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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

■■'l!: SS :mrW,M'e•:-• •. '■ '• *'■<i w?,m ■ LOCK gtite National Bulfc X, TEXAS. M>aD*TCFr&r. t Cashiers. ji'i'pilbnTa!. % Director*: u 13. Hlnahaw _ " V. N. Robb, _ V1' v. H. Tobln. iuhJ]. a. W Achcion, ^ r. Ptetti* vol. xvni. DENIS ON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1906. NO. 81. TWELVE PAGES ^— C. B. COBB. J. 3. M ALK8TKH, President. Vtce-Prealdant H. 8. UDOATEJ. CmM P. JT. BIUCNNAN. Asi't if Bay your dry goods, your silks, your hats, your cloak and suit amr. Everything In the newest and best and at nri«i>« i fcash and absolutely the lowest. TUe Library oC thsf~" llu,u" Unlvoibiiy «'f l e*} jlHO THE TRIMMINQ8 ^ that go with the above lines, the swellest line of dress trimmings i hate shown, are on display this season and not high priced, either, rod won't find It expensive here to get your dresB goods and all that M with it UN, TOO, Our stock of everything else to wear Is complete—gloves, hosiery, Jtrwear, corsets, neckwear, ribbons, notions of every kind. DEN'C THE P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

ppinffwpfi! iTi rr:| 2 THE DEiflSOJI DAILY HK&AUV W&DNESDAY. OUTOtJKB rT I "f: )C THE OENISON DAILY HERALD THE HERALD rrFMPHSNG CO , fnwrrsHpBK Office of p-ablk-atton No S*i> W : Wool- erd girvet, Denison. Tem forearming <he cprtali* wfce aeeV* «* aaS take *??? ** fnm Ifce ■ •##••!•••••••••• • •••••"*£ cnljr the brightest sad*. * pabttc *pi?- tV <# ^ "**' ** 10 *****?*'"" j t att. SORTS ♦ , . ,, . .. .. . Jtaaha* ♦ **"** • •l«J nmen °^®te0e ^ _ 'jinminii pnuSKtting 90m* project m« . la fcis: Tfe* *«>' . g t cnv> at Rareae* " enthusiasm overlook ioa« mHow oW ; pans* * £ ttr«n S# ao rwtmxa *ky <«. tifcle *ffecttag tbe success erf U« a ■ w&d*r *>' ««>■ ! << , f . . . .. :...., . . .. tsaaa *hoal4 «. i* De®s w or tor dertahiag, but the (KWBb; fiod* , Entered at th* Pcrtofflc* t f>r!so« a* aecocri-culm zaf.l-1. T M * «** UW arc *Jmen W08 jiwir *« •« * '-ru« TTwwe t^vyp ar Rast. illusions AM Umi4 Iftt* nlr<-. —Philadelphia I rcuj. « • - is h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

V TH1 DEWIBOH DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 17. HE DAY AT SHERMAN wmm." decision in regard to bounty candidates of re- organized republicans. I8BLEM in IS COMPLICATED In ths Controversy la Ex- Be Made This After- "' l oon—Selecting a Jury In tht * * Zach Trice Case—Other County Seat New*. |P* Hi! *-man office of Heraid. ««*t aide ot I tens of Shsnnan news re- ' SET for publication. Matters per- 'fftahw to Sherman circulation en W*tw attention. N®W 'phono, No. 77 i 0lA 'phone No. 71 Sherman. Tex. Oct 17.—Insisting to* the recent ruling of the Supreme joait held conclusively that theirs m * recognized state organization, gjofgtnlzed Republican candidates Ht pressing County Clerk Baird for a iectolon as to whether they will be al- idad places on the county ticket, the problem this morning assum- tfen more muddled shape than jkerto. Ai already stated Section 100 of the [Terrell election law holds that a po- I litical party must have a definite [state organization before candidates be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

