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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

■v;V\ mm ?r W mH t.-i's, mm ?ii<*lfL^-> ■ ■ ' t THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. 8 Wfl gplTOME an-HklnK Uirouarh the earth, "7utl«i m filled with mirth, yy of beating rife— wo know of LJfe. Hr , /ragr.uit blossoming, 1 i?<% ln lhe 8Priaf' no with flower and dovo— j"J, ttu we Know of Love. JkI withered petals fall, L wrJthat Hears no call, gtiil for one lwt^ breath—* atson, Blanche James, Pearl James, ay Kirk, LJIUan Brown, Hazel Sad- ler, Gertrude Owens, Ethel Caldwell and Carrie Nllson; Masters Glenn Ifadley, Clyde Green, Albert Hays Milton Dearman, John Rogers, Ray ; tOO ,11 wo know of Death. riotte IJocker in Alnslee'a. Mof social Interest of both Md Sherman continues to "«kmt the fall brides and .The brides of Denison are number, but the social proml- frf the imrtiea brings out many '• iLontary functions. A great i weddings were chronicled in t geat, with numerous small !fn honor of the happy pairs. !«ork of the varioui clubs of , now assumes an lnlerest-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

"-''"-is m *■.■ >... f & |. 1,1 kn,;,' ' h 10 THE DBKI80H DAILY HKtALD, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20 a natural laxative Druggists Report Enormous Sales of Sal-Te-Na Effer- vescing Fruit Seltzer A " Money Back " Cure Tor Constipation Our readers will be interested in the rccent new discovery known as SAL - TE - X A, an Effervescent Fruit Seltzer that ■ urcs Headaches and Constipation SAL-TE-NA ; . a Natural Laxa- tive that gives positive results in une hour, with ;t griping, and it is entirely free tr ■ ri: the dangerous coal tar products so widely used in headache tablets and powders. As the name indicates, SAL- TE-NA is partly composed of natural fruit acids. No physician <>t standing would endorse a remedy thru depresses the heart s action, and that's just exactly the effect of many head- ache tablets and powders. SAL-TE-NA is recommended by the best physicians in this country, because it does its work quickly and without depressing the heart's action. SAL-TE-NA is sold in 10...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

llfew —jn wi«r,' TOai * :^«aiOTSOT',fW ''n" . * %+* ■j*"'- ,'n I ■ ^-< ^'^'vf'jL ^ ^il3fe?';;$ •;;' ,'£•' -dM - . .• .... -'V-«r*4it. + &" '" A ' w« jj bound to come around once in a while. Even the Ijest paint will wear off in time. But painting time will come around least often if,* tfhen you paint, you use Collier ^Pure White Lead (judo >>7 tha Old Dutch frooew) mixed with Pure Linseed Oil. It is the accepted standard paint. Looks best, lasts longest, and costs least in the long run. ,. Send for free booklet, beautifully il- |Mtr*tcd. Valuable to any one who would preserve and beautify his yropcrty at the least outlay. national lead company Qprli Ave. tad lOtli St.# St* Lonlf, Mo* For ttle by first diss dealers. Flue Cleaning f * We are prepared to clean | flues on short notice. Be sure >' and have your flues attended to [' and prevent possibility of fire, i Leave orders at R. B. Ellis & | Co. Both phones 492. f&oi' J. D. and Chas. Overturff Do It Now ii I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 October 1906

i" f: i ■ I M 1 i IK THE DSN1S0H DAILY HEEALD. ({ 1 THE 8EQUSL. HOW THE BLACKV1LLE PLAYER BROKE HIS LEG. THE ONLY WAY. * a 1 Bronson: "De Sport says hs's flying high these day*. Woodson: "What's ha doing—chauffeuringan airship?" WINDING IT UP. Stockholder—You are the receiver ap- pointed to wind up the affair* of the liushall company. I believe? Lawyer—Ye . sir. "What are the prospects?" "Well, things looked pretty gloomy for awhile, but they are brightening, up now." "Ah! I am glad to hear that." "Yes; make yourself easy. There Is little doubt now that we can! realise enough out of It to pay my salary." GETTING EVEN WITH HIM. "Will you please pull the bell?" said an elderly woman in a street car to a young college looking fellow hanging to a strap In front of her. "No, madam, but I shall be glad to pull the cord which rings the bell," he answered. "Oh, never jjnlnd," she said. "The cord lt connected with two bells—front and back—and you might atop the w rong eud of the car." ",JW &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 October 1906

