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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 March 1907

r": ' ■ \ 1*8 NATIONAI. , TBXAa. mmm '"*£ * CssMer. t. r. potar. tfOMWn. . W t, KS Wt.W -.-Virion ptreetora: 18* Hlnihi : mfflWi fp' JfeiW F^k«v\ nf'^.y OTWWfl iM*Vrt,rv^ ' .4- # ;^i :.S' v V- • . VOL. xvin. DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1907. NO. 221. C. fi. COBI3. J. J, M'ALKBTER. President Vice-Prwrident. J«. 8. iJBOATB, Cashier. P. J. BRENNAN. Assistant Cashier. NATIONAL BANK OF DENISON. DENISON, TEXAS. CAPITA T.. . $100,009 BUKPLU.S and PROFITS .... 190,000 Directors: J- J- MoAlJ'ster, H. R<-Ronsbur®er, W. B. Munnon, C. 8, Cobb, A. 8. Burrows, i>. j. Brenuan. J. B. McDougaU, n. 8. J^te. C. C. Jinks. W. S. Illbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. s*k; ■ Eg--. _* '1 H' t'-f ' W: •'£:••• I n HIHl The Library of tbti University oI T«x ___ * • Atrjcles necessary to complete your Easter outfit. No I — -w—ttoo, but ready to wear or carry. : Hosiery Bargains. 1100 dnm ladies' black lace, white lace, plain gray, dots and rings, 26c values 15£ pair it ladies' hose made...

Publication Title: Denison Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 March 1907

rMm '2'iT *«," tW w : ' ISM® V.'V0 W:,pi w| THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD, TgPBHPAY, MABOH 28 ■f *■ THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THK HEKAI-D PXJBTJSlIIKa CO., PUBLISHERS. Of ic of publication No. 106 Weal Wood* aid filml, peuiaon, Texin. Entered at thf Postof floe Drr.laon aa aecotid-ciuas matter. I I |ljfesW\V of subscription—Daily: One ««ek .-*• -J* (Due mctnth -*• to'lx months (if paid In advance) .... «.M .0e One THE BEJtl-WEEKXy ItEBALD. TELEPHONES NO. SI. THURSDAY, MARCH ISSWt • r/v . TO 8AFEGUARD LEGISLATION. No one who has watched the work- ings of the legislature of this and other states and has given the matter very much thought has failed to rec- ognize the fact that vast interests art placed in jeopardy, radical and often- times drastic legislation passed and many things badly in need of attention and reform left untouched, that t is altogether too much of a scarum method of passing upon legis- lation and that all of this is quite largely occasioned by the fact that the people an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 March 1907

= i - Tmm Mfi* IPIfP ffpS THE ■^^PSWiW ■■ftp s\ ?■•; /:;■■ \ iMfeF; ■MS ;«v,vv-* LD, THURSDAY, MARCH 28. WAREHOUSE & OF HtR«*M '■■^mm.**. :;H , strong Appeal to Sin- |j^. McDuffio and Chll- Given Verdict. - • \ }\ ■J:-;"'.' Tex., ■ March- • 18."~At a the Sherman Business Coonty Farmers' Union in the " ta this city late yesterday "!Tthe Business Men's Club tofarnish the cotton farmers «M*ty a first class warehouse ■ ■V." 4nre their cotton. Stor- be free, and the rate of in- will be as low aa cotton can "-nied. Several bankers were tnd arrangements were made aa much money as the to draw on their cot- , j t Cunningham and Louis both enthusiastic members m' Union and men of interests, appeared be- i Men'a Club in be- County Farmers' are very much treatment received <>f Sherman business Cunningham expresses that when the business and other places for the intent and pur- of this institution the farmers I to get with more substantial en- ; is their efforts to better TO 8INNER8. -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 March 1907