mmw wmf, - THE DElfTBON DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBERJ? r ♦ t ♦ ♦♦J | STOLEN EYESIGHT 2 Frocraitlnation is thr thief T of eyesight, hut a thi^f T-*' Z cannot be called to a< nt tw T his nplsdoinR. Gti.ird w«• 11 v> r % eyes by the best sentinel ♦ known— ! WILL BUILD ♦ li TO DENISON PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES. PRESIDENT DEWAR OF M.. O. A G. SAYS WORK Of EXTENSION WILL BEGIN SHORTLY. land V«H*y; at H«nryatU with the \ Katy. was senttto McAle.tcr Frisco and at Dustin with the Tort I'to relieve Conductor M. Wolfson, wno Smith and Western. The connection* « «!<*• . orth at Denison will bo tho Frisco. Houston Brakeman C. Ix>l of the Ka and Texas Central. Katy and Toxa« • nd. went to Atoka last night to ^ «n<l Pac'flc. 'he place of Brakeman .1 Roberts, wno Since July 1 the Missouri, Oklahoma ! is on the sick list. and Gulf has also operated a train i Conductor W. A. Lovele from Dewar to Mr Donald, two miles Katy north end. took charge apart, three times a week. WRECK ON CENT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

" s THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17. PERSONAL MENTION. you can t fail to appreciate the quality 0|f Swiss Coffee Kl'* cool mornings. Of course any coffee will warm you up if it a ST^noufh, but there's a flavor and mild strength about 8wlss llidthat delights you and shapes you up for the proper transac- sTof a brisk day's business. "clre it a trial. In pound packages, 25c. j^oasted fresh dally by Jf ::*&:***■}* gr m ■ Aluminum Ware WILL NOT 8CORCH OR BURN. WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. ' • . I we HAVE IT Hail-Leeper Hardware Company See Our Famous Line ■$§ T§& Jm Of men's shoes at .... 93 50 In light or heavy soles, and in all leathers. BOLDRICK & SWAN New Kraut We have Just opened a barrel of new Bauer kraut, f It is new crop kraut and extra fine. i LOCAL NEWS NOTES TONlGHT'8 events. Blaek Pattl Troubadours, Opera House. Denison Labor Trades Council, regrtl&r meeting. Labur Hall. Denison Lodge No. 238, B. P. O. E., regular meeting...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

THE DElflBON DAILY BMtALD. WEPHE8DAY, 0CT0BEBJ7. Ill I 1 L| JOHN W, GATES NOT INTERESTED NEW YORKER WRITES LETTER ANENT THE PROPOSED PIPE LINE TO GULF. FEDERAL COURTS EXPENSIVE Estimated Cost of the Government Mill of Justice at Muskogee It $700 Per Day—South McAles- ter Preparing to Enter- tain Vice President. Sulphur, I. T., Oct. 17.—John W. Gates of New York has written to a prominent business man In this city, making a flat denial that ha or any of his associates were Interested in the proposed oil pipe line from the Indt^i Territory oil fields to the Gulf of Mexico, and says ho only learned of the enterprise through the news- papers. He said, however, It might be a scheme of disgruntled Independent producers who felt agrieved over the present low price of .crude oil, and blamed the Standard Oil Company for their own shortcomings. A prominent producer from Bartles- Tille, who la here for recreation, was aeen to<Jay and had the following to say aboiit the pipe line: "I have re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

• ■' hi „r., T', ' -_. ' • . -*7" ',''; the denison daily herald, wednesday, october 17. Want advertising "rai«e6 salaries" oftener than^ thfjy 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. r^'pCu K. North Burnett H01 o,,r farm three mlle southwest ■ESn sod toots, one small farm tpvri) tnwn and t I urtftwM. * m?l 0\ie surrey and nar- w 5«n. bogs, sows and j «* ■ °"I,r a, a (-alves. one good Jersey I ("<*• 2!Ekfns White Leghorns, Black I *jS !^r'Barri.d Plymouth Kocks. iga.•«— -suss risSTh^7 « Wo,t Gam}y- H.as '*B«tcr «a*. "lce poaches, close In. r tv 750 lor quick ®ale. Prop- } jjilth $3,600 and will rail for 130 ^ply "t place. 131.no nENTK No. 212 West Sears wle. Mrs. Bennett. 8-2*k* —ToTe RESIDENCE lots on East wfswkrv w « KHiV. '-f™ "Tr^TTorocr Chestnut and Sculllii. ^Ttanrovementi". Rents for $42 to JTmonrn. Will sell a or part. £ Ration. Cheap f.?r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

