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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

fm m SEBS>' 3#rw88 ' ■ >r • •* 1 ' ^ 5S1B National f ptSlBCS. TBUI *iUe,U^Fwir. BBI*iIit nt Cashiers. I and' PHOFTTf.. loJj8# Director*: 6* BUS'S*. •"• Sh.«°~ Kigali, A. W. Acbeaon. !5t K. Platter. VOL. XVIIL ;?..■■■ v ' ' r ' DEN1S0N, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1906. NO. 83. TWELVE PAGES C. B. COBB, J. J. MALESTER, President. Vice-President. H. 8. LEGATE, Caatiler. P. J. BRENNAN, Aaa't Caahlen, National Bank of Denison, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL SlOO.OOt SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100,Wi Directors: J. J. McAlester, H. UeKt'tniUurgtrf W. B. Munaon, C. 8. Cobb, , A. 8. Burrows, P. J. lirorman. J. B. MoDougall, K. 8. Le«ate, C. C. Jinks, W. R. HtbbKrd. NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. ■ • lc' '<V ' SKV" H it Isiffi P? : ' v" , word off Maddon's big four-page ad. means DOLt/^uW* .J.'£ Iff you don't anything II. #•« need right now Save the Paper • <K " ' * v f ■ \ i ■ i. ifMaxmamm whan you nood dopondablo merchandise the lowest possible prloes remember that (Ms store has no po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

BUCKS '(£> M m' P P ■I I F-'i ffj ti all 1, I f? n THl^DENISON DAILY HERALD, TODAY, OOTOBEH jb NEWS OF THE RA1LR0A0S SHORTAGE EXPECTED TO RESULT IN REFORMS. Buck's Hot Blast , lean-j >■ ... r. ! h■ ■ .... - ' ' ■ ji sn' (< >ai ii -at- r* 'i a : • -.H1 -l.A.f I I; - y,,. ! .(lit) ;• n t ! v I I f .1' U • «";i f; i ■ ■ h,.. ■ r • , ■ u* inn ; Murk's I!''' };!:•••«. Th-oe r i/.pi>. $16, f i B and $20. Cole's Hot Blast We hav tli *<• i'ih; • r ('(•!{• "(i Ho' II..1-I 11• . '<*r- Six $11 to <8. ' otnJ>tr*'< stoc.k (if pipes elbows, cm lam, damper*. rp7 bmmsmi WH'TE HOUSE SHOES Fok Worsrv. Impossible to Get Employment, as Face and Body Were Covered With Itching Sores — Scratched Till Flesh Was Raw—Spent Hun- dreds of Dollars on Doctors and Hospitals and Grew Worse CURED BY CUTICURA IN FIVE WEEKS ''Since the year 1894 I have been troubled with a very bad case of eczema which I have spent hundreds of dollars trying to curt, find I w ;nt to the hospital, but the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

/; r <0 TAKING^ TESTIMONY ■fRICE CASE EXPECTBO^ TO 46UME TWO WEEK* yyjtneMes Ar* Praaant and Point In the Trial la Ba- jng Keenly Contacted. to. Tex., Oct. 19 — at 1:30 the taking of teatl- Zach Trice caae waa be- rths first witness examined be- 'nmuty Sheriff Ben Mitchell of Ule, who, It |« alleged, waa an |Hie58 to the tragedy, which, oc- ■ year ago lust July. vff Wright, Jim Dillon and u Pearson, all of Colllnsvllle, olaced on the atand thia morn- VJni were subjected to aevere ' „ffmin.ttlon by opposing coun- Jgvery point in the evidence la contested, and the progress of aae in consequence is slow. FL gounty court room la occupied , by witnesses in the case, and '-cores of them present, it is be- that th« better part of two ^11 be consumed before the "will go to the Jury. gtowral special venires are Taeing ' i for a number of important one of the most notable among R' in(f that of John Buster, who harged with rape. Buster, it "be remembered, was arrested at ,n some weeks ago, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

