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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 September 1906

kJ5iliunt tAuk trt'ruO* Direct ort: ®,hu a M,a5iio S2b£5 p. H. Tob ouaall, A. W. jtTK. Putter. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1906. NO. 64. National Bank of Denlson, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL $100,039 SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100.V>I Director*: J. J. McAleater, H. MeKensburaer W. B. Munaon, C. S. Cobb. A. 8. Burrows, P. J, Iirennnn. J. B. McDouaull, R. S. locate, C. C. Jtnka, W. S. Htbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAXj DEPOSITS. V-'' • $■$>'£}&£■ sV? % That Is Appreciated ''■rMvM The klW ,y j1 xen Unkver^Vty H; Our new fall silence. Our ever tall thalr own story of trada shows that >ple look to thla atora aa tha style center ind authority In all that partalna to footwear. All staple atylaa aa wall aa every good fie that tha designers have oreated this ison is hare. Maddan'a name on a shoe a guarantee of quality and we sel^ so isny shoes we oan afford to aell them at a rery small profit. idles' Shoes..... len's Shoaa V: liases Shoes >y's Shoaa.... ildren's Shoaa In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 September 1906

mr:m ■ 7>- . i jts'I I p ■mm} r§! | ,'if i Rf? . -I PS f Pi ■■ 'ti * ■ u M I . if Br vM'V I I '•• |j; HI ■Egjf ll:L- . I m m l EE ' THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THIS HERALD PUKMfJUNG CO.. J>UBLU5HKK«. Office of publication Sn SOS Went Woo4- ird Street. Deoieon* Toxa*. Entered at th* Poatofflce D^niaoti at second-cl* matter. Tarma of lubacrlptlon—Dally: One Week * -'5 On month SO 'i'hreo monlha (it paid lu advance).. 1.5® THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. Ono year ftuh«rrtbers deglrlnn the address of ihe'r papoir* changed wtU nlea*« K'V« lK>tc tha old and the now addrew. TELEPHONES NO. 21. <*€11^ TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 190C. Flattery Las spoiled many a promis- ing career. The stand patter believes he Is get- ling the beBt of It as It Is. Overplaying a political hand Is bad ^usicess for the politician. Mr. Hwr«t does not believe In hid- ing his ltgh£ under * hunhcl. Lffe ia wi'it we make it, and some of a* make a mighty poor job of it. A sidewalk building boom is the kind Of a toorri Te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 September 1906

'1 DAILY HKBALD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. ' • ' .' WORK finite announcbment RE- garding SHERMAN-DALLAf INTERURBAN link. ii r I gridiron the state :>■ , £;,; N* 77; or Dolaon 8ays Shermtn-Oal- J J oad l Only the Beginning of a Gigantic System of Elwtrle yne —Other Ne* #f . the County Seat. pWM 4 in office of JT iri. Item0 of ved for publication^ ilnf to Sbennw iful attention. J •phono No. ierman events tonight. ermau Local No. HI. C. 4k W. W. A„ regular meeting, Herman an Aerie No. 219, f. O. E.. reg- meeting;, Eagles Hall, ah Lodge No. 126, I. O. O. P., ular meeting, I. O. O. P. Hall, oan Camp No. 9, W. O. W., regu- meeting, Woodmen JUll ers' Union, regular meeting, Foody Building. ennan, Tex., Sept. 25.—A press tch from Galveston gives $he fol interview with the contractor the Sherman-Dallas interurban, announces unqualifiedly that the il work of construction will begin 10: , lie actual work of beginning Jon on the Dallas-Shermai rban lines, said Ben Dolsonto- will begin Oct. 10. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 September 1906

