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

§ i I •;> sr, Tt-XAS. A. r. Flattar. Bt Vlce-Prtxrtdent. Cashier- • t. r. Foley, CMblera. 100,000 v.. I ipi&tev r. RE1P9 Bp.'' " •% t •< vol. xvin. ■ I "" '■thw' = ———— _ DENIBON, 'lie Library of tho University of Tex A D D E N S i GOOD PROGRESS IS DEING MADE FIRE DEPARTMENT CAME IN FOR v. CONSIDERABLE DISCUSSION " LAST NIG^T. ANENT PREDATORY CHICKENS City Attorney Smith Brought the Sub- ject Up, But Chairman Lindsay Forgot to Bring the Ordinance With Him—Other Matters Considered. ..... I 'if' ' Is# J- ' • fc.y ■ ■ Are Cordially >~H ' .; -: Mi vited to Attend Kfa' -V ■KV 7 MJ& ■ ' My • ' \ ||& • 1 •v • . ' 1 fe < % ■y.f . I . '' -f' our First Sho ■ y of V1 ■ -„v^, ^ ~.W,, V ffiJkrftiz pring Milllinery JR? •I* Hfefe ■ :day, March 9th |V ' H&fli fi- fe ix" s' m:c ' : V mm lADDEN'S I 0ME PRICE—CASH THE PLACE TO BUY SHOES :' #A \ DENISON, TEXAS. 'HONOfl GIRL MARTYR. ■ Jail for Teaching Col- Girls to Write. rConn., March 8.—After *e*r|y seventy-five years town...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 8 March 1907

/V'if: .v uv MM , THE DENISON HERALD, FRIDAY, MABOH 8. Ifcr EK K I & ;.*• (t*-" tfi-- THE DENISON DULY HERALD THE UERAT.D Pt'BU8HlNO CO.. PC KUSIiCRB. • Office at pubUcttlon No. Nt <V*sl Wocd- ard Street. Deniaon, Tessa Entered at the IVmtofXic* *t Denison aa second-class natter. Terms at rjbacrlption—Dally: One week. ....I .11 One month 81* month® Uf paid In advance) .... J.jju une year a-00 THE 8KMI-WEKKL.Tr HERALD. One year - $1 W TKl.EPHO.VES NO. II. FRIDAY, MARCH 8. 1907 The eiagjrerated ego is the ruin of many an otherwise good man. What has become of that movement to Improve Woodard Street? Death continues to have a hand in the Thaw trial. That can hardly prove of much comfort to the accused. it you want to help make Denison a better town to do business in Join the Board ol Trade and become a help- er right. There to every probability that Den- ison will soon have a first class city directory. It is something this city needs very badly. The man who can figure out what ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 8 March 1907

!£J$ OT ~ ' DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 8. afjv-Ai ION ,pany changed today, IR" mmUi,yn? '""t eveoing at 8 o'clock, ^ * 7 ® Ashinhurst of Cannon, was united in marriage to Miss Wlllia Mod- rlfion, a well known and pretty young of that place, and a slater of W«8t. Rev/ Dunne, pastor of Christian Church of Van Alstyne, elated. After the ceremony ttie friends and relatives of the bridal party were Invited to a sumptuous wedding supper, and a pleasant social hour was spent. SI HfilSlI L& LOG ■IBP Work Hi" Dra° on Crockttt Street Tomorrow ration pf the Bueinew Interesting ; Railroads. life', . ,• ' olejfruph sws receiv- on. Matters pertaining ilatlon given careful at- No. 77; old phone •' The bride Is quite well known In Sherman, being a sister of Mrs. J. w Blasslngame and Mrs. J. H. Davis of this city, both of whom were present at the wedding. The groom is a successful young physician, who has lived In Grayson County a number of years and built up a splendid practice in the Cannon c...

