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

H -fe:'.' CK ' y -'* " t -fs •- jJSJf' '*> ' i <r#f , •• ^ '*.?;.7'; ' ?*% k inffilQf3E|flCTl h ■ ■■ ■ ■ * as ,> * gilt gational Bank, |v , jjjpjifion. texas. A. F. PUttOT. . Vlce-Prea. * <rt£3w t«. CaBhicr. If'iL T. F. FOUj, „t C «W°rg" BR ° 1100.00* p'ftoms.. wo.ooo U. U BlaoKforO. P. H. Tobln, , a. w. Acheeon. putter. I • TWELVE PAGES = vol. xvni. ~~ DENIS ON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1906. NO. 72. m; — , 1 — C. 8. COBB. J. J. M'ALESTER. President. Vice - President. K. 8. LEGATE. Cashier. P. J. BItENNAN, Au'l CaMUefe National Bank of Denisou, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL flOO.Otfl SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100,Ofcl directors: J. J. McAlester, H. K< K<nHburgor W. B. Munaon, C. 8. Cobb. A. 8. Burrows, P. J. Rrennan, J. B. McDougall, R. 8. Leg-itu, C. C. Jinks. W. K. Hlbbard. NO INTKnRST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. : The u) rary ol U>« •W<i university ot le* ii it iH: IP?- BSfe WEATHER KEPT CROWD AWAY TRACK WAS HEAVY, BUT RACES WERE INTERESTING AND KEENLY CONTESTED. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 October 1906

——* * ■ - ■, s. BujHHKWHPfPPHw . VM I Kf 'Jm H i •A THE DENISON DAILY HERALD fully develop hut they are already ap- parent ' THE DEJfiaftSTDAILY'HERALD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6. " ' I ■■■' \ . i THE MEB *T H r'-v: t«HT\ i CO . PlBLtSHEKS Cffloa • ? puVlrmttott N« i*i W « WOOd■ j *.*4 limt ^tu.nc. r *** Watered at tlk* I""** • • f " al on watri s.v*!i«r. T«r of n>S*c.- j<: r - Dwlty: Cm K-.k I 'j oee mortfc . .. Tkr*« a-.or. fca «{f s * J i* «4%*ao«).. 1 iS THE SEMS-WKf K!.T HF.RALD. Owe r**r Jt 00 S>ifc«rrtN r« tf« lr:rg ih *.44rMB " t , lh«!r p ^ r r> *' • j fcotfl !h w.J t ;%<• n i ! • *** | TZLSPHOXKI SO. ti. >abTC> SATURDAY. OCTOUEft 6. )906. CAVPAlGH FOP GOOD ROADS. S.w l! -a of w^t [. Udlcity U tw- ine riven over the s jU to the coop- erative n>a« b-.ul-Ita* inaugurated by Serret.ir> 1-*:>>, n < ' the ix-nlson lioard of Trail* can tw <1 awn from the fol- low,rtg; r<l'tor;«! lahea from th>- Will* Point Chronicle A *!r<T'.ti* r \r:v« s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 October 1906

t. .-x-.N' A , * \ ' . ===== r"''" THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 0. 3 SHERMAN taken ,AN SCHOOL BOARD HAS THE MATTER UN- 11 pER CONSIDERATION. COUHTY~SEAT NEWS ' ^ contents Damaged by Fire „ the Extent of $300-EvanBell«t .. ^ preached In'terestinfl Sermon Last Night—Pre- paring for Unvelllnfl. I omen of Herald, east aide of •Hitems of Sherman news re- fi publication. Matters per- to Iherm'in clrculaUfcn a'ten attention. New 'phone. No. 11, No. 76- SHERMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. Lodge No. 45, I. O. O. F., -pilar meeting, I. 0. O, P. HalL Utrraan Local No. 492, P. D. & P< H., ^ regular meeting, Lubor Hall. tomorrow afternoon. Knights of America, regular ^nerting, St. JVlary'a Hall. of Herman, regular meeting, "Herman Halt. \ Sherman, Tex., Oct. 6.—The Sher- Mhool board is considering the ability of starting a night school . tho«a young people of school age ,<by reason of employment, are able to attend Uie day schools. no action has been taken in matter it was discussed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 October 1906