' V ■ I V • -'-T TH DENISON DAILY HMtALD, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. ; vAe< ym^m- ■ vM' ; ti P m 1 I • « « i. | The Best Quality t 1 „ I For Lew Money f * I | Groceries i ♦ i 2 Is Our Business. * t Phone 398 ♦ it A trial order and we'll show you ♦ where we excel. ... f <9 ♦ t I | THE CASH HOUSE | i MONEY FOB IMPROVEMENTS FRISCO OFFICIALS' AND FORE- MEN TOLO THIY CAtf HAVE ALL FUNDS T^EY NEED. WILL CONFER IN DENISON Katy General Officer® and General Committed* of Railway Brother- hoods to Discuss Alvarado Wreck—Question of Eye- sight of Engineers. SMITH & PIERCE, Props., 202 Main Street. First Aid 11 ' ! For Common Ails*/ Dr. Shoop's Restorative and all his famous remedies may he had here. ^hone us and we'll send them tb you or come In and we will give you a descrip- tive pamphlet. THE ; WALDRON DRUG STORE I "Where medicine Is purity." J. F. TIN8MAN, PROP. Don't Wait- : until a more con* ■en lent time about taking out that life In- surance policy. Many a man has gone to his gra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 September 1906

1 11 " "l'L THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, IS A DIME WORTH SAVING | i u certainly la wh«* you can gave it on a pound of coffee without ■^rificlng quality- If you have been using 40c coffep try - V;V coffee .♦ 10c a pound package and see If It Isn't equal to the usual 40c ! End Thus you save enough on three pounds of Wapco coffee to < X for the fourth pound. And your grocer Is instructed to refund your money if it doesn't •&" .'« ■'s'v' 1 pleas le you. P't Aluminum Ware ., *• It WILL NOT eCORCH OR BURN. WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. A- •• .'-v* \-v ' It ' ' WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. . - ' . ' • ' •' * , .t HAVE IT ■ - ■ ;j . . ; r, Hardware Company J n;> § . W.ife:-' =— —— m This Is *:•-. v v-' "IL\r: . w«v 1 *< •- """•I? ' rf one of Our many new patterns we are show- Ing this season in our lino of $3.00 for la- dle®. Patent colt stock, welt soles, Cuban heels, College top boots; they are made by a manufacturer that makes high class goods, so the fitting Qualities are tho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 September 1906

I \\ y l j i ■ 9* -a?.®? h f? % 1 . < THE DEMMOW DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, 8EPTEMBKE 25. Symmer Tourist Rate • TAKE THE Old Reliable. Through trains. sleepers and chair earn without change north f to St. Louis and Kansas City; f south to Shreveport, Dallas. Fort Worth. Waco. Houston. Galveston, Austin and Sau An- tonio. If you travel he aure your ticket roads via M.K.&T. SPECIAL LOW RATES. $31.56 to Chicago and return. $33.70 to Cincinnati and return. $30.96 to Louisville and return. $22.90 to St. Louis and return. $17.30 to Kansas City and re- turn. $17.45 to Memphis and return. $15.45 to Galveston and return. $14.50 to Araarlllo and return. $38.40 to City of Mexico and return. / $50.00 to San Francisco and return, $70.00 to San Francisco via Portland and return. Cheap rates to all principal points in the United States. Tickets on sale daily. For in- formation call or write. J. GERLACH, T. P. A., 122 West Main St. Both Phones 201. E. A. KELLOGG, Ticket Agent, Union Station. M.,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 September 1906

>■ Hum DENISON DAILY HMEALli, 'TUE8DAY. SEPTEMBRH 25. " """ J | , Dont allow your dollar* to j J **, O if yia would have j _ J I them grow and increase. * Find tasks for them—Invest- J | ments for them—through the , [ V.;-v« rro ' ; •: : > A want ads. ' JI HELP WANTED FOR SALE w'«%s ifr' el^iWc "lihts andTfcaa." J .H gLmmion. X1S North Ruak avenua. lT-tf I ..nr vkdiD small f*rm 4 mites southwest ^'W^NevVbL - itr*- .A_ bargain. T. W. NavUl^her- Tcx. rTT-. acrE or « lots op Washington 8t. site to city. 10Q0. 1 S!L and lot 807 Nelaon St. John BwTnbrld*e. 317 Chestnut St. New Phone 81. __________ [BIX ix LOTS. g**1 4-room house .good well JiJd cistern, fine lawn, plenty of fruit mod barn and outbuildings, for |i,i00. «7 W slilngton street, -tf I in ,p c-room house, two lots, goad irtn and outbuildings, corner 1080 St Hull street; 8500 down, balance monthly payments. P. B- wOson^^ nrSIRABLE RESIDENCE lots on East Ska's and Morton streets^ Easy p*"- ments. C. J O'Maloy, No. 110 A me...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 September 1906

