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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 27 September 1906

mmmw Wmm tl *.. '. y Hi * ifi IS A DIME WORTH SAVING 7 7 7 7 7 7 ? 7 7 7 It certaMly to when you can save t on a pound of coffee without Btcrificlng quality. If you hare been using 40c coffee try COFFEE ,ili . ,i'-- 'IWtT," i • ' •t 30c a pound package and see if It isn't equal to the uaual 40c kind. Thus you save enough on three pounds of Wapco coffee to r nay for the fourth pound. And your grocer is instructed to refund ploase you. Bp P your money if it doesn't ?-< * Jv' ■ ■ : A I Aluminum Ware WILL NOT SCORCH OR BURN. WILL NOT RUST OR CORROOE. ' WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. Hardware Company m For Tender Feet That want a nice pair of dress shoos. 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 shoo will. All sizes and widths, so you can be fitted. ■'- •• | $3.00 and $3.50 a pair Boldrick & Swan 52 LARGE CASES OF EXTRA BARGAINS JU8T UNLOADED BLUE FRONT RACKET STORE ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 27 September 1906

Jv/S ■ I H>1 THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, 8EPTEHBEB W. ► = Sash, Doors= Mouldings, Shingles A quality doors, 2 ft, 8 in by C ft, 8 In, , i% tn thick 92 00 A quality doors. 2 ft, 8 in by 6 ft, 8 In, ltt la thick . $1 00 A quality doors, 3 ft by 8 ft, 1% in thick, for sliding doors, per pair $12 00 24 by 36 -windows, 2 lights #1 75 26 by 34 windows, 2 lights gl 75 40 by 36 windows, 2 lights 84 00 40 by 34 windows, 2 lights S3 25 Prices of other sizes on application. 8 by 8 porch columns, 8 ft long, solid cedar bored 82 75 Not made from staves. 14-round, per 100 ft 30£ Window and door stops, per 100 ft 30£ Other mould kept in stock. lied cedar shingles, per 1,000 $3 25 Bois d'arc fence posts 12£ j Free delivery to any part of the city, j DENISON LUMBER CO. 600 West Main Street. CHAS. L. DEFFEBAGH, Mgr. Summer Tourist Rate TAKE THE Old Reliable. J|| Through trains, sleepers and chair csrs without change north to St LouiSi and Kansas City; south to Sbreveport, Dallas, Fort Wort...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 27 September 1906

Want advertising "raises salaries" oftener than they ara raised by "the generosity and appreciation of employ- ers." Sometime* "the boss" valua* a good man lightly un- til someono elae wants him, and trie* to got him. 4* [i\"kOOH tootm Crsf'oni e1*1**** FOR SALE Real Batata, J and lot. . West 21-lwtC itree well. «'vv-i,-s jjampaon, 118 . B'lWill "VU v, v. / ^trlo ^ - PLKND1D small fawn 4 miles ^uthwett of t>enlson. Must •rtll# jji' man ES^y-3^ 2JR. B^nbrldge, 217 Chestnut street. jjew phone <13. . ir* I>0T8. good 4-rooin bouse, i irrll KrMV' cistern, fine kvwn, plent; flub V>od barn and outbulldW. 11 700. 427 Washington street, '^ll ' good y of for «-tf 3D 6-room house, tw VncM and outbuildings. Jest Hull street; 9900 c n monthly payments. F. 1 lots, good corner, 1030 balance 'llson. 10-lmo ,E RESIDENCE lots on East rl Morton streets. Eiuiy pay- C. J. O'Maley. No, 120 Main 18-ljOO Jr„.KAIM.E RESIDENCE ; Saars ana ments. C, ■ street. fM pert corner Chestnut and Scullin. G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 27 September 1906