TTr~ 'nffwIiiiiT'Ii w ' wm'py^ •V ' ■ '4^; ■ '! Wf W . ... m it. j 'i'% 'Si THE DEKISON DAILY KEftALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER «- A WM h f IW4™. 1 ,®v ALL THE MEN REINSTATED MATTER OF THE KATY WRECK AT ALVARAOO WAS SET TLED THIS MO*NI>*C. OTHER NEWS OE RAILROADS i <m> not be s^Pt ODtil t|ji work lu< wi*h end ha N*po assigned to the ♦ w -a finished. I Denlson-Fort Worth local There wUJ be but few changes onj Jim Scott. *ien<>grapher to Chief I he system north of Red River A j Clerk E C BnUard of Superintendent number of change* will take place on R. J Sttlllvan office, is ill with fe- 1 ver A D Ret hard, super!ntendetit of i transportation for the M , K. A T„ re lamed yesterday from a trip to Buf- ! falo The Hageabeck show in now being I handled by the Katy in North Texa*. — — | The show'was taken into Waxahiwhie FARMERS STEAL LABORERS. p«,i night M K (hit. a conductor oa the .+.♦ * • * • J HEARD ABOUT TOWN t>je Texas system. Night traina will be scheduled both waj« bet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 October 1906

>y:,\ Prn THE DENISON DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6. 5 • Find Us at the Fair Grounds Serving j WW" v $$.. $11 L.Coffee that retails foe 26 ots, the pound • ha« a 35 oent flavor. !W;, Mi' PURE Aluminum Ware WILL NOT SCORCH OR BURN. WILL Nofr RUST OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. Ill I® fc;V WE HAVE IT lall=Leeper Hardware Company What Is more needed for children going to school# than a good pair of shoes? We are showing a strong line of heavy sole, viel kid and gun metal leathers this season. We had them all made by a factory that does not. make anything but children's shoes, so t^ey have the very best of fitting qualities and are not stiff and heavy on the feet; 8Vi to 11 and 11 Vi to 2. $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 & Swan •'.2 I Everybody wants to visit the two greatest shows that were ever in North Texas—the great great Fat and Fancy Stock Show at the Fair lad the other is the Bargain Show at the BLUE FRONT RACKET STORE 220 Main Street A visit to both will prove what we say. be s...

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

r r™ ■ *i £ f I? • M i mfm \Kt THE DBNISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OOTOBERjt m v# ** *8 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦I Home Product j Unprecedented Sale ♦ Robert's Tasteless Chill Tonic 48 bottles first year, 303 bottles second year, 560 bottles third year. 1078 bottles fourth year. ;no evioence of lumber trust e'r'represent# It a attorney. T*> this ■ BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER the New state Tribune ai Muskog,■« ^ ^ Unde^ Management of MASTER IN CHANCERY MAKES HI8 REPORT IN MUS- KOGEE CA8E. re piles by citing a suit filed by the j Santa Fe at Muskogee In the Federal Court last Wednesday In which Henry Asp signs the papers as attorney for the Santa Fe. But,, as a politician , j Raid today, "the h—1 Henry is stirring ; up now ain't nothin" to w{i t he will TISDEL j do if be gets Into Jhat convention.'' TERRITORY NOTES. O. P. Jones, formerly editor of the Red Fork Derrick, has been named as candidate for delegate to the constltu FIRF AT Mill fiRFPIf I T Jtlonal convention by the Social...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 October 1906

4 - f~ •?]l!lk™^.v.',vv®| wm THE DEWI80N DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6. ♦ ••♦?.-♦- ♦!'♦ ?-♦•>•♦•?•♦ ?♦<•>♦'$♦< ♦♦♦«♦*♦ ?•♦ .,♦ t t: t ttttlttltt ^ Don't allow your doling to X I "loaf," If you would have them grow and Increase. Find tasks for them—invest- ment* for them—through the wan: ads. $ lliffc - • •; f fOR SALE ;. wv^v wf<i^r« y Heal «wxl 4-room iiouon, —• JXW®-, flint lawn, plenty of Cd torn and outbuilding., for **Si w««hln*ton street. letf good West Day ;n at oiu*. !Bt. S-lwk lots, Rood .orner, 1030 .. „ .^«'1.V"'i2(jo down, balance Hull Street, uril. n ■^r^pTarui lots on " °*t uay f,Ej If uUcen at ow*. ; ,'0° i*m Wert ! >">• t.roo 111 hOU^i tW tmi outbuildJnfs. Hull street; z Jnonthiy payments. F. K, Wilson. 10-lm.o ItoST'sS S!,i™f location. Cheap for cash, or n„n. All conveniences. Bant Woodard; *"(ff^niM-room house on Kast "Walker, Apply 508 Ka.t Uandj. . • " '"* i ROOM cottnK® *n<* bftth# hot {.riium * , ,fh mnffo. rood- fi£ PS «S? wnA-ted w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 October 1906