ii y/ t THE DENIgON DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, 0CT0BERj7. II HELP THE LIVER This Is a time when It's very apt to get slow o and sluggish. Take one or two of Dr. Gibson's Little Liver Pills before retir- ing. They will stir the liver up to natural and healthful action and your whole system will feel the good effects of it. Phonfc for a box before you forget it. 25* MANNA The Careful Druggist PEOPLE'S FORUM •t Mackerel..! Large, fat, fine, now, white mackerel, weighing 12 to 14 ounces each. We never had nicer. Send In your order; you will be pleased. 15|fc each or 2 for 25* KNAUR-BROWNl Grocery Co. THE WATER QUESTION. A few days alnc« Mr. W. 0. Pearson in the Herald, nucleated that the water Question for Denieon be made a public issue; Mr. Pearson did not state this In no many words, but, after reading the article, I conclude this to be the pur port of the communication. As a taxpayer of the city I write to a«k: "Is It opportune to now make a pub- lic Issue of the water problem; or, In ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

UK j,fWi . 1HC UEW180H DAILY HERALD, V^SDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17. IINGS OF THE BOARD p<K Report of the Board Selected to Settle the Controversy Between the City and the Water Company—Summary of the Proposed Contract Wm • is the complete report of [totld of arbitration convened for ( of settling the differences between the city of Denlson Deoison City Water Company, a summary of the contract I by «aid arbitration board: . . of Denison, No. vb. Denl- City Water Company. In the rtct Court, Grayson County, Texas. . me Honorable District Court of I County: We, the undersigned j 0f arbitrators, composed of John fgjjcy, selected by the plalnUff, lef Denlson, George W. Fuller, ae- I by defendant, Denlson City r Company, and W. Klersted, ac- I by Mid Maxcy and Fuller, re- iully report as follows: the Sth of October, 1906, the ■ convened in the city of Deni- [mmI, after being duly sworn, in dlicce with the arbitration agree- iffled in this cause, madq per- I examination of the property, i and r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

Kk 1 > - r ^ 7 •r >' , I h H M T \. 10 THE DEIflBON DAILY HERALD. WEDNEBDAY. OCTOBEKJ^, 5 if. ....I] n,tu ■ SAttt'OriS S i ♦ Wo sell CUa** & Coffee. WE WANT TO TELL YOU About the in * Call.'jni we are rere'vtr.j; tr> ran •A «!: he ft; thine you be fotirn! price. This, Ml.-bijtan art- having wi!i [ you to hlltl! u!' ' hi-dicr nn'1 i r;*:!;' llii* 1 *( poli&ht-a a')'! lis**' In Mv i fruit# a. \ny- i jir,r will >-.<• right • h ■ r * ** !wv i«t j'f-ar s i:j> h or itijuia I'AilV'l. RAINMAKER JIM WAS 6AME I He Backed FiUslmmons to the Finish in the-Corbett Fiffat and Cleaned uo More Than $25,000. I THE l I ♦ 'i* t ♦ t CASH CHEAP GROCERY Smith & Pierce, Props. Both Phones 393 202 W. Main St. TO CURE ANY DISEASE. T*e "I neter awing into m crowd bunch1 his opinion with hia kale, and he got ed around some place where fight by ! down $2,000 of the wad he'd pldked up rounde of aome big mill la coming in t !n drouthy Kansas by t>eln* lucky at that 1 don't think o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