"Globe Trotters world cough In a trip around the wouldn't find a "better syrup than Hanna's Tolu Tar and Wine of Charry with Honay A pure and helpful remedy. Contains nothing Injurious. Put up by HANNA The Up-to-Dats Druggist ..Ajax.. i Breakfast Bacon: ■■■ . Just In this forenoon, a fresh shipment of the above bacon— A trial will convince you what it Is. We also carry Swift Premium and Fidelity, also a fine line of tlie very best hems. No second grade or cheap meat in our store. Don't forget an Electric Coffee * J Mill when you want your coffee ground to suit you. KNAUR-BROWN QUARTER BOATS CALLED IN THOSE ON RED RIVER TO TIE UP AT ARTHUR CITY. James Moreland Ordered to Turn Hie Boat Over to Foreman Davie and Discharge Hie Crew. Acting upon instructions received this morning from Assistant Govern- ment Engineer R. C. Smead, in charge of river Improvement In Texas, Judge James Moreland w|!l proceed tomor- row to Arthur City with the United States rjuarterboat In his charge, and will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 September 1906

WKKf - ' - . ■ ■ ft - <1 ^te Nittloiial Bank. UBIOSOa TBXAB. a 8. COBB, J. J. 1TALK8TXIL President Vtce-Preatduifc, H- 8. LEGATE, Cashier. P. J. BKENNAN, AM t ■'Vi: v Vw wdjlfc V glthu B. Hlnjhaw, dfe X: £.i££i DENISON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1906. NO. 64. wr. . i ' f V; •' > «'z V, 'i •'#*., tett ■ a; * 7} ' ■•; i ■ v ; k % ' CT r rices. No finer clothing made In the United States than Hi S. & M. Any reputable cloth- ing man will tell you that, and we believe the H. S. & M. line has more style and snap than other lines of fine clothing and we sell this line of fine clothing cheaper, sav- ing you from $2.50 to $7.50 on a single suit. If you are a caBh buyer it's quite a sav- ing, If you buy on credit at other places you are paying big interest. Better pay cash and save that money. Think it over and compare our fine suits at ' $15, $16.50, $18, $20.00 AND $22.50 with an* line you can find In this city or any other. Also good makes in men's suits at $7.50, $0.50...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 September 1906

i>"7'/,! r 'WV ^ THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER "I" lit Jf if m m m : mi THE OENISON DAILY HERALD THK HERAT D IMllUiUU.NO CO.. PUbUSHEUS. Office ot publication N". JOS We*t Wood- , ard Street. Ijenlaoti. Tvxaa. Entei*l at the F<wtofflc« *t Oeniaon « j •6cond-cia0s matter. Ttrmi ot «ub*crIptton—I>ally: One W«M>k * ■>* | On# mwiith Three ri.o:.lh (If pat;i In advance).. I.jJ; THK SEMI-WKBKI.Y HEKALD. ■ ■ '— 1 One y*ar Subecrlb^tjt d^Mr-lrus th nrtd r*na ot Ihetr paper* oh rijr«<t will ti!«a e Klve both the oid an>l tho r.tw addrene. TELEPHONES NO. 11. r>nongh energy to succeed is always looking for Ideas and county fairs fur- nish itn abundance of food for thought. Fine stock and creditable dismays of farm products serve to Impress as with the posalbtlities and the ambi- tious aro prompted to greater efforts. General progress unially results and great good accomplished. Ia counties where county fairs have been persist- ently held nnd pushed to s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 September 1906

