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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 24 October 1906

mm k ' ■' fflgS National Bank, W*n80N. T«XA8. A. r ptaltw. u Vlce-PfM. U*aai%Cghg**T. taot Cashiers. wd'PKOFiT8.'. ,:f > . vol. xvm NISON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1906. £ F. Platter. NO. 87. w-* dden's Clothing P;l|; S&' - | i " 1 . i&J . ' - A > (, rtA R ip- ^ ■ i.'' The Library «>f uie. University i>t Tex HBt . - i: I 1 I 1 t \ I * Copyright 1906 by Hart\ Schaffner 6? Marx WALL STREET HEADS NEWS STRIKE AGITATION REACHES THE FINANCIAL CENTER. Rock Island and Frisco Men Make De- mands—Railroad Officials Take a Hopeful View, •fis New York, Oct 24,—News was re celved in Wall street yesterday that formal demands for Increased wages and shorter hours had been made upon the management by tenders, firemen and switchmen on the Rock Island and Frisco railway systems, both of whon^ aro controlled by the Rock Island Company. Similar de- mands, it was said, had been made by the men on a number of other large Western systems. It was stated that ultimately a total of 22...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 24 October 1906

V • c. f If 1 fc: I 'jet B!P 1 i THE DENISON DAILY S b>, WIDMMDAY, OCTOBB* «■_ THE OENISON DAILY HERALD | heart. j =s j out over the r\*d. Returning hom be THEJ HERAT,D iH'BT.tflHlNO CO. j wrt>« a Urtigthy srtirta regarding it Yesterday Editor WorlJun at the Car- «lcana Sun wu in ih« ciljr *nd tpeat i srtir e time with Secrv.ary Lsrkln of jthe Board of Trade thoroughly famtl- publishers. Office of publication N'n 396 Wwt Wood artl 8lre«t. T«*aa Ouly a ibort toe « ie* ftn« reap* an indirect hwneflt. nan came to D*nl«.>& and went *°° Herald. Y«t we hare business n en right here In Hon ham thai will tell you th>it the Board of Trade is A front and bus nerer done anythln*. lionhant 1* Ve- in* adwrtlsed while loma of cir peo- ple sleep.—Hon ham **avorlto. Entered at the postofflco «t Onlson Moorul-i'liui nuttier. Term# of #ub*eripUon—Dally: On* Wrek On month - . Threfc mouth* Uf [>m 1 d In advance). TIIK SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. I IS so 1 5) One year 1.00 | iarhtng himself ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 24 October 1906

;3E8B9BR :*-k: "i ■ ■!-' BWjWEP1 ,i — jf * "-'M i .-,1, — - i . ■•'. ■ :*",« !*l5H52$C? ' ''' p 1BH i ,vca - f ' < IWl —~#~ 4^ * '■■'/ ■ XW; ■ . '•' pBWf'sB 1 v, ' .*S ,.yn ^ .Ml S li ■ .. •' ' ' ■ mm. mm the dbAibow daily herald, wbdhebday. october 24. •«r' « T SHERMAN seat hews items e.r\*r,r; £££ * - „ B,,^7 -T0 BE 8HER- m/mnweinCSn: T° prePar« a written PI M- •lo,lV«nat, Mrn. John W. Flnley and Miss May Wil- son; on music Mrs. w. L Lemmon. Mis. Charles ilro^u and Miss Nettle xias.i. "Mrs. J. O. Scott was chosen to rep- resent the chapter In a special cou- „.8 00E8T TOMORROW. ; will B« Practically 8uapend- Kid the visitor Given a ■ Royal Welcome. „:tce of Hi Items of publloai . lu Sherman attention. N< No. 7«. aide of ference committee, the other niemb. r ni pSE wU,ch wiU be selected from M.I- Uers per- " " Tex., Oct. .2,4.—-The recep _h will be accorded Senator W. Bailey upon l ls U"rrlval tor will In many respect prove [girt enthusiastic which has been him at any point lu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 24 October 1906