ST "" v .V/,-: ''K<l 1 THE PEHIgQir DAILY HKEJLLD, tHUJUBDAY, gEPTEMBBBj^ ■* w^Bi K9®r i THERE'S BOUND TO BE Music in the Air when you get on© of our melo- diem* pocket harmonicas or French harps. If you're a railroad man get one to take with rou on your run, ** It will help to pans the time away pleasantly and bo worth many times the small coat We also carry a full line of drugs and sundries If you need anything in that line. HANNA The Up-to-Date Druggist. Kffo* tag- 3' m Wrlflley's Mineral Scouring Soap Read a few of the things this < > soap will do: It will clean painted wood- < I work, floors, windows, oil J J \ | cloths, wooden ware, glass and <, < ► crockery, marble floors and < > *( I bath tubs. It will scour and polish tin, iron or brassware, knifes and forks, stair rods, brass spigots, and all metal surfaces. Removes rust from machin- ery, surgical and dental Instru- ments, and is excellent for washing hands. A trial bar will convince you IKNAUR-BROW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 September 1906

. „. ,nri-„r.ni„r- r „,, w '< ■ *W'' ■ '" '■ ' . '' ''■■■>' '''v'jO.1'V>Sa >■.. .... O'CLOCK State National Baillr. PEN1BON. Twa AS. .. «-^£Sa.i-''^55Uj - *B°iK**^%.Cr^iSUr. AMliUat CmW*1*! ^ r5?' 1 iktiA m ■ a v. j a i « PKortm. mw •*■■ * ' 2T _J m ' ■•' , l7 V;. '%* ■ Dtrectore: Wlhu B. WMto*. rsr ' WcIXjUSiH, A.. W. * ~ """" "jTk PUtwr. eH mi • ♦ rnmxm voi. xvm. C£,S '-'aSSSSk, p. Ay^™s?EZ National Bank of Deniion, DKNISON, TKXAJS. CAPITAL 1100.004 SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100.901 _ Director*: * /.J. McAlester, H. Heconsliurgar W. B. Munaon, C. 8. Cobb, A. B. Burrows, P. J. Brennen, DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1006. NO. 66. J. B. McDougall. R. S. Legate. C. C. Jlnk , W. 8. Hibbard, NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. v.- mm. J^pening, f K zgiiu GRAND DISPLAY . OF m ■'JW ill Millinery, Suits, Coats, ■ Skirts, Silks, Dress Goods, Hp f" — Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery. ■■ ■ . . r riu ■ T.-.WHp«a|31|B5 A* ?.ii .V-. 1" < • •'i ; -■j i J '• W •;• Everybody Oordially ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 September 1906

L hst. x- .. fft :' K •, ift, - ~f''V • I'JKa j ' " li I*, BK:v: I I rhwIIM ' ife'' if v | ® J ill I ■;i" ?v' wM i m Hf Wmjm •'• >r jMf M R%i, v. 1 5 3y m m. if M W.i ";:w" r. ■.>■■■ _ "; ;"]:T J: ✓. THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, BEPCTMBEBM. vC/.X.;- law if THE OERISON DAILY HERALD TUB HKKAM3 FVBMBHJNO CO.. PUBLISHERS. Office of publication No JOS WMt Wood- erU Street, tx ii «on. Texas. Entered at the f'oetoffice at Penlaon a second-da** matter. show and In addition some of the very j best stock from other state* will stop j here en route to the Dallas Fair. The event has Men well advertised and every horseman and stock-raiser has been fully Informed about It The biff purses and premiums attracted them and they are coming to the Denlson Fair. It v-'ill be a show worth seeing. Terms at aulwicrlptlon— Dally; One Week * •' One month Three niontha <1/ paid In advance). ■ *■«>• TUB SEMI-WKKKl,T HERALD. One year 11.00 Hlibafitbera dealflne the address of th«'r pajmre ch;i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 September 1906

