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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

by 12171 rlM iWj ltB ! DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 29 Twins -y.i:,, -There was * yap'com® « >oard the it a BP®" Ba,d CaJeb Ml*' the teran bartender on the Mississippi rer paehet City of Natches. "that w made me tired. Came into the t an" fiddled around more 'n some, fr this brand o* whiskey an' afore he concluded to take t'oth- ! poured out four fingers when Id make up his mighty mind, an' id to pay with a short bit. lBat wa'nt Vhat put me out o' con- ' with him, though. What stirred j op was the way he talked about river. Wanted to know what c'lar p'ints there was about th' ol' jpp' *t was different f'm any driver, 'thouten 'twas 'cause 'twas ■p. course, 'twa'n't no use to ex- , nothin' to a yap like that But I I to tell bim somepln' about things Jed to be did on the boats t likely n't happen nowherea else on earth, i ago. Then I'd been talkln' to him a I got some het up, 'count o' the avatin' way he had o' slurrln' ev- xly an' everything, an' I told him the Peters twins. ...

Publication Title: Denison Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

MMf Mmwm NKN . v. ' * > ( kf * fjff Mi fl '® a Ml || :|I ■m I 1%.. 3 I'iJP f /j: i si 10 .'! • .-• • ■ - « • t ' ** rrrrm t > THE DENIBON DAILY HBKALD, SATPBPAY, gEl-TMMBJfr ■ - •' " '* ■'■if. x, THE WORLDJF INDUSTRY Review of the Week's Work of Every Nation on the Globe Where Mechanic* and Artisans Hold Sway. Stops are being taken to organize - answer waa specified by the employ- the Janitors at Minneapolis, Minn. crs. New Zealand tailored* and dress- tuakeiti receive II ."<0 to a <lay. The Lithographers' I'nlon of Ger- ^ many hat won Its Ira-knut, Kainln* ev-j^' (he co(lnc„ try issue tindt-r contention ... /•« , ... ..►*♦ -if van fi i- — Word comes from .Building Trades Council of America has revoked the charter granted to the International Laborers' Union and the latter will no longer be rocognlzed The headquarters of Hawaii that The local Government at Yanco, l'orto ftleo recently voted for some j thcrw ja a wejj.«|efinw| scheme on foot laws frtvornble o a i. . . .. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

fUsti i 1 Hi rv '':'':H" v JKSf ■',■■ • - T* THE DBNI80N DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29- CHAMPION TRUCK RIDER W' Tireless Hobo Who Has Traveled Thirty-Seven Thousand Miles on the Axles of Fast Trains. Having traveled 37,000 miles, portion of which has been ao- Bplished by riding between the ,e bar8 under the sleeping cere of limited express In half a dozen "utiles, Edward Sims, a young man lth Bloomington, W-. as his home, Is " in New York endeavoring to se- employment In the engine room the cook's gallery of any steamer ad for Beunos Ayres, at which lJnt he contemplates renewing ac- ttance with the car examiners of jrj railroads of South America, glms came from Chicago to New fork by the Pennsylvania Limited i Royal Blue Line flyers, journey, from the Windy City to Pittsburg jer a sleeping car and varying his xiierlence between Pittsburg and Mhtngtou by making the trip on the wjf of the Pullman car Oconomowoc. Since he left home, on September g 1901, for his last trip, which ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

•^mi ** *- § #•'.' W$'■< i, I !| ,:; ;fi I ■ 'if - 13 ' ISP ?s. ' '-v */;. •«?,* 4v>4; THE DENI80K DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 39.. ;,,x :— OCT. 2-6 Denison's Annual mm ,.i4 RACE MEET AND :4PM^ fe. MB MB I BIGGER AND BETTER THAN eMMSi'.i - |||| i® This will undoubtedly be the best show of the kind ever held in this city and will eclipse all previous ^ events in this section "■€ ^ ^ ^ $5,000 in Purses The Races The races will prove a grand treat for all. Fjve great races every day; exciting contests between the very best horses of the country, assembled from all parts of Texas and other states; horses that have made records on the greatest tracks. = vM&'; $5,000 in Premiums Fat and FailCy Stock Show $5,000 in Premiums The generous premiums offered this year have attracted the very best stock raisers of Texas and other states and visitors who appreciate fine* stock will find much to interest and instruct. Prize- s t' xm winning stock from all over the country and the p...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