IpS P wlP' H f ' Mi1:' / . THE DENMOK DAILY HERALD An Exceptional Opportunity OlilOniflC CCiD I CTDIIfC <J>* terminal wort by the Gal Teuton. flAILnUAUo itRn A OlnlRL Howio* and Henderson. which U o,r t ♦ i t I ♦ «■ ♦ ♦ <■> X i % I | I l % It , erated Jointly by the Mis«ouri, K n 'SITUATION AT GALVESTON IS RE * and Texas and the International ot GAROED AS SERIOUS. During our thirty-day bargain ■ale we are selling beautiful Bohemian glass sherbet cups and berry dishes at Only $3.00 Per Sat This wiii give you an idea of our very low price# during this sal*, U *ili I>av you to make your purchase* uuw. L. B. Moore,;; Switchmen Can Tie Up Traffic They Go Out—Other News of the Railroad*. If and Croat Northern. A strike switchmen would therefore rosult much trouble to the two systems. 11 i.-i understood that the Brother' hood of Railway Trainmen has de- cided to refrain from Interference if the strike occurs, on the ground that the Switchmen's Union has the oon- iract. - OCT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 24 October 1906

1": *tten greater than the pleasure of true if you will try a cup of pr BP /t • /-? Swiss C ire of if- tllzatlon. fly made ■•••hi You'll find the ITS QUAL.IT IT# ffee ^^HMippPPi 18 CONSTANTLY WIDENING :LE OF FRIENDS. Ill' _THB DENISON DAISY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. OOTOBER 24. LOCAL NEWS NOTES — TONIGHT'S EVENTS. "My Wife's Family,'' Opera House. Gate City Chapter No. 77, O. E, S„ called meeting, Masonic Temple. Uate City Lodge No. 15, B. of R. regular meeting, 0. R. C. Hall. Denison Ixxlge No. 15, 0. of R. C., regular meeting, B of L. F. Hull. Locul No. 202, M. C. & B. W , regular meeting, Labor Hall. Ij TOMORROW AFTERNOON. W. C. T. U. "Mothers' Meeting," home of Mrs. R. T. Kiuder, West Monte- rey street. kTKINS' SILVER STEEL SAWS Weather Forecast. New Orleans, Oct. 24—Tonight and Thursday, fair. Are made for mechanics who want RUNNING, 1 EDGE HOLDING, FAST CUTTING SAWS. "We have them. Hardware I Company WE are showing full line of , i ft M. shoes in plain toe% lace or congress. J. &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 24 October 1906

t I ;X i! i'■ I, .1; ■ 9yv,. I I I II is EotI' THE^DENISON DAILY BEtfJ), WTOHfflAY,jQWgaj: Prom now on we will receive fresh daily the celebrated MORGAN CITY OYSTERS AND FRESH CELERY. We also handle the pure New York apple cider at 50c p t gal- lon in gallon lota only. Frank Mamola 207 W. Main. Both Phones HAIR TELLS CHARACTER. Colar •( Hale |al< (a I <HmiIi a Par- OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY OCT. 24, 1906 W. McGOWAN Presents the merry musical rnlxup r\Y WIFE'S FAMILY Rook by Hal Stephens. Music and lyrics by H. B. Linton. A Merry Riot of Furl and Music Headed by thosp funny corned luna McCabe and Maddern The real laughing show. Prices 25c to $1,00. Many paople believe that blonde, or ;tght hair denotes affection and dark \air constancy. A person without hair « nut devoid of character; far from It. he disposition of the a vertigo baid- ~aded man ia to show such soydtude :,t the welfare of others, that he neg- •cts himself. A germ cause* baldness, •rof. Sabouraud, of Paris. Fran...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 24 October 1906

■p HP ■p- . „ ff'W . — ■ -- " ■ ■ r wry wmmm - jnflM3ENIS0N DAILY HEBLALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24. 4. I1SSIM" S±SSS , I I r* > «♦ *■ v*. ■' "Let every man praise the bridge he goes over;" and let every one who secures or sells something through reading or using the want ads, speak to his friends about it. ojwap, terras, to cornerCheatnut an4 BeulUn RSr&2§g5f conveniences J^H. AT A BARGAIN—Thirty Went Munaon atreet. IS-if OM house. JU West Oandy. H«s iter. PO^es. .<*** ln Apply at place. IMmo f i l I for sale or jreut- C. . *Ic- ions 168-8. * ,3U;wka Household cTsKlTthe new planoi. Bald- ntm balls, Esleys and vnrlou* ■ sold on easy payments. No to show goods. Kuyle & Co. —— li-lr.io Washington street, household Tfor rale. > 0 one solid bat felt mattresses, jsranteed not to get lumpy. „• set out of shape. If they don't satisfactionv In M days* trial, ck to yotir dealer and get your When you buy. be sure to ask jlco's felts. Made ouly hy Denl- ttress Factory. TV® serond...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 24 October 1906