y' 3,5 >t >l: T p m2!:' C ,«j. iA "i .. *',*«[+<i *■. -/ ® '.„• 1 V.-V u. ,. ft; ;•• .:,'!?y :?/, '!■ |-.* ■■■:'>^X^y ' '' ] ^ ,ff Irollifwpl DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. inn SEAT NEWS ITEMS blcan .••'£&lOgffi divorce QAM ',110 ENTIRE TIME OF JUDGE 8. L. JONES YESTERDAY, Hi IE FOR TEXAS EX-SLAVES voters of the Enterprise Decide [ That an Advisory Board Compos- ed of White Men Is Necessary to Success — Interesting Mothers' Meeting. !Mro,!lJ!®Ieral North Texas towns at the Travis Street C. P. Church, Sherman, thlB evening at 7:30. The meeting will be addressed by Rev J ihi!VOn!n,J)-J>• LL. D., of Philadel- phia. Dr. Worden is a noted man, a ?ir^*^re?«'ler aa<* Sund*y school spe- cialist. His lectures at Dallas, Port Worth and other Texas towns were highly appreciated. While Presbyte- rians conduct this meeting, its is in no Bpnse sectarian, and all Sunday- school people are cordially invited A number of Denison people will leave on the 6:15 interurban for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 September 1906

I 1 ■ !• |HB HsSPP RHK.'; K: sjieSi* '■ I 1 M m r I I :f;. \ li .4 £ ' !* B V HyLjni V# I f ■ THE DENISON DAILY HERALD. FEIPAY, ggPTEMggg jg. = Open a Box for the Children ;|jf Leave it where they can reach it. Watch them gain in weight Watch their cheeks grow ruddy with health and life. Uneeda Biscuit are the |only| Soda Crackers— the most nutritious food made from wheat, therefore the most wholesome food for children. In a dust tight, ' moisture proof package NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY I < > I < ► < <> < > SHIINOIN CREAM SILVER POLISH SOMETHING NEW Just what Its name Implies— a Cream Silver Polish. No more dirty silver or tarnished Jewel- ry—cleans all in an instant. It Is always ready. Guaranteed < I not to Injure anything, no mat- ted how fine. Absolutely free \ J from ammonia, acid, cyanide of < > potassium or any other poison *1 or Injurious substance. We will be glad to show you. 251 PER JAR- k B. Moore, f JEWELER. 216 W. Main St. BUSINESS SHOWS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 September 1906

it fii . the monthly consumption of a of a Million Pounds mm , >wwm ers i f 't7J, indicates high Qualities, delicious flavors and popular prices. Fresh- ! r t ness is also a factor in the maintenance of this record. Sold by all the leading dealers. ,' ..(-CP™* I ■ Aluminum Ware WILL not scorch or burn. will not rust or corrode. will not crack or scale. WE HAVE IT ' ... • ' - vm Hall-Leeper *• Hardware Company ■ TU„. ZT;V'' '• ■ I #; , i ere Is Nothing L nicer for dress or light walking shoes tl * than a pair of our plain too, welt L soles, blucher cut, Cuban heel boots, T I College top. O. V.-^V y *■ ' W* I ' . \ — $.3.50 and $4.00 ^ _ _ . _ BOLDRICK & SWM I . , : , . — wt'~- ok! Lm f Look!!! -at the- BLUE FRONT RACKET STORE H' •'«*,*? 220 Street Did you ever see bo many goods and every piece is a bargain? ix>ok | at the baskets—work baskets, infants' baskets, market baskets, scrap baskets, laundry baskets,, clothes hampers and a turkey on a pump- kin basket. Come and see ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 September 1906

p s= Sash, Doors= Mouldings, Shingles A quality doors, 2 ft, 8 in by 6 ft. 8 In, 1% In thick * 92 00 'A quality doom, 2 ft, 8 In by 6 ft, 8 In, IK m thick $1 60 A quality doors, 3 ft by 8 ft, 1% In thick, for sliding doors, per jltlr $12 00 24 by 86 windows, 2 lights JJl 75 26 by 34 windows, 2 lights gl 75 40 by 36 windows, 2 lights $4 00 40 by 34 windows, 2 lights $3 25 Prices of other size* on application. 8 by 8 porch columns, 8 ft long, solid cedar bored i... $2 75 Kot made from staves. 34-round, per 100 ft -30£ Window and door stops, per 100 ft • •30<^ Other mould kept in stock. Jte<l cedar shingles, per 1,000 g3 25 Bols fl'are fence posts 12£ Free delivery to any part of the city. DENISON LUMBER CO. 600 West Main Street. CHAS;' L. DEFFEBACH, Mgr. THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. BMEia , ■ - BgJb&lfi ' M ;ri; Stf'< I' ■ r ®. M ma I'll ' ... Little Girl's Obstinate Case of Eczema — Instantaneous Relief By Cuticura--Little Boy's Hands and Arms Also Wer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 September 1906