t, f> •wt " fit; k I ' THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, 8ATURDAY,_ OCWBEBji. / L; i« x. • ■■ ■ Dirty, Dusty Dust Distributes Itself around in a way that is Tery obnoxious to the rood housekeeper, it makes her happy to- get hold o( a good duster like the ohes we are Bell- in* at 35c, 40c an'i 50c—full lenirth twelve, fourteen and six teed Inches. Good strong dus- ters that wear well ar d chft*e the dust away. We them in moth proof hags acd guaran- tee ihem to be in good condi- tion. FREE DELIVERY. HANNA The Up-to-Date Druga'st. | HAVE YOU TRIED OUR ! COTTOLENE j| It is a very fine substitute for lard. It is So much more health- ful and wholesome, and after you become accustomed to the difference In taste—which is J ► ^ Tery slight—you will like it much better. Why not let us send you a bucket? KNAUR-BROWN j Grocery Co. Exceptional For you to engage In the Heal Estate and Fire Insurance buxinena. No capital Opportunity E&JrftS you In establishing r.n office of your own: many are mak- ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 October 1906

P'fe, THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6. 0 WORLD AT ITS BEST. |i*t old world when the days aw t B" I nl.i W-ll'1 >Vl"'n H rlllnSi_ ^hal Bre M ^"%#fforta that bring faw galnB; «* «"•' wlUl 0ttCh * Tiff Rubles we «<*ve behind I <y?S Claim " •* P° •w**t t0 foolish only alt down and thcy ,nay not nnd* * ,oii world when the wild wind* tlo* . nrc frozen o'er. &+$worUi when the hot atreete 'S brooks through the canyona Pjga old world when the god of ■*£.... his brawny arms, r«? * «* bioom an Wut,rul maiden fondly clings I £ Emed one she charms -oj old world when the heart '^rCdV-ilth remain; «S okl world when the flaw the marital strain; -J^fitif when the sky is blue. Jwmwores float K,mtly ,,OWI?: weSTti be*t when a mans done . JL'I'baric home an a howling "well MSr£ii aid native town. fphifl Chicago Record-Herald. | announcements. • folkiwlnKInvitations were ls- Wednesday: "Mr. and Mrs. -nh Bmtsche invite you to be pres- , ,t >he marriage of their daughter, e t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 October 1906

m V*v Est ■ „ •>* m ' iv i * r ; i < 'a ; i I I FS i,j I i llii ■ '■' ™ito 10 THE DENISON DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6- — HAIR NATURALLY ABUNDANT. nkei It U Ff * ol '« Urmmm Lwirlullr- Kair preparation* ar.! dandruff fap«- «. a rale, .- rt!.c y or irritating affiir* rnit <li o-j earthly ickxI- Hair. do*. <S!«<wum*1, gtow* Tiaturaily. luijr.antly r *r <lr iff l* *b« eau#« of nlr.*-«er.ths of &1I hair trouble, an ! dirMr-iff Is caM d by & germ. Tr>+ o-r.* way lo furt dar.4* aff is to kill tb« K?rm. asd, o far th<s ooiy hair protsrali. r. that *'1H positively dwftroy the g-rrr. '.a N* *v f3'« l^lutrlr harm >■ *. fr- from ' jfre&a- «*i:m*r.t, <iy- mail'r or danger. is druf*. It alUyn IteMrv* Jn*t^rvtly gkway arid a-'/*t a* *l.k "T *>etroy th« ' >n e y >i remove th« effwrt." 8- 4 v ■ ,nsr 4rjfrif'*t« 9*ad 19e. Irs stamp* t • M' rp!ci<l« Co - iwn c. O. Kingston, Special Agent. !! Chi"'p & Sar.'xjrn'fc OPPORTUNITIES IN DAIRYING...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 October 1906