PSL P .. $ M7. i M%.. ri>: \ $£ ■ iLOCK "jule National Bank. JU, texab. i*: *•. sr. jlegwnla. C« Slid Ptavrw „ Director*: hu B. Hlu h*w ott, V. N. Robb. en, o. Ij. BlacKford, p. H. Tobln, , I1, A. W. Achcson. "iiTr. Piatter. JJjenison vol. xvrn, DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1906. NO. 85. •M'y m The Library i l J-'14-' University of J. J. M'ALBSTBR. " UMt C. B. COBB, President. Vice-President H. 8. LEGATE. Cashier. P. J. BKENNAN, A sa t Citable* National Bank of Denison, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL. /. 100.00« SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100,001 Directors: J. J. McAlcster, H, KitJCPnaburgSf \V. B. Munson, C. 8. Cobb. A! 8. Burrows, P. J. Hrennnrw J. B. McDOUgall. K. 8. I.p.g:itP. C. C. Jinks, W. H Ulbtwrd, NO INTEREST PAID ON GENKRAL DEPOSITS. SAD END OF A MISSPENT LIFE PRINCE OF GET RICH QUICK SWINDLERS DIES FROM MOR- PHINE POISONING. HE WAS UNDER INDICTMENT Brery day Madden's reputation for selling the bent shoes reaches lew homes. Each day brings old patrons and many new ones. Thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 October 1906

'• HP! ./ .. r ■ , — - THE DEKISON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER to I 1- ' ' m , I h ii Jr. i: 1 TJ •J I K ,j/ i L 1 1 ■ i iu:, sM THE OENISON DAILY HERALD TUB IJEB.M..D rrm.lXHINQ CO. PUEUSHEHiJ- Offjcc of publication No, 105 \V>«t Wood- «rd S*.r*rt, D*r.i®.:>n. TV***. L:ite:e<l at the |\> toff!ce at [ieni on < •ecOr.d clam mAtltr. neighbors and fund* raised aimW the .business men of Denison, made this jtt perfect a piece of road as there waj anywhere about (he city. Now I? U a series of holes and deep rut*. \ pllt log drag would soon bring rhi* back to the ideal condition in which !t was j when Mr Anderson and his force com i plete-i his work. Those who use the j road dally well know what a differ- ence i! made. Tfrms of sub/rrtpuori-Dat'y: I scribed a thousand dollars toward em ploylnit a skilled engineer la const ru t ins culverts They also offered ward for the farmer who daring the j y*ar kepi his part of the road In the best condition. The people Of north e-n Gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 October 1906

7?<" V M: 1 Ib'K : THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD. MONDAY, OOTOBEB 22. AT SHERMAN MTY SEAT NEWS ITEMS ;R PROGRESS BEING MADE ijtf *ACH tr,ce CA8E ™an ' first anticipated. MEETING WAS HELD Confederate Veterans and hters of Confedercy Render- ^ ^Interesting Program—An- niversary 8ervlee at Cen- tral Christian Church. office of Herald, eaat aide of Items of Sherman new* re- fer publication. Matters per- ' to Sherman circulation g^vn attention. New 'phone. No. 77; ijjj 'phone No. 7ft* | gherman, Tex., Oct. 22.—The case the State vs. Zach Tric« is still attention in the Fifteenth Court. A number of lmport- iritnesBcs have been oxamlned ; the day, and better progress Is ntade in the trial than was at llattclpatcd. [ lathe case of R. D. Sanders vs. E. .ganders, tried tbl3 morning before Poaruon in the Fifty-Ninth Dis- * Court, plaintiff's prayer for dl- , was granted. Divorce was grant- 1 la the case of S. C. McLean vs. J. , McLean, and property rights were Judgment for plaintiff In court for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 October 1906