if\n r I.« 1 Hardware Company iiuaiity of to apprw a You ran t Coffee f f course any coffee win warm you up if it's flavor and mild strength about Swiss l n < '<*■ eool mo hi i ne h it fnotieh but then for the proper transac and -hap in lul (>«• kaecs, r.,c VI III ielU'MS bJi-iid that tint) of a !tri k (1 i;|vf it 'rin Kua«te<i rr> i Uih i llii mil PURE Aluminum Ware WILL NOT SCORCH OR BURN. WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. HalI=Leeper ; ^JS. Ji ?%$# . m i1$\ A . * <r ':'W* THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY. OCTfl^^J® LOCAL NEWS NOTES J > i., ,i flf TONI GHT'S EVENTS. Iienison Lodge No. 8, K. of P., regu- . lar meeting, K. of P. HhU, Woman's Union Label league, regu lar meeting. Labor Hall. Denftsou I dge No. 181, I. O. O. F, regular meeting. I. O. O. F. Hall. I Unison Local No. 53$, P. D. A P. 11, regular meeting, I*abor Hall TOMORROW AFTERNOON. regular meeting. Club We Are Going to reduce our stock of canned goods, such as gooseberries, pearbe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

? J■ ■ I . ', j 'V*J.V ■HBbhS MARKHAM'S OCTOBER AND BARGAIN LIST Ready-to-Wear v is always a busy spot in | |tore. This department Is our at and if there is anything new to be had this department must w juve It above all others. Many 0f the ladies have learned this n they want coats or skirts. , don't fool with suits—want tha i gtores to get just as big prices } , these as they want. We know; can't sell coats and skirts I wj,en We get a whack at them. So you can't afford to overlook this apartment when you go shop- ■' , . ptDg. Iran. II We show cravenette coats worth $7.50 at big stores at only $5 00 jjl other cravenettes from $7.50 to $15.00 are just as cheap in pro- portion. Hisses and children's long coats from $2.50 to $7 50 | udles' long coats from $2.98 to §20 OO lw of the up-to-now materials. In lots of instances you can't tell i cheaper grades from the better ones. plaid coats are as good as plaid skirts and you can find a nice 1 ' nent here. St fW ;V;.Skirts | Job Hot ladle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

m- f; THE DENISON DAILY HERALD OCTOBER I THE OEKISON DAILY HERALD THE HERAll) rtttff.ISHINO CO. PUBLISHERS. wcond-cl*a matter. T«fto« of subscription—L>aiy: I hat !« misnamed a road he has s>l n 1 ,v <<f lime to give much study to the —- i mat'^r of itood roadr He should .boar In mind that over a good road hi* team could probably pall easily - . i double the tonnage with even les« ef- COT"^«lS.',^:^r^S"''°°a'i'°n :t" —— OK tb, Ml -- -.::===== ! which is all he dares to put behind Enured at Powtoffice at r>tni on as 'h^tn This means that two trips mu« t>« made where one should suf- I fire Counting his own time, the work of his t-am and tile wear and tear fb • %V>ek > H ns month • brs« month* (U paH In *dvaneei . 1 i9 the semi-WKKKLY rfKKAI.D. .should not take him very long to jure osu wherein the bad roads are direct ut. Dae r« 1 •' ■' Buk«rr!W ri d«!«!rt«* th ItlU patera ct.*r,c*-l wilt r>i, tali tha oii ar<l the new ' J1 0« - <>M Of ** 1 % • due*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