. — -* • • • ■ --mmm JRB& il ■ V THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, Eye Troubles Do not always make their pres- ence Known by failing of sight. Red Lid*. Headaches. > ■ Nervousness, Stomach Disorders In most cases can b« traced to imperfections ot tie <iye8L We do core troubles of the above kind with glasses. L. B. Moore ANOTHER HILL-KATY RUMOR THIS TIME IT COMES FROM THE CITY OF MEXICO. Activity of Marrtman Said to Have Incttcd Great Northern Magnate to Go After the Katy. The Jeweler 216 W. Main. City of Mexico, March iS.—I>arius ! Milk r. vict: president oi the Chicago, Muritngtuu and Qulncjr Railroad, iu citarge oi traffic, has arrived here, after itfcitinu various poluta in the jtorihei ii iwirt o< Mexico, ilu made an InaptHiiun or the Missouri, Kau.saa and Texas fUiUoed on his way down, it is said (hat he is Suiting this coun- |1 «>' as th* special representative of | Jaint-B J. IJilJ of the Ureal Northern, with view ot determining what the prospects are for extending...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 March 1907

-J .'k? Pf?f . tRI §11 I aM. KSfiMM H [ - __ Htfv !■?• w.; m MOST OF OUR PROFITS ON SACRIFI %.-^S ONE GOOD IT'S TIME V° • • ENJOY THIS DELICIOUS BLEND AT SOC A URN DE8ERVE8 ANOTHER. DON'T YOU ERE TRYING IT? ' * . Grocer Go. i i" K THE DEOT8QW PAIL' $ HHMM<MMM<< LOCAL NEWS NOTES / W1 N'r' :, •'.f-'.ffi -/tr 9. n you THURSDAY, MARCH 28. i \ ' I \ 'rw Mmrnitm TONIGHT'S EVENT8. fiff • • START NOW.. To fight the flics and mosquitoes. We can furnish you with the neces- sary implements of war, such as SCREEN. DOORS, 8CREEN HINGES, WINDOW FRAMES, WIRE CLOTH, ETC. it 1 jpf Gentlemen, your Easter suit will not bo complete without a pair ((lowshoes. We can show you the lines of throe good manufacturers mBH? ■ 10 wiect from. Jp J. k M. patent kid, the new swagger low-shoe last fi patent kid S T. IX Bsrry patent colt, the new spike lasts at 85 50 11 $4 00 1 In all of i colt, vlci kid and gun metals at $3.00 anw 53 59 m Ioldrick Swan I! The Ladies" sowing Society will meet at| No. (05 We...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 March 1907

Ill Fine Stock ! w THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 28 r,.. l§li THE BEST IS THE CHEAP- EST — NONE BETTER ! THAN OUR8. ! PRINCE HENRY—One of the i beat Percheron stallion* in tbo ! world. - JIM PORTER—The noted iron | gray Jack, raised by Harrison i Da via at Howe. • CROWN B—One of the boat | combination Hat stallions in the ) South and a very fine Individ- ' ual, being a grandson of the , famous Brown Hal and well i known by his oolts as a flno | producer. These fine animals will make ' the season at the usual stand, i Ed Fordte stables, in West Den- ison, at the very low prico of ! 16.00 ofr the season. If you have not seen their colts it will | pay you to do so before breed- Sine C. M. BRYANT, Owner. ARCH MUSGROVE, Manager. WHITE SWAN B4KED BEAN5 with Pork and Tomato Sauce make most appetizing dish you ever tasted. W ith Leans it ail depends upon the way they are cooked and flavored, if you have never tasted the White Swan kind then you, have never tasted the perfect Bak...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 March 1907

tmb''* % •— A~ S: . >' r. ,';••? #1 , T' '"' ■M'wr-z HtlUtt*, ' i X^T'' '•*"''' ■' " •' 1 ' "'1' '■ * WWm DENISO , ■ y^;.^ . -, ; < '.■ J *■ ^mm^WhwSW' :<■■:■■ , ALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 28. .JHMIHPP V. ' : ;r ,'r.-V* j jp ■ .. . Ivv < ^ it fmM't ?■ •> iiJ miV. ' a-u JaO-fOO • v /house ai tim 'Ow ?,nU8t k FujnitW® hen house an«l foun house; plenty ot tilutao '^mVoId lumber. 317 Bast Barffahi « MQia tf" "(:ck' -'~il l-ro m ""nJtJneM Chances '75K the Whltesborp Roller n or to exchange them for 1 'rtp farm or pasture lands. r>U>rebaU Co.. Whitoahoro. Fuel nd heater ohunka: poet- and hickory rtiake the Rfftort for a dollar. Prompt , V*teratreets Woodyard. New M8, old phono 3S3. tt'tr „ wu0D YARt>. 112® West Off- . nook stove and heater wood, dry t SX cord wood on hand. New J, H. Hlffdon. Prop. 12-tf doing business a,t th<? aamq Heater chunks $2 a rlok, 92.35 a rick. G. W. Carver 1 lit. WOOD YARD, Belling OUt to rfncstii «"o dry stove wood, T chunks and blocks to s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 March 1907