K*? ' VISIT WAS (MM**** ■ . ' ' '.7": MP THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. AT SHERMAN HH SUCCESSFUL t "T—■ ... *<■ |„N0H0BB T*/.K8 0r COMINO E CAMPAIGN TO RAISE Y. M. c. A. FUNDS. K-: ' — Homm sai — y 1 ctive and Appointive Officer, of rOrder of Eastern Star Installed la,t Night—Boy's Finger' Saved By Skillful Sur- flery—News Notes. m ■s-m [tHERMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. il Trades Council, regular meet- Labor Hall. ' . xt ji Tribe No. 24. I. O. R. M., lar meeting, Red Men Hall. n office of Herald, east aide of " item* Of Sherman newa V- V*r- gvi en ■ 26.—Bruno SSw. Item* of Bherman I Shred for publication. Matter* ISSnlng to Sher«n%n circulation Iyfraf"! attention. New phone. No. 77, 1 old 'phono No. 74. Sherman, Tex., Sept. jjobbs of Denver, Colo., international secretary for the Southwest for Y. M. C. A., left today for Austin r a visit of two days in Sherman i George A. Shipp, secretary of the nan Y. M. C. A., which is going undertake the erection of ah asso- |tion b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 September 1906

il K: * H THE L'ZKIgQM DAILY HPULD. WlDMiaDAY, SEPTEMBES 26. ■ _ f j Spectacle Frames * Correctly^ flttedsto th* f*c* ar" as eseenCial a* properly fittrd l n A3 aro- to the eye. A lonae should be mounted so that the center wlil l>« exactly "opposite tho pupil of ttfc eye. In any other poatU<*i It will cause strain and haveia tenden- cy toproduce double «lght. The bridge or not;*' piece should fit so well that wabbllntc would be Impossible, and should bear equally at ail points. The Right Way la Just an ea.ny as the wrong. SHORTER HOURS FOR SWITCHMEN IF NOT GRANTED WIDESPREAD STRIKE MAY BE PRECIPITA- TED IN NEAR FUTURE. HIGH OFFICER INTERVIEWED be taken until thirty days from the sentatJve called at the b time the demands were made. j Ityvla the Information w * ™ hcici "Judging from experience with the the manager that lbo * ' J ^ ^ men interested I am satisfied that un- left infractions that n0 oHe ex. less the officials meet the committees bo admitted to see the y°'lS ' h.a b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 September 1906

IBPIN ■ " * —, < '"— ■■ ■ > ■ I -r , jinin f nimmim IS A DIME WORTH SAVING I ?????????? * ■ „■ • " . ',2>' : It certainly is when you can save It on a pound of coffee without •aeriflctoS ..quality. « you bar© been using 40c coffee try THE DENISOy DAILY H1&ALP, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. I MP ' Jv> p ; ?, ' at 30c a pound package and ami Thus you nave enough mi for the fourth pound. ^ Aud .your grocer U In plea*e you. — V, If It isn't equal to the usual 40c < three pounds of Wapco coffee to to refund your money if it doesn't ♦MMMMIIMMIMIMMII LOCAL NEWS NOTES 1 TONIGHT'S EVENTS. =B V U. i w~~ :E Aluminum Ware ■ J.jr-f*" <-S. WILL NOT 8C0RCH OB BURN, WIUL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. , : WE HAVE IT . ' —— "j? ' Hardware Company For Tender Feet \. ' That want a nice pair of dress shoes. We had made this season a soft vicl kid boot with medium Cuban heel, plain toe. We are show- ing them in button and lace. They will give you comfort that no other sho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 September 1906

Trap? fm THE DENlgQW DAILY HERALD, ^DNEBDAY, SEPTBIME gg. 11 ■ f m 1 ■ gj 11 Is is Pi SBk* ■$M U ■c= Sash, Deors= Mouldings, Shingles A qiuriltX doors, 2 ft, 8 in by C ft, S in. In thick 92 OO iA quality doors, 2 ft, 8 in by 6 ft, 8 In, 1% In thick $1 60 A quality doom, 3 ft by 8 ft, W In thiCk, lor sliding doors, per. pair 812 00 24 by 36 windows, 2 lights $1 75 26 by 34 windows, 2 lights $1 75 40 by 36 windows, 2 lights 84 00 40 by 34 windows, 2 lights 83 25 Prices of other sizes on application. 8 by 8 porch columns, 8 ft long, solid cedar bored $2 75 Not made from staves. *4-round, per 100 ft 30<? Window and door stops, per 100 ft 30£ Other mould kept in stock. Red cedar shingles, per 1,000 83 25 Bois d'arc fence posts .... 120 Free delivery to any part of the city. DENISON LUMBER CO. 600 West Main Street. CHA8. L. DEFFEBACH, Mgr. Summer Tourist Rate TAKE THE Old Reliable. M Through trains, sleepers and chair cars without change north to St. Louis and Kansas City; ■oath to Shr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 September 1906