'm ' * j ^ H j*a • N P H&. > .'^r i I i H i mi !" CRISIS OF GIRLHOOD A TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL tomi Oel* 8 ys th t Lydia HL •takluua's V«g«Ub ® Compound has J^idB er Life and Itodo Bar Well. flow many lire* of beautiful youof JK ve been sacrificed 1u«t u they CJ. rioening into womanhood! How -M>v irregularities or displacement* been developed at thid important JJriod, resulting in years of suffering I JAisstm A mother should come to her child'a •id at this critical time and remember that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will prepare the system for the coming change and start this try. inf period In a young gift's life without mJq or Irregularities. Miss Emma Cole of Tullohoma, Tenn., writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham: " I want to toll you that I am wijoyiBff bet ter health than I have for years, and I owi lt«ll to Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Com- 'Jwhcn fourteen years of age I Buffered «1- mat constant pain, and for two or three mart 1 had soreness and pain In -toy side, ieede...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 October 1906

fp THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY,_OCTOBER 17^ 'I ii m m 3 v* I v t 'i A LESSON IN ROAD BUILDING OENISON'8 CO-OPERATIVE FORT A REVELATION TO THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. HOW AN IDEA WORKED OUT Local Option Road Building Had its Inception at a Good Roada Meet- ing in Whitewright and Dent- son Fully Demonstrated Its Practicability. fctlgaUori of County Judge G. P. \Vet>f>, In Wl.itewriKfct, the gentleman nanie l went on win! fh favor of a local op- tion roti'l I ■< w In other words ht; pressed a rj!'t aliout u i'iai/n't la*', that if tUmr the ability to pass n m'-asure tha' would be general in it* eh"racer for the provision of a road tax. In tilt? aJmenee of the ability to pa s a law that Is general in Its char- acter, or the [>osj5ibUlty of getting such a tax. the local option Idea was advanced. or blanket law, It is probable that the improvement* would be la a measure at least concentrated on the principal highway* of the county. But with the local option Idea, the cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 October 1906

■«w . ft " ™, «*" w^. JT3l"Sie % r t ■ "riBff-'.'T ■mvl LOCK ^ta National Bank. N ipd'PK i i DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1906. - ' " mIM Jjenison 3Hailji fieralii. NO. 82. C. B. COBB, 3. J. M'ALESTiSU. President. Vice-President. K. B. LEGATE. Cashier. P. J. BKENNAN, Asa t Csshlsa, National Bank of Denison, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL. $100.0)1 SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100,001 Directors: J. J. McAlester, H. IteKensburgoJ! W. B. Munson, C. 8. Cobb,, A. 8. Burrows, P. J. Brennaik J. B. McDougall, R. S. Legate, C. C. Jinks, W. 8. HIbb«rd, NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. er Shoes Are Cheaper Than Doctor's Bills you thi The V ds of ov^ University time. | . ibrury «( 4l( i liN <tl&l to your ♦ C t keep Jour'" itiy doctor will tell tU. We sell the kinds dry, and last a lone l'g rubber boots, $2.50 to qq jobber boots, $1.50 to 7% robber boots „•••.• HUMS' rubber boots 50 l'g storm rubbers . .................... | Hen's storm rubbers, best Quality 75^ Ken's ®t™p mbbers. best qu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 October 1906

1 w«:, if/;. m i' ' I * 1 : Hit il w THE PEKI80K DAILY HSRALD, THURSDAY, OCTOPEBj.9 f!ft'■> . w$ ;. f.: w^iH1 i THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THE HERALD ITRI.ISHI.NO CO . RAI D IT P.I.I8 Pt'«USHP^H Offli*s if rw&Hratton No rt® W *xl- *.rd 8tr**t, Beniaon. Tax** Entered at 'h* f o#tnfftc at D n!son an aefioiid-ctasi mati .r. Term* ut sidwrtftton- Dally: One MTrek I 'J Drill month ■?' h'pc month* 'if pid It tit.'""1"*'- ' *>• THK SKMt-WfKHVT UKRAI.D. On" yiitr tl '• ^rr—•- " / " Sub•rrthors a (Hrinr/ tti of tfti"!r BaP'T* r*-f t ' will r >-iv> *'V« berfc thfc ot<l and th* nf* #4-1 rm . TKUSMIONES NO. It. w ars Id the penitentiary can readily \ ial An industrial awakening la at ce the utter futility of expecting free ready apparent.—Deniaon Herald. _ il 1 Let the people awake to the ta<i , f il'tOI ALL SORTS .hat cotton mills a The good people of Bail AntOMo arS j pioneer example. making great prerfchitlotts fbl- tb#lr! GOOD forthcoming fair, this annual etreijt i . ^ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 October 1906