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

fJfiP TH* DEHIBOir DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, AUKOH 8. ' ■1L ESP By.;"'- W&;t ift; STRIKE VOTE I0JE TAKEN KATY TRAINMEN AND CONDUC- TORS RATIFY ACTION OF CHICAGO CONFERENCE. IMPORTANT MEETING SUNDAY General Chairman Whitney of the O. R. C. Will Meet with Local Lodge. J. W. Walton, Katy Superin- tendent at Parsons, Re- signs—Other Newv I ftp W At a meeting o 1 the general com |> XQittora of the Order of Railway Con-!£ id actors and the Brotherhood of Rail- J* way Trainmen, ou the Katy. hi?l<l In,® Parsohs, Kan, yesterday, the action v of the committee in the Chicago coti ferenoewitb the General Managers' jg 'AMOfiatioa was ratified, which means ,:s> in effect that a strike vote i.« to he j g taken on the Missouri, Kansas and £ Texas by the conductors and trainmen. jg The vole to on whether or not the last fifer of the managers Is to be accept- ed, which was aa increase ol 7 per cent for passenger and 10 per cent for freight men. Contrary to the general impression, the Manager...

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

I J,;. sy f "i- Jf -w'" * ■A ,V THBD1 Bp SwEl if ■ llm« ), FRIDAY, MARCH 8. thB HP r nuri. vlin escapes Into the' air atu* you drink right wey and that la the easy way must have good coffee jo begin with, COFFEE BJSS . hipndcA and rouHeA by an expert; it is the same blend that is A!r«nme Of the beat hotels In America, and in the North and 1** :!5 cmta per pound in wholesale quantities. Wo'saori 1portion of our profits on this splendid blend that you may may ] A POUND Grocer Go. j - . ■' 1 OP SPECIALTIES SATURDAY AND MONDAY AT THE E FRONT RACKET STORE 220 Main Street " < ier lot of marbles arrived yesterday, and notions of all \ Special sale on decorated dishes and fancy china Sat- t only. Watch us. We cut the price. Yours Mi- DAVIS & KOTC -Texas V'*J LOCAL NEWS NOTES U TONIGHT'S EVENTS. Luelly Morey in "The Holy City," op- era house. Choir Practice, First Baptist Church. Choir Practice, First Christian Church. Deulson Tent No. 42, K. O. T. M. reg- ular meeting, B. of L. F. Ha...

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

trade with THE DKNISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, Alex Campbell 890 West Chestnut Street., and you win be pleated. Staple and fancy groceries, country pro- ^ | dace, etc. ,T Your patronage will be appre- ciated. i : : Leather Goods Harness, saddles, etc., at the right price. REPAIRS. If there's anything special you want made see me about it. I C. E. Fritsch The New Store: 206 Main Street. BABVS FACE ill TERRIBLE STATE Awful Humor Was Eating Away Face and Ears—Body Mass of Sores —Three Doctors Tried to Help Littte Sufferer But She Grew Worse—After Spending Many Dollars On Doctors and Medicine CUTICURA CURES IN TWO WEEKS AT COST OF 75c. "I fet t it my duty to parent* of other poor suffering lmbk* to tell you ■what Cuticura ha don - for my little daughter. 8he broke out all over her body with a liunx>r. and we u/w-tl everything reeom- mendfi, but without results. 1 called la three doctors, their ail claimed they culd help her. but she continued to grow worse. Her body wan a nuw of sorra,...

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

* ippjsggl prf. , i< ' :•'■■■■"• -■ V '' ' THE D] ■ Ml j&illl HERALD, FRIDAY, MABOH 8. _ - _ 1 ■ ■ •:,¥ ,,-fi H 10* M UU &, < 'wwwwvv1 WANTEt •HELP WANTED ♦mwwH > Thert'll be ■ new problem " %: ^ • to occupy your attention to- <, !* ► morrow—If .you put today's v' ^ ' ' into a want ad. Mate Kew D— Men to learn barber trade. . co"'P|<?<?h. Tools Riven. urdtti'H- board provided. Po- Chi? h..,^wr""ti;etl' ToP wiikoh paid, ii rilViJ ,irl{,efrn expenses before com- frt£« M Vr „ for ll'uetrated cata- Toaai r Barbl'r College, Dallas. iu e oppoelte £c*eat feet °" thC W>rnW' | cqpier lot on West Munr jf'good well and barn, 6 I street ftn Klnok jl" " IJn«u. in<JUl ;-«-ity water, ®0<* .block, depot. Chrnlea Vnndolali. Female ID—W'tilte woman for ordinary t botiBe work Ueasoimble pay, oa hoiwi if satisfactory. Address R. •Agent,, \ ait A 1styno. Tex. 4-ftt !• "y5#waterv barn, 4 lota. "* a bargain. : • WANTED—A woman cook for bridge car on FViBQO Railroad. Inqu...

