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

■ - .... * : *.' ' ■' • ■ x - THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. I CAM ■! t d m..m* . —.- -"'- ■ - ^ _ _ ' « Si l(rS FOR MANY Y*AR8 TEA WAS RKCOQNIZED AO ' "Tho. tu-* Cheers" [That was before the perfectly blended coffee was discovered, tad delicious beverage that Is now produced by the use of *? ■ ■ : i.- ' •• > ; ■ ,v *•••• v, ' COFFEE p f was then unknown, your monev back. Try Wapco and if it doesn't please you, ask for 11 LOCAL NEWS NOTES Aluminum Ware WILL NOT SCORCH OR BURN. WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. WE HAVE IT Hardware Company . TONIGHT'S EVENT8. ..".V Clt£ Council, regular meeting, City Hall. "The Rajah of Bhoiffc," Opera House. Ice Cream Social by Mrs. Mallow's Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church, homo of Mrs. Heer, No. 421 East Shepherd Street. Rebekah Lodge No. 126, regular meet- ing I. O. O. F. Hall. i Denison Chapter No. 138. R. A. M., regular meeting. Masonic Hall. Choctaw Tribe No. 18, I. O. R. M., regular meeting, O...

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

THE DENISON DAILY H1BALD, THTJE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 6. insurance mm ■cotton crop CRITICAL PERIOD INTELLIGENT WOMEN PREPARE At the thought of an interview with a life Insurance agent. lit sensible and attend 10 the mat- ter before it is too late. It's to your advantage, as well as ours Come and see us or drop us a Danger* and Pain of This Critical Period Avoided by the Us# ot Lydta E. Pink bam'i Vegetable Compound. postal. S. A. PITZER, Agent N. Y. Life and reliable Fire and Accident Companies. 412 W. Main St. m. i.•A%iffniiaiinviY'<if*' i—n* n Summer Tourist Rate TAKE THE Old Reliable. " j- Mkl ft ■ ¥ / Through trains, sleepers and chair cars without change north to St. Louis and Kansas City; south to Shre report, Dallas, Fort Worth. Waco, Houston, Galveston, Austin and San An- tonio. If you travel be sure your ticket reads via M.K. &T. SPECIAL LOW RATES. >31 .55 to Chicago and return. 70 to Cincinnati and return. $::0 95 to Louisville and return. tiJ.'JO to St. Louis and retur...

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

- __ 1 "" 1,1 1 ■ ■■ USt* ,',V,-:j <ij, jiie&i&i I the dkitc80w daily herald. thu! !' ■•( far,**' HELP W MNtt Raal Batata. Want advartlafng "raises salaries" oftencr than thay ara r laad by "the generosity and a|ipr«clat «n of employ •ra.H Sometimes "%e boss" valuea a good man lightly un- til someone else want* him, and trlaa to gat him. pboressional ENTDID small farm 4 miles southwest Denison. Hunt sell In the next 30 r . A bargain. T. W. Nevllt. Bh>r- Tsx. 30-*mo ACRE or < Jots on Washington 8t. st building site in city, $1000. i and lot !K>7 Nelson St. John swnbrldge. 217 Chestnut St. New rie S3. of 84 acres 3H miles east of Den on on old Bonham road; 35 acres In iilUvation; house and barn, good well, ileniy of stook water; good timber. Yell adapted for fruit, truck, poultry dairy farm. Price $30 an acre, part balance oc easy terras. Sea T. J. 18-U LOTS, good 4-room house, good well, cistern, fine lawn, plenty of fruit, barn and outbuildings, for $1,700 27 Was...