. imi THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH mm % ywh* mm BIG VALUE EGG DYES We have a new dya that Is an exceptional value—100 different de- signs and colors, repre- senting birds, animals, flowers and other things too nnmeroifs to mention, producing beautiful, attractive and brilliant effects. Just 5c. HANNA THE CAREFUL. DRUGGIST. Denison Postmaster Jr. PRICELESS OLD BLANKETS WOVEN BY NAVAJO INDIANS HUN- DREDS OF YEARS AGO. Into These Beautiful Fabrics Are Wov- en the Traditions and Poetic As- pirations of the Tribe. KRYPTOK8 The Only Invisible Bifocal Glasses. VINEGAR! We carry the following vine- gem: Heinz best apple vinegar, per gallon 454 Genuine apple cider vinegar In bottle, per quart 20* Duffy s apple juice vinegar, > per quart 25* i [ Cross & BlackweM's pure malt < vinegar, per quart 30* We believe we can please you In the above. CATSUP. Club House, Monarch, White Swan, Heinz and Gedney—all finest grade. IKNAUR-BROWN Grocery Co. l«B« tyiTB Cigars ii \ OF ALL ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

Ppj* . :■'■ - < "j 'v ':'" . % 'v VROTW.. :.,WPll ■tei-"- ,$v'V ■■';••* K r: "ffj . $>«&&£ . ■■ . # < i i . „,...;, j I t % inn i 1 I1 "'■ ■ iff&KJUjppi^PRS^ IT. • • ■•*.. T;. *•■' •■' ^ vf rnSSSBHMi -—*- -' -.- - 1 ■ T«®vir < as* T <§ ^^T'0^"ANK*. pjjUMON. TBXAB. ■ ' .'; «? **" # •j" •'. K .S:J ' ■■•> L Vl MM.<onUL CMhV- W. t. r. ro «r. JK' " - >•* — ,11 profits .... i®ii b. hum . n L. BUqKiora. Vfr V ™sy vol. xvm. DENIBON, texas, FEEDAY, MARCH 29, 1907. NO. 222 TWELVE F AGES O. B. COBB. j. j. M ALB8TBH, President. Vlce-Prwldent. I< 8. i.KUATE, Cashier. P. J. ISRENNAN, Assistant Canhlsr. NATIONAL BANK OF DENISON. DEN1SON. TEXAS. CAPITAL . $104,00# SURPLUS and PROFITS .... 190,000 . Director*: J. J. Mc A tenter, H. Itegnnsburger, - ;i« i st W., B. Mil in son, A. S. Burrows, J. B. McDougatl, C. C. .11 nka. C. H. Cobb, 1'. J. Brennan, R. H. Lfigato, W. S. Htbbard. ■ 'i,,V Ms ' lf f COME TO US FOR IT. ' ulH '1 SUIT *>v', Kit HB|" 4 J; ' . " v ■...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

':i ti'r. WW m- M lj*: V ' ■ • ' m iMl \'l B$ III J If <' t ■J fc;' m'm ■' ,:-J V THE DENIgpy PAXty gBBALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 29 Wfi THE OEWSOII DAILY HERALB THK HERA I.D Pt'BlilSHING CO.. PUBLISHERS. Office Of publication No. 195 "-Vent Wood- ard Street, Oentaon. Texas, Entered *> the FV>stoffice Denison as •ecor.d-ci**s matter. Terms of subscription—Daliy: One week One mon i h .. St* month? (If paid In ad". *.nee> One year M . .50 iSO THE SEMt-WKKKLT UJEKAI-D. One year tlons and they are anxious to get the government and state bulletin** devot- ed to different practical problems. All this Is Indicative of the change which hut taken place in the past few years. A few years ago even a suggestion that it was possible to teach a practi- cal farmer anything" about farming was laughed at by the farmer and even by some newspapers. All that has passed away, however, and the farmer is learning ihat even men who are not practical farmers can tell him something worth while that he di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