gl—.. —■ '• , -1 . i'0.|i.i.i,;u A''' ■!■"i." ■" • • • - •>'. ■■■I THE DENISOK DAILY HMtALD, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. _L mm 13 in i ' r . ... ■ a Tnn tunbT t—i. .. LIFK 18 TOO SHORT. ■ ife Is too short for any vain endeavor, iff ulr\<" silthtn* over vanlnhed day ; F-tUn.- for *^>rn' n0 t*me for ne«idle8« nraicfte— h $ '-h • *■ 1 Life lb to* hort. " ■■'■.! It- , J • •< .'"' If. |h too hor^ for envy to bo nourished; to . umber up the path wo tread— K of the Buffering! hear the cry for hre4d LKo ta too short. • ■• ■' ;< , . - "n* , ,ff. is COO short for avarice to devour Kid rob "teen's souls to seek Ha evil end. Uim- <or bitter thought, you know, my friend l Jfe la tQ0 Bhort< Ke is too short to waate In tear* and cr throve that came but did not stay, sweet to dream, but dreams, too, puns away— Life is too short. El K« Is too short—forgive and be forgiven, Rvhile yet we linger; everything is brief, ere is no time for Idleness or grief. Life la too short. —Selected. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

I MS ; i my 14 fW^i '■ *' V-" ■'' ** ".. \. ' ' i' ■) THE DENISON DAILY HEBALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. mm sU.-'V-' m I m Hi u : 1 I IMP- .1 W m [W ■Hi SCALDED, HE KAN HALF MILE The boilers at the pumping station Of the Atlantic City waterworks at Absecoa, N. J., blew out recently. Three men were in the narrow, hlgb vaulted room at the time. Tbey were Joseph Meuara, a fireman, and HeisekJ- ab Adams and Archibald, Connelly, stokers. Aa the water tubes were rent with a roar plainly beard In Atlantic City, three miiea away, the room wan filled with scalding rteain and blazing cin- ders. forced ant of tho flre pan* ty the back draft. The cloud suffused the room in an Instant, burying each man from the sight of hi a fellow* tn a thick blanket of tog. Tbe three were driven back. Medcra being blown through a door into the open, safe, but stunned and burning. Modern'* flrat thought was of his fel- low*. There was no one within ball- ing distance to bring help, and the roar Of the broken wat...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

■ *M9 * ^ -i*r' = Sash, ri Mouldings, Shingles A Quality door*, a ft, 8 in by « ft. « In. jn thick •••• ••• •••«♦••• *92OO A Quality doors, 1 ft, 8 in by 6 ft, 8 in 144 In thick SI 60 * Quality doors, 3 ft by 8 ft* 1* in Thick, for slldin* doom, per pair •••••• * 'VU Vv 24 by 86 window*, 2 lights #1 75 26 by 84 windows, 2 lights 81 75 40 by 36 windows, 2 lights £4 00 i0 by 34 windows, 2 lights 03 25 prices of othsr on application 8 by 8 porch columns, 8 ft long, solid cedar bored ,••••••82 75 Not made from staves. ground, per 100 ft 30 Window and door stops, per 100 ft • 30^ Other mould kept In stock. Red cedar shingles, por 1,000 83 25 Bois J'arc fence posts 12# Free delivery to any part of the city, denison LUMBER CO 600 West Main Street CHAS. L. DtPPIBACH. Mflr. Summer Tourist Rate TAKE THK Old Reliable. rrejffor-i Through trains, sleepers *nd chair cars without change north to St Louis and Kansas City; south to . Shreveport, Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco. Houston. Galveston, Austin a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 September 1906