Ji ./'V ' }x" J'• V V h \ .".i. . •_ Bp ■; < m, * ' . " ; ' 1 ■a town! Everywhere you -^le talking about Konderful npw laxative that Headache and Constipation. you hear Etoza big M*e°o! this new rem- Srthich is an Effervescing Fruit fitter that makes a sparkling ^AL-TE-NA in addition to its I htftive qualities, acts as a Tonic -nd Bracer. ! A dose before breakfast acta ♦ly on the bowels, clears away > " « « — •vt n 1v A a headache, and -makes one Z\ good all day. You will hear from this laxative in one hour •fter taking it. Take a dose—then watch the f&jck. SAL-TE-NA is a safe remedy. h Headache Tablets are dangerous ^use of their depressing effect open the heart.; j If you have a headache, the only «fe and sure way to get rid of it is to loosen the bowels by a mild laxative, and there is nothing so good for this purpose as SAL- TE-NA. , , You don't need to take our word for this. Just try SAL- TE-NA and see for yourself what a wonderful Laxative and Tonic it really is. [ ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 October 1906

,.w I • I •7 n iit ■I; B? s 111 THE DEN1S0N DAILY HERALD. iiiinmHiinnnimnmiiiiiiiiiiiiiniMMntiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil""""11"11111111"111"111111111111111"11 ;; :: « •;_____ w mmmmmmmmimjm THAT EXPLAINS IT. ^ APr • - afr - '' '*• HAD NO KICK COMING. NO JOKE. 8HE WAS TIRED. "I hear that H.'jmiet went out on a tour through the west." "Ye)*, lecture tour. I believe.-' "I thought it wns• tragedy. How did it happen to be a lecture tour?" "His wife went alone " WILLING TO EXPERIMENT. '/zzu I The Widow (coyiy): "I suppose that you have been unfortunate in your lo< affaire." The Bachelor: "On the contrary, I have been exceedingly fortunate. I never fell in love with a woman who would have me." Ma: "Why, what's the matter, Bobbie?" Bobbie: "P-pa's just hit himself on the thumb with a H-hammer." - Ma: "Well, dear, you needn't cry about it—you should laugh, if anything." Bobbie: "That'e the t-trouble. He c-caught me l-laughing." Mr. "Staylate—My brain Is getting quite fagged with work. What woull y...

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

(national Bank. ^jjgOK. TEXAS- la. Caaht'f. T. F. Foley. ji.n Ctiflhlcr®. ...noo.oos ^dPKOFTTS.. JW.000 fgrsss-w • u. 1. BtocKforfl. ' v. H. Tobln, lu A. W. Acbeaon. — K Platter. vol. xvm. DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 'f • ♦ 1906. NQ. 73. C S. COBB. 3. J. U ALESTKn, President. Vtce-PreeMenl. K. 8. LEGATE. Cashier. P. J. B1UCNNAM. Ami (.'■shU* National Bank of Denison, DBN1SON. TEXAS. CAPITAL HUltl'LUH and PROFITS.. lM.OOi Dirvciori: J. J. McAleater. 11 Keaensburgar W. B. Munaon, C. S. Cobb. A. S. Burrow*. P. J. Brennan J. B. McDougall. R. S. legate, C. C. Jinks. W. R Hlblwrd. NO INTEREST PAID ON QENERAI. DEPOSITS. ilr.. * and Children's Knit Underwear Ladies HM ■ fall weights . wh(te Ribbed Cotton Union suits, high neck, long sleeves 35^ rream Maco Cotton Union Si Tt e Library of the fleece 50^ El Bleached Cotton Vests, fleec 25# IcUMren's Cotton Vests s^d Pants, flt^o .uieu, ail sizes, 10c to 35^ I Heavy Weight Silver Gray Union Suits, extra fleece, all sizes ■ 50# Wm union S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 8 October 1906