N. i ■d'"V Jfl THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 29. AT SHERMAN enwisAT j Of EVANCEUI8T8 HEN- AN0 carter GROW IN POPULARITY. 0 COUNH SEAT NEWS MM'* Club to Awlst Spring ^ival—Austin College Third C«m* to Clneln- " «— RIIA I over County. •#n« of Herald. No. 121 North lit to Foatal Telegraph ' ***£; 5 Sherman new. reoeiv- SUtlon. Matter. P/rta'nin* "" * TexTilrch 29.—"Christ, „f the World," was the sub- Uendrick'a sermon at the jd presbyterlan Church afternoon at the 3 o'clock 'nd he preached a magnlfl- on full of hope and cheer "pilgrim along lite'8 highway, •u s good audience present, took a deep Interest In what „jc&er had to say. 7 30 o'clock service the ... ggain crowded to Its limit, K5, tf not nil of the chairs ISto the gallery, were taken. For iLfiee Bev. Hendrick's subject lit, Our Refuge," and he read of the six cities of refuge to early days where people Tio ia tlmA of danger, and ex- how the roads leading into i cities were kept up good so they ! be easy to trave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

wmmm > 5^- -■ >: Eye Troubles m- Via: ' *$£ Ww$8t P8$fe mm ewS Do not always make their pres- ence known by failing of sight. Red Lids. Headaches, Nervousness, Stomach ^isordsrs in most cases can be traced imperfections of the eyes. jjS We do cure troubles of the $ > above kind with glasses. L. B. Moore KATY OFFICIALS WILL STOP HERE ON RETURN FROM MEETING AT DALLAS TWO HOURS WILL BE SPENT IN DENI80N. J.W. MAXWELL'S SUCCESSOR The Jeweler. 216 W. Main. |i jygxSQg SHOE SPECIALS I $ ♦ St. Louia Paper Printed Story That Place Had Been Offered to J. W. Walton, Formerly Superintend- ent at Parson*—Other Railroad News. THE DEingQlC PAHY HERALD, FRIDAY. MABOH 29. White Houir; patent k-atber full dTe^s oxfords, plain Uje and thin soles, for 93 50 White House In vicl, patent $;j so t r o ^ Z ♦ tipK Ideal kids In lace or blucher Jg2 50 Ideal patent leather, thlrk 'g solea SU 50 * Men's White House full dress or ♦ heavy leather for hard service, A 13.50 and #4 OO '? Buster Brown shoes f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

r THE DENI80H DAILY W ^ T- w- ;^,;w -w^ -w- -w-w -w w -w « VP km, bpcomes-an important part of many of your meals, j | as j$.*W^rt■'. • '• _ ri^PP M>iiee,. ~ONLY COSTS 30£ mmuwI « d is deliciously flavored invigorating and strength- WHY NOT DRINK WAPCO? he Waples-Platter Grocer Co. I o —- START ..NOW.. To fight the flioB and mosquitoes. Wo can furnish you with the neces- sary Implements of war, such as fcf SCREEN DOORS, SCREEN HINGES, WINDOW FRAMES, WIRE CLOTH, ETC. - * V" *$'■'* Hardware Company AY, MARCH 29. LOCAL •" j NEWS NOTES TONIGHT'S EVENTS. Choir Practice, First Christian Church. Choir Practice, First lluptist Church. <j«t« City Chapter No. 77, O. E. S., special meeting, Masonic Hull. Denison Tent No. 42, K. O. T. M., reg- ular meeting, it.' of L. F. Hall. Denison Ix>dgo No. 161, I. O. o. F., reg- ular meeting I. O. o. F. Hull. Woman s l nlon Isabel League, regular meeting, Labor Hull. Denison Local No. 563, P. D, & P. H., regular meeting, Labor Hall. TOMORROW ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

