR BORN. WILL NOT RU8T OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR 8CALE. ,!v ..tjtf .. i" i,;-'- >'■ •*• , WE HAVE IT Hall-Leeper Hardware Company BARGAINS- In Children's Oxfords and Sandals, black tan and white. From 25o up. BOLDRICK & SWAN ,;f t BUY YOUR 'FLAGS AND V ek LA H « DECORATION GOODS EARLY - - T Or L&.DOF U&y AT THE BLUE FRONT RACKET STORE, 220 MAIN Remember (delays are dangerous at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

it ■ m St-V ... m'-' ,i 1- S •,-v \ frapifl . V*.'.*£ ; ; f f:; Yi, teS&L * * >fcM;r THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. Oil! Oil!! Oil!!! "'?}• Vr-'v, „' If you want to keep ' ypur children healthy use the pure Imported Italian olive oil. Mr. Mamola has made arrangements to Ret his oll from his old home to Italy.. J&ou can bty this oil from him in any quantity. Bal- lon, half gallon, quart or pint at Tery low prices. If you want to be convinced as to thfe quality of the oil one trial Is all that is * necessary. We are positive you will use this oil a a long as you cart get it. If you want to keep your children healthy you ehould use this Italian olive "II. I also keep in connection with this business a stock of Imported Canned Goods Russian Cavar, Frvnchj Sar- dines, Italian Ton no. Thi Ton- no (a the best fish that grows In the sea, aud 13 canned in pure olive oil and contains no poisons or drugs whatever. If you like a cold lunch try a can and you will be ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

OK hw WM" U •' Wv' 1MX- ■'V" '••• 'C&sgxHpjllfi ''rf*;'""*1 iri vwaiii;: ,ri •■ 1ST 3B0I8I •/&'' iv ■'* • v „..■ a i k >'• IPbI .' s, aw W'fe IPS! "M® v • mm TP™ il''' *"■■'■ ' % 8S$3P,.., ML... . itC •• : V-f ' ■ < Ebi^:- f'i>f- BwilfW ' \ft ••*. " 401 ■' 111 ■ — ■ ~ • ' ■ 1 —■ "'"" """ * n daily herald, saturday, september 1. or sale Horses and Mules. FOB SALE There .would not be many telephones in use £, they were not useful—nor so f many Herald want ads If 4I they were not fitted to the public service, perhaps bet- ter than any other form of publicity. Real Estate. SAI.E by owner, nix houses and j, 1400 and up. Also It-acre Jfrult ad truck (arm. See B. It. Smart. 731 Day St. * l-l-lra PLENfJID isma'l farm 4 miles southwest |of DOnleon. Alust sell In the next 30 aye. A burgaln. T. W.' Nevlll. Sber an, Tea. 30-lmo ACRE or « lots on Waalilnatrm 8t, (Bent building site In city. $1000. 1 imi lot 907 Nelson St. John iwnbildge. 217 CIK-Stnut St. New one 33. 1EAF—-40-ac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

sOv' m THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, BEPTEMBERJL i gj| J ; w W' i mjjm ^01'' m R IV * lift if m . / 'V If. >, $ i LABOR DAY And everybody will be celebrat- ing. LADIES Should be careful of their com- plexions. We have Marvelous Cold Cream, Rohrer'a Artcnia Cream, Satin Skin ('ream, Viola Cream, Freckeleater and other "creams and face preparations and powders. Come in and look over the fit nek. No doubt you'll find just what you need. OPINIONS 0F_ A VISITOR WAXAHACHie EDITOR INVESTI- GATES SPLIT LOO DRAG. HANNA The Up-to-Datc Druggist. J THE DENISON OPERA HOUSE Thursday, Sept. (J ' The Opening Attraction (j 1 The Big Beauty Show THE ELMORE SISTERS lr the newest of the new THE Rajah of Bhong A Musical Comedy in Two,. Acts. A Dazzling Dream of Delight. Beautiful Scenery, Costumes and Electrical Effects. r Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. TONIGHT THE EMPIRE MOVING PICTURE SHOW. Thres Shows Dally—4, 8 and 9 p. m. si \ Change of program Mdnday and Thursday. \ 422 Main Street Jim ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

mm 1888861®' i-Mv' ^: THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATUEPAY, SEPTEMBER 1. r Hi I VWM • V $. m [TMS GIRL IN WHITE. daisy, she's a hummer, she's a It* fom> of the summer, inty latest comer, she'* a vision dellxbt! d charm e'en wees wary, cool delicate i nd airy, like a .voting snow fairy la the girt In white. hat to little slipper and a town atyle a ripper. ice shade and gloves alt chipper, oft veil tlec 'neath her chin, symphony In whiteness, a dell- 0 dream of brightness, ' sprite of graee and lightness the sternest heart could win. summer's torrid anguish, how hent which makes men languish. Hottest step can vanquish as lie beams upon one's alght; tie queen maid of the season, past argument and reason. tie world is he 4 to arise on—the veet summer 1 .rl In white! —Cr .cago Inter-Ocean. lenbeck. Eva Eubank, Dalsv Ben Gard- ner, Theda Munson. Fay Lindsay and Josephine Brumbaugh. 4 Picnic at Woodlake. Miss Lola Douglass gave a picnic Thursday evening at Woodlake In honor of her guest, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

