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

3K\nY■.«''V; <fy_' ■RBBVH8 LD, TUESDAY, MARCH 5. •fill IIH>|>nnt>t>t PERSONAL MENTION. :'\0WlMKkvm ** • • ■ • hsd tour men doing certain work far you at a coat of 12 * 2 you found thrao mon who could do the same work and do it J? *w«ll, at a coat of $ • day you wouldn't hesitate long between oropoiltiona. y of you are drinking dCKent coffee. Now there's only one offee that's better than Wapco and that'a White Swan. Other, dvcent coffee la auperlor to Wapco—It'e better than aome of BP*1* . yoUR grocer aelle WA^CO for 30 cente. Vs. .4 IN Waples-Platter Grocer Co. i • I jfc [OCCHIO—Italian Renaissance , of the most frnltful effects of the Crusades was the awaken- <«. n mnlr Oft flnH lithrfttlirf* thmilfrhmit F.iimnn Tklr. Greek art and litbrature throughout Europe. This | ipw3«v« — r acquaintance with the best work of the Hellenic mind checked ndency of the Gothic school and induced the growth of a new -be Renaissance—based upon classic models. It had Its lncop- M Ita...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 March 1907

; THE BEST IS THE CHEAP- EST — NONE BETTER THAN OURS. PRINCE HENRY—One of the best Percheron stallions la the world. JIM PORTER—The noted Iron 1 gray Jack, raised by Harrison Davis at Howe. CROWN a—One of the best combination Hal sAallioas in the South and a very fine individ- ual. being a grandson of the famous Brown Hal and well known by hi* colts as a fine ;; producer. These fine animals will make the season at the usual stand. Ed Ford's stables, in West Den- < fson. at the very low price of $6.00 ofr the season. If you have not seen their colts It will pay you to do so before breed- ing. *. M. BRYANT. Ov*ner. ARCH MUSGROVE. Manager. It; y&> ;1 Denison Opera House Special Engagement! One Night Only. O FRIDAY, MARCH Q GORDON A BENNETTS HOLY CITY WITH LUELLA MOREY Aa SALOME, th« daughter of Herod. Direction LeCOMTE A FLESHER. A superb production of this beautiful story of the days of our Savior. The Empire Theatre 422 Main Street PROGRAM Monday, Tuesday arid Wednesday. P'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 March 1907

/ { ; Y« ; It may require more < > I I than on# Insertion of « > • J | want ad. But what of ... .. ■* • . ' ' property on Paw- „ for quick tale. Ap- ' OwW "treet. S- t cotiugi*. clone In. all cement. walk. barn. ' IMS n * part terms. \V._D. Col- bouxe op feet on te Forest the corner, : comer lot on Wont Mun- good well and barn, ti , street. $1500. oit\ water, 600 block. „, *1480. . iid? elty water. Ijarn, 1-Hiti, di. «t n bargain. , utility Mn<l 1,1 cultlva houK<\ barn, 3 wells. 100 yS' Real Kwtate. Insurance pjjubllo. !*>♦ N. Uu k. 2-tf Household Goods. w,lid bat felt mattresses, not to get lumpy, neith- shape " they don't give In thirty days' trial, brlitK nur dealer and. get your you buy. be «Uro to ask i felts. Madf only by Dent- Factory. We make h wn- niture Co. pays highest bland furniture, cash r phone 530; 430 Main. 3-tf ; ; you find a buyer7 ^ HELP WANTED Male. WKe?E MMfn l° Je*rn barber 'fade. Few tveel.s completes. Tools Riven wages faunudays; board prov...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 March 1907

Ww WwWi mm iPBL ■ yMmm' THE DENISON DAILY HXEALD, TUE8DAY, MARCH 8, ■KTaBM Wf&'l 9 w ?- mt MAn Ounce of Prevention la better than a pound of cure." It's much bet- ter to set * bottle of H anna's 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 rheum, blotches, bolls, etc. A dollar spend for a bottle will prove a good Investment. HANNA THE CAREFUL. DRUGGIST. I HOUSE! A - ■ A ' _ A C. A HOUSEHOLD HINTS MUFFINS AND BISCUITS. Mr*. Rorer'* Recipes for Making Them with Baking Powder or Yeast. For muffins and biscuits Mrs. Rorer gives the following recipes: "There is a decided difference be- tween the flavor and texture of a muf- fin inade from baking powder and one made from yeast. The yeast muffin la more palatable, but 1 am inclined to think that the baking powder muffin Is more easily dls* sted. There are so many things to be taken into consid- eration with...