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

A THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD, THUBBDAY. SEPTEMBEB/8. 114 iH iS'Si i I Li> B'S' W'fr* -V' ■ ■% wm i ■ ■ &. R A. Million Men Are shaving with the famous Shumate Dollar Razor—and ev- ery one Is giving satisfaction. If a man gets one that i3n't en- tirely satisfactory it is exchang- ed without a question. We are authorized by the Shumate Ita- zor Co. to make this guarantee. Bring us a dollar and get one of these excellent razors or phono and we^ft send It to you. MANNA The Up-to-Date Druggist ♦ DENISON GETS k WAREHOUSE (Continued from Page 1.) Fresh, Fat flackerel Just received a barrel of fresh fat mackerel. If you want something good, give us your orders. Don't forget our electric cof- fee mill—grind coffee any way to suit you. IKNAUR-BROWN Grocery Co. son, Charles Smith. Dixie Local, No. 1213; J. M. Culver, Rock Creek Local, No. 1284; R. I,. Hosford, Charles Cur- tis. Rock Bluff Local, Na 3686; J. T. Turner, R. P. Elrod, L A. Perry, May- rant Local, No. 3718; S. N. Watson, M. V....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 7 September 1906

ail . .-V ■■K ]fgatiAWal RawW DHRSON. noua, Vtoc-FrMk J6£*^5?&w Assistant Cuhlwt. II 1 • ' ' ■ ■■ ' - The Library of ttie U,,lve'«Hy or Tex u u u. p. ugall. A. W. A. V. Putter BBS DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1906 OL. XVHL NO. 48. ■ YOUR BOY AND SCHOOL Is he ready for school? How about hl8 suit? Does he need iw shoes? Shirts, hats, underwear, hosiery, everything the boy eds we have It, and good qualities always, and we save you money sure as you are a cash buyer. ays' suits, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 #7 50 Te save you money on any of these suits. ays' shoes, 91.2ILfl.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and .. #3 OO fot a shoo In the lot that is not absolutely all solid leather, honestly ide and will stand the boy. ays shirts 50* ays' hats 50c up. Boys caps 25c and 50* jys' underwear—shirts and drawers at, per garment 25* jys* union suits 50* jys' hosiery, 8c, 10c, 12%c, 15c and 25* Bring tho boys here, we can please them and please you and save |rou mone...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 7 September 1906

I N> THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THE HERAI D prBLMSHl.NO CO.. PUBUgHBRfl. Ing of the butter and ,the establishing;' roada of Lamar county.—Parts Ad ro- of a market where none existed. Mis | cate. advice to the farmed pf this section Office of publication Nn. 306 W«*t W ood- ard Str««t, Denison, Tern* who have put in or are thinking of putting In dairy herds should be of the utmost value. Work of this char- acter la practical and will be produc- tive of untold good in more ways than one. Better roads in Collin countjr means a more prosperous, more progressive and more contented citizenship.—Mc- Klnney Courier Gazette. ABOUTU DENIgON. ALL 80BT8 i hmmiimhomimmkmI Entered at the Po*tofftce at Denison as secor.<l-cia*8 matter. "• The city of Denison is cooperating with the country people in the effort! "Oh. talk U fheap." so peopj? ***• With wUdora comprehensive; And yet a lafcryei-a utlkins may Prove seriously filar. • •. * The archbishop of C INCONVENIENCE OF SOPEBSTI jto buil<J ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 7 September 1906

wm BmR5S IWK , <1 ' II! -- ' ,ww* : , jiii 11 wj( -f £ >>,fl&U"V'ttym • ':Th - < • •• -: •*: HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. a AGAINST fftt THE RATE LAW 4 T. AND COTTON BELT AT ) OVER 8HIPMENT8 OP COMPANY COAL. • CARLOADS TIED DP Will Probably Be Settled by nging Point to Which Fuel le Hied—Dally Grind of the Courta—News Notes and Personals. office of Harald, east aid* of ire. item* of Hherman new* ro- ved for publication. Matter* per- Inc to Bherm«n circulation fit a ifui attention. New 'phone. No. 77; 'phono No. 7S, IERMAN EVENT8 TONIGHT. Board, .regular meeting, High aool Building. nan Local No. 880, K. of H., regu- meeting, Woodmen Hall, aan Lodge No. 667, B. P. O. E., liar meeting. Elks' Hall. ^TOMORROW AFTERNOON. ge A. Hancock Lodge No. 604, B. L. F., regular meeting. Bailey 11. : < ' ~ |erman, T^x., Sept 7.—As a result tie application of the provisions ie Hepburn bill, which went into pt Aug. 28, to shipments of coal jUed by the Katy and given to the Belt for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 7 September 1906