!" J • 1 'Mi' fr r I <> \ i- Kl^ssj -fv -:-V THE DENfSON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. m -m, , ,'v 7™ NATURE SPARES Tke Vtrlekct Uom From GrJrl. What a fortunate provision of nature It 1 . tftut deprives the rose of mental fuffertng; for how poignant would be if* *rt*f to discover. In the height of Its blooming Klory, that a canker fed at Its heart, and that Its beauty and fragrance wore doomed furevi-r. Nature always epares the suffering; *he Is a veritable Btore'house of pleasing rewards, for those who seek her aid. In the years gone by falling hair and grayness have cast n gloom over the lives of thousands of yonvg women, but thanks to the In- vest'gallons of scientists the truo cau « of h#ir destruction Is now known to be a fferrn or parasite that burrows into the hair follicles. Newbro's H«rplcid« absolutely destroys this <?erm. thus l>*r?nltt!n* thai , hair to trrow an na- ture inr. rd«d. 'Sold by lfifHng: druK- (jlsts. Pcnd JO,-. In starnpi f >r rjttipla...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

t i i^WW^W" T iffi*f* ......... THE DEN180N DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. p ; Talking Machine ,,. ■■ > .', ■ v;: , - -r * ' • I« • fine thing to have In the • home, and our reasonable prices make tt possible for ev- ery family to own pne. We *1- I so keep the records. Sewing machiowa cheap. T C. J. O'Malej^ i 120 Main Street. ! r ■v^Vs i(W^ I 'Mi TAKE THE Old Reliable. Through trains, sleepers and chair cars without change north to St. Louis and Kansas City; south to Shreveport, Dallas, Fort Worth.i Waco. Houston, Galveston, Austin and San An- tonio. II you travel be sure your ticket reads via 8PECIAL LOW RATES. $31.55 to Chicago and return. $33.70 to Cincinnati and return. $30.95 to Louisville and return. $22.90 to St. Louis and return. $17.30 to Kansas City'and re- turn. $17.45 .Memphis and return. $15.45 Galveston and return. $14.50 1 Amarillo and return. $38.40 City of Mexico and return. $50.00 to Bah Francisco and return. • $70.00 to San Francisco via Portland and ret...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 September 1906

M DENISON DAILY HERALD " ' ■ " '1 \"y- *-*\ •/ : _ ■■■*'■■•■"''" V ' vj« A - *V • t&j/jxftvw>74,M4.M4&T4kv4) '' rW'<} V ') v '■ > .N ' * 4rtB REASON FOR THINKING SO. THE WILLIE- BOYS. il P* IN THE SWIM. r A}" 'i They start to paca the chai III. —but a difference in plan— IV. !&> BS . c © o a —disastrous results. —produces— m ' " !«". s. \ Mrs. Hwf-lllngton—There, Iguess we have at last eclltated the *loneybagn as entertainers. We are going to have It put In the papers that our recent en- tertainment coot $4#,«0 . Mr. Sweillngton—But the Moneybags claim thelra coat $50,00#. Mrs. {{Wellington—Tea. but an affi- davit will to with our figure*. THEIR GAIN NOT OURS. First Theatergoer—This play was taken from the (tailfan. Second Ditto!—Lucky Italians! NEED8 CASH. Mrs. Chic—Anybody can buy a for- eign title now. — Mr. Chic—Yes, but not on credit. THE TIME. "Youth la the time to learn." "It shouldn't be. It's the time you know it all." THE LIMIT. 'Greedy (fellow, Isn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 September 1906