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

■ ■■ ,rfJ ?• : V MATlONAt BANK. mvm- WPm WW M v. ,, • : .. t 'mwmS m mma MS 1JIUi^*111'1 ,IJJ '!. ■ " '■ 1 ■ : vv •' "■ ' - ■. v";■ ',•■■■" .. "" ;• &O0V, rsXAB- «.«&«. r; CMUar> PKpiii Cvyfi&fei ;.-ff-fs?f 'm .... . VOL. XVIIL WmB • -v : -v-v" r •■ ■ * „ ,, .. 11 = C. 8, COBB. J. J. M' President. Vice- It. 8. i.F.OATK. Cashier. P. J. BRKNNAN. , - 1 DENISON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1907. NO. 202. NATIONAL BANK OF DENISON. DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITA! $100,000 BUJtPUJtf and PttOKITS .... *90,000 Directors: J. J. McAlester, M. K<*K*n*tnirg«r, C. 8. Cobb, P. J. ISrennan, P.r 8. J.rgate, \V. 8. Illbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON OENERAIi DEPOSITS. W. B. Muneon, A. 8. Hurrows, J, B. McDougall C. C. .links. *Ptr cial : Showing -OF JJ* L "a y Uf University uf ite Goods MASS MEETING ... LEFT TO MAYOR 1 ex JOINT CHARTER COMMITTEES WILL REPORT TO THE BODIES ■ WHICH NAMED THEM. _J -and I il A^ (18!! Goods i WEEK _ WHITE GOODS r has already sounded that this la to bo another WHITE We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 March 1907

4 V THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 0. HEM* •; % . BiPt &■; JP ■1$ *..'• F' fc: Sft'-;' ps; 6§IS $ THE KIISON DAILY HERALD THE HJKKAJ-O Ftf BlJSHIXQ CO., PUBLISH KKS. omcf ot publication No. 105 'JTeet Wood- ard eir**t. Deolaon. Tex**. Entered JU th* Po t office %t DenUoa as second-class matter. Terms of ub crip;U)n—DaJ'y: One woeV * J® One month Ku month* (if paid in advance) . .. - o One/ year •'*' THE SEJI1-WFF.KLY HERALD. One jraar *1 00 TELEPHONIES NO. SL tempted and every emplojlnrg printer Jin the state should make it a point to attend the Waco meet In* If he can, there will be no question about his joining the association once he b« comes thoroughly familiar with Its aims and purposes. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6. li*>7. The grip is no respecter of persons. Some men cannot afford to be hon- # t with themselvea. Ac-ting on impulse Is apt to land a nan in a whole lot of trouble. The man who has an axe to grind 1t always a man to be watched. Speak a word for Denison. Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 March 1907

fflSiLv,, ... wBiWa^ MiaRwwl IF m IwK THE DENWON HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6 SHERMAN option violators have ,clTy «NCE REFIUNQ 'or THilK CASES. m >.r Y M. C. A. Convention at '* ' Number Will At- Recruiting Station |«veral Appllea* t)ofi —New Notes. . o, mold. No. Ill North nut to P<wUl Tele«r.ph Tex., March 6.—In the ^ this morning, Judge Has- t up the criminal docket of local option violation , vere called, and In several In i jt ns found that the party I kid left the city. These are s out of the refiling of the found to contain an error Teat back from the higher court, latated that several of the defend- i took the opportunity to hunt a before the complaints titfljed. j Y. M. C. A. CONVENTION. i «f Sherman Association Will Go la Large Numbers. , Tex., March 6.—Th6 mem- Cd the Sherman Young Men's Association are taking a t deal of interest In the forthcom- ! at Dallas. The Btate con- will convene In that city on liutaat, and will be-in session IttelTth, inclusive. i Btejnnan A...