Py-T^ If I I m m w m * • \ 'U« MS .> !?M- r^'V?' THg DKKMOM DAILY HERALD. MOKPAY, OCTOBEB THE DENiSON DAILY HERALD THE HBKAID Pt'KIJfr'HINO CO, PUBLISHERS. Office of publication No J06 W«l Wood- j ■rd Street. Iwnlson. TeiAS. publican ticket, and that Sherman Is i he home of Col. Cecil Lyon, national committer-man and state chairman cf the Republican executive committee, and hazard# the opinion that Grayson County will remain on the map. Here's hopln'. EriteiwJ l the V<M.toff1c at i*r! on • second daws matter. Tsrm* of jtw«?riptlan—Da!iy: OI K Wf k * M one rn>>nth , ;l Three iiioijth* O.t {Mt'i In Jnnc«) . I of THE 8E1IMVF.KKKT HERALD. One y-.mr ... It M B'jlwrlt>er« dralrlrir th* aJtfrran of th 'r prints chari*' 1 «1U five hr.tn lh old ami the now i<Mr<*«e. N *xt Saturday the State Fair will open at Dallas and there is every promise that the entertainment this year will eclipse anything that has ever yvt been attempted. The man agemenr has worked hard and faith-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 8 October 1906

KPHWWHK' THl DENISON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8. HE DAY AT SHERMAN y SEAT NEWS ITEMS lother rees delivered It INTERESTING 8ER. HONS YESTERDAY. machinery ordered B#11 Cotton Mill to Expend $60r ! to Increase the Facilities of Meeting of Promoters of Ex-Slaves' Home Next Thuriday Night. fife „„ . flffico of Herald. east side of ' item ot Sherman newa re- rtr publication. Matter. p«r- r to Sherniin circulation en _J&ntlon. New 'phone. No. 77; 'phono No. NAN EVENTS TONIGHT. . Lodge No. 12. K. of P., regu- ® meeting. K. of P. Hall. v K^Lwal No. 197. C. & J. U, meeting. Carpenter#' Hall. Local No. 1, N. A. S. E., meeting, over 201 West uHt street. ' Twible Friends Commandery No. K. T., regular meeting. Masonic pie. ' Tex., Oct. 8.—At St, Congregational Church three j were converted to Chriatian- i Vwterday and three others united Jtt the church. Rev, Luther Rees [ Paris, who has been conducting ellstic services, preached three _ ni yesterday—one In the morn- ~<me in.tbe ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 8 October 1906

^tUPT ? ■ JVW'.. .. -..Pi?*™ • ,-^H^ * 8&' 1 I I "W ' t.« ■ Uf 111 I THE DEKIIOK DAM HE*A1T>, MOKDAY, OCTOBER 8 No Operation Mrs. Malinda Akers, of Basham, Va„ writes: "I had what doctors call ' prolapse,' and couldn't stand straight. I had pain in my back and shoulders, and was very irregular and profuse. Doctors said an operation was needed, but I couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After tak- ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui, I could walk around. Can now do my housework and am in splendid health." Cardui is a pure, vegetable, medicinal essence, especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It relieve-* " ex:ev ive periodical pains, regulates irregularities, and is a safe, pleasant and re- liable remedy for all sick women. In suc- cessful use for over 70 years. Try it. KATY I. OF L E. IN SESSION ■ E. CORRIGAN OF HILLSBORO RE- ELECTED GENERAL CHAIRMAN OF GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE. inking for the reln i.te«u*nc * ■ * oral iftd *'IH ilio a matter to present. MORE CREWS ADCEO. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 8 October 1906