, ■' ' . Wi'' ;i"vv-'V^ •\ , O'CLOCK a u b. h!iuili w, Ott. U N. Kobb. it H. ToWnf'4 DENI80N, TEXAS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1906. vol. xvm. lay; FLANNELETTE, FALL FLEECED of new D DARK COLOR8, SUITABLE FOR WRAPPERS, ! NO. 44. H. 8. LECJATB. CMtl P. J. BIIENNAN, Ant CuUu National Bank ot Denison, DENISON. TEXAfl. CAPITAL •; .... 1 0,00 SURPLUS and PROFITS., XM.004 Dlrectora: J. J. McAl*ster, H. Kefrensburaw W. B. Mun on. C. 8. Cobb, A. 8. Burrow*, P. J. Brennan, J. B. McDougall. R. 8. Legate, C. C. Jinks. W. S. Hlbbard, NO> INTTCRE8T PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. Kimonas and House Sacques THE EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICE OF 5 CENTS A YARD EAST SHOW WINDOW. ADDEN'Q ONE PRICE-CASH THE PUCE TO BUY SHOES IICKASAW LEGISLATURE. T ned Today for « Short Seaslon. Democratic Primary. itomlngo, I. T., Sept 3.—In the election held In Tishomingo Saturday Dave1 Futaom was as a member of the legisla- | to fill the unexpired term of Seely, deceased. The legtsla- fconvened today and will re- in session but k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 September 1906

7B'"—"T"' '• \ • ' ' •7 | if < , THE DENISON DAILY HlttALP, MONDAY, BEPTEMBKB 3. ii |«l (• ? i ■.;'f ii - 4 / ■ i I ' I * / Iff A. WSrC razfor wfe / / 'THE DERISION DAILY HERALD THE HERAT.!) TOBtKIHtJJO CO.. PUBLISHERS. Ottloe of publication No 305 WVtt Wood- trd Street, fyerilson. Texas. Entered at the Pottofflr* ati Denison as second-ciaHa ma tie' -Dully. Term One Wrek ..... On« month Three mora ha (if paid In advance).. THE 8EM1-WKKKI.V HERALD. One y«ir HOC Subscribers <1 *lrlnir the nildreaii of their pnpor« channel will ploaso K've both ths old and the n«w addresa. TELEPHONES NO. 11. <«NJON MONDAY, SKI'TKMHKR 3 pessimist Mac*: EC Thl. In the most practical road! price# und sells to tihe consumer at Mult price*. I* thin not a question that concerns, all classes allkef—Ty* ler Courier. A jH-rson is not going to drl\ over bail roads to reach a town when good ones are to bfc found.—Colllnavllle Times. v« v,?W * HERALD ECHOES. Quality counU. ers. building proposition that h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 September 1906

MZO HAYDON IDSUDDENLY >vkr dead in lap op com- mon while driving to his home. ERS FAIL TO AGREE of Buying Cotton and Enter- eculative Market Disrupts nty Organization—Repub- in Club Reorganized. W. J. Gamblin Dlea. office of Herald, eut aide of Items of Sherman news re- for publication. Matters per- to Sherrain circulation *Ven attention. New 'phone, No. 77; hone No. 71 , tRMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. Local No. 1288, M. B. A., meeting, Clark Hall. Council No. 43, O, A. M., regu- etlng. Woodmen Hall. Lodge No. 12. K. of P., regu- ag, K. of P. Hall, in Local No. 1, N. A. B.B., over Vest Houston street in, Tex., Sept. 3.—-While drlv- his home Saturday evening r: 30 o'clock Akmzo Haydon, un aged 62 years, fell OTer In of a companion with whom he ivlng. and died in a few mo- He was taken to hla home, 1)27 East Houston street His coming suddenly as It does, Is It shock to his many friends In funeral services were conduct- morning at 10 o'clock from the ice by Rev. Forrest Smith, paa- the First...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 September 1906

BW5r ' I Kt I J/ 55^2^1 THE DENI80V DAILY KUALD, MONDAY, UFTUUUS. Belt >uckles . new STYLE BRIDGES prose b ia the setter of Information rrain i* reported a half hour late ,^nd f arrive* an twuf_or UiOre behind « guess. RELIGION f I ♦ new and decidedly aj*l tlc design*. Prlct-s s^rtfrUingly low considering ip^\r rich beau- ty and fine fjjflsh. 'You wli! en- Joy Uxiklii'g at them at.! we wlU be jfTad to show 'hV;ai to y<pu whether you bay or not. ler local with Sunday lajr ow In Dea-non. ,• Conductor Write Harvey of | th Katy north end handled the excursion into Denison yesterday. He *u **-" slated oa the return trip by Cofiduc- i tor J. C, Hopper. The Katjr has two cam of fine rock i In the yards which will be used In •—• sMSr 7M \ L. B. Moore, \ t JEWELER. 216 W. Mairr St. A Seseaei ♦♦♦ Tak'' hom * a nice piece of BARBECUED MEAT. W* k">•, p tt hoc a!i 'ho time—beef, pork or mutton—lr*.< fltoo. E. C. Terhune, 414 Main Street. Positively Removes FrArlfl# c afj,M ^ UiCTWm 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 September 1906

\ ■ nra -;v' - ■ . k$,£ tH#i*'A£V*'■? V'. 'X;'-1*' "• •* * «••-••••/ • ; • T -.'j v.v"• 4' v >• -v--•' * "■ >3;' . >■■ 1 $ v • ' VTHE jpBNIBON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. -i..,' ,.ZI LOCAL «3}Wj ■ > : i- JM-'Vh- When an inventive genius plans Something now and useful he ! makes one experiment after another until his Ideal Is finally attained. The perfect blend In coffees was the result of years of experiments and experience. That Ideal blend is now put up In one-pound pack- ages and labelled ■■•77 # ^ WAPCO COFFEE "* Roasted fresh dally In Denlson and sold by "all grocers. PURE Aluminum Ware • WILL NOT SCORCH OR BURN. ' WILL NOT hU8T OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. WE HAVE IT Hardware Company WHY NOT Have another pair of white oxfonlB and keep your feet cool? Spe- cial. per pair 81 15 BOLDRICK & SWAN .NEWS NOTES TONIGHT'S EVENTS. Denlson Commandory No. 24, K. T., regular meeting, Masonic Hall Red River Lodge No. 8, U. "of L. F regulur meeting, B. of L. F....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 September 1906

irw? gflP mm mm ■ Imm imr ®'V: msism $ ' V ' mmk T m*.. Summer Tourist Rate TAKE THE Old Reliable? tte u Through trains, sleepers and chair cars without change north to St. Louis and Kansas Utty; south to Shreveport, Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco, Houston, Galveston. Austin and San An- tonio. If you travel be sure your ticket reads via M.K.&T. - SPECIAL LOW RATES. $31.55 to OhlcaKO and return. $33,70 to Cincinnati and return. $30.95 to Louisville and return. $22.90 to St. Louis and return. SI 7.30 to Kansas City and re- turn. $17.45 to Memphis and return. $15.45 to Galveston and return. $14.50 to Amarillo and return. $38.40 to City of Mexico and return. . $50,00 to San Francisco and return. $70.00 to Saij, Francisco via Portland and return. Cheap rates to all principal points in the United States. Tickets on sale dally. For in- formation call or write. J. GERLACH, T. P. A., 122 West Main 8t, Both Phones 201. E. A. KELLOGO, Ticket Agent, Union Station. THE DEyiSON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 September 1906

Vr'Vu' jv# ♦ KM ■ .S&' #*!<% < ' ' •> - '(V.{ v *£ • , . > ' V .'V;,, .',"" e«™p -sr-r£? '• ' ■ ' ;4*'y - mmrnm DKNIBON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 > :m n v:W' " fW'TWWSS ■ '■ ■ '■! ' ;• HELP WANTED WWVW*A^ LE — - Rnl Estate. CNPIP "mull farm 4 mile* southwest of Denlson. Must sell in the next HO day*. A bargain. T. \V. Nevlll. Sher- man, Tax. 30-lmo >NE ACRE or 8 lota on Washington St. JBest building aite In city. I10Q0. 1. house and lot .907 Nelson St. John Brownbrldge. 217 Chestnut St. New Phone S3. MRU of 84 acres SH miles oast of Pcn- : Won on old Bonhain road; 85 acres tn cultivation; bouse und barn, good wed, , plenty of stock water} good timber. L well adapted for fruit, truck, poultry. | of dairy farm. Price 130 un acre, part cash, balance on easy terms. See T. J. Crooks. 18-t* ..SIXTY-ACHE farm 5 miles northwest of r Denlson, 47 acres In cultivation; t good 3-room house, barn, two wells. Address J. H. Hudglns, JR. F. D. No. 7. Denlson, Tex. 28-6...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 September 1906

,/* i v/1 immi& € Maslais K-'tftS i ,*1 1 THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. '• ? . I?. The "Owl" Postoffice.... We don't sleep half a much as Undo Sam aoos. You^can register letters and get stamps and money or- ders hero lopg after Uncle Sam's shop Is closed for the night and even an hour be- fore It is opened In the morning. We are glad to serve you any time, day or night, and will deliver stamps when or- dered with anything from our drug store. ♦ LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS HANNA The Up-to-Date Druggist MUCH INTERE8T IN OENISON'S MONTHLY SALES DAY. * Mrs. W. M. Clark, Northwest of Town, Won First Prize in Butter Exhibit. Prizes for October. most -famous kennels of Canada and the United States are represented. Boston, Mass., Sept. 3.—The small boat races for the Roosevelt Cup be- gan off Marblehead today. The races are International In that both Ameri can and German yachts are compet- ing. The races are scheduled to con- tinue until Tuesday of next week. Marlon, Ind., Se...

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