TOT DENI80N DAILY HERALD, MO!TOAY, OOTOBEIl_ Other development work will I Choctaw division of the Katy, Is lay- inf oft on account of iwKaa*®- switch engine In IS GREAT FEAT IN ENGINEERING K r b. & m I: r s H ■ ! i Negro*. also be undertaken. Mr. Poland la In New York, where he will be Joined j by Mr. Glover In a short time. They j aspect to uail for the Philippines about lydla £*. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound A a positive cure for all those painful kiluipiitJ. of ivumrft. It will entirely jure the worst forms of Female Com- plaint*. Inflammation and l/lceratlon, railing and f>ispln<*einefits und conse- quent ^spinal Weakness and is peouli* 4rly adapted to ihu Change of Lift. It wiii surely cure. Backache. It litis cured more eases of Female Weakness than any other retriedv the world ha* ever known. 11 is almost in- fallible in such cases It dissolves ami expelfc Tumors in an early development. That Bearing-down Feeling, cans in if pain, weight ami headaehe, !a Instantly ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 October 1906

"ir ' V .. ^SSjpjKi^ 1 m, %£\. pw ... -ir *■ THE DENIgON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22. ""nmnnunt the wise housekeeper ^ to it that her grocer 8Cnds' her Swiss Coffee jw' ; • m 25c blend with the 40c flavor. Every package weighs a l21d—full" weight. Roasted and packed fresh dully in Denison at i ?T-™stinK Plant of a - • LOCAL NEWS NOTES Kljl' IVKf ■ I m PURE Aluminum Ware tonight'8 events. : Hilly Kersands' Mlustrels, Opera | House. | Dfnlson Commaudery No. 24, K T., special meeting for Red Cross da- | gree, Masonic Hall. | Gate City Lodge No. 28, I. A. of M., | rf^nlar meeting, O. R. C. Hall. t one Star Union No. 114, 1. B. of II. H„ regular meeting, Labor Hall. DeniBon Division No. 1, 8. B. T A. of A., regular meeting, Labor Hall Uible Class, regular meeting, Y. M. | C. A. tomorrow afternoon. Gate City Hive No. 17, L. O. T. M , regular meeting, class initiation and Inspection, O. R. C, Ilall. IC NOT 8CORCH' OR BURN. WILL NOT RUST OR corrode. WILL not crack or scale. WE HAVE IT ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 October 1906

; i \ '• -t. i Ui ■ <m THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY OCTOBER 22 OPERA HOUSE Tuesday, October 23 NEIL BURGESS And bU big production t f Charles fear-nans pastoral play The County Fair Two carload* of scenery, horses and mechanical rffeeti, prev.-ntlng The Greatest Horte Race Scene Ever Witnessed. 4—THOROUGHBREDS—f Running a fall rr :ic 12 continuous! view e? the aidlesrf This great ffiwt Is accomplished 'iod -r patents wwr.e«l and controlled by Mr. Barge*-' This IS Mr. Burgees' fir-", apt*'*'' aoce in oar city with "T:.-- Ovmty Fair." the piay which has made famous the world 01 er. ftsrtar pre- sented It for rttw continuous years in N\* York, one year it. Bos.or., acd one year in London Prtces 25c to $?.50. OPERA HOUSE Monday, Oct. 22 Billy KersancTs , " FAMOUS MINSTRELS i The Original Dirwtiwi fi-o 1, Barton. Headed by the King of Colored Minstrelsy BILLY KERSANOS And a supporting company of selected colored Mars Go:jm)uj First Fart The Watermelon. See the funny. ide splitting...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 October 1906