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

HEADACHES CURED REQUEST HAS BEEN GRANTED DEMONSTRATION FARMS ESTABLISHED AT ONCE. BE mm, I m - f h.. ■' Jt in ft few minutes bjr our 5-MINUTE HEADACHE CURE. Cures tick and nervous headache and neural- *1*. Also sudden cold •With fever. Per pack- age 10* HANNA THE CAREFUL DRUGGIST. Denison Postmaster Jr. L. Quicksall, Corn and Cotton Ex- pert, Will Select Farms for the Work Next Week. Denison l.-s to have more government assistance. Secretary T. VV. Larkin of the Board of Trade recently applied for the establishment of one or mtfrd demonstration farms for the growing of the very best, varieties of corn and cotton under the most Improved cul- tural conditions, under the direction of government experts. A letter received from i>r. 8. A. Knapp, the eminent government expert on corn and cot- ton culture advises that the request has been granted arid that J. L. Quick- hall, the expert, who was here recent- ly ,haa been authorized to purchase the necessary seeds for the first year and h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

DENISON, NATIONAL BANK, , tieXAfl. A. F. Flatter Vice-President Cashier. t. r, roi«r Cashiers. I1W.0W Promts t • ♦ l•#.<>•• or«: EUhu B. Hlnsbaw, ; V. N. «? *,._ . O. t- Blackford, 9, |i. Tobin. A. W. Ache-on xnnriiMkilijMM vol. xvm. H A Wffi' Mil «* •&■ = v. * ■ ; vsv x \ mm? TWELVE PAGES \ saturday. march 9. 1907. C. B. COnn. J. J. MALH8TKR. President. Vice-President. K. S. i.F.OATK, Caahler. P. J. BRENNAN, Assistant Cashier. NATIONAL BANK Of OHNISON. DENISON. T1JXAS. CAPITA!. 3100,000 SURPLUS and PROFITS . , . , 190,000 Directors: J. J. McAlcHtei, h. Reeonsburxet, W. B. Munson, C. S. Cobb, A. S. Burrows, p. j. urennan, R. 8. Legate, W. S. Hlbbard. no. 205. J, B. McDoHgall, C. C. Jinks. NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAIj DEPOSITS. JOHN ALEXANDER DOWIE IS DEAD END CAME THIS MORNING AT 7:40 O'CLOCK AT SHILOH HOUSE IN ZION CITY. HOMELESS CHILDREN. WAS PRECEDED DY DELIRIUM rw?- , , " "*{' *" wWr-*< *W/n'- '-^T; : 'yrt■?*; ' You Are Cordially . W-*- •' vited to Attend Bp>. 1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

« n. THE PEM80W DAILY HEKJOD, SATURDAY, MARCH 9. '■iM- THE BEMSn IUILY HERALD SI Tins HKKAX.D PVEnJSHIXO CO., PUBLISHERS. Office of publication N M ".Vest Wood- aril Street. Dootson. Tnu Entered n the I'o*urfru-e <u Denison as second-class nuttier. Term* of subscription—Dally: One week One month 81k months <lf paid In advance) One year . M . .t'O . 2 60 . t.M THE BSMl-WEEiCUr HERALD. O ne jeer WO© TELEPHONES NO. 21. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 19u7. A NOTE OF HOPE. The Herald is pleased to give space to an editorial from the Manufactur- ers' Record bearing on the railroad sit- uation. The expression is so emi- nently fair from every standpoint and cover* the situation so clr-miy and so fully that It can but appeal to every thoughtful man. The editorial appear- ed under the above heading and is as (ollorrs: From the midst of rather gloomy ut- terances from official sources about the outlook for railroads in the country rises a clear note of hope in the an- Kounwment reported from Philad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