Hi?— It' Eft. HB V > -• T\" ■ ' , . T « . •• >. THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, 8KPTMg «*E Baking Powder The Pwfcction of Purity 25 ouncti Ior 25° All Qr+ctri EQUALIZATION, NOT MOTION SAYS PRESIDENT A. B. 8TICKNEY IN SPEAKING OF PRESENT RAILROAD RATE8. LARGE FORCE IS EMPLOYED FIX UPTKE SCREENS o 5&4- SmmwmC W : aEGiBlfi&Mni. * "HI J: . _ I For sale by HallLeeper Hardware Co. and Dollarhide & Harris. On Realignment Work on the Katy North of Denlson and Good Pro- gress Is Being Made—Galves- ton Unable to Handlo «l * Great Flood of Grain. ♦♦♦♦♦I +♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦<$ ♦$♦<*■♦♦♦ | —Our— | Repair Department t la one In which we tako especial Interest and pride. Wo are pre- pared to do almost anything in the way of repairing and recol- orlng Jewelry, stone setting etc. And we take great interest In turning'out work as nearly llko new as it is possible to make It. Our watch repair department Is especially complete. In addi- tion to a full line of material we have tools etc. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 7 September 1906

~ • ' ' V Sf 'Y.- V v, fri - • . 1 K DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBERS FORMERLY OF DENI30N. ■if LOCAL MANY YEARS TEA ED AS It may be a wee-bit early to mention It but we have the NEWS NOTES . . -r. > • "The Cup That Cheers" ■ was before the perfectly bleared coffee was discovered, and ; I the delicious beverage that is now produced by the use of * . w ■'< . COFFEE was then unknown. Try Wapco and Jf It doesn't please you, ask for I your monev back. m* " • Aluminum Ware WILL NOT 8CORCH OR BURN. WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. WE HAVE IT Hall=Leeper Hardware Company Special - Clearing ■ Sale Ladies' and Men's Low Shoes Ladies' Low Shoes John Kelley's, patent kid welt and turn solo oxfords, |3.00l special 55 I>a France patent kid welt and turn\ sole oxfords, $3.00,\ spccial • •*2 55 E. P. Reed light sole, ribbon tie, plain too oxfords, |3.00, special $2 10 All $3.00 vlci kid oxfords, welt and turn soles, spocifll 92 25 All $2.50 extension sole vlci kid oxfor...

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

i 0 *> ' ■ !• m. pi m tarns? w r K Tf T'ir E;|J Pr4-■ gj n. Don't Threw Up Your Hands At the thought of an Interview ■with A life insurance agent. Be sensible and attend to the mat ter before it is too late. It's to your advantage, as well as ours. Come and see us or drop us a postal. S. A. PITZER, Agent N. Y. Life and reliable FSre and Accident Companies. 412 W. Main St. Summer Tourist Rate TAKE THE Old Reliable. Through trains, sleepers and chair cars without change north to St Louis and Kansas City; aouth to Shreveport, Dallas, Fort Worth, Waco, Houston, Galveston, Austin and San An- tonio. If you travel be sure your ticket reads via M.K.&T. SPECIAL LOW RATES. $31.55 to Chicago and return. $33.70 to Cincinnati and return. 130.95 to-Louisville aiid return. $22.90 to St. Louis and return. $17.30 to Kansas City and re- turn. $17.45 to Memphis and return. $16.45 to Galveston and return. $14.50 to Amarlllo and return. $38.40 to City of Mexico and return. $50.00 to San Francisco...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 7 September 1906

■ 'ifcMl : ": I ';£i P?T 'ISPtohp^ ?*pk'- 1 ' '? " ' ' ' - ' ■ ' ' ^ 'fe^-: THKDgggOKPmY V: beau), friday, september 7, * . , ., s===s=====s P-<"" ;■■•'". ■• ■■*•?' v . • ;v: ■' . .. ■ v ' • ■♦■• ■" - '. ■ •,*■.„ FOB SALE HELP WANTED Want advertising "raimes uliriH" oft«n«r than th*y ar« raised by "the and appreciation of employ- tra." Sometimes "the boae" values a good man lightly un>- til someone else wants him, and trlea to set him. ===== Real Batata. >ID small furm 4 miles southwest ii«on. Muut soli In the next 30 A bargain. T. W. Nevlll, Hhor- Ttsx. 30-lroo i ACRE or < lots on Washington St. building site In city. $1000. 1 t and lot 907 Nelaon St. John Bwnbrldge. 217 Chestnut St. New as 38. of 84 acres 3% miles east of Den- . on old Bonliam road; 36 acres In i vat ion; house and barn, good well, .aty of stock water; good timber. Ill adapted for frultt truck, poultry fa ice on Miny terms. Bee 28-tf • dairy farm. Price W0 an acre, part Bh balance on eaay terms. Bes T....