... pffiiMPKWIf' 1®' I " ': • ' '-y- • W '■ •$' t '« •'" '■ ' tvsJ '" \ (•' 4 ' , ; ' ■ :•< ." !•' ' V ■ ■■■"' ' kt■'•■.' '■ ",UV,'^v;■ ■_■ tJ/r, , .! m u 'jii ■ J- ji EagTi'yg • *f7 % r' .. ftp the dmhison daily hbeald, monday, october 22. - - EPW./ S v ~":>f¥*'*:? P Want advertising "raise* •alariea" oftener than they ar« raised by "the generosity and appreciation of employ- era." Sometlmea "the boss' vaiuea a good man lightly un til someone elae wants him, and tries to get him. ".*.li■■:'''>> l''Vv'4 —— help wanted. Male. !5U 1 vsss*^ ' And tot_. __ ,.jt of town and *£,« DJpdnSw'agtin. h P0 lurnett ' www. — turn* two «oo<l r aivd har- twws and •5k;XbS55' mSSKf ffi "S. -«■ - Sr KS'i. "SJ? tf «*« time. Ail conveniences. X#H. TrkUI AT A BA KOAIN—Thirty* « am-s land, 4-room house, large ! clone to city limitu. southeast. In- 317 West Mtmaon street. 18-tf r-ooM house, 214 West Gandy. Has , w«ter. k« . nice parches, close In. y u.11 for $2,750 tor au'ck Hftle. Prop- J^rt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 October 1906

rav- • ialBft WE I K V ' !■ i'tf | i (■ IP 1 ft V T~ 15 ft 9 -- -n* 1 mmm ■ «- V-'V ■ i- v>v«J ■'-'A.' -THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22. IN MEMORY £ MRS. DAVIS SERVICES AT WAPLKS MEMORIAL CHURCH LAST NIGHT. Denison Camp No. 885, United Confed- erate Veterans, Paid Tribute Sunday Afternoon. A large and appreciative' audience assembled in Wapjea Memorial Church iast evening to unite In the memorial service conducted out of renpect to the late Mrs. Jefferson Davis, wife of the iorrner president of the Confederacy. The choir rendered special music for the occasion, and Mrs. Overton Har- ds, the choir directress, sang very sweetly and appropriately, "Beyond the Gates of Paradise." A large number of the members of Denison Camp No. 885, IT. C. V., an«l Denison Chapter No. 250, U. D. C., were present. On behalf of the two orders, Mrs. W. W. McCombs read a short sketch of the life of Mrs. Davis." Following this, the pastor, Kev. J. W. I till, briefly and in beautiful and elo-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 23 October 1906

■ ; - —- ' - •■ •:•■ ? !.' " ■" • i I •■ -i- ,*- • - • . .b ,. sm' '■' y * v. gyle National Bank; pKKlSON. TEXAS. i «ssgs;t *• fir5" •* fSslant Cashier*. tl<W,<* £?jj iiid PKOFITB.. IOO.WO Dlr«ctof*: s.* !?«%«* K H.Tobtn. VOL. XVD.I DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1906. NO. 86. C. 8. COBB, J. J. M'ALESTER. President. Vice-President. K. 8. LEOATE, Cashier. P. J. BtUSNNAN, Asa't CaahlMt National Bank of Deniaon, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL. 1100,00# BUUPLUa anU PROFITS.. 100,00) Directors: J. J. McAlestor, H. H«-icensburgWi W. B. Munaon, C. 8. Cobb, A. 8. Burrows, P. J. Brenrnrk J. B. MeDougall, It. 8. Legate, C. C. Jinks, W. H. Htbbnrd, NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. j GOODS AT v':. irin« Tiio Library "I University of 'i«x V/ t A cold blizzard Is sweeping down upon jg* So says the weather man, and if you lave not made preparation to keep warm I you will have to hurry. Madden's Is aaauredly the place. The I nry lateat and best and the most reason- (ably priced garments c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 23 October 1906