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

Fl.': m BP , mMsi draft ppl WOE PKNISOW DAILY ttttALP, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6. Bilwiw II WILL TUP MUCH TIMBER KATY'B PROPOSED WA8C0M LINE IS ASSURED OF BIG TONNAGE FOR YEARS TO COME. II: ■; Men in That Department of the Katy Want More Wages. Tberc 1h a strong sentiment among bridgemen employed on the Missouri, Ksdmh and Texas to organize, and a movement to that end has been started. The bridgemen who are advocating organization #ay that the wages of or* ganiiced men have txen advanced from time to tltno to kefep uii with the In- creased cost of living, while they .are get ting the satne wages as ten years ago. The wages paid ten years ago • j wer0 fair, they say, but are rather If the Missouri, kan^a and Texa* scwU for the preaeat constructs the proposed line south j Another fact that the brldgemen from Wiu oom, Texas, to a connection ] look at is that of protection., They with the Trinity division-It will have'state that official# of the bridge and BRIOGEMEN MAY ORGANIZE Katy Employes ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 March 1907

• , '%,.y>: |.ji . 5" ■ •., •,' t ' /. A , Md f«vr m,n d®*"9 r you found thr®* at a c0,t ' tltlons. | = 1 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6. •••IIIMMHIimiMMif PERSONAL MENTION. Is Here.. LOCAL NEWS NOTES ln work for yoo at a coat of ||2 could do the same work and do It you wouldn't hesitate long between 1 tLT <rf you «« drinking 40cent coffee. Now there', only one I .mZft* that's hotter than Wapco and ttwt'a White Swan. Other- I *** ^T.nt coffM 10 euporlor to Wapco—lfa better than aome of I YOUR WAPC0 for 30 conta. ir Grocer Go. ! i to Italy OCCHIO—Italian Renaissance . of the most fruitful .effects of the Crusades was the awnken- t in Greek art and literature throughout Europe. This itauce with the b«st work of the Hellenic mlud checked j of the Gothic achooLand induced the growth of a new Renaissance—baaed upon classic models. It had its Incep- ; and many of Its noblest works aro to be found in that Among Its triumphs In sculpture is the tomb of Giovanni da Medici, by Veroccbio, in the Chu...

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

; r-t wrwi irn r ,, ".'■ " ^ ■■ -■• ■■*. ' : . ■Kgl&ro 9mm THE DEW180N PAlLf HEBALD, WEDNESDAY, BURGH 0, Fine Stock ^Vv ': %:K.' y: . ;' ,: •. ••; •:' THE BEST It THE CHEAP- EST — NONE BETTER THAN OURS. PRINCE HENRY—One of the best Percheron stallion* In the world. JIM PORTER—The noted iron pray Jack, raised by li*rri on Davis at Howe. CROWN 8—One of the best combination Hal stallion* in the South aud a very fine individ- ual, -xlng a grandson of the famous Brown Hal and well known by his colts as a fine producer. THtwe fine animals will make the season at the usual stand. Ed Ford's stables, in West Den isnn, at the very low price of ♦6.00 ofr the season. If you have sot seen their colts It will pay you to do so before breed- ing. C. M. BRYANT. Owner. ARCH MUSGROVE. Manager. DT@!L® T© IBRSR© • ♦ ♦ # ♦*■♦■§■•*♦ ♦♦ I ♦ It means a good <k?al to you— ^ \ * the saving yon make by getting ^ j ;; A Good Watch * < ► AT I C. J. O'Maley's |j 120 MAIN STREET. || Denison Opera House ■...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 March 1907