rr ■■ > : ■/. '*9r' ,'antowNw . . ■ ■ THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THUR8DAY, OCTOBER 18. T SHERMAN iSp 3 riONS RECEIVED I ^UNTY CLERK BAIRO FROM attorney QENERAU C' "A" lis RECEPTION TO BAILEY Rir4 Mteting Held Last Nlflht Racep- ' , committee of Nearly 100 Clt- . mmi Was Appointed—Trie* ™ 2 jury Completed—No Clr^ .cue Performance. m office o? Herat*, eaat aide of Items of Sherman newa «*- for publication. Mattera per- £ Shermtn clwulatlon. attention. New 'phone. No. 77; No. 16. a, Tex., Oct. 18.--A message by County , Clerk - W. B. lite yesterday afternoon from Dt Attorney General Claude teems to have solved the an- problem which has confronts \tx. Balrd for the past several i {dative to allowing Reorganized nominees a place on the ballot of the, county. , to clear up the muddled Mr. Balrd yesterday after- i wired the following Inquiry; lerman, Tex., Oct. 17.—Attorney L Austin: Am I authorized as clerk to place Reorganized Ictn nominees for oAunty of- , on the ticket to be usetf he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 October 1906

p I 14 ft B III I hMHE «.m 'r'.W^' V* If#' i1V''',f ■ V.fwEi THE DimaON DAILY HIRALD, THUMDAY, OCTO||*J8 •■ <vvrv' : .# * STOLEN EYESIGHT | ♦ t ♦ i ♦ ♦ ♦ f ; v* ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ > ♦ l+p ♦ A. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Procrastination if the thief of eyesight, bill a. thtff that cannot be called to account for hi* misdoing Guaru woli >our eyes by the best sfu'itif! known— properly fitted glasses. Proper pi -«-• s tin more n.on y ' on**3. They re-tail ." ; -f«h <•. e si nun And I >OU t>av'* tlv' more than worth aiffprrnrf yfiurt 1 HOUSE SHOES Tor Women. r n< * Ofr'S 4 nrm* L. B. Moore, j JEWELER. 216 W. Main St. For prompt and coar- \teoue me« enfer serv-1 ire try tho American District Tal >'graph f'oirponr Our charges or. errand* fc/vvn been reduced to 10 cent a Inside r>f city limits Office wi;h Western I'mon Telegraph Company, 212 Wmi Main «tre«'t. Both phonea Na 4. NONE BKTTCR $3.50 and $4.00 L. B. EASTHAM Cash Shoe Store When you want to aell your URGE N OF BEING USED ON RECONSTRU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 October 1906

. ' a = / • ''''V'-fflJr™ j\.7Ni«,,:r!i4f*",'" Rwr % " 1.x r"" an \ m * ,i • • .W Tjrmja • « ?r'• W; f*T' Can't fall to appreciate the quality of I Swigs Coffee Hs? > cool mornings. df oourae any coffee will warm you up if |rH ttotfgh, but therfi'" a ,,avor and *n,,d strength about Swiss , that delists you and shapes you up for the proper transac- . rtf a brisk day's business. rtite it a tr,Bl- In P°und packages, 25c. lasted fresh dally by THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18. ~ LOCAL NEWS NOTES PURE ■•f-1 v'"1. '*■£''■r Aluminum Ware NOT 8COR0H OR BURN. WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. K * I,.; WE HAVE IT mini siii Hardware Company «>w- mm. p.< Of ihen'g shoes at S3 50 in light or heavy soles, and in all leathers. BOLDRICK & SWAN New Kraut W® Uavf Just opMicd a banel of new saner kraut. It Is n«w arop kraut and extra flue. TRACY <5t CO. „ 318 . Main St. 99! . L. ♦♦♦♦MM<MMM<MIMIM< TONIGHT'S EVENTS. Rebekah Lodge No. 126, regular m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 October 1906