..... .. *• THE DEHI80* DAILY HERALD ■' ii-* THE FIRST QUARREL A MATTER OF LEGS. A COMPARISON wmmwimm •til 7>* Mr i'VRM? ~~ v.. mi ■H Say, mister, have you sot • old auit for eale? It would juat fit ma. MIGHT BE CHEAPER. Helen—89 he Jilted her. eh? That must have made her feel cheap Orace—Not as cheap as he might wish. She computes the damage to her heart at $25,000 B08T0N 80CIETY "MAN. Elderly Lady—Wa that your atatar I «aw you with yeaterday, Johnny? Johnny (aged alx)—Do I look like a fellow who'd waste his time >>n sisters? Viaitori "Wall, Harold, what are you going to be when you grow up?" Harold: "Oh, I'm going to be • aailor, but baby*a only going to be juat an ordinary father. PO88IBLE MOTIVE. Maperaon—Just look at that ocean greyhound go! Merman—Tea; I wonder If some aea urchin hasn't tied a tin can to its tail! THE BILLING LA8T8 When It comes to love affairs. After the round of successful wooing, Aside from ordinary cares, The billing lasts much longer than the coo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 October 1906

State National Bank, P0IIBON, TEXAS. It *■ *■ -.aw«" %.«5Safe. AMtatant Cuton. rAL IIW.OWI JB and PHOFITS.. JQ0.60# Ellhu B. HlMhaw, BIMott. U N. Robb r~ Madden, O. T<- HlurKford. ' LlnKO, y H. TobWr McIX.u«*n, a. W. Aobeson, , 1 $ '<i Mm- NO. 68. Rig '■'■"iSSlb. vol. xvm DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1906. ♦? MM ot the fej;' THE ONLY THING ABOUT THE IMPERIAL $3.00 HAT THAT'S LIKE ANY OTHER $3.00 HAT 18 THAT IT COSTS THE SAME PRICE. WORTH MORE MONEY THAN THE USUAL HAT BUT YOU BUY FOR *3.00. NO OTHER MAKES SHOW THE DISTINCTION AND NO OTHER MEN ARE SO DISTINGUISHED IN APPEAR- ANCE AS THE CHAPS WHO WEAR THE IMPERIAL $3.00 HATS. WE ALSO SHOW A NEW NOBBY LINE OF THE CEUtBATED CHAMOIS $3.00 DERBY IN FEATHER WEIGHT8. OUR HAT vSTOCK 18 THE LARGEST IN THE CITY AND WE WOULD BE GLAD TO , SHOW YOU THE LINE. ALL 8HAPES IN THE LEADING COLOR8. M A D D E N'O I ¥ I 0N£ PRICE-CASH THE PUCE TO BUY SHOES KJ AL ADAM8 A SUICIDE. lout Policy King Killed Himself Last Night. York, Oct 1.—A1 Adams...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 October 1906

WW' w HI; !f 1 M KYI' * TT-3 '.yaK(wm • / 1 ■Jtafc'ijfc'iiiii '.yrsMsxy&r* ilPl! , «) THE DEN180W DAILY iggALP. MONPATTOCTOBP^. -rr- THE DENISON DAILY HERALD ; WITH THE EXCHANGES THE HEJtAI-O Pt'BMSHJNG CO.. FOBLlSHElia Office of publication No. 345 Wood- ard Street. Dtnlion, rI>x*ia. Entered at the Poatofflce a< Denlson a •ecorid-i lu matter. Term of aubxcrlpMort—Dally: One Wp«k <>n« month • Three montna (If paid In advance) I .16 «0 1.5# tt+v THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERAID. Oriu ytur 11.00 {tuber r!N r<i d***trlnit th* address of lh«'r papor* rt\nnf"<\ will nk*a « K*ve both the old and the new addreaa. TELEPHONES NO. 21. ruNioN (w^^gfD' SgsiaD*^ MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1306. Yon can nmially toll clap trap by Its hollow nf>sti. Tbe practical man learns the views of the theorist ami turns them into money. Tin Just with yoiiraelf and you need have no fear but that you will bo Just with your follow man. It is wall that the season of poltti- t cat primaries tn Texas and the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 October 1906