.; „kAtM JR.SV;^ ;^v' .:';'' v Ml Ok*# Spi"^ liS ,: .•fig^raS P .WISOTi ■wron J?.•;■. R|Hg .«' • "' ^^KEm THE DENIflON DAILY - HR8. ANNIE MAHANEY KR attracting TENTION. ConU t to Be Hold at Aub- Ton iQht—Sherman J^ns P t«n on M.II Pflivcry D«vlc«—Getting gMdy 'or Tiichon. 0( Herald, No. 121 North °next to postal Telegraph ^fSflHierman news recelv- Ltum. Matters pertaining r^culatlon given careful at- phone, No. 77; old phone Tex.7M«rch 9.—Mrs. An- r, who I* 01 trlal at C,e" [tbe'cb&rge of murdering her ji a former resident of this [taring l>ere only about B,x Uo. She and her husband at No. 558 South Mont- l&Wt, and later moved to I on the same street Her hus- I to be a Baptist minister, > Uta Residence In Sherman to a Autual life Insurance He was-considered a, very and seemed successful In Although It was known I couple did not get along « great deal of surprise has .txpreieed at the turn affairs [tlktt with' the family since leav- Iktnun. The couple are said to iHftre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

iaHl *'t / ■ ' ' >;/ ' ' ^ the pginaoy daily IATUBPAY, MABCH 9. iSK FJ, •< . §t3i;.' P,.:. ... HfcJiT ■ IBv + w WMW M>XH > :; Best Soles on Earth :. < > The beat aolea on earth are the ! ! soli's of the feet. l ng wcarln# does uot cause them lo grow i bin and (all to bold stitches. Next to the soles of the feet should he placed Star 6 Star sole lest her shoes, the next longest wiring soles made and will make your soul glad you discov- ered the fact. Prices moderate for all makes, . , 82 50 to «4 00 ;; L. B. Eastham i CASH SHOE STORE. 307 Main St PREVENT HEADACHE. Foroe them? No—aids them. RamOn'a treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthens the liver and digestive organ* so that they do their own workand forti- fies your constitution against future trouble. Entire treatment 25 ccnts— Sea & Mot. ENGINE PLUNGED OFFjOFMGE KATY FREIGHT TRAIN CRASHES INTO A NUMBER OF CARS NEAR LORENA, TEX. TWO KILLED, ONE INJURED Engineer H. Hugttes and Brakeman A. G. Durf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

Vt ' .. ■ ", .";■ . . • 1 • <v HRB^W >' •■'■ ,i W* " •' $$!■*- THE DEM1S0N If irald, saturday, march 9. ■ >?$ " rv->* ,■? ■ %> T BOIL COFFEE " a the delicious aroma escapes Into the air and you drink B bitter part. There is a right way and that Is the easy way ill m lood coffee, but you must have good coffee to begin with. ^ WAPCO COFFEE • ■ t - A. II I .. J . .Mended and roasted by an expert; It Is the samp blend that 1b .k; some of the best hotels in America, and In the North and J<«lis for 35 cents per pound In wholesale quantities. We sacrl- W*® portion of our profit* on this splendid blend that you may is* * for 30 CENTS A POUND. ft';' ' • Ljllie Waples-Platter Grocer Co. i LOCAL NEWS NOTES ' JEROME—Empire ■s-■ Thft frightful upheaval of French society and government at the of the reign of Louis £VI seemingly influenced but 11! tie the art of the time. They set strongly toward classical models; Naooleon'B adoption of Roman pomp and magnificence hastened Culmin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