<1 tm f !■ 1p< I i i h fiL ft BUCKS E Buck's Hot Blast Heaters are the most wonderful ■oft coal heaters made. Save half I your fuel hill and have a stove that will keep flro 36 hours by us- ing a Buck's Hot Blast. Three sizes, $16, |18 and $20. Cole's Hot Blast We have the eicluslve agency for Cole's Hot Blast Heaters. Six ■tyles, $11 to $18. Complete stock of pipes, elbows, collars, dampers, etc. P®i"L&AHAMRRli 80FTNE8S OF 8EAL8KIN. '« Rivaled ! r Human Hair Wkm Dandruff la Eradicated. Sea!*kln Is admired the world over tot It* aoftneM and glossiness; and yet the human hair la equally as soft and glossy when healthy; and the radical cause of all hair trouble ls'dandruff. which la caused by a pestiferous parasite that saps the vitality of the hair at Its root. Newbro i Herplclde la the only preparation that ta fm'al to the dandrufT nerm. Without dan druff there ta no falling hair, but a lux- uriant growth of Bloasy. eoft hair ta cer- tain Srourlng- the acnlp won't cure dan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 October 1906

_ . . jf-fP 1 i -. ■ I-' u*4*< V' — j_ ■^ivtewS: ^Real Estate. . HS ^AcC ^tfortfil^ 'arm tilt <>e, mil-*' ■hutftwest •tiA£n00\ ' t«UBf, <% ■uflllR — -—•— i ttii'l calves, «ne g<x. L cheap, terms to ult r„... Jack W-12-lino ***" l>-tr ■^uZriiTwiit elandy. itns -MS nicji i or< u«?w and'will r^t'Vbi1 *30 ,\i>i)'y P)a°A V '"'O ftfeK?|- f*o. 212 WeSt Se&r# £le Mrs. Bennett. 8-2wka tTottut Chestnut and Bcu'lln. Lavements. 1 ltenta for $12 to ?montli. Will "fill all or part. Scaik'Ti. nieop for cash or [too- AH eonNPnUnco.. .^#H. * ~ —jUKjfc - JL 1 ■ H J 1 Household Goods. * few. rtlatehr. t-rintlJfte houee- Jrfri. Call Ht fcdstnxU*. arSK'-r «asaS «-i ( iv pjjtno. 3>pokSi Jl'?" ifrjginitor, fardro&,s|wlrtK .«"■ Mrs. J. M; fiomH-. 7«4 awfonl. y ' 17'3I: iTOl!/ Win I19UI between JO |iotu«s «J 1<3«. practically I A ThottiPSPR-' 10-tf ■ii > 1 one sdiUt Hrtt felt trtflttressSs ifium so Says'" trial, iet and get.ypyr .Jet lot! ... -, to yttur UMt'er :tres...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 October 1906

Eastham & Markham's Draws the crowds rain or shine. This was demonstrated by the number of people that attended t y. Had people here that went to Dallas to the Fair and to buy Ladies' Coats that couldnt find w.hat *1"^ in k" "a. e, price, and we sold to them, and we can sell any suit to most any one except to thosewho think its sma^^ ^,out °J their own town. We sold Coats yesterday until we dreamed of Coats last night ^ Plaid Dress GoodI, th silk and wool, went at a lively rate and we advise any one that wants to save money and at the same time Day tne most up-to* date things of the season to come to this sale at once. A look at the goods will almost msure a sale. Irunks are priced here at the usual saving and Suit Cases at $1.00 that cost $1.50 other places. The Ash of $1.98 skirts went at a lively rate yesterday, still we have a big lot. Millinery is where you see the ladies smile, when we price those 55.00 and $6.00 Hats at $3.50 and we don't ask you to make a selection from ...

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