~7~ TH* DENISOH DiftLY OULALD, WMMfMDAY, OOTOBlKai. w I.* 17 IN?' I' I ft iV' ii ' i ■East ham & Markham's October and November sale of dry goods, millinery, dress goods, gents' furn ishings, solid leather shoes, cloaks and skirts Wm .... :Mf For the past week ha* exceeded all our expectations and ws wish to thank our friends and cu«tomers for the liberal patronage which they have favored us with. From the Territory, Grayson and adjoin- ing counties the people have testified by their liberal purchase* that our merchandise and prices are what they are looking for. To those who haven't visited this sale and intend to do so, we bog to say that our stock is still complete. We can suit you In stylo and price In wraps, skirts, dress goods. So what else could we offer you to get your patronage? We are not givon ta boasting but wo do say that some of the big houses would have bean proud to have had as much business aa wo had tho part week. Every day la a big day with Ma at our sales and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 October 1906

' my imm O'CLOCK sute National Bank, i. 'taaua. '«1 N. Hobb. vol. xvm. DENISON, TEXAS, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1906. NO. 88. C. H. COBB. J. J. M ALI t r«atd«iit. Vice- It. 8. I.KQATE. Caa V. J. BRKNNAN. Asa't National Bank of Denis DENISON. TEXAS. CAPfTAL. .*..$100 SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100,' Director*; J. J. McAlester. 11. Ketrensburi W. B. Munson, c'. 8. Cobb, A. 8. Burrow.*, P. J. lirennaik J. B. McDougatl. K. 8. Legrate, C. C. Jinks, W. K. Hlbbard, NO INTEREST PAID ON • GENERAL DEPOSITS. wtimm OVER SCOREJF LIVES LOST BIG TENEMENT HOUSE BURNS IN KANSAS CITY, KAN. Two Hundred People Aaleep in the Case of Texas Tram and Lumber Com SUN TIME FOR THE COURTS STATE SUPREME COURT REN- DERS THE OPINION. Building—List of Injured Num- bers Close to Fifty. B: ',. * \\ V\ ^ \ \\ ** \i -• u ^ [ *•/ Hk|'' / W 1 •+/ i The Library <>C 'lit University .of Tex C pany for Mandamus Against a District Judge. m-' Kansas City, Me., Oct. 25.—More t A.ialln, Tex., Oct 25.—The Supreme than a score of l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 October 1906

m i 4 n § % H . mm i P i f 11-' ! m" fit H rMs ' ! H: I ■ £111 V fmSSs THE DEMMOW DAILY HTOALD, THOT8DAY, OOTOBEB M. THE DENISON DAILY HERALD [ a mile or bo of model road. This is j exemplified by the people living along — the Carj>enter's Bluff road which was ' recently put Id condition by the co- i _ I operative movement Inaugurated by ^==z=.-. J11,o peuison Board of Trade. It was Offic« of publi'-atlon N'n J05 Wc«! W ood- j as bad as it does a spirit of get-np-and- do among It* people.—Denton News. THE IJERA I. O prFlMSUlNO CO., Pl'BLtSUERA ard Street, Dt>nl ori. T difficult at first to interest the farm- living alone this piece of road Emer«<J at the Fo*t.<ffio*- *t iwni*on *. I and there were a few wbo never con second-cum matt« r. ^ j lrjbuted either money or labor to the Today you cannot find a man Trrma of ftibu riptlon— Dulljr: The moment a man begins to let up j fn pushing his business that very mo- ' mcnt the business starts down hill. 5 At first this may be I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 October 1906