. >. 55>; v $9U ., __ "' HgMpp THE DENISON DAILY HE&ALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 9. , ■■m. v,. ■■ :ii Merit Tells ♦ 153 BOTTLES OF ROBERTS TASTELESS CHILL TONIC <W ! 138 BOXES ROBERT'S HERB TEA IN DOUBT AS TO PRIMARIES NEW STATE CONVENTION UN- ABLE TO DECIDE ON EX- TENT OF POWER. PROVISION FOR PROHIBITION SOLD SINCE JAN. 1ST. Z j < > mn>i>ni>nii> m> Only a Majority of Votes Cast on That Subject Is Necessary—Expense* of Convention Up to Date $55,- 647.70—Carload of Light Beer Destroyed. NO CURE SO SURE CURE NO PAY POISON ACIDS ! ► . ♦ ; Leather Goods f < > Harnett*, caddie*, etc.. at the ♦ J \ rif ht pi-ice. • REPAIRS If therea a*ytfcin* sperial i , yxn want made ae* about it includes hall rent, lights, fuel, desks, (hairs, furniture and all matters pur- chased or contracted for In arrang ins for the convention prior to Us meeting In November, as well as what the convention, Independent of the dis- bursing officer, has spent. Just what proportion of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

■ j|pf||■JSTt Bf:v >:>" Kl PS'PP 'V ''■' /.tt • 'tf£> THE DEHI80N D SATURDAY, MARCH 9. % -.'' mlraiB \A-' ^ « im>mimnMi<i<t<iit iwiiin>i ^itw i<i>i>i>i niiniiH| j mhh^E mflSBHm ■ •-r' 1, .—., u at# 'mTSX' Ml 'weat Oawdy I next door east. #,-« Tcottage. eloae In. * Tr^cimeni walk, barn, a to J3.500. SpjwW Wffl}* u, part term". W. D- Col- 8-3t „„ hot*' opposite Forest KDxlSO foet on U # comer, comer lot on West ho"# good well and barn. « «STy ffi?* 600 block. '•0,,iyJwater, barn, 4 lots, ,M„ 'Ht a bargain. - wnrty land all in eultlva- housc. barn, 3 wells, 100 Real Kstate, Insurance public. 108 N. Rusk. 2-tt huae, dty water, barn, Tjot on Chestnut street. ball, city water on Main . ta£2i Uelit®. bath, gas; earner ' igrtWd street, 11.700. > house, barn, elty water, cor- ii Day street. $1,500. , lwuie, ood barn, c ty water, street *1.500, one-third cash, houw.' bath, city water, barn ■mo^six lo,!< °n Main, *1,200. , bonne, six lots on Texas at a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

Hi mm • .-'it* ' * 1; -JlSf1'-' HEADACHES CURED In a lew minutes br our 5-MINUTE HEADACHE CURE. Cures sick and nervous headache and neural- gia. Also sudden cold with fever. Per pack- age 10* HANNA THE CAREFUL DRUGGIST. Denison Postmaster Jr. J J® KRYPTOCKS m Fresh English Peas Fresh Pie Plant i i, / J You will always find all the fresh new vegetables at our ■tore first , Plenty of nice strawberries. We make a specialty of fresh vegetables, and If It Is to be found anywhere you will get It i,. t i%..*i V* itfl I (NAUR-BROWN! Grocery Co. For prompt and cour- teous messenger serv- ice try the American District Telegraph Company. Our charges on errands have been reduced to 10 cents Inside of city limits. Office with Western TJnion Telegraph Company. 212 West Main street. Both phones No. 4. (All notions for tbla column rau* b« in th« H -ralU otflrt uy « p in. on I riday ot each w«ek to Injur® publication-) —o— Methodist Trinity, M. K. Church. South, Mun- son street and Travis avenue, Re...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

*7,;' aMOS! ■If /« -i Week in Society *WY THE D ,v.-- '■ ■ S , ' iiiiaSHI - ■;' ' J, *' ' ■ , ; -"■'■• ' '.VV- , * .1 : - -■ ' ,. 'v> >£ UUt *, -. ,. • - 4#v< iii • ■ • :■ ►, SATURDAY, MARCH 9. , to send In Events. or telephone pSw ",SS,r SSK ( jflSSety reporter", home. ^JJtanur. jj/am right handily „.'on the other hand, ^rith anything no wee, ' >|r«t swung from limb ui*'When Father Sol grows 'Ww* unstrained, he calleh j.ffloctrlc OUro. txneath which he doth Itise whatever case he can, pool and shoo the files dynamic fan, [.'«• set tiU Idle fancy roams, of some maiden« , World's Cent Letters he do [* (ortlprm quarto tomes. ■ tar and single l9*f of bread, Omar one-time fed, Yh«*the veil. Omar today tow a better appetite—and Egs: •« for that item "Thou" ' - l for, sitting 'neath the In these days 'tis the If f sail ?* synonym for "thou«lnds■ Bancs, in Harper's, teuon In Denlson has j wiet throughout the winter, i *)th so many keeping Lent agent question Is distress- , who ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