r pry , mrm IK I 5 Tfe KM P 1 W! 1 \ V lp^ .yjStfej*' \ I I ' r ' & \ . THE DENISON" DAILY HEBALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER ^3. ¥l!S!PE3P THE DENISOM DAILY HERALD' THE HERALD Pt'm.IflHINCl CO.. PUBLISHERS. Ctfice of publication No 305 Wont \Vr od- ar<i Street, Detiiaon, Tex**. Entered nt th* I'o t«fflc at Oenlaon as •ncond-iU** matter. uouncement that the big packers are going together through a similar cum- i any also to be organized abroad. This j would Mem to Indicate that leglala- i tlon already enacted with a view to ! meeting existing conditions must be | practically dropped and entirely new I legislation enacted to reach the new conditions. This trust buHting game is a mighty hard one. to get together and get busy under In- telligent direction.—Denlson Herald. The secret of successful road build- Iuk from the earliest days down la by combtuatlon and co-operation. If all the persons interested get together, the Individual burden la a light one.— San Antonio Express. Terms of su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 23 October 1906

T" "" Sw WLr-. ' Cd'X, THE DENI30N DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 23. 47 SHERMA N MAN PLANS TO give the lENATOR a genuine DEM- OCRATIC WELCOME. «£f £ flY FUGS AND BUNTING l city will Be Profusely Decorated and Dm Distinguished Guest Will Be Hit by Large Concourse of tlzena and .a Brass «*b Band—Other News. office of Herald. Mat side of Items of Sherman news re- for publication. Matters per- to Sherm%n circulation ( i«n _ attention. New 'phone. No. 77; pld 'phono No. 76. Sherman, To*., Oct* 23.—The mem- ' tan of the committee iu charge of ur- i iuiements for the reception of Scna- |Joseph W. Bailey upon his arrival the city next Thursday afternoon busied ihemselvea with plans • an enthusiastic welcome for the I lateral days, and report progress [ t most gratifying nature. ne opera house has been secured the speaking, which baa tieen an- for 3 o'clock in the afternoon I all available additional seating has been filled with chairs in to utilize the full capacity of i building. Senator ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 23 October 1906

■V '"'iSCim ■ y.v . i, ■ \ . ' ' THE DENI801T DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, OOTOBEB g i $1.00 Alarm Clock I <*y ; i for 75c. || during our stock-reducing. rash- T) raising sale. This la a sample of the bargain* we are offering. Come in u we will show you many others. IS READY FOR PRESENTATION DEMANDS OF RAILROAD MEN IN HANDS OF GENERAL CHAIR- MEN'S ASSOCIATIONS. FOUR ORDERS INTERESTED | L. B. Moore, Conductors, Engineers, Firemen and Trainmen of Roads West of the Mississippi River to Ask for More Pay and Better Working Conditions. JEWELER. 216 W. Main St " I tt+nt i HERE HERE This is (he place to buy furniture. Low prices, cash or easy payments. Heaters of all sizes. L'pholsterlog and repairing a specialty. D. K. THOMPSON, 118-120 N. Rusk Ave. New Phone 627. General chairmen Of railway orders on practically every system went of the Mississippi River have formulated demands tor uniformity of pay and in many Instances Increases and have placed them In the hands of the West- ern General Ch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 23 October 1906

m ma *. WKS3K '■ ' • #5'. i.sl j—n„ + — .. . im THE DEN1B0N DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. U\Y^ r sPfl [he Pleasure of Anticipation J|en greater than the pleasure of realization. You'll find the L^e true If you try a cup of properly ma(ie j, f If J : , I s||B< • hWBIJWT ITS QUALITY 10 CONSTANTLY WIDENING ITS CIRCLE OF FRIENDS. LOCAL | NEWS NOTES P1 RTKINS' 'SILVER STEEL ■Sp jpp' Spi i SAWS Are made for mechanics who want 1/tgY RUNNING, it EDGE HOLDING, We have them. lall-Leeper SAWS. INIGHT'S EVENTS. Neil BurgWsa In "The County Pair,1' Opera Mouse, Gate City Hive No. 17. L. O. T. M., "pen meeting, O. H. C. Hall. Retail Grocers' Protective Association, regular meeting, office of S 8. Dur land, Lindsay Building. Gate City IxKlge No. 160, K. & L. of H., regular meeting, K. of P. Hall. Live Oak Camp No. 11, W. 0. \V.. reg- ular meeting. Woodmen Hall. Denlson Lodge No. X, a. o. C. w, | regular meeting, I. O. O. F. Hall. -Denlson l^odge No. 90, 8. r. of N A., regular meeting, O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 23 October 1906