xmr. ",?shMCIHI1 vm ■ . ""v ' ■ | ,. * 1^1 •■ J*;Tt|, J^ e *r :t mwmm "" f — pre THE DENISON HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. H I You |aye Money On Every Purchase You Make===Largest Most Complete Stock In North Texas Don't Overlook These Bargains — K • ' I ■' E ' d . - & - . i1 ■ \ I - V ■ J. } \ Copyright 1906 by Htn Schafiner hf M rx i ■ .'i ; , "T|T : -J* V STORES i«L.. - Jarrell ft Co., Temple, if f. Graham ft Oo., Hillsboro. m< Byk« ft Co., Muskogee, I. T. Crawford ft Oo., Bonham. J'"4*"' Bw«„ Orwnvilh. * Oo, Ohborne. Graham ft Co., .W— , ; /■ . lilnli (faff-y tV'. ■ v. That's the keynote and true test of the good and successful merchant today. It's the only thing that satisfies the demand of sensible people. Any kind of a merchant anywhere and at any time can sell inferior or shoddy goods cheap. The wholesale merchant who carried over goods from last season which are now out of style is anxious to sell them cheap to some retailer and the same is true with the manufacturer. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

urwitrij,"'-" T«ir «** ■ • t W';': v v"% ■ • KW FKIDAY, OOXOM«j ■■ ■ i ■& s t sented to their Bf'H Br y^iVi b ■■> i i \k KV I I 1 }i ! | i Is i I Kf. ;; It: K;4?- HfMte '? !:• SHOE Madden's name is associated with high qual- ity footwear. Ever since we have been here it has been our constant effort to buy and sell shoes that would be absolutely satisfactory in ityle, fit, price and most of all in wear. Thai we have been wonderfully successful in our efforts is proven by our tremendous and con- tinued increase in business. The immense quantity our sixteen stores buy and our policy of paying spot cash makes our account a very desirable one, and sought by the best and largest manufacturers. There- fore we have unusual opportunities for buying shoes of exceptional merit. Shoes that small and single store merchants can t buy at all. All of the above advantages, combined with * ; „ r. -SwMj our policy of selling for spot cash pule us in a position to sell you good shoes for lew tha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

lr $• ' ■ ■M ftKHr" "Wrt- "■*** yW,:^r if. ' '"' ' •Jr*' &;*}& .V":' ■ ^7^ ' ' ' '. •'- ■ •■*% - • • ^ * pwl F^*JE Jas*J ^P^PPIPBP ', ?*} v a ■ ,-■ 533• ■ • BHhmPVI r„"^-,1^ 4u 1 H' . ... • w .. ' " • ' W&>„ 1 1 ♦i' •■ TOsafcfc « •*«, k A ' ' ■ '.' .♦* W y : ' '.Uf ... - .'■ , IV- , ; --U- - • • • • ; ■f£v MILLINERY. Ko department ill our store has attracted bo pgeh attention and brought us so much out of (liim trade as our millinery department. La- itg come here for their.hats from the best WT iad largest towns in North Texas and the In- flow Territory. Theyi get the best styles and f jj right prices or they wouldn't come and •; >. LADIES' SUITS. Hh- Specially attractive are our tailored suits in % ; we seasons latest models. The "Prince Chap" and "Military" Btylcs in the very new- Si \ m ,7'T itr MB : m;- Wannish invisible plaids, broadcloth, che- jjjpts and panamas. These are all w«Jl made, have all the latest styles; at $8.75,^K) 00, f. $15.00, $20.00, $22.50, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

ii i 4 i i *> I 4 u B .t CtJ % ■ I 1 its. * ■ 1, V: v f wipKN •jV" ' '* ^ ' * 1 IM THE DENISON HERALD, FRIDAY. OOTOBEE_lft = mm ®1BH ■ ": ■ PI wMb • ' *mm£« GOOD CLOTHING * " 1 '' ' ' " ■■ ' That's "the milk in the cocoanut." Oood wearing clothing1, good fitting clothing stylish clothing, in fact everything that goes to make vp the best clothing and we sell it cheap, saving you from $2.50 to $5.00 ft suit orer any other good clothing in Deni- son. There are several reasons why and how we do this. Rest of the good clothing in Denis on is sold mere or less on time. We sell for cash only. You know that makes a *g difference. We can afford to sell at less profit. We know just what we are doing— &o losses to figure. We know that and cred- it houses know they are going to have losses ^wHi they most provide for that and there is only one way to do it and that's to charge food big prices and it's hard on their cash customers and good paying credit custo- mers. It's hard on the good f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