' THE PBIUgO* DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 gMnpson. nt * 1 *w« T. Y HELP WANTED Male. Want «dvertlslnfl "raises Mlartes" oftener than they are raleed by "the gsnarosity and appreciation of employ- til eoweene elee wants him, and tries to «ot him. , I gpl J£MPH> smaj 1 of Denison. J itys A ban nan, Tex. ,WK ACM « <treet. West bu~—™ j,A.n (: atre,,t j?lm luownbrldie. 21V Chestnut street! x«w phone S3, ./ ix LOTS, good 4-rootn house, good -.11 «ood cistern. fine lawn. plenty of £?it tr""d lllirn and outbuildings, for lUoo. W Washington street 3-tf I GOOD 6-room hou fences and outhu. I West Hull street, I |o monthly pay*"**1 unrilKABLE R gear* and M' eats. " reel. J)tS. „ ... _ jrner, 1080 down, balance F. E. WUr.mo 10 l2® 1100 FEET corner Good lmproveou. 150 per month, central loeatl— art on time. I ' " * and Bcullln. ts for *42 to nil or .part rnsh, or ices. J. H. ; •• c'vic . 18-" part — fieaaeib . , - ARSICO, , ure guaran—_• i bring back to your iff. Wb«i tianrtcoa f .. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 28 September 1906

Bfe'Sff w I m w Yt THE DEMIiOH DULY HERALD, TODAY, SEPTEMBER 28, Don't Neglect that cough. It might lead to something serious. There Is a very, pleasant way of get- ting rid of lt->and. that's by sip- ping a little of Hanna's Toiti Tar and Wild Cherry, with Honey. Mind,.you don't have to dose your stomach. Just sip the syrup and It reaches the affect- ed parts add heals them quick- ly. There's nothlngilnjurious in It, you could swa pw the dose and not be harmed a particle, but what's the use? This syrup is put\ up right here in our drug store and we know what's in it. It is sold right herd in Pent- son. has affected hundreds of speedy cures and we know what It will do. Phone for a bottle. HANNA The Up-to-Date Druggist. ♦ * ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ► Wrigloy's Mineral Scouring Soap;; Read a few of the things this soap will do: It will clean painted wood- work, floors, windows, oil cloths, woodenware, glass and crockery, marble floors and bath tubs. It will scour and poilsji tin. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

r 4iOO O'OLOCK , ^ staM NtUoul Bank. DENISON. TEXAS. w. o. ft |S— IP Directors: BDUiu B. &•£& >■ £ uaFufll. A. W! Acheaon, • * a K. Platter. IH . « *■; r""! ■'■;•' SIXTEEN PAGES VOL. XVIII. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1906. *£&& '■ J #£g%gk. P. National Bank of Denison, DBNISON, TEXAS. CAPITAL llOO.OOf SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100.04* Director*: J. J. McAlentur, H. Kea«nsburg«ft W. B. MuiiBon, C. 8. Cobb, A. 8. Burrows, P. J, Brennatv J. B. McDouicall, R. 8. Leente, C. C. Jink*, W. 8. Htbbard, NO INTEREST PAID ON OBNERAI. DEPOSITS. NO. 67. A WORD ABOUT YOUR NEW FALL SUIT OR COAT Be wise and don't boy your new Fall Suit or Coat until yon wm hire seen oars. They The ^b^ry~oI\",' ,n,llrtneas tad finiah yon can not «* *•? : ,h "V- \ A new lino^ol rery swell Plaid Coats lor Mioses and Ladles by express today.' A now line of Tory awell Walking Skirts in plaids and ;: 7 plsin material, opened today ?1 MJZ ft; llll I I. MADDEN'C ONE PRICE-CASH THE PUCE TO BUY SHO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