I H . f , THE DElflSON DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBEBJ^ OPERA HOUSE Tuesday, October 23 NEIL BURGESS and his big prdduotion of Charles Barnard's postural play The County Fair Two carloads of Reentry, hordes and mechanical effect*. presenting The Greatest Horse Race Scene Ever Witnessed. .j—thoroughbreds— 4 Itunntn«r a full mile in continuous view of tne audience. This great effect is accomplished under patents owned and controlled by Mr. Burgess. This is Mr. Burgess' first a;i[«ar- anee in our city with "The County Fair,' the play which he has made famous the world over, having pre- sented it for three continuous years in New York, one year in Boston, and ©no year in London. Prices 25c to $1.50. OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY OCT. 24, 1906 W. McGOWAN Presents the merry musical mixup n y WIFE'S FAMILY Book by Hal Stephens. Mnslc and lyrics by H. B. Linton. A Merry Riot of Fun and Music Headed by those funny comedians McCabe and Maddern The real laughing show. Prices 25c to $1.00. T Suffe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 23 October 1906

.M v V- HELP WANTED r "</ .'•>: ■' «?5 ■f::'?.. oi SK ROBS '• ■■"I'T-fFT ;t . ' 1?T^S!55 . .:Je ."li-afc- ' '"'TV* ■S ' ■ rnc DEWI80W DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. farm aows and Ml 2-lm« oomer Che-t^t na Bcullln s% SBfc&rfcf M-tf ts^aud" 4-rc*m~hoif g. large eioM to city limits, southetMit . In- ! ijj West Munson street. 18-tf house, 214 West Gandy. lias nice porches, close In. er, *a . for $2.71 n„,<h $3,50 _ 'nontti. Apply at place. for It 760 for quirk sale. Prop }i $3,500 and will rent for $3< 0 13 Imo for sale or rent. 153-3. V. Ma- 21-lwk Household Good*. 4D SEE the new pianos. Bald- "klm balls, Esteys .and vurioua gold on easy . payments. No s la show goods. Buyie & Co. 17-ltno Washington street, tr Kale- household 17rtf ^TOH. Will hold between pounds of ice, practically A. Thompson. 10-tf one solid bat f«lt mattrnsses, ranteed not to g«t lumpy, i get out of shape. If they dorrt •tlsfsctlon In a days' trial, ick to your dealer and get your When you bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 23 October 1906

THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, TPEBDAY, OCTOBER^. is! M HH (Sw ■, nv ;Js,5.3 i 'f w ; v if I I B| Si; O- I AMUSEMENTS. The Cough Cure That Cures When you have a touch or a cold or a sore throat and you want onu*tlilng that will CI KK take our own couRh syrup J"si as toon a# you can get hold of iho bottle. Buy it today so ihut you will have it when >ou want it. It cures the cough. I' quickly | relieves the soreness and in- flammation. It. does away with that "raw" feeling of the throat and clean the voice. Price J 5£ We put it up in our own Htore, we know what's in it and ctin conscientiously recommend it. HANNA The Careful Druggist Billy Keraanda' Minstrela at the Opera Mouse Last Night. Hilly K^rnamls' Famous Minstrels w«r« tit the l>enl*on Opera House last night and played to a K'xxl-iiiz^d audi- ence. The famous Watermelon first Part, which w«s the curtain-raiser, dariled and amazed the audience and brought forth a generous burst of ap- plan*e. The show is a first-class one in e...

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