* t\ / . ,■'• wp:."' '' 'vv' •'..IT' ' ... /— ; ' •--3*5i the deni80n daily herald, friday, october 19. • • w i mSBSit ■ for *£ l^yyvJW^^ l)MK PJ AC* «. 0,,r f.' r.1?, vu and to" for rent. Board and Rooma Want advertising "raises aalarlaa" oftener than they are raised by "the generoalty and appreciation of employ- ere." Sometimes "the boaa" valuea a good man lightly un- til aomaona eiaa want# him, and trlea to get him. wanted. 2?'fl0 HOl'SB Ihw'n and tools, on« " "• rented by m* umi' 1*wl'lVfurnish table Jwesl oM«W °r. ^r1WeU,'!or%%Tikr'obtTr'1^Pd ro<MM fire* claiT month. K^erythlnu *n W« HENRT TRIMM, Z0'lmo Manager. AMUSEMENT®. "The Hoosier Girl" Tomorrow Night at the Opera House. Ono of the bent Illustrations the stage lias seen lately of the play wh'ch aims at fun exclusively, no other sub- ject being slightly or deeply concealed Iti the three acts of motion and humor. Is The Hoosier Girl" which comes to th" Denlson Opera Hon Re tomorrow I night. The play in its eutirety has a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 19 October 1906

rv lit'; :iv 1 ' ' • V 12 CANDIDATES KNOCKED OUT. Election Board Declares a Number of Petition# Irregular. Guthrie, Ok la.. Oct. 10.—The Ttjrr!- to.ial election board yesterday U <>< ed out f;ight Independent and onu So- cialist candidate tor delegate to the Constitutional convention c>n grounds, that their petitions in some form or other were not In accordant*.* wiih Jaw. The roost prominent candMate thus eliminated was Wdll/un l>. !*'">• sett of Guthrie, ei-United 8tat.es i«. r •fiat, who wns runnln* :• Indt1-. pendent Republican candidate in th;.< |ihe Twenty-Fifth) District, The full list Involved If as follow*' T«-nth District, John C. !vt.srj, in de- pendent Republican: Twt^-vS. ?><•.■ l>r. John I). Btlby. lnd'?iw ti<!"n?: Tw"i typonrth. Wilitam .M attar. i-roftibi' tlontat; Twenty-Ft Mi, Ft-v. J K Dlsch, Prohibitionist; Tw>-nty-Si*tlt Rev. Ira llolbrook , ProhibStlonlat; Twenty-Seventh. Rev A. M V'lVn, Prohibitlonis" and R. R P.. in- S- via...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

m'K- ",,v ;:v-~ iLOCK National Bank, aK, TEXAS. flrd A. F. Flatter, ■Jtent. V ce-PMfc Megmnls. CaRhl^r- I •* t. y. Folsjr. Dt Cashiers. 1100,000 , ;^"phofit8. . 100.000 Director*: i-kuU. Himihaw, w U N. Hobb. O. U BlaeKford, J H. Tobln, I), a. W. Acbeson. r. Platter. TWELVE PAGES msmt vol. xvni. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1906. NO. 84. C. 8. COBB. J. J. M'ALESTER. President. Vice-President K. 8. LEGATE, Cashier. P. J. BRKNNAN, Ass't Caaiileu National Bank of Denison, DENISON, TEXAS. CAPITAL, $100.#0« SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 1SM0J Directors: J. J. McAlester, H. UeK' tinburgaf. W. B. Munaon. C. S. Cobb. A. S. Burrows, P. J. firennait J. B. McDou*all, R. 8. Legate, C. C. Jinks, W, B. Htbbnrd. NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. :5A . ' v.f alder the postage stamp, my son; Its usefulness konsists in . ibflity to stick to one thing until it gets there."—Josh Billing. •i uc uibn. y Vjjuvursi'y • j. That's the rule that has guided t ... me years we havo been t Denison—to sell "G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