iw-v; ' : -ft' .: .jW ra , wtpm . :y\, y Vv-?< THE DENIS ON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. r0R given ROY Ail wet- IE ,N SHERMAN TODA^' ' fusely Decorated vvith Flags Banners-—I. O. O. F. Drill to Be Reorganized. n office of Hemd. eaat aide of Item" of Sherman news r«- for publication. Matter* per- to SUerman circulation *''«n attention. New phone, N*. 77; No. 7$. KAN EVENT8 TONIGHT. ', Encampment No. 21, I, O. r„ regular meeting. I. O. O. F. K Tent No. 56, K. O. T. M.. meeting, Woodmen Hall. Mystlq Circle, regular meet- enters' Hall. nan, Tex., Oct. 25.—Heralded r waving f;&SS aud banners, which the entire business section fgUraan, and met by a delegation / lateral hundred of Sherman's lead- ing citizens, Senator Joseph AV. Bailey given a reception here this morn- 1 i« that amounted to an ovation. The ISn on which he came from Dallas J Mg nearly an hour late and he did lut arrive till after It o'clock The I cheers and hearty handshakes that he ; received when he stepped ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 October 1906

J:, ? V 14 ,: S * ' W\ "•i ■ f S f ■1 i m f§ ■■■$ & ■■■) § # III 1 KB , :r ■ ' I" THE DENTSON DAILY SXIALB, THUMDAY, OCTOBIRM. Extraordinary .. . Watch Sale . .. Whether you require that <t toh be simply a time piece or a valuable piece of jewelry com Dined. I have your style here and at price# that conform with the policy of this store My stock includes only watches which *>e special value* foil©-* can recommend as thoroughly reliable. Some RAILROAD WATCHES IS R \V. Raymond movement, jewel. 26-rear gold fiikd .... ... S;jo 00 Van Guard's Walt.hart! move* meat, 21-jewel. 20-year filled ras«' s:;r oo Veritas Elfiin movement, 23- jewel, 20-year flKed case ... $11 00 Klg'.n or Wait ham movement. 20-vear gold fii!^ hunting case SI5 00 aud up LADIES' WATCHES Elegantly engraved cases. 14- >^arat gold, guaranteed. Walt- ham or Elgin $20 00 and up Handsome gold filled cases, American movements 810 OO Handsome gold filled 2ft-year cases Eljein or Waltham move- ments $15 00 and u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 October 1906

■ -. .The Pleasure of 1 " * " W M~ -mr m m r m THj_DEyifi0N DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. ^ often groatar tt *n the pleasure of realization. Jle trua if you will try a cup of properly made You'll find the Bjtt • i £>r Swiss Coffee ITS QUALITY IS CONSTANTLY WIDENING ITS CIRCLE OF FRIENDS. LOCAL NEWS NOTES TONIGHT'S EVENTS. M„ Choctaw Tribe No. 18, I. O. R regular meeting. O. H. C. Hall. Deuison Tent "No. 42, K. O. T. M„ regular meeting, H. of L p. Hull. White Rose Grove No. 4, W. C., regu- lar meeting. Woodmen Hall. Local No. .'171, B. of C. & J., regular meeting, Labor Hall. Denlsou l^odge No. 89, H. of H C. of - A., rpgulur meeting, l. (>. o. F Hall. | Denison Commandery No. 8«o, K of I regular meeting, K. c. Hall, j Denlson 'Chapter No. 1 :i8, R. A M., special convocation, Masonic Hall! TOMORROW AFTERNOON. SKINS' SILVER STEEL SAWS Are made for mechanics who want. MY RUNNING, EDGE HOLDING, FAST CUTTING SAWS. We have them. iT-- all-Leeper Hardware Company HjPWE are s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 October 1906