m: EP ' . * .. v- > •: , - v-' " '■ r ■ - wX, W; ft--' T THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, OOTOBER 8. ♦ 0(0 YOU TRY, 0 —J ♦L. r| ■ i. T I . ^Jr! Wasn't it fine? Did vou notice the 40c flavor? / Tour «rocer sella it in -one pound packages at 25c. - LOCAL NEWS NOTES TONIGHT'S EVENT8. Denlson Opera House, Dandy Dixie Minstrels. date City Lodge No. 25, h A. P. M„ regular meeting. O. R. C. Hall. Lone Star Union No. 114, I. B. of B. & H., regular meeting, Labor Hull. Denlson Division No. 1, 8. B. of T. A. of A., regular meeting, Labor Hull. Bible Class, regular meeting, Y. M. C. A. [u|illlH|r .J BR$. Bi£& PURE Aluminum Ware WILL NOT SCORCH OR URN. Wm nlv WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. .WILL NOT CRACK OR 8CALE. WE HAVE IT ^WArV.: ll=Leeper Hardware Company our now lino of LADIES' BOOTS in latoot styloo VICI KID AND PATENT COLT BUTTON AND BLUCHER I0LDRICK & SWAN \ '■ >/, 8PECIAL SALE EACH DAY THI3 WEEK AT BLUE FRON if CKET 'STORE 220 Main Street on dishes and glassware Tuesday ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 8 October 1906

P^'l i * • *** ■„*,! 9sp fV H THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, ;i Home Product I * > A 31 Unprecedented 5ale t i ► i: Robert's Tasteless | Chill Tonic j 48 bottles first year. \ ♦ 303 boltles second year, ♦ 560 bottles third year, j o 107S bottles fourth year. ♦ 4 ► / < ► / T <\ August 150 ♦ ♦ o September .... 194 ♦ ♦ : ♦ : t , : ! NO CIIIK FAY POISON Finest Chickens in Town Fresh from fho country. Also frffth country butter and «'KKs. This Is where wc lead all others and our prices cannot be beaten—wholesale j or retail Give us a trial. J. C. Riggs 120 South Rusk Avenue. Paint Adds Value // to Property For every dollar's worth of paint—good paint—you put on your house, you add several , dollars to its value, for the dif- fcrence in price which property in good repair will bring over a shabby building is by no means measured by the actual cost of the improvement. in this calculation we have not included the insurance feat- ure—the saving of the property from decay. Good paint look...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 8 October 1906

' fi1? "''"'V'W' . , p H .? yp •" , W: BE mm II -1 , THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8. «r WHS! Want advertising "raise* salaries" oftener than they are raised by "the generosity and .'appreciation of employ- ers." Sometimes "the boss" values a good man lightly un- til someone else wants him, and tries to get him. . FOR sale. Real ' jkcK '*■>- Wart fllRlf- Mm. Uennctt. H-SwKS n7«rsifort.r^w^d- . shade fru,t ,n ' J n! ^Annl'y '**-st Ga"J - J ~„i 4-room bouse, good *' clatern fiivo lawn, plenty of mod liarn and outbuUdlnW. ">$ ^5? Washington street. 3 U nftatrs ;7rid lots on West Day c"«ap UiMn at once. .'imi West r>.iy Btreet. 5-lwk r^^outbniw'lnir^0comer. *030 wJS *". J200 down, balance fcXPlU. F. E. W.,^ s? k'*C. J. O'Malejr. No Easy ptijr 120 Main 18-lnio -* „„rtl(.r~rhestnut and Soullln. 'HInroveiucn'.-. Kents for $42 to •fL?molt will sell all or part. t Ration. Cheap for cash, or 1 - n time. All conveniences. J.^ll. rflArt i rotUiKf and bath, hot and ftS^^nn^H...

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

g|Swm 3™ 1 -™ r • ;!f B ■ • ,.|s; > ¥ ,1 ,11 11 in i •s {• ■V* I : 'M. ' s < 'I « Sv' fp|^ ; gSft j Eyf-raga THE DENISON DAILY HEBALD, MONDAY, 0OTOWOJi rr~ STATIONERY THAT'S PROPER Our Tina line of Stationery will meet your needs #t moderate price®. We buy in large quanti- ties and name low prices, though the qualities are of the best They are papers that will suit jrour taete. We have AUTOCRAT FINE LINEN and other high class* box papers as well as fine tablet papers and envelopes. Don't forget that this is Postal Sub-Station No. 1. ^.U po*t <>r- flee business transacted. jSpec- lal attention to registered pack- ages. HANNA ♦ DENATURED ALCOHOL ROLES REGULATIONS CONTROLING MANUFACTURE. IT8 Wules Provide for Two Classes of Alcohol, "Completely Denatured" and "Specially Denatured." , Washington, Oct. 8-—Mr. Yerkes, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, today issued the depart- mental regulations controlling the making of denat...

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