ES i ' L|MJ li raps ~ WQI -kr :;";r'v: THE DENIS3N DAILY HERALD ■4 ;.'f the deni80w daily herald, saturday, october 20 trig matter Is about double what is THE HERA! O |M'nJ.tJ*HINO CO. PIBL!3HKKHL ustially found In papers of Its clata. The future was never brighter for Tienison than It ia right now and our people with the proper effort can Office of publication N'v 301 VVm( Wood- aril 8tr««i. U a*>n. Tsxaa. Er.fe:*-i t fh« Fo«tof?1c* at Oei.Uon •econ4-<. U « matter. Trrma of nubacrlpllon—- Dally: One Weak • • • Oil* rrionl tl Three montha 'If paid l:v aUvufire) ■ THK SEMI-\Vr:KK!,r IlKf.At.D One r'*ar ..... I li <0 1 19 11 <*> and the Belton mill Is at last on Its feet. Concerning the West mill's con- u it ion the Times-Herald Is In lgnor ance. All of these are small mills. The most of them were started with- out sufficient capital for operating ex , , . . . . . itenaes. But this difficulty has now ^ nuske It very much brighter and make; been overcome and the properti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

• *V " -J. ' mmwm m the denison daily herald, 8atubday, october 20. AT SHERMAN DRAWN AT DALLAS JNTY judges similar to colorado law. If,;.. - "*• ER COUNTY SEAT NEWS ' Will Begirt Monday on tho Big uW of the 8herman Country y,,!, — Musical Recital at North Texas College. I Notes and Personals. Side of re- offlco of Herald, es raoM. Ite'"8 of Sherman news for publication, Matteijs per- SnM to Sherman circulation |\«n Sjird attention. New 'phone. No. 77; lU'pbonu No. 76. Sberman. Tex., Oct. 20.—Judge G. [•Webb of this city, as chairman, tided at a meeting of the legisla- , committee oC the County Judges Commissioners' Association of which was' held in Dallas yes- This committee, as has been Jly stated, was appointed dur- i the annual meeting of the associa- for the purpose of preparing a I to be presented to the next ses- j of the legislature looking toward establishment of juvenile courts j Texas. The committee drew up anjJ framed j-a bill several months ago and meeting held yesterday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

w V™"*" S ©K wi ■l..t,'gv" m?. . B R '-' B I" 'f (. ■') Bi&i fot&S THE DENISON DAILY BUCK5 LA HALF MILLION FOR BRIDGES M„ K. & T. WILL EXPEND THlA LARGE SUM BETWEEN TAY- LOR AND SMITHVILLE. OTHER NEWS OF RAILROADS Buck's Hot Blast Heaters are the tiw' wonderf il soft roal h'iit' iH ii.,Save half \our fuI bill and hav>' h stove that will keep firo horn.- ■>>' "*• in« a Buck's I lot Hl.ixt I'h roe ,s)/.es. $16, $13 and $20. Cole's Hot Blast We have the exclusive agency f^r Cole's Hut niaft H<>a er« Six styles, $11 to $18. Complete stork of pipes. elbows, collars, damper*, etc Large Steel Tanka to Be Built at Greenville and Dallas by Katy to Store Creosote — Engineer Bruce Has Invented Im- proved Swab Holder. The, management of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas has appropriated a half million dollars to be used to re- build Iris bridges between Taylor and Smlthvllle. Heavier structures will be put in which will enable the operat- ing department to run heavier mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