THE DKIflgOH PAILY If Bit AT J), WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26 ff Want advertising "raises salaries" oftener than they are raiaed by "the generosity and appreciation of employ- arei" Sometimes "ths boss" values a good man lightly un- til eomeona else wanta him, and tries to get him. THE MARKETS TODAY LOCAL MARKETS* IVitJson. Tex., Hept. 26.—-The following . W i ihon today: prir,-m Wv,re fov country produce in I-H'IiIH— * * FOR BALE CORES CATARRH , ssf-koom house sad ggjsi as-'- bplesvw ' of penlson &*-r hi>tiAo and lot 9(W Nfltoo «SC Kbrid*. *17 Chestnut St. NOW phone If- - • i f ' ' ! set loth. ^,,^nhil 1 good <• intern. fine JSlfPt.Pi'A1 good bam j27VVaahln<rt south NevtlU - ->yr ... ® ®fBn wanted to advertise, ex- loll good* anil Qianaco branch of large '* house. Salary $18 per week, . Paid. Permanent position -\?lnc*n,ent- Honesty more es- ®*P«r>ence National Co.. 720 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, Pa. s-ewks WANTED TO RKNT—Four bouse i nlgksd, bouse or flat, furnis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 September 1906

■t Wx FT ■('•.'■■ v>'; " <$*>"* -. • ■l! .• THERE'S BOUND TO BE Music in the Air when you get one of our melo- dious pocket harmonicas or French harps. If you're a railroad man get one to take with you on your run. It will help to pass the time away pleasantly anil be worth many times the small cost. We also carry a full line of drugs and sundries if you need anything in that line. —1 r ; THE DENI80K DAILY HERALD, WEDNE8PAY, SEPTEMBERJO HANNA The Up-to-Date Druggist ..Ajax.. Breakfast Bacon i: Just in this forenoon, a fresh shipment of the above bacon— A trial will convince you what It Is. x "iVe also carry Swift Premium J * And Fidelity, also a fine line of the very best hams. No second grade or cheap meat In our store. Don't forget an Electric Coffee Mill when ibu want your coffee ground to suit you. KNAUR-BROWN! Grocery Co. ♦♦••♦♦♦♦♦••••♦♦♦•♦♦♦•♦MM For prompt aad cour- teous messenger serv- ice try the Americas District Telegraph Oompany. Our charges on errand* have been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 27 September 1906

EHHHU MBSfTT" 'A "'■■"Vti" "*1* :<rr- :'i feSI National * * • profits Elthu IS. . w. Ei'sp. y- ahbp WF** vol. xvm, DENIS ON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1906. NO. 65. C. R. COBB. J. J. JTAUB8TBR. PrealgoRt. Vlca-Prestdeat. It. 8. I.KOATK. Cashier. P. J. BHENNAN, AM't CuhlM, > ' National Bank of Denison, DEN I BON. TEXAS. CAPITAL ftOO.tM SURPLUS and PROFITS.. l«0.«4f Directors:. J. J. McAleater, H. K^Misburgw W. B. Munnon, C. S. Cobb. A. 8. Burrows, P. J. Hrennar* JL B. McDougall. R. S. L«gat*. <?. C. Jinks. W. 8. Hlbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. Library of the U lver«Hy o* re* ,,, —UmH pU 29th, BAILEY TO GO ON THE STOMP FIRST SPEECH WILL ADE AT GREENVILLE, TEX., NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT, GRAND DISPLAY — f OF f Millinery, S&s, Coats, Skirts, Silks, Dress Goods, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery. Everybody Cordially Invited MADDEN'C ONE PRICE-CASH THE PUCE TO BUY SHOES VJ CAMPAIGN IN TEXAS. Chairman George A. 1 Cardan Making Preparations. b, Tex., Sept 27.—Preparations...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 27 September 1906