is FROM COUNTY SEAT )RK ON DALLAS INTERURBAN \ TO BEGIN OCT. 10. ■ ■ ' ■ A. L. Peterman Returns from Vlr- gInia—Ordination Borvlco at First Baptist Church. SHERMAN EVENTS TONIOMT. grinan Lodge No. 1288, M. B. A., "refilllar meeting, Wetencamp Hall. j,ty Council, regular fneetlng. City Hall. lftDQ6r Council No, 43, Jr A* O. TJ. M., regular meeting, Woodmen Hall. Btlc Lodge No. 12, K. of P., regu- lar meeting. K. of P. Hall. [hernian Local No. 1, N. A. 8. B., reg< ular mooting,'over 201 West Hous- ton street. ! in office of Her* 14, east side of •qttsrt. Ic«m« of Sherman news re- ceived for I t«inlns to t careful publication. Matters per- Jhermsn circulation f'i en [ careful attention. New 'phone. No. 77; [ old 'phono No. 74. German, Tex., Oct 1.—A meeting the stockholders of the Sherman- jlas interurban, which was recent- ..Incorporated, was held in Dallas jturday afternoon. The following era were elected: [j. F. Strickland, president; D. A. empleton, J. S. Heard of McKlnney, R. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 October 1906

■•■ft , -X m :-s 1ft m ' S-i THE DENISOIf DAILY gBBALD, MONDAY,JOTp3 *l: 111 I White Lead Paint The best painters still use pure white lead, and pure linseed oil, and they secure results, both in -ap- pearance and in. wearing qualities, which can be* had in no other way. If your paint has peeled otf.the house, it was not Collier Pure WJiite Lead 1 (Mads by the Old I>utch Proccu) and Pure Linseed Oil. Paint made of these ingre- dients wears smoothly and does not peek 1 NATIONAL LEAD! COMPANY Cimrk Avenue aixi 10th Street, St. Lotus, Mo. For *!« by first-class dealers. ! HAWLEY CULLED TO BUFFALO OFFICIALS TO CONSULT HEAD OF SWITCHMEN'S UNION. Kansas City Switchmen Asked to Name Committee—Chance* of a Strike Are Lessening. Grand Master Hawley of tbe Switch- men's Union has been called back from his Texas trip to Buffalo, N. Y., tiy railway officials of that city who desire to consult with him, and other officers of the anion, relative to the demands recently made for shorter hours a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 October 1906

, h'.- v > ' ' , • H T-T "JP! V i _THJB DBHI80N DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER I. S W« will strvt * i, .> - tvv •: ;K I 1 ►morrow at the Exposition Building In the Fair Grounds. You are cordially Invited to HiK l—>m>msismswstsisisistsisi isisiiwn I , ■ V' • v; <$ a§g Aluminum Ware :-zv ••. * ' ■--'iiji < * WILL NOT SCORCH Oft BURN. WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. „i>y WE WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. HAVE IT mm—mm Hardware Company !' s« ft. r" We Are Showing ' "'vV'.* '•>' . • ■. i Some Extra Values In men's $3.50 shoes this sea- son In all the new patterns and leathers, gun metal, velour calf, vlcl kid, box calf, wax calf and patent colt skins. We had them all made by one factory that makes a specialty of this price shoes. They are the best we have ever had to offer. BOLDRICK & SWAN See our line of men's hose at, per pair 25* Close at 6 P. M •9 -AT the- | BLUE FRONT RACKET STORE 220 Main Street Just unpacked another lot of fancy china. The prettiest line of Japanese...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 October 1906

v: " , 3 Wmmc-r mkM THE DENI80H DAILY HERALD, WF wi , ■ ~ lav n Hi M:s >\ aSS EJ5J \ ifkm! m OCT. 2-6 Denison's Annual RACE MEET AND FANCY STOCK SHOW BIGGER AND BETTER THAN BlBemiM > w This will undoubtedly be the best show of the kind ever held in this city and will eclipse all prevli Ng events in this section ^ ^ ^ ^ . . i The Races , . ' i $5,000 in Purses $5,000 in Purses i - s The races will prove a grand treat for all. Five great races every day; exciting contests between the very best horses of the country, assembled from all parts of Texas and other states; horses that have made records on the greatest tracks. ~—======^^^ $5,000 in Premiums Fat and Fancy Stock Show $5,000 In Premiuim The generous premiums offered this year have attracted the very best stock raisers of Texas and other states and visitors who appreciate fine stock will find much to interest and instruct. Prize- winning stock from all over the country and.the pick of all previous exhibitions have been sec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 October 1906