*vf\ " .:/; •^FF -r- SP3$8| --w -, .T"' THE DENISOW DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. K the wise housekeeper 4 , to it that her grocer scndn her ( Swiss Coffee ♦5c blend with the 40c flavor. Every package weighs a Id-full weight. Roasted and packed fresh dully in Denlaon at , rotating plant pf LOCAL NEWS NOTES TONIGHT'S EVENTS. ua PURE Aluminum Ware | WILt N0T SCORCH 0R BURN- WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. I WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. WE HAVE IT all=Leeper Hardware Company We Have given our line of ladies' $:t.oo shoes this season extra care. We had them all made to our order. We are showing them In all the new patterns in but- ton and lace, welt and turn soles, plain and cap toes. They are made by the best of facto- ries that make this class of goods and the fitting; qualities are the best to be had, and for $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50 we can give you the best footgear there Is to be had for these prices. u BOLDRICK & SWAN A LANDSLIDE IN PRICES AT THE UE FRONT IRACKET STORE 220 Main Stre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTCBEB 30. " f m 1 I ■ 1 I R X i ■i f, "l 1 f N j: Coal Is Cash | Don't forget when you order ♦ coal that it must be P<*!J f«r 4 when delivered as coal Is cash e to every one. X (We handle nothing but the 4 genuine Osage McAlester coal.) * Corn cobs $! 00 a loud. # ♦ KNAUR-LINDSAY ♦ Grain Co. | How About It? Don't you want a r.lce cake for Sun- day dinner? Phono us if you do and we'll bring you a nice three-layer cake of good quality and it will oniy rosit you a quarter. We bake eight or ten different f!a vors especially f f>r our Saturday 1 rade. Call us over the old phone. Home Steam Bakery, 927 Woodard Street. Free Delivery. Old Phone. Palace Hotel Cafe J. M. Crumpton A. Co. SUNDAY DINNER—€ TO 8 P. M. Consomme Chicken al Princes* Boiled Sheephead, Caper Sauce Parsley Potatoes Ixrttuce Radishes j Tenderloin of Beef larded a la Andalouse * Veal Cutlets breaded Mllanalse . Que^n Tritters, Peach Sauce Prime Rib of Beef, an Jus Boiled Potatoe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

• ' ' ' .•v ***** / si ^ f z=z The DKWISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. FOR SALE Jewelry. ^HOAD WATCHEH Voir aal« cheap" Con Qulrtyi, No. 209 West Main street. for SALE Rear Estate. Houston Avenue—Elegant l - Ence, two halls, seven cloa- ,krrc porcne*. cistern und well, .•SSoEe- and plfat#, of (rult. At L iLrirain on reaaonaole terras, ■."fimaoit Street—Splendid 7-room •vi tt|, bath, good barn, con- trult and spade. *5lW cash ijijiii'^ to suit. u Morgan Street—Good 7-room torn. we •"<* city water; rents j; at u big bargain; can arrange ' "^^pherd^StVeet—Neat 4-room and barn; 1800 cash and bal- •Jn ea.-«y payment*. Js Woodard Street—Oood 6-room naniry. three porchea, cistern v water: splendid location. 11476. „ Te* * .Street—Neat 6-room cot- two porches, electric lights, city _„r good barn, easy terms. 1,500. •Mi ivws street—Good rpur room bar,,, dty water, fine shade; ih and ii> monthly. *«t Owln*s street—Good four- V hou-s". three porches, barn untr flue well. $*00. ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

vfcV,*,. ' "W;/ «fg I 6 u I i-,v? it- •$ i Ew !ii 1 If". ||; •wF I ■I THE DEMISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBERjfr ♦ 6IVE YOUR OPINION OF IT Fresh Supply of Fulton's Compound now in. This is the only known preparation that curfs ihoee dread diseases, diabetes and Fright's disease. If you are not afflicted and have friends that are. do them a Rr^at, ser- vice by telling them about Ful- ton's Compound. Don't lei them die when there is a cure at hand. Sold only by HANNA The Careful Druggist. * ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ > Fresh Comb Honey Jn«t received a fresh shipment of fine corrib honey from Bee- , vllle, Texas, the place where the bees do the' work. No ques- tion about this being the pure article. Why do you get your coffee at Knaur-Brown Grocer Com- pany? Because they have the beat coffee In town, and an electric coffee mill, so they can grind it Just to suit you. KNAUR-BROWN Grocery Co. . expressions desired regard- ing waterworks award. City Attorney Smith Asks Citizens to W...

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