■ tff?A I&I at1-": I i 1 ft i r riaf t = ft w m ill Si m it? ; 14-1 jy ir* if !< l J' m QB&if m V-'« 9 THE DEN180N DAILY HERALD, THPBBDAY, SBPTEMBgjt_27 . gpte _ > THE DENISON DAILY HERALD v TUB HJERALD PUW.I8HINO CO.. PUBLISHERS. Ottia* at jpubli^otlon No. 305 W*«t Wood- *r<i StreBt, Deni«or*. T«x s- Knt«e<I at the postofflce at DcnUon as ■bcond-clttif* matter. Term* of subscription— t>ully: One W f«k ..-I .IJ <>nn month -J® Three mo&tha (If paid In advance).. l.«0 THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. One y*AT ....11.00 8ul,«rrtb«r* <1r*iiinK th ad<1r«*« of the'r iapnr> etianff«d will pl'-na* Ktva tio'n the old and the now address. TELEPHONES NO. 21. LABEL> THURSDAY, SEPTEMHER 27, 1906. The popularity of the machine in this country seems to be on the wane. The man who dealt out the rebates Is now taking things easy on the back neat. -There is altogether too much of the brute In the make-up of the average (nan. Both the raw material and consum- ers ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 27 September 1906

I ■ v ^trW-, '••.-.'•.•a,;.!•.•• , v-if1 >!.-*• •' r.' ■■ ■■.'■■, • Hk,-' THE DEWIBON DAILY HEBALU, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. ■—- CLOSE CALL JERKED HOR8E DOWN TO.AVOID TEXAS AND PACIFIC PAS- SENGER TRAIN. vM<i IIIMAL FELL, OH THE . BOY young Man Did Not Lose Preeence of Mind, Although One Bone In His Left Leg Waa Broken by the Fall—Other Newe of County Seat. (Hierman office -- Uernjm circulation Ulnln* to careful att Old 'pUOUU tent Ion. j No. 7«. New 'phone. No. 77} m SHERMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. [fiberman Tent No. 66, K. O. T. M., regular meeting, Woodmen Hall, taternal Mystic Circle, regular meet- ing. Carpenters' Hall. 8berman, Tex., Sept 27.—In order i avoid being ran. down by a Texas & Jfic passenger train .this morning, on Wood, tbe 16-year-old Bon of judge and Mrs. J. H. Wood, Jerked the orse tbat he was riding so quickly at he threw the animal to the [ground and was caught under it, with I the result tbat his left leg'was broken. (A number of people witnessed the ac- cid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 27 September 1906

HI ■ft I ^I§ rag DBlflSOir DAILY HERALD, THUBOAY^BgP^BgB 27 NO ASSISTANCE! ■FROM TRAINMEN SHIJNOIN SILVER POLISH SOMETHING NEW BF 3 Just what its name Implies—Z a Cream Silver Polish. No mor f dirty silver or tarnished Jewel- a ry—cleans all In an Infant, It j Is always ready. (itiaranteed ™| not to Injure anything. n< mat- 4 ter how fine. Absolutely free ^ j from ammonia, acid, c>anlde of ej potassium or any other poison ♦, or Injurious substanc. We i will be Klart to show you. U ♦ B. OF R. T. WILL NOT SUPPORT THE SWITCWMEH'S UNION IN ITS DEMANDS. OTHER MEWS OF l" : ^ 25^ PER JAR- I L. B. Moore, | I JEWELER. 216 W. Main 8t. | Frisco's Tenth Annual Report Shows Road in Exceedingly Prosperous Condition—Report of Execu- tive Officers' Committee on New Rate Law. flnn't Wait unt11 a more con' UUII I TTdir venient time . about taking out that life In- surance policy. Many a man has gone to his grave and his family hais had to suffer Just because he put it off. The New York I>ife...

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