' ' • , : -■ ' IP Want advertising "raises salaries" oftener than they are raised by "the generosity * <*ir$ ■ -zwiim daily herald, monday. october 1. ^/o',Tm North" Rusk uv"nue. 17-1 "' ' ' r*f RKBIDENCB ?±n/onCtx« K R«>* a% J" 0X^Ci£t 'baMlnif&e"'*. ^.ll$r000. SnThouse .ndlo.„ TS" .tree . john Brownbrldge. 2iJ Chestnut street. fjfw phone M' r- ■"•• *-r— s : v- ^aasurssgr-,% ljJO fi.room houae, two lots. Kood nd outbuildings, corner. 1080 w"si Hull street; |t00 down, balance In monthly payments. F. B. Wtteon ". '■ c. j. omii No. «tr<«> ■ FEET corner Chestnut and ScuUIn "Good Improvement*. Rent* for $42 to MOper month. WUI seirsll or part Central location. Cheep for cash, or part on time. All conveniences. 3. H. 'tundell. Household Goode. E5«CO. one solid bat felt mattresses, [are guaranteed not to yet lumpy, neither get out of shape. If they don't [ giv satisfaction in 10 days' trial, trine back to your dealer and get your money. When you buy. be sure to ask for Mar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 October 1906

!* m tR '. wx i 1'- .'. V' • 1 '•• ' " •' ;'.i" ; Em 3 -v; i v if ■ VI: B *' ,4% k Wsl i •l WWMVS: > * V fti % ,;m :: v THE pgfngoypun jjomep, MPWPAY, OOTOBEK L. a##! T* Jtxi I "Wm * :&-r # ••• • • V;">:? ...Begin in Time... . jv TAKE Beef, Iron & Wine A TONIC for building up the system, pu- rifying and thickening the blood — strengthening, nutri- tious, palatable—ft will help you to withstand the cold win- try weather. 75* the bottle. Store Closed Wednesday. HANNA The Up-to-Data Druggist, ♦ COFFEES COFFEES If there Is any one thing we are cranky about it is coffee. < ► In the first place we have the quality; in the second place we have the electric coffee mill, ♦ and can pulverize or grind any way to suit you. Our leading brands are Gold- J | en Gate, Club House, Red Rib- bon, White Swan. Wo also 4 handle a full lino of the <' Waplea-Platter fresh roasted. \ \ Try a pound of Dixie, 20c. Fresh roasted each week. tKNAUR-BROWNil Grocery Co. WASHING WITHO WATER •t D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 October 1906

f;nO O'CLOCK ■ n*' . State National Sank; denison. tbxas. L> H&3& W. PUtUr.' Tr—l trnT Vic®-Pres. W.O. O^J£r /uo, Jtuti _T. r "'fi Assistant Cm-Wars. .TAtj • PLUS and Directors: SW*glK0 w. Madden. O. L. BlaoKford. a rjnijo, F. H. Tobln. n; ' jr itcOuuiall, A. W. Aobeson. BifljL r. Plotter." Lfj. ' :: L.7. v-. ; C. 8. COBB. President Vtoe-Preatd H. 8. I.KOATE, Cashier. P. J. BUKNNAN, Ass't Csshle* J. J. M'ALBBTBR. •IdtmL National Bank of Denison, DKNISON. TEXAS. ■M' iif? -"m vol. xvni. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1906. NO. 69. CAPITAL 8URPLU8 and PROFITS.. 100.001 Directors: J. J. MeAlester, H. UfKPnsburger. W. B. Munaon. C. 8. Cobb. A. 8. Burrows. P. J. Brenner. J. B. McDourall. R. 8. Legate. C. C. Jinks. W. S. Htbbard. NO INTKREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. \■ £ . Tba Iftmy of tii« This Sto «•«■—* - Will Close Wednesday Noon—Labor Day Celebration * Make Tour Purchases \ in the Morning. N'Q IUY SHOES VJ THE PUCE TO BUY ILL BE HOJWCE IN 1907 |EW YORK YACHT CLUB FIRM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 October 1906