-vannto JBS mm '''I i 1' ' " ' . ,v ■ ';■ '■ PPv'!# ' V w tfaME .' . . j mr * <••".> >7 af' '■$• '■:.: w\l THE DENISON DA^LY HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 20. a*1! buckles' ARIOSA EA K?' • ■ ' 6 fif:- care of the nerves and djgesticn of your grandparents, and has be«n the lea<&ng cotfee of the world for 37 years. You'll never have to quit drinking Arbuckka/ ; <P Don't let any man switch you over to cotfw that pays hm big profits at the expense of your heart, stomach and omre*. Ccmcim wa> rfaamm * >n> S««mI fmU Lnr. " *>'. Urnd * Vmnattum. a mysterious murder case MUTE TESTIMONY OF A PAIR OF BLOODHOUNDS AGAINST A WOMAN'S DENIAL. KILLING OF DR. DAVENPORT Owing to the Prominence of the Parties Involved the Case Is At- tracting Widespread Attention in the Territory—Other New State News. Vinita, I. T„ March 28.—The InU'llU prnt doni.il of a clear-eyed, handsome woman pitted against the mute mony of a pair of bloodhounds that trailed her down Is the situation In a d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

&5«SSkI! ' . / •'■ •'; •v" vVH THE DENISON AY, MARCH ■'■■"'■•■ 1 v'■ - '-fw r>'; m ^f'JS I0WDS AT ALL front P««e «•) ^rrs^k to *ork this morn- w ~„«inort. - north «nd Frisco ,D,I5S tbo grip 18 taklnS ^rnil h«« returned from Beau- LSrc be went to lopk after ,nrine which was sent from There to be used on a branch 'Toi^n a coppersmith former- **>>•*« PJ tan been working in Tex- i Several months, ia vi iting J in the city. He may return ' h Greer, a north end Frisco 1 l y>nB ®ff and went over to take in the carnival. Reader a Frisco brakeman 1.. _ ^i.l. Ildt kuu t>A. been on the sick list, has rfc- .utficiently to resume work "m nonclana. roundhouse fore- , fuTnorth yards of the Frisco to Denlson last night and CfiU>u * the carnlvaL J*L ^aiker, passenger brake- i?(jje service of the Frisco, is off <1 attending court as a JSS has just come out of the "dops and been put back in r^rvite. It was thoroughly over- and looks as bright and good jones, Frisco fireman,, w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

BlSS ml. m m WSWSP-- mEmm mmM MB - f m •l,1 ,'/r THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, *• is-? FREE DELIVERY Did yon know we make a specialty of t FREE DELIVERY? We appreciate your phone orders and our FREE DELIVERY service Is at your com- mand at any time. And remember, there's no Increase in the price for dellrery. HANNA THE CAREFUL DRUGGIST. Denison Postmaster Jr. SKI FEAT GIVES NEW THRILLS. Soul Stirring 8llde Sensational Fea- ture of the Circus of 1907. Swirling rose and azure, silver and elephants not at all pachydermatous us to Intellect; graceful prancing of high school horses; patter of ponies' hoofs; scamper of fleet racing dogs; bright glances from women performers who needed not the spangles to make gold, green and gray; blare of brass tbem attractive; hilarious excitement and wall of woodwind; roll and rattle of drums big and little; Jingle cries, desert whines and Jelps of sea and shore; clash of cymbals and clatter of chariots: flutter of frills and feath- er*; ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

' • t V-;! ;:Vt'V A$%Sli3 rk^ ,roW« IBS If® mm- mm iM ' ST Hl'ff ' & n • • painting for v ft°nt >**- -< J5Tt inted property. "TvL A,) the property-owner % tbe ppe*rmce worth * tlilbrtemportiyappcar. Collier • | pore White Lead to lasting appearance arid #. It saves repairs and , coating many tiw* the . Dot trade mark is found i containing Pun White Ditch , LEAD COMPANY I nth St, St. Louis, Mo. HE^CHEAP. BETTER THAN OURS. HENRY-lOne of the stallions In the _,.^17r: troM Jack, raised by Harrison ; i >t Hove. Ml •—One of the best i Hal stalllona In the i and a yery fine Individ- [ Wng a grandson of the Brown Hal and veil by hia colts as a fine ' flue animals will make at the usual stand, i stables, in West Den- • i t the Yery low price of ' ' 1 ofr the season. If you Hot seen their colts It will | Tot to do so before breed- C. M. BRYANT, musgrove, Manager. Owner. < to the Best. 484. standard bred and •talllon, Hambletonian-Hal Jr., big black Jack of im- Spanish and mamm...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