/ HE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28. I® (&W> rf L i tk¥A ■"i ,«V a* I 1 From now on we will reeelvo fresh daily the celebrated MORGAN CITY OYSTERS AND FRESH CELERY. We also handle the pure Ne York apple cider at 50c per gji Ion in gallon lots only. Frank Mamola 207 W. Main. Both Phones i OPERA HOUSE Friday, October 26 The Big Event. JOSEPH AND WILLIAM W. Jefferson In Cleveland Mofett and Hartley Davis' big new comedy hit of today PLAYING THE GAME The success of the season. Big massive, handsome production. Pricea 25c to $1.50. Beats on sale Thursday. Oct. 25. I —— I DENISON OPERA HOVSE ONE NIGHT ONLY HPT 11 SATUBD A Y vtl. Back to his native state. MACLYN ARBUCKLE (The original County Chairman.) In — George Ade's greatest comedy THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN Accompanied by many of the origi- nal New York company. .149 nights in Wallack's Theatre. New York; 80 nights In Steudebaker's Theatre, Chicago;; 60 nights in Tre- mont Theatre, Boston. Mr. Arbuckle formerly practiced l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 October 1906

"Ws 1 mf 3mm 7, . wmj% _TH> DBWIBON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY OCTOBER 25. f-: . mmmmmmmmmmrnrn for 7i*al 1 FI^C , on* «w;«V and tpo _jt of town &ssrjsass. ^fficKen . WliU« l/e{fh« ' and Barred Plyi«w elitsp. tOrtns to "' f ™ i ■„«; ' • ■ - "-imett ll4USt farm "A prudent man procures a sleigh in summer, and a wagon in winter." The want ad columns always contain some out-of-season offers and opportunities. comer and Bfcullin. ts for 142 to lotion. Cheap for cash, or AU ooa enl 'AT A "BAKdA«-W.Iriy^ land. 4-mom hpuee. largo to city limit*, sbutheust, ln- n West Mupspn street. ts-tf house, 214 West Gaudy. Has iter, gas; nice porches, cloae In. I for 12.700 for quick salt*. Prop- rtl, |* 500 and will Mill for K0 D«h. Apply at place. 13-lino _ for sale or rent. phono . 153-3. Position* waiting. 11.-st trad.- in tl. .. __ world for poor man; litil.. cxpcns**, cai- #-ji aloytjft. mailed frc. MoUi Bntl -r 'ol- 19-tf **' '<>x tJ* F. Mc- 21-Swks For Sale or Trade "tioT In Bast Sherma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 25 October 1906

t-fv 95 VWMfW* |1 " ' '' v W X mw'W* w ■■3 I i| te ;t ■* "I :fi SBS'i i f|. |I . 1111111 •*_?/.• I -^VKAm " . THg DSHMOIT PJJLT BIRALD. TgOTUHUT. OOTOBSa • TO GET RESULTS From your prescription—the results your . physiciin want* yon to get—there <iie four im- portant essentials, yes, wo might say five: Fresh, Pure Drug* No Substitution* Accuracy anil Care lij, Com- pounding Experienced. Graduate Pharma- cists Promptness You K *t the benefit of all these important features by sending your prescriptions to us or phoning us to semi for th£ttu hrmember this ne*t time and oe« that the prescription comes here. HANNA The Careful Druggist. Postal sub-station — roistered letters and packages reeved at ail bours. ♦ i Edam and Pineapple Cheese Just received a fresh supply of the above cheese. We also carry full cream chees and Swiss cheese. We believe we can pleas« you. We also have a lot. of fresh layer raisins, figs, filberts and almonds. All kinds of new dried fruits. When you want your ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 October 1906

r -w;-. par .•;' ^¥^*7' 'TOfy*'iv Mil Rational Bank, w.Tmua ,/nril A. p- *t ttor, 1 at. ■ Vice-Pros. Ca*bl«r. F. Foley, fcashlers. iimtflBSn Directors: B- HiMh w. JL . N. Robb. O. ! ■ BiacKford, p. H. Tobln, , A. W. Aebsson. -r. mtur. '•. ■ 1 ' ' ' TWELVE PAGES hf Jmusiui Jlttiln fietniii. vol. xvm. denison, texas, friday, october 26, 190c. NO. 89. !« <4 -. •«,565 C. 8, COBB, J. J. M'AI.ESTER, President. Vlce-Pre*W«nt K. 8. I.EGATE. Caahter. P. J. BKENNANC Ass't Cuhltk National Bank of Deniaon, DKNISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL $190,033 BUltPLUS and PROFITS.. 100,001 Directors: J. J. McAloster, II. KrK«r>uburc«£ W. B. Munson, C. 8. Cobb, A. 8. Burrows, P. J. Brennan J. B. McDougall, It. 8. legate, C. C. J Inks. VV. s. Hfbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. > 'V • University GRAFT-RIDDEN SAN FRANCISCO ACTING MAYOR SPRINGS A SUR- PRISE BY FIRING THE DIS- TRICT ATTORNEY. VICE MAOE TO PAY HEAVILY Gentlemen, Who Are Particular ; their hats usually find Just what they want among th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 October 1906