mm'mww&wwM; * • "' ' ' •• ■ '/■ * ..w, < «H ( I ISSkQbh^I Y HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 0. M> | ThsrVII b* new problem $ wii*' u y your attention to- Jf you put today's \ J & ■S'M <MSP.5TT WANTED ONCE—Three k«>o, wiiltcrs at 4H W<*t Main tr«ot. wages <or good service, ♦to 150 ! comet lot on tfest Mun- ^ well and barn. 8 mK'Uc7y' S, 600 wook. .J^e.Vu.fwHter. ham, 4 tots. litr au'ta cyiuiva- DVrown House, barn, - wollfc 100 nv' Real BstlMe, Insurance ^ftXlOtN.Ru.k. f-tf ^Tgolld bat felt mattresses. JozstWfeag: . wien fc_ JLn you buy. In) euro to aak SfcJKsff Mude only by Dani- flESSIVaotory. We make awn- OAK No as new. Test W0 8 cook stove, '111 aell cheap, street. (-St 'afsfiss;' e, dining ta- larap. 401 •-4t r u4 second-hand furniture fcought, i ind e chanKP<1. Upholstering, re- L ft,-, p. K. Thompson, 118-120 rth Runk avenue, 6-tf Uvttfock. cows at once for cash, oodard street. l-10t ^Poultry v - ±^L White Leghorn egga Iteasor Dairy, new 25-lmo ■m HELP WAN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 March 1907

■i# vjjptw t;k 1 ['xfWW THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD, WEDWE8DAT, MARCH 6. The Advantage of getting 'promptly whatever you may want from -the drug store la too great to be overlooked. Our com- plete stock of all kin us of medicines and sun- dries, Including most anything y«u may have need of in this line. Is an advantage to our customers that they seem to appreciate. Courteous attention to all. Your business Is solicited. HANNA THE CAREFUL DRUGGIST. Denison Postmaster Jr. MUSS MEETING LEFT TO MAYOR (Continued from I'u«« 1.) KRYPTOCKS | Peeled Apricots Rartlrt! Peas Sliced Peaches ! C2s8s Boom and White Swan —te the alwre goods, nothing J hte.. Spocfal deals in one doz- ! < Let ua tell you about ' IKNAUR-BROWN1 Grocery Co. |; Davy Crockett once aaid, "Be sure you'ro right, then go ahead." We have the right quality, we have the right price and we are ready to go ahead and fill all orders for first class coal, stove wood or heater chunks. Say "199" to central. C. W. Carver H | Office jus...

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

V.'/; ' • . r SHiM s W®r^;W¥"' 'W^Wm'WM W~\ '•■■■■ ' ■"''''■'' /.V'1 Z^ff w-!•:.;: OTSltefflsS 1 * ii .—— ... . vu * MW.m ss#$s == Jl & TU« ubT**y0tt re* \3niver kty 01 vol. xvm denison, texas* thursday, march 7, 1907. no. 203. C. 8. COBB. J. J, M'ALBHTER. President. Vica-Frasldont. H. 8 i.E(iATB, Cashier. P. J. BUK^NAN, Atuilstant CuU«. NATIONAL'BANK Or DENISON. DENISON, TEXAS. CAPITAL SURPLUS and PROFITS' . Director*: W-VhwEST* % MS?™** C. C. Jinks. W. 16. lllbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS. m W . SL.yj ' ■ . $100,000 GENERAL M A D 0 E N S EXCITING DAY IN WALL STREET ENORMOUS BUYING OF READING STOCK 8TART8 LARGE CROP OF RUMORS. after control Trading In Reading Reached the Larger Total of 736,500 Shares and the Stock Rose Eight Point* In Less Than Thirty Min* u"tss' Tim*. I*!?- mm u Are Cordially ted to Attend irst Showing m&- ■' wm wmmm lay, March 9th w E • ' V ?' DDE N'O ONE PRICE-CASH THE PLACE TO BUY SHOES S * DENISON, TEXAS. *> -YOU have t*1* k*t and It Id be i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 7 March 1907