y i ; ■ i i AI m I > ' fob i SI li W li'I Psl % m is " * ' -H P -'-'',^ ''wRMni THE DElf ISO If DAILY ATTHDAY, 8IPTMCBM THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THE HERALD PUBLISHING CO.. PUBLISHERS. Office of publication No. 305 WMt Wood- ard Mtr«ct, L e/it on. Texas. Entered at the Fostoffle* at Oenlaon aecond-claas matter. Terms of «ub«crtpUon—Dally: On« W«ik * 1* Una month -f® Three mouths (If paid In advance).. 1 .>9 THK SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. Ono yter 11. Oo A- Bub«or1ber dcsliin* the BddreM of thefr papers ohang«-d will r.l 'a « £lve botfc the old and the now addrcM. TELEPHONES NO. 21. LABEL> SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2D, 1900. Stick to It—that Is what makes for utlimate success. The smile that won't come off is not positive proof of sincerity. the conaervatlvu element of both the old iMirtie*. The sign* of the time* are beginning to point in that dlrec-. tlon. Texas is badly in need of progres- slveness at Aaatin. and the Herald trusts that Colonel Campbell will prove to be the light man in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. AT SHERMAN lee savage, a will know* COTTON PLANTER, TALKS OF CAOP PROSPECT*. official must accept pay lE'jVj_ '-'"y \ Candidate for Office Cannot A®ree to \ serve Without Salary — Rev. ; James Worden Delivers an [ Interesting Address on Sunday School Work. . S ' I Sherman office of Herald. «ut aide of ■duare. Items of Sherman new* re- vived for pubUwtlon. Matters per- taining to Sherman circulation en I careful attention. New 'phone. No. 77; old phone No. 78. Sherman, Tex., Sept 29.—Lee Sav- a, a well known cotton planter who sides a mile and a half northeast o£ erman, said yesterday afternoon it he did not believe that his cot- on would yield more than one-fifth bale to the acre. Three weeks before the boll weevil came Into fields he had hopes of the yield ig one-third of a bale per acre, but r examination of the crop yester- sbowed him that there will not more than one bale to five acres. The work of the weevil In his field in thos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

W: •. fe. II r Hi m R-4 11 * k% ■ ' Wtyx v ' m. .,* * t > WmfmWm? THE DEingOy DAILY HERALD, 8ATUEDAY, 8EP™??*-29 ... —i TO RUN FAST FRUIT TRAINS M., K. & T. 13 PREPARING TO GRAB AND HOLD CALIFOR- NIA FRUIT SHIPMENTS. FRISCO ADOPTS NEW PLAN wired to headquarters. Instructions have been, or soon will be. sent to every train dispatcher that the trains are to be given precedence over ev- erything except fast passenger trains. A delay wblch Is not well explained will cause trouble. The future of many a chief dispatcher as well as train dispatchers will depend upon ihe method used in handling the fruit train*. An effort will be made by the Katy to get the trains from Fort Worth to Kansas City, a distance of Got; miles, in twenty hobrs. This will give them an average of twenty-five miles an hour. To Prevent Car Shortage the Road Will Not Load Non-Transferable Commodities in System Cars. Katy to Put on Another Cotton Train, The fast fruit service from Los An- • geles to Kansas City, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

■'" P ■!_'. A " • -XJg ?-r~ Hi: 1 % mWM m MWlSOM mULT HMLALD, SATURDAY, SKPT1MBER 29. ',. f^p| 'J ?■;/ ?|iil PllPPilM :''■ THI MONTHLY CONSUMPTION OP A Quarter of a Million Pounds ■ : v •' ' -.im StwATO — r- . ; LOCAL NEWS NOTES ' " '■« TONIQHT'8 EVENTS. Indicates high qualities, delicious flavors and popular prices. Fresh- .! is also a factor in the maintenance of this record, ness « Sold by all the leading dealers. ($&> LJ| T 11 S II, Aluminum Ware . ;• WILL NOT SCORCH OR BURN. WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. WE HAVE IT m'mm -• •— Hardware Company —■ There Is Nothing yij .-• nicer for dress or light walking shoes than a pair of our plain toe, welt soles, blucher cut, Cuban heel boots, Collego top. I- • I I VSV ■W-1 0: $3.50 and $4.00 . ! . ] I • Look! L ■ Look!!! AT THE BLUE FRONT RACKET STORE V 230 Main Street Did you ever see so many goods and every piece is a bargain? Look •t the baskets—work baskets, Infants' baskets, market baskets, scrap | baskets, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

• -V - ' ■ $ W&mvk .. I THE DEKISOW DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, BEPTEMBttJ^ m ' i P' Ms, H it .n Don't Be Cold Buy a BUCKS STOVE. It will give more heat tor less money than any other stove sold. Call at our nture and see them. IMPORTED CANNED GOODS JUisHian Cavar, French Sar- dines, Italian Tonno. This Ton- no is the beat fish that grdws in the sea, and is canned in pure olive oil and contains no poisons or drugs whatever. If you like a cold lunch try a can and you will be convinced. Frank Mamola 207 W. Main. Beth Phone*. Every Little Bit Helps 4 ► We can't save you much on «. ii? one thing but we can save \you a little on everything. A Stook of 1 --Fresh Goods--;; and every article guaranteed to pass the pore food Inspection. Try us. i THE CASH HOUSE ; ; SMITH A PIERCE, Props., 202 Main Street. See PItzer And let him fix you up a policy In the New York Life, the best company and the best policy of all. Drop us a postal and we'll come and explain it to you In detail. Don't put it of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

• ■' <■ I \ m if 8& w rJW't V* 4 '- .•.:x .-t- *«W'5t .Mj? 51 tJfe- ' Ar . ■; I WfeVSfr .'■ ii TBI DEHiBOH DAIJL.Y HEKAJLJJ, JSATUKUA Y, ttJCFTEHBEK 29. *•" • • ■ -" *" ■ ~~ — --— . ■ - .. _. _ ~~ _ . v_ —_ m 2 Don't allow your dollars to 1 I " V w i I A ■ ■ ■ ■ Ml | Jfc#1 A flliAMiA x "loaf," you would have BamV wm FOB Real Batata. IfE^HOOM 'houHC, W . **ter: Fni W>ft Gundy. <M*U CrTTKiuDKNCB No. Ml West Crawford Uwd 5-room bouse. city wttr, I l-ii electric llghta and gaa. J-._H; upson. 116 Nortti avenu IT > small farm 4 miles aouthweat Must mU^Ux tha,n«t «0 .* t - penlson t. A bargain, rj, Tex- [e acre or six lots on Washington trest Best building site in city. l0(M). iwhouse and lot 907 Nelson street, lohn Rrownhridge, 117 Chestnut street. Sew phone 38. 42f Washington street. 3-tf fwell Ifruii r«.7««- |TacrK FARM five miles southeast of !hv mi Iron Ore Creek, 105 acres in ultWution, two good houses and two Liis Honham junction station on fc «W)D 6-room house, two ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

, SlifIS m JM if ir 9 § BfL, ft i I "Tr :I I <:■ III «■' \ Don't Neglect that cough. It mlgbt lead to something serious. There is a very pleasant way of get- ting rid ol It and that's by sip- ping a little of Hanna's Tolu Tar and Wild Cherry, with Honey. Mind, yon doa't hare to doM your stomach. Just sip the 'syrup and It reaches the affect- ed parts and heala them quick- ly. There's nothing injurious in It, you could swallow the doae and not be harmed a particle, but what's the use? This syrup is put up right here in our drug store and we know what's In it. It is sold right here In Deni- son, has affected hundreds of speedy cures and we know what It will do. Phone for a bottle. HANNA The Up-to-Data Druggist. ♦ THE DENISON DAILY HXKALD, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 tOOOOSMOOOOMOOOOSeeOOOO ► t Wrigley's Mineral Soouring Soap ► Read a few of the thinga this I soap will do: ► It will clean painted wood- ► work, floors, windows, oil I cloths, woodenware, glass and ► crockery, marble floors ...

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