mm. 10 H#" VA-; w. m w W! '"B v sm V ' • 0 • ., • ,y .rajp* 'v ., THE DKfTBOy i)AILY HEKJ Classified Advertisements — IY. MARCH 29. ♦•♦♦MM ; mm servants art $ reading the ads today-r j y**rs, tf it's "in." wamBB&ty HOI -sl'. FOR SALE. Real Estate am] loi No. 62i West (."ail next door cant. HELP WANTED MiimiimmniiiiHUi Gan4y it-tr Iv."H riAi.K M,.t! HI m lent llMUlM- Aj.pH ;hc p—One nine-room !foot (rOr.t, OU W. I Poff. 18-lMI „ Male - WANTED - A *<*>d hustler in every town' l/i *.<Ii uur at«/ (liters, retail- ing; rr.ifn II f.O m IV l'x) ix?r ,cent profit , i-. i«ent . * x. i i i% «• territory. H n<-oa t kilter Compuli.i . Sentrca. M", 16-lSti ONE V|.v,'ii tmuse nr\«i two 4-t"«rn hoiiiHs on 'i'-*'. <iwinfii« street; 0ht: )<>- fo«m hi.a.'"" on East Cr wfcfrd for on ii:-> [wimruH Andv But<-tt Scott a. Hur> ti Furniture Store, fS-lir.ii LOT ■ !(>) tw ret lion for 3-rijnn tre« «, an'! mil Ntisor. IIuir.i !'r ri house and . plenty iitii, lumber. i if ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

HHPS# jm '' r- r? , —— ' \>li . z% . 1®V JTwfth Crusts as Thl Which Would unte-Disease Ate Large "in Cheeks-Hands Pinned HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 29. LIFTED MILLION POUNDS \ . Wonderful Feat Performed irf New York City by Oilman Low, ''.""VAi) a Modern Hercules. 'J OUth WM COT 3.Mdid_,vr is, ohest, snd back, in >dy was covered over d no rest bv day or he was laid in hla ■ his hands down, itch his tioo and ■ore. I think hia faoo most fearfully, bought nothing pould made up my mind to with the child to Europe, he sea air might pure hfm, tindCTEOoa .and A friend of We made Ointment, sn days or dod im- as the begun to K8 the and his skin to as never before, it of the C. L. lanufacturers of tor in 10 Minutes lUtoMWSMl. bat U my this iii"mtst IP/'. \ Hie by Hall-Leeper Hardware Co. Md Oellarhlda & Harris. NATURE SPARES V wnci# ** a fortunate provtaion of nature J* the roae of mental tmr. tor hoar poignant wot|ld be its to tocover, in the height of 1U ******< mat a canker fed at ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 March 1907

•:MW + 1§ 7.' W' S5 FRESH GRIST ■i mt i 1ii_% 4 ''.v rv! I v#J .■wm& * • . £# 30l Mffi£ TOLD THE TRUTH. ' jX'iV BJjf.V'1 WW k A J ,J' '■ i * Peggy—Didn't I !w-e yon at the opera with MM* Horneleiirh la*t night? Baggy—Very likely. She's a girl I'd luw to bwtj' <m otve account. Pwggy—Wtmt's that? s. 'Bwjppr—Her bank account. A NEGATIVE BLESSING AT LEA8T. Not Quit* Fin- ished. "Great head* A ft friend of mine. He's Invented a flying machine, you know." Indeed! Has he given it a prac- tical test yet T' "Oh, no; he's still alive!" Sweet Charity. lie# scar — I.ook here. boss, you've given me a coun- terfeit. Goodman — Is that, so? Well, keep it for your honesty. Appropriate Nam* Mrs. NaifK — Why are canards so called? Mr. Nag*—Be- cause usually they are things that a fellow canard ly believe. > Nothin' Doin*. Mrs. D. — What Is your husband doing now? V Mrs. F.—Oh, he Isn't doing any- thing. He has a political job. WHAT HAPPENED T6 THE PIG. II. III. grv • m"z Ye farmer giveth to ...

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