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

If •iifc Pft J ■ Mi mm; m is « THE DENLSON daily hmulld, friday. september 7. Why Don't You Drive away those pesky, trou- blesome little things that buzz and iuK around a fellow's ear and make him nervous and rest- less? Hanna's Skeeter Lotion chases 'em away in a hurry and they haven't much of an incli- nation to return. If you arc troubled with mosquito* try it. HANNA Tho Up-to-Dat# Druggist- ♦ BUSINESS WAS MOSTLY ROUTINE AT THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY'S MUNICIPAL BODY LAST NIGHT. RAILROADS GIVEN A JOLT In Regard to the Matter of Placing Electric Lights at Street Cross- ings—Officer John Crane Was Reinstated—Officers' Re- ports Received. Beautify the Complexion IN TEN DAYS. Nadinola The UNEQUAIED BEAUTIFIER, ea- darwd by tliouMadc guaranteed to remove I Were read, irccklc*. pimp La, .all The city council met in regular ses- ! slon last night. Ail of the work was j of a routine nature,' being mostly j bills, reports and similar matters, j Mayor Kennedy arrived ten minutes late ...

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

National Bank ■ DKNISON. 4u r. Platter, —- Vice-Pro* O. ilegtnnla. CwUlfr. Hue. T. F. KoJ«x. i Cashiers. J8 and PteOOTTSi 'looioo# Directors: MR"- &SHW< fclfSSr*- A. W. Acheson. A. r. Putter. bbsm ■ ■ I";?! •wm Vft ImnH ,-i«v' y W?sp| tmmi* vol. xvm. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1906. NO. 49. M f /* TWELVE PAGES C. 8. COBB. J. J. M'ALESTJSR, President. Vice-President. K. 8, LEGATE. Cashier. P. J. UKENNAN. Ass t Caahlei* National Bank of Denison, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL J100 OH SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100.004 Directors: J. J. McAlester, H. I{eK<insbursw W. B. Munoon, P. 8. Cobb, A. S. Burrows. P. J. Hrennan. J. B. MeDougall, II. 8. Legate, C. C. Jinks. W. 8. Hlbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. month's Butterick Patterns elOc'gand ISc—none higher. mm lew Fall Millinery $4.95— In Sale Today and Until Sold Vesta Tilly Sailors, all colors, new shades, new Btyles. They are Strictly Brand New rer shown before here or elsewhere. The*e hatfe are well worth $6.50 ...

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

K 3 * • ' ■ . T'.^r'".1: ;" . '• ■ ifr! ml m I' ■H E> Mi III f' , THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. W iv'h >1/f M «s B & i e PK '■■II THE OENISGN DAILY HERALD THE HERAT D PUBLISHING CO , PUBUISHER8. 'f office of publication No. S'/S Went \\ ood- ai<l Str«ft. I>ei.ti o<.. T^xja- Ei.Uie-l at the I'antofflc at Denison «> seconj ■ club* mutter. Terms of sutwcrt pi ion--Daily: One Wr k Ono ^ month Three muathx 'If paM I: Entries for the races arc also coming along gratlfyingly. Mos£ of the stock t.ftd all of the horses which will be seen here will go on to the State WMr at Dallas. The Texas circuit is at- tracting wide attention this Mtawm. cuss good roads, since the roads are in pretty fair condition. ' The viinier time is the time Tor aurh discussion, for then they are very i ad. When the first fall rain ronw the cry com up that we must bgva them, i When the spring suns coma #« cease to dfr- roand them. That la the rula fa Texