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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 March 1907

'■■W3WM m\_m mmmm C. B. COBB. J. J, M'ALMSTER, President. Vice-President, ft. jJ. ijr.UATK, Cashier. I'- J. BJtlSNNAN, Assistant Cashlor. NATIONAL DANK OF DKNISON, DENISON, TEXAS. CAPITA! HUKPLIJH and PROFITS .... 100,000 Directors J. J. McAkater, H. tteKennburger, W. B. Munson, C, 8. Cobb, A. S. Burrows, }', j. Bronnan, J. B. Mf t'ougall, it. K. 1-egate, C. C. .Jinks. W. 8. Htbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS. ilfflBffliP-« H m 1 WmM ipM :ia® Ellhu B. Hlnshaw, r 0. L BUckford. p h. Tobln, a! w. Ach**on. DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDA*f'MARCH 1, 1907. GENERAL NO. 198. Cahiw. T. w. ***> f The Library of the university of Tex ' nr ■ ■■■ —■ c wfflsm Finds Us With Complete _ _ t Spring Stock; Newest and t in Every Department.. ! ▼ isri: t MADY-to-wear department is breaking all spring X for jult and shirt Belling. Better goods and newer styles for ^ <•> KM ttater the crowd* our way. C* mUINE"Y now ready and If you don't say It's the best col- rfflne bats from 15.00 to $25.00, we won't...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 March 1907

* Kim*,*IN SBIP'^agfe ■ ^i'-J:^"v.' ;w a": h-^jw S^IfF v' *~-:f:.r AW**$- '•'.:lJPhIWW!';Wny '■•'■<?■■' :-*P'y,-"< fi:-■":*■> 3 ■ " v. ..' •• y/> , -'>••■ .,''■ • • SF^OlHrSsi■ W$.;'VtJrafffAv^ SR^WfCT'/Sfc^rl, .. WBMgjj& ,/:' ■*, f- Htt -", ,,-.. ■„, ■ •*> ' sypsf -.- ■' * J ' It'f vfe'i THE OENISON OAILY HERALD IKESsi®' £ : HkSsS&'V ■'<'' ■ KeT.v •'.' y Mj£; fe;' pfe m. K;« p' s§& IP Mfe ;■«, ,''j ., L ,r i ■ u ') ■ " '■' ' THE HERA J. D ftnStUSHIKO ca. PUBLISHERS. Office of publication No. 804 %Vo t '«Vood- ard Street. Oentaon. Texas. *~LZ Entered at the Postoffu-e it Dcnlaon as •ccond-cuias matter. ecutive position with h multitude "t clerical duties niukesi It imi*>ssibl<- foi him to do the thin** which are of greater moment and of much greater imjKJitance. THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 1 " 1 " ... " ' Tenia ot subscription—Daily: One week One month tilx months <tf paid In a Jvano.) one >e .r T&E BKMI-WKKKI.V IIEOA1.JJ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 March 1907

MWA'< —— mk ,' m i WW m mmp ■ ■ . iiiwll W: * m ■** ■m •^ft «, • Vs® Imfe* THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 1. TED SUCCESSFULLY ike hunolevs tA8T NIGHT, <5S SHERMAN mMActa to Secure «artln la Found -Tom WW and Qlven B^BUBBBUmPEP^MPWIWPW twenty members, left last night on l night will lng at Denton. At the lat- ter place they will sing under the SI???1 8 °* Industrial Col- The glee club has made quite a tion for the college on its an- trlps and many requests have been made for engagements this Bpring. HERALD'S WORK APPRECIATED. 8herman Man Llkea Idea of Pike Be- _ tween Sherman and Deniaon. Sherman, Tex., March 1.—A Sher- man buBineBB man, who is prominent- ly identified with many of the largest concerns in the city, and who always has been one of the leading spirits in 'rery move calculated to make Sher- an a better town to live in, this morning said to a Herald enta- "I appreciate what the Herald Good Four 1 H - - /AkftLw. I In Penitentiary, i8 doing in the matter of w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 March 1907

rm m ■*>sPP$ 1 v^VfoV'-* THE DEM180N DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, MAKCH 1. M&i i A* Ell. c 1 s#; tfe i: fr %< <. Hf ?MU jfe&? hbK THE WEST 13 THE CHEAP- EST — NOME BETTER THAN OURS. PRINCE HENRY—Oae of the best ft-rrheron station* in the world. « i 4IBMI JIM POSTER—-The noted iron gray Jack, raised by Harrison Davis at Howe. 1 CROWN B—One of the best combination Hal stallions in the South and a very fine individ- ual. being a grandson of the famous Brown Ha! and well known by his colts as a fine . producer. These fine animals will make the season at the usual stand. Ed Ford's stables, in West Den Isoo, at the very low price of $€.<X> ofr the season. If you have not &een their colts It will pay yon-IP do so before breed- ing. C. M. BRYANT. Owner. ARCH ML'SGROVE. Manager. BABY WASTED 10 MERE SKELETON In Torments a Year and a Half with Terrible Sores on Face and Body — Hands Tied to Stop Scratching and Tearing at Flesh —But CURE BY CUTICURA COMPLETE AND SPEEDY "My l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 March 1907

WB •a 1 Vv,::|v.v*..•;., 1 > . , .^V"- 'V ■ -i ;i> hmmimi>ui>miim LOCAL * f |: l. ' ' V; ' ■ (T'' :: !•'<«mSKBSk denison daily herald, friday, march 1. fi§H % ^ four *>,n9 cartai" work ,ar y°u •« « cost of $12 b ^Tfound thrM <"•" **<> e*"1* «• «h* unit work and do It l^r, > coat of 1$ • rf«y y®" **« *"* h®«ltat« long between . M w«ll> * . V ' Itlona. Tr m i you are drlnkinfi 40-cent coffee. Now there's only one m*l«ebetter than Wapco and that's White Swan. Other- coffee Is euperlor to Wapco—if. better than aome of tYOUR fl'flC*r nll> WAPC0 for 30 cenU- P^s-Platler Grocer Co! | AND—Louis XVI. iitecture of the reign of Louis xvi bears witness to the $£?«> Itical movements of that period. "^ilffliebtb employed are, of course, the same as those which the style of Louis xiv, but the spirit with which they are ' *8 a difference. Under Louis xiv, magnificence was tho jit. a magnificence at times barbaric, because or the rich- m*® materials in which it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 March 1907

RSip ^T99^ . •• V;' s':1 •• v'vV%.'f Jjf §J1©V^'";' ^FSsMBBMpY^P fcl, ?,<■ i$-* ■I ;v/ -rv r#g! v;r-'V Mi i$K$!i AD ARSON WAS VERSATILE FAMOUS CHIC AGO AN PROFICIENT IN MANY SPORTS. --:' ' - ' "■ ■ —& . = " ■ ': ■ W m. 118 Malschi Kittridgs, the One# Great Catcher, Sings the Praise of The Grand Old Man." To my TiiniJ there never wu a fls ore connoted with We national /am# at all comparable with Adrian C. An- son, manager of the Chicago National league club for bo many reasons and now city clerk of the city of Chicago, aays Malachl Kittridge, the once great catcher. 1 also maintain that no one ever contributed more largely to place the game on the plane it now occupies than this same Anson. He was a great ball player and a great' manager, but, best of all, be was a great man. He was literally a king among men. What a physique was bis! j Bach that it was sure to attract the attention of the passer-by. No ball j tosser was ever better dressed, and he set an_ example for his men ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 March 1907

' Ufa- Mp$lr V :■ THE D ALD, FRIDAY, march 1. for rent. wanted. Pereonal. OTICE NOTICE In*** Houses will improve to Ci J. O'Maley, No. U'O lo-tr to r«nt; four miles south- jon; Mil) or crop rent. I [or planting; |n Mpan- BI2NT—Five-room houito at SOU E ■awford. Apply HQ 8. kus|{. v3.6; AW*-* 10-roorn liouso by March i. Mfc-i, ?rB ayeeL APP'y l" WllllaniH r * Sharp, Agents. 28-3t Farms t for ... n* for right Works, Sherman, 2« if Residences ;:ro?.r2 w11^ Ji0UBa' •'•ctrtc * J!SJ'e"t Morton. Apply est Morton. cookln* t house: itncs wwoNr w<>rk: putting down or "clra iiftic 'iar" SJew, F?'„CU' cUavo order at Z- Frank Yarbfch St0re\ Bo,h 1 bVr^ho^01',01 aT the Su«ar Bottom bar- emi* 2R- 8 ? South Armstrong av- ■ *b«re X Will run a first class •hop. Llatta AH work guaranteed. O. 16-lmo Kordr.'r.Hl:'l w'!'idin« Invitations can be reasonable^ h° Honi,d offlce' Prl<M" Livestock NOTICE!—Coach and Sum, niikJ ti ' stallion and jack, will make the season of 1907 at my stables five miles...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 March 1907

'<>. mm ■■■■■MR*' . "■ _n- ^ fry -r■'■■■■ '^SwN^'• *v ' ™ ■■•■■■/' w-,1-•*>. THE DEHI80H P4H.T HERALD, TODAY, MA QHJ. t's Worth m " bus" |g- spfe. ' m. 1W0 The ordinary 25c Ul- cum eu holds tour ounces. Freeman's dec- orated can holds six- teen ounces (net) of Relight ful high grade perfumed talcum pow- der and we sell it for 25c. Here's a proposition: Ton try this talcum and if you don't find if perfectly satisfactory— as good as any you ever used—phone us to •end your money'rafcto HANNA THE CAREFUL DRUGGIST. iW/1 KRYPTOCKS f i Charles Cream. eeee Miss Harris will be with us for several days, giving free demonstrations dally of St. Charles Cream. We especially ask all the ladles to visit our store during her stay. Lots of good things to eat every day. A great many of you will re- member the courteous treat- ment of Miss Harris when she was with us before. KNAUR-BROWN 1 Grocery Co. NO MORE MONEY FOR OKLAHOMA HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS COM- MITTEE TURNS DOWN NEW STATE'8 REQUEST. «...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 4 March 1907

tTlONAk BANK. iBXAft :■> a r PUtt«r. V|ce-Pr«*M*nt. Cashier. u- «M ' • • ¥ , B. _HlrJ EllhV . * «* i ' Blackford. i ||K«u I VOL. ifej -Mbmm ~ ' a ..;iw tm ".. 9 i ■ —. DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1907. NO. 200. C. 8. COBB. J. J. M'ALUBTER. President. Vice-President* Ul 8. i.K«ATE, Cashier. P. J. jurknnaN, Assistant Cashier. NATIONAL BANK OF DENISON. DENIHON. TEXAS. CAPITAL 100,000 SURPLUS anil PROFITS .... *90,000 Directors: '• J- McAlastev, H. R< sensburger, W. B. Munson, c. H. Cobb, A. S. Burrows, p. j. Brerinan, J. B. MoDougall, R. S. Legate, > C. C. Jinks. W. S. Mtbbard, NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAU DEPOSITS. fills . Wjjjjk ggm| W^.T:%§JlOes All Styles—All Leathers. L $2, $2.50, S3, S3.50, S4 These have no equal in Denison for STYLE, FIT and WEAR. A saving to you of 25c to 50c a pair. If a cash buyer you can't afford to miss it. Buy all your shoes here and gave money. t lip \ A D D E N'O ONE PRICE-CASH THE PUCE TO BUY SHOES JDENISON, TEXAS. | ) fTEAMER AFLOAT. I Get...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 4 March 1907

r • -W"' ';V\L TNE DENISON DAILY HERALD THB HERALD PUBUBHINa CO.. PUBLISHERS. $ THE DENISIOH DAILY HERALD, ifoKDAY, MARCH 4. ("I"' J L B . ; . i . ' ■ " • ' $£ it ■# MP™' Office of pvhUcaUon No. S0S West Wood- rj Street, Denison, Texan. Entered at the Po tofrico %t Donlson as •econd-class matter. Term. of subscription—Daily: Ona week < -*5 < >ne month (0 St* months (If paid In advance) .... J.M One year 5-Ojp THK BEMI-WKBKLY HERALD. One year 11.00 TELEPHONES NO. *1. MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1907. Why not build that sidewalk and have it done with? Wonder bow many farmer* used a drag since the rain. have Plant a tree before the season paus- es. Tree* add greatly to the appear- ance of the home and to the general appearance of a city. Plant a tree and ia after year* you will be proud of it. . What about that sidewalk you have . been promising no long to build. Aro r you waiting on your neighbor? Don't wait, but go ahead, take the lead. It It your property that la going to be improved....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 4 March 1907

I HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 4, and other qui* jro IE CONSIDERED f COUNCIL TONIGHT, (OUITYSEAT NEWS Hart Club 8«curM Location Engraving Plant-South- Unlvwa'ty Olee Club „ oiy, Concert at th i «•*•/ Colleflo. ■ - Herald. No. 1M North " to Pont l Telegraph herroan news recelv- Mutters pertaining in given careful at- No. 77; old phono fff, March 4.—The city I win bold an Important meet- City Engineer Charles j~wfll report on two routes run iferaWstem of along '. ,treet and to Austin Col- ge fill give the figures on the work and it will he de- r the council what can be done jiagiaea. r Attorney Benton Maxey will re- |«i the JL«e avenue crossing, , that «enu# erossps the Texas MOe Railroad. At the last meet- itke council he was Instructed to Lt just wbat the railroad pro- I to do In the premises and to I nit If the road is not. willing I ttt part immediately. , m (till (19,000 of the old ka bonds outstanding which f#l secretary has so far been I to locate, and this matter will up for discussi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 4 March 1907

' ■■ • a1 ' H jK '" W* fc/vl'4* ii® :&•«« A/. « -v; THE DEW18I0W DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 4. afffl y^r?T «>•'•*. 3 -'y^'' mg^SmM te V': '■:.<#,( ^ oung Man! Here's Your Chance! See the WorldI Be a United States Sailor and an Athlete. CO-OPERATION IS ASSURED CONDUCTORS AND TRAINMEN TO ACT IN CONJUNCTION THIRTEEN 8TATE8. IN SSiiS Short Hoars, Congenial Work, Good Pay, Small Expense A JOINT ADVISORY ■; It you have ever fait a long- i S to secure a training that would fit you for better things — and at "the same lime aee some- thing of tbw world — it you would like to at once take advan- tage of an oppor- tunity now open to you—-here It is. The Xavy De- partment of the United States wants a large number of healthy, active young men, of good standing in their community and between the ages of 17 and 35 yeara to accept posi- tions of good pay In the Navy. To take advantage of this opportu- nity It is only necessary for you (If you can meet the requirements, and an American ci...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 4 March 1907

.' I ItPlraiff!,' "il ,-C.. :.f , = ♦It WSBBm ■ ■■■--• . HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 4. r*.. ;z ' > • ^",1TOiS8w«rai lhad four mtn rfoln« certain work for you at > coat of $12 . ~ ««und thraa man who could do tha aame wor o IMt" ' irl*d vou (MP# thrt# mcn *WM do th« tame work and do It ffii at a coat of • day you wouldn't hesitate long between J IJ* ^ yoU arc drinking 40-c*nt coffee. Now there's only one HJL, thafa battar than Wapco and thara Whlto Swan. Othar- "i^nt coffee la auparlor to Wapco—U'a better than aoma of lYOUR g™"r WAPCO for 30 oonta. Hk Waples-Plalter Grocer Go. j Renaissance of the moat fruitful effects; of the Crusades was the awaken- t In Greek *rt and literature throughout Europe. This Unce with the best work of the Hellenic mind checked ,j 0f tha Gothic «chool and Induced the growth of a new Renalaiance—-bailed upon classic models. It had its incep- [ ^^Titaly; man3r of lta nob,eBt works are to ho found In that Among Ha triumpha in sculpture Is the tomb of Giovan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 4 March 1907

"Vv.'-Tr' '• % 5T ■HE# - : • ' W. . ''.'" ;|J;* ?PP * . ■ . ',v m-;iiP®fV;'l ..w931 w« fcv® = THE PEW18I0N DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 4. 'V*,,,. >i'v fWS >A": E twf ■■ ■-■•'. ■"■ $$«' •; :;p ;: - ft Fine ;w iST. 'P'i® ' Stock #S(-r il<i® ||§i| mm:, ig- <3B& THE BEST It THE CHEAP- E8T — NONE BETTER THAN OURS. PRINCE HENRY—One of the beet Perch eron stallions In the world. JIM PORTER—The noted Iron gray Jack, raised by Harrison Darts at Howy. CROWN ®—One of the beat combination Hal stallions In the South and a very fine Individ usl, being a grandson of the famous Brown Hal and well known by his colta as a fine producer. These fine animals will make ■ the season at the usual stand, Ed Ford's stables, in Weat Den- ison. at the very low price of 18.00 ofr the season. If you have not seen their colts It will pay you to do so before breed- In*. C. M. BRYANT, Owner. ARCH MU8GROVE, 9 Manager. Z inison Opera House fSpecial Engagement! ;vf: MM* One Night Only. O FRIDAY, MARCH ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 4 March 1907

HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 4. \ '' W - „ -i rlpar Yw,' It m y require more than one insertion that ; < J want ad But what of it if ' | you find a buyer? mmmmh ; *OR RENT. PROFESSIONAL. ! | BualniiiTKouaaa r~~~ w Dentist*. f OR SALE >*'-' , 'JrMM&M V'SPP . 1 . V ••!*-' ,-••• • •■SVjtg *' -!^^3HW|HMWS ' * m J 7 house opporfta- leti on Uie oornor, Ii*«e rorner lot on Weat Mun- ■^T'tood well and barn, 8 ' 8leHy' watjt, «< block. '.SJy water, barn, 4 lots. e, iM " KISm born. 2 wells. 10* ?' Real Batata, Iiwuranw "" NvBusfc. 8-tf Qootfa. "ilia bat felt mattresses, i not to set lumpy, nelth- If they don't give days' trial, bring and K«t your . ,« buy. be sure to ask felt a. Made only hy Denl- Wtory. We make nwn- i^ pay. M*heat J&'sra.ss tock. I COWS nt once tor street. milking cow and . O. P. t street, new pbone 6')9-2. Chancea un 27-10t \,<k ' : White Reasor ring ——— „lwvellaneou . wyvv,w.v>^'vwwwvfwvyww*^ --Meentb Century wonder, itlsm, neuralgia. bruiaea, ■ore throat, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 4 March 1907

wIlBS /V-.'V -V::!-, • $* '. •• W*,' SP* " - * • • Sj& >*: V', &V tfck - :■ It'* much bet- a bottle of I Sarsaparilla right now and thor- oughly purify your blood than to wait until later and suffer for your negligence. This Is a splendid prepara- tion for pimples, tetter ;or salt rh 'ura, b?oitli- s. :<■ bolls, etc. "■ % \ A dollar spend for a bottle will prove a good- Investment. HANNA THE CAREFUL DRUGGIST. ■ FUST SERVICE MS AUSPICIOUS REV. E. E. HENDRICK YESTER- OAY BEGAN A SERIES OF MEETINGS. iJli KRYPTOCKS mi St. les earn & Harria will be with us several days, giving free trations dally of, St Cream. We especially all the ladles to visit our store during her stay. Lots of things to eat every day. great many of you will re- member the courteous treat- ment of Miss Harris when she was with us before* KNAUR-BROWN Grocery Co. \ Bailey Got Hotj -; ; Prom Vh*> manner In which the Senator got warmed up you would Imagine they had some of Carver's wood and coal In A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 March 1907

NATIONAL bank* g TEXAS- v r. ratter. Vice-President. CuM«- T. V. Foley. .,.« •Mcton: s?.K„T I |&rl A.' W. Acbeaon. ajipi BIB rfMRS >. riv w v I ' . .. . ' . .,-• v« >, ' . | «i3' I Z ■ I |V -/.V;.,. te-vl DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1907. NO. 201. C. b. COBB. J. J, M AI.K8TBR. President. Vlce-Pr«al<l«nU h. 8. iJWJATK. Cashier. P. 3. ERKNNAN. Assistant Cashier. NATIONAL BANK OP DENISON. DK.V1HON, TEXAS. f CAPITAL. SURPLUS and PROFITS Directors: J. J. McAlester, W. B. Munaon, A. B. Burrows, p. j. Hreiman. J. B. hieDougall, it. H. I.egaie, C. C. Jinks, W. 8; lllbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAlt DEPOSITS. ItOO.OW iM.OM 11. RcRonsburger. C. 8. Cobb, fn& ■ >iwlMdBKa ^fipl ••iO The TESTIMONY OF LITTLE VALUE FAST MAIL DITCHED. DITCH I Wrk ( c MRS. WM. THAW'S 8TORY WIL NOT GO FAR TOWARD SAV- ING HER SON. THAW'S MARRIAGE ILLE6AL Accident on the New. Ytfrk Central at Early Hour This Morning. New York, March 5.—The Fast Mall, bound from Chicago to New }York on the Ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 March 1907

. ...... m * « iff j THE DEKI80N DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY, MARCH B. ' ^ Mil . Wfv THE DEMSON DAILY HERALD ?>'K KM? mr Ww R- m m S j i Hit: thk herai.d pinaiJ«mNo co.. FUBLUSUEHS. Oitter til publication No. Ml ".Ve#t Wood- ari Street. peolMMi. Texas. -Entered at th« Po*tof/sc« «l Deatson a* second-class matter. Term* of subscription— Daily; Ore «X ♦ -II Owe mom A -M • Six month* * If paid In advance) .... JM IW jesr Mo THK SBMt-WKEKLV IIEHALD. One year fl.80 TELEPHONES NO. St. TUESDAY, MARCH.6, 1W7 most critical. During that period the administration of tho city's affairs must be shaped up and all the machin- ery gotten into good working order Once this is done It will be easy sail- ing. Too great rare cannot be taken in the selection of the men wb« will form the first board of commissioner*. The cotton mill at Celeste rbk-n has xtood idle for several year* 'ias chang- ed hands and will shortly be ;>laee<l in operation If a p'rac ical, capable man Is put In charge there Is no r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 March 1907

f- ' •'* I ww^ mm ■>" "'• *,vv,vuV 'iVSSt HE©! SR i J :3*. • op Claim, were allowed to PHOM THt street, OF ,v edict or the * mu I SEAT NEWS : Company Filet Deed to #" " Bond Issue. I p. U Thornton, * PI* Died Today. Suits Filed. 11' |i^®S , 0f H«rald. No. 123 North next to PoBtal Telegraph ' _ Sherman news receiv- LAfcU.' Matters pertaining ^circulation given careful ut- *' jSone, No. 77; old phono Tex., March 6.—The city I oet (a'regular session last of the last raeet- imA by City Secretary Henry approved by the ■---...■I. • • I wport of the finance commit- j wti presented by Alderm&n showed 192,777.43 on hand, i adopted. I« yifcon, chairman of the i committee, reported that ev- ; in Us department is moving I it a very satisfactory rate. A r of itreets have been recently I and North Walnut street has I pat in iplendid condition with roller. Mr. Wilson stated > alleys in the Fifth Ward, i tad been fenced up, had been On tills subject City Attorney ilbxey asked instruction ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 March 1907

m . Ww €■" ■ iMf . '> .'" ,'•>'• ^ im w biiprism KSPPfSMR® i$P? ,'- ' ■' • . :: %<W' tfre dewisoic daily herald, Tuesday, mabch s. i® • CTVW'Ci >OTV Ring Prices Cut j You can afford a nice ring now. We are offering any set ring In the bouse, excepting dia- mond*. at jnat two-thirds the regular price*—a discount of one-third. We have too many on hand and wish to reduce the •Sock. 0W." ftr tS$k.( ■ DON'T TUNITY. MISS TH«S OPPOR- M m Iri,; L. B. Moore The Jeweler. New Arrival of Oxfords I Ladies who wish to dress their f«et with spring apparel ran do so now. A full patent leather oxford, turn sole, plain toe, Cuban heel, at S3 50 Vic! kid In turn or welt «>i«« sa oo Children's patent leather oxfords or sandals at $1.25 to $2 OO WAGES NOT TO BE CONSIDERED AT MEETING OF KATY GENERAL COMMITTEES WITH THE OFFI- CIALS AT PARSONS. TO ARBITRATE DIFFERENCES Action of Railroad Managers Will Have Result cf Stopping Strike Ballot—The Katy's New Yard P.'ans Will Dispense With Main St...

Publication Title: Denison Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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