THE DENISON DAILY HERALD MT> w r I # II ? wf m' vt; IWWf' ! mm 1 6,1: f" Ikl ■;3 1$. K - the denison daily herald, friday, october 26. f ' pi 1 • ' l&AJjSfei; > jju THE HERALD Pt'BI.ISHINO CO.. PUBLISH KK8- office of publication No 365 W«t Wood- ard Street. Denison. Taxas. Entered at the Pontofflee Ht Denison *® •econU-cl*«* matter. Terme of ub*crlptIon— Dally: One W ek ' • '* One month • ••• -*® Three months (If pal.l In advance).- 1 -0 TJIK SEMT-WEKKI.y HERALD. One yt-ar Is called "Woman" and a Its name disappointed with himself.—Bonham would Indicate It cater* especially to J 's ew*- « . - the women of the country, it is a | it is easy enough to find out If the "radical departure however as It Is a HilUboro cotton mill and the West straight reading magazine without II- co'1"11 ",n a#<1 the Itasca cotum mill are imylng propositions.—WncoTtmes- luHtrations. This makes six publlca j HerHj,j * Hons that are Issued by the company organized by Mr. Munsey and of which he, i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 October 1906

Wmm:> — \ ?t" '''SwB I. fvvu , 5S THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26. T SHERMAN -W&wm m Irt HOUSE PACKED YE8TER. .y AFTERNOON TO HEAR J^E GIFTED ORATOR. - 51 T, TRICE AQUITTEO — ght in Verdict of Not Guib ^ at 10 O'Clock This Morning. Clerk*' Union Issue* ' an Appeal 'or ^'c'— «'r sr Sherman News. office ot Her*Id. tut side of Items of Sherman news re- " for publication. Mutters per- I to Sherman circulation g"< en attention-. New 'phone. No. 77; onv No. 76. Tex., Oct. 26.-^For two .and thirty minutes yebterday " n—from 2 o'clock till 4:30— Joseph W. Bailey held tho ^attention of an audience of 2,000 people, fully b^lf of were ladies, at the Sherman k House, as he made his defense I the people of Sherman against the that have been preferred : him by his enemies. At the of the address resolutions, in- [ by Judge Rice Maxey of commcnding Bailey's course I career and denouncing his ene- were adopted by a rising vote. - crowd was a Bailey crowd It was somewhat noisy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 26 October 1906

WW H • *" Ski- «* :J1; ■ m m m ■ Vs> m ll if e if J .<: Bi ■ I li if* Hj i H B v' r k El >«y . j-$jp '■' ''. «• 5^-1 tyl THE Dunsoy DAILY HllUlJ.JTgPAY^Q0?^^ 2gi Danderine STRIKE STATUS IS UNCHANGED OJtCW THIS HAIR And wt can PROVE IT SWITCHMEN ALL OVER THE M„ K. A T. 8Y8TEM ARE VOT- INO ON QUESTION. HEAVY COTTON MOVEMENT officials to last until Christmas. There are no indications of a let-up and Christmas traffic haa hardly started Unless something bobs up to cause trouble, such aa a strike or two, the company expects to keep things mov- ing in spite of the serious shortage of cars. WILL STAND TOGETHER. North Texas Division of Katy Expects to Handle More Than Last Year— Striking Machinists on South- ern Railroad Standing Firm—Other News. MRS. ANNIE E. 8HEEHAN, Weir City, K n«« . ' Y<ti must rnmember that falling hair sod SaodrufT arntfirinof decay, or a d'Mttsd coa- lition of tt)A w alp, ar:J you muft not delay treatmrftt. To lio do simply iiiea:>* morn Ion of hatr, ...

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