. 13 THE OENISON DAILY HERALD •tit* HERATJO PT>mJ*HINQ CO., ^ PCBUSH£R8. ft* Office of publication No. IN Weat Wood ^ , ard Street, Deniaoo. Tei** Entered u the PoStofftce at Denlaon u Second.cues matt | Tern* of aufcecrtptlon—:Dally One week .IS Otie mouth .... .. -*• hi* month* (If paid tn advance) .... JM One year TH15 KEM!-V\TKKl.T HEIUl-D. One year ............. * TEI.EPHOXEB NO. 51. THE OENISON DAILY Hg&ALD, THURSDAY, MABCH 7 I THURSDAY, MARCH 7. 1907. Now for THE NEW CHARTER. Insist on Dr. PRICE'S Cream Baking Powder A PURE, CREAM OF TARTAR POWDER- MADE FROM GRAPES , M*-'/ , m liV v m The Herald feels that the charter committee la to be congratulated on the, results of Ua labor.-. It Is also to be congiululated oft the (act that It went at tbe matter in a calm, judicial maimer and conaidored each and every proposition on it* merit* and with a vlrfw of adopting what seemed best for all interests. The Herald baa not had an opportunity of going over carefully the charter ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 7 March 1907

s®> SfSP m wm m lis THE DXNIBOK DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY. MARCH 7 r' w r? /'> *. kSSMUfa IHRM; > maccabees' degree carried off the DONORS AT DALLAS. JOE SPLIT LOG DRAG tr"> t I,, the Vicinity of 8horman ! the Road*—Liat of Im- ; NOW In courw of in County Sjfe lion lews Notta. KM \Herald. No. 121 Nortli JTto l'ostal Telegraph ' Sherman new recolv- Mattera pertaining ion given careful at- No. 77; old phone ftii ' ' * ch 7.—At the tri- of the Knights and abees of Texas, in Dallas, the degree Tent No. 56, took the beat drill put 8eaalon. Waco has oed«l for fou* years, and the Maccabees met of contesting for the of the Waco team as Waco had held consecutive years, the undisputed cham- Jk the BUto, he thought it laeefand proper for his team Sm the floor first, give the .first ftf the drill and let somo other i jtf* the next half. No objec- « were offered to this suggestion, ffte W co team did a splendid Job tmt part of the drill. Tho ia team then went on the floor, f Frederick t...

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

■ "' '■■ ■■ ■* KJfe [ '■i- •>■ ■ > ' ,:>.</.■ !*■;; "•• "v' : > Facte Worth Knowing ' ' a* everyone with * family of *■ children is interested in know- Si; where to buy a shoe thai wean well, I am pleased to aay to you that It can be had at my tftore. The name la Buster Brown Blue Ribbon shoe. Peo- ple are constantly expressing their appreciation of the aboe and recommending H to their friends. Now I will say this Is not wind, but truth, as it comes to me. Prices mace according to size from SI 25 u> $2 50 L. B. Eastham :: CASH SHOE STORE. 307 Mala St. I. IP TBS SSMBOIT DAILY HERALD, THUMiPAY, MAEOH 7. UP AGAINST THE NEW PASS LAW TROUBLE IS OVER ISSUANCE OF TRANSPORTATION TO PROS- PECTIVE EMPLOYES. KATY TO ASK FOR RULING m\ Pi: sji m Iw 1 I « I ' u w r fflm WlilimiMIIMMMIMM] ! l> M. M. Pierce. C. W. Smith. < •With the coming of the Balmy Spring Days; there is a burning desire for a trip to the (wood*. which sug- gests bottled goods. Now we < claim to have a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 7 March 1907

HRraPK*wlHM mmM wMfm THE DENISON D a #• iBto'S*#. 9 LOCAL W*®#' ■ jStAwm MM THURSDAY, certain work for you at at coot of 12 -u had four m La*ou fownd m#n who cou,d do th* ,am® work do It ; wouldn't hesitate long between J ■ ina. of you are drinking 40-cent coffee. Now there's only ono litlona. cum of y°u dWMLJi IWiBWWWiBIWilWWWWi rffee thar# better than Vfapce end that's White Swan, other- J iLent coftee la euperlor to Wapoo—it' better than aome of i your A"**1" WAPCO for 30 eenta. - ' ■> jIMiLuJiL Grocer Go. Li I 1 I .BB ' i K. !■ I —Empire htful upheaval of French society and government at the "reign of Louie XVI seemingly Influenced but little the art "of the time. They set strongly toward classical models; son's adoption of Roman pomp and magnificencc hastened ation of a movement already well Indicated. It Is interest- i that Napoleon's African campaign is recorded in the art of sphinxes, lotus-flowers and other Egyptian emblems occur- itly in Empire decoration. Like all imit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 7 March 1907

■y$ fVs :, y% : m 1 THE DENISON DAILY HBRALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 7. U m«uu ft good deal to you— 3 the saving you make by getting | A Good Watch ;• C. J. O'Maley's 120 MAIN STREET. i; Leather Goods < Harness, saddles, etc., at the I ' right price. + . , REPAIRS. < ' U there's anything special < > you want made see me about It. i| C. E. Fritsch ! ! The New Store. ■ I 206 Main Street ♦ 'M Denison Opera House Special Engagement! One Night Only. Q FRIDAY, MARCH O GORDON & BENNETT'S HOLY CITY -WITH- LUELLA MOREY Aa SALOME, the daughter of Herod. Direction— LaCOMTE & FLESHER. A auperb production of this beautiful story of the days of our Savior. OPERA HOUSE Wednesday, March 13 THC ONLY ONE PECK'S Young Men! Tied Down? Why Not Accept the Generous Offer of tha United States Government* The Navy has gradually extended its training system, until now schools are malntalued for practically every branch of the service. It has fur re- cruits the electrical scblpols. where men of g...

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

SUM.. 'H v flP;' WrJIw#, ., Jpapp^!^ Wi mmm yV /■ , ;™>'', ■! m" Kf '# i® '. 1$ . u „..., TBffiDI- * herald, thursday, march 7. —. ~w~WWA~-v <at BariH , oott its, 2M°fcet ort" corner, > cprn«r lot on Vf$0t. Mun- j/good well and bum, « "*5$ w£!k 800 block, ' fti'water. burn, 4 H bargain. ' land all In «ol barn, 2 wi j' Heal Estate. Insurance Llic? 108 N. Huak. 2-tf Id Good* ■ ... if ****** bat felt lTt" ity days' tiler and buy, Made Wo WnefM0- pnone ww ■ ■ ■ AK No. Btove, I and wood «tove, dining tal arid largo lamp. 40 6-4i —r- nd furniture, bought I. Upholstering, re- . Thompson, 118-120 e. #-tf ■■ ■ ■ i at onco lor cash struct. I-lOl I «t. W. 13-lrno Tf tho World, ive never been fi? lOt direct 1 prleet; «2-paice m.«n «~v gdjta llAI*-CfOOd oabham tomntoea and ^^kniii. E. Parley, 3S0 West itniet. S-3t ««• only WI B OR good piano. 3m too ltte. 1 very before 4 Main ft-tr & Co., C 7K0. ; atovtM 1 on hand. . Proprietor. *• Ml doin« business at tho same -rSSL ,V« "T ,''hunk"...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 7 March 1907

i $*W": THE DEWI80N DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 7. The Advantage of getting promptly whatever you may want frDta "'the drug store Ia too great to be overlooked. Our com- plete stOck of all kinds of medicines and sun- dries. including most anything you may have need of in this line, is an advantage to our customers that they seem to appreciate. Courteous attention to all. Your business Is solicited. HANNA THE CAREFUL DRUGGIST. Denison Postmaster Jr. ,^'k KRYPTOCKS THE SUNSHINEjVAMELISTS THE HtNDRICK-CARTER REVIVAL MEETINGS ARE SUCCESSFUL. First Presbyterian Church Crowded to the Doors Last Night—Results Are Already Visible. HMifS S lrc £;- • Fresh English Peas Fresh Pie Plant i I You will always find all the ! fresh new vegetables at our [ store first Plenty of nice strawberries. Wo make a specialty of fresh \ vegetables, and If It Is to bo J i i - .< • found anywhere you will get It < | here. KNAUR-BROWN1 Grocery Co. PIPES Most complete stock of briar and Meerschaum pipes in...

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