THIS DKKX80N DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MAECH S IMPUi V-'iM! '-K 1 r'* v ^ ' ' \ "" ' I " m OPERA HOUSE PECULIAR INSURANCE RISKS Wednesday, March 13 THE ONLY ONE PECK'S BAD BOY Dramatized by special and sole per- mli*Ion of ex-Governor Geo. W. Peck of Wisconsin from his world-famous book of that name. A 21-Year Triumph. Father of One Hundred Million Laughs Bigger, Brighter, Better Than Ever Why waste time and money on imita- tions? SEE THE GREAT ORIGNAL. Prices, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c. The Empire Theatre 422 Main Street PROGRAM Thursday, Friday and Saturday. A Trip to Yellowstone Park, U. 8. A. The Adventures of Raffles, the Ama- teur Cracksman. Illustrated songs: ' And a Little Child Shall Lead Them" and "Where the Morning Glories Twine Around Your Woor." School Children s Matinee Wednesday and Saturday. 4 p. m. Admission 5c. 3—SHOWS DAILY—3 4:00, 7:30 and 8:30 p. m. Jim B. Wilson, Prop. Admission 10 cents. # A POOR ORGAN. • nam(s) the bile, ^That's what jrour liver dots if it's torpid. The...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

Catarrh ritarrHal Hcadachcs J&KL-si ^tSSfcta."* ooldn, throat' ut— j fever. "•* feS^fe" cbcmicalf or d ,*??• " L Guarantee Satisfaction. • I Sro«don, of the National Sign Co., T* OtSo, writes under date of Oct. E^ss&sss * « _« T am flwftl'i mice x wnirm;ieu I iTJh dixveanr ago. Money would not I tute of Noskna. if I could not get -y Buy Noskna from 8m a no*. vonr money back if not aatiafied. tut* and booklet by mail 10 eta. - beow.v Manufacturing Co./ jt Louis, Mo. and Greenevillc, Tenn. dollar package FREE SK larao' dollar-slxo j2gS «c of Man Medicine—free on ^illlcltW has cored thousand* up- inil of weak' men. Man Medi- care you; restore you to full Hmo cures vital weakness. •Baft" parly decay, discouraged .1 poison, brain fag. baek- itia, kidney and bladder J ^^-r^eTkt home by Man iJ£h£and the full-size paekaso will I S to you free, plain v.'rapp<*r, faJftll directions how to use It. The I AS dollar package free, no pay- 1 any kind; no receipts j no prom- rC^no Jape" t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 March 1907

g.$$ w & y, * ; • •• 5 THE DENI80H BlAILY HERALD. -y-.< i!®< i i..V, •, #.*■-. * V. aitwii- • • 'ft 17." 1 itSasS THE NEW PROGRESS. IVlSt'' ■' *«twci .( WHERE THE NIGHTS ARE SIX MONTHS LONG. ra. "So good of you to com* s® far! Did you motor ovsr t" "No. W*flew!" HOW THE ENGAGEMENT WAS BROKEN. A MYSTERY. y:: i ' Bhe (having nothing elae to aty) It's fuinny how wo ever came to think 'ao much Of each other. * He—Funny? It's positively ridicu- lous! rf I Chorus of Eskimos! "Wo won't go horn* till morning!" Mat* of tha Blubber Seek: "Rattlin' riggin', but them fallera 'a in far a spree, ain't they?" The Messenger—"Rush!" wonder what dat means ? Now I NO WONDER. m Fully Up to Date. 'But don't you want to be an an- gel ?" asked the teacher. "No, I don't," replied the tap to date little girl. '•Why not?' "Because j they wear tho name kind of clothea year after year, while the fashions are changing. They're awfully behind the tlmea." One Can't Tall Thee* Days. Dlgga—That girl's hai...

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