■V" '?'•>[ r " KBpESxS :, v .. ..;t ^ ,: . • ;"t< IPW THE DENISON DAILY HEBALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER JL —— ft '• IS Wk i; wm '1; ■■ ■ ■ ' { I J THE OENISON DAILY HERALD | TUB HERAI.D PITBU8HING CO.. PUBLISHERS. Oftto* of publication No 305 W t Wood- ara Sireet, Denloon. T«*;« ■ Entered at tho I'ostnfflre at penlson a* second-ciasa matter. of what this means In the way of en- tertainment. The racing given prom- ise of rare sport. More than 800 horses have been entered for the 112 events scheduled to take place. Sat- urday. the opening day, is to he press Pay. Terras of subaorlptlorv—Datiy: One ffftk 1 •'£ Ono month . Three month* (If pal<l in advance).. 1.69 THE BEMI-WEEKEV HERALD. Ono y<; r 11. oo Subscriber* d<>iilrlnjr th< address of the'r papers ohenwd will n> « alvo toor.il th® old and the new address. TELEPHONES NO. 21. otH> <UNION TUESDAY, OCTOBEIl 2, 1006. Sometimes eontlnuf.-d failures make a success. , The onion is a strong proposition in South Tex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 October 1906

SOffiBSB! ymT'iiftp mm i> ■ Mil TB^DENJSON DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. How U« you like it when you go to a store that, advertises up-to- dato clothes, latest this, that and the other, and you find "they haven't got 'em?" Men frequently, tell us they have made the rounds of four or five stores and have had just this experience. Whe'n they get around to us they find what they are looking for and quickly say: SHOUT [ nothing outside 5 r routin* 1 business cams up. ;s Qray.on County's Members of Leflisla- ture Strongly Endorse Bailey. Other County Seat News. Bberman office <rfrfHg«MUea* «Me «f ms\Miiro. Items of Snwman n6ws re JSiwd for 'publication. Matter, per- ttlnln* to Sherrotn circulation, r* en careful attention. Now phone. No. 77; old 'phono No. 7t sherman EVENTS TONIGHT. I gherman Camp No. 9, O. W., de- gree team practice, Woodmen Hail. Jarpentera' Chapter No. 183, O. E. S regular meeting, Masonic Temple, herman Rebekah Lodge No. 125, I. 0. 0. F., regular meeting, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 October 1906

Jp: . A "J..+ . , -. _ am* * ^ 1 V THE DENI80W DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTgggLji- ■m # m el '< 15 B! am mi HI 111.: sJiif M "J® 18 I M Wm WHITE SWAN SALMON All midcfle cuts from the early Spring Royal Chinook Columbia Rivet Salmon, the finest flavored fish that swims. Alarge, whole steak which breaks into delicate flakes, rich in color, delicious in flavor, perfectly preserved in its natural freshness, packed in the finest oil Few people know how really delicious fine Salmon Steak is, try a can of , the White Swan kind and find out what you have been musing all j these years. Every thing good in cans, packed under the Wliite Swan Brand, it your grocer does not keep them, lend us his name. THE WAPLES-PLATTER GROCER CO. Denison, Fort Worth, Dallas ^ Jg> If you arc going to put up A Lunch to take to the fair this Is the best place In town to buy your bread, oaken and pies from. Ev- ery piece that comes out of our ovens Is a suggestion of "more." HOME STEAM BAKERY 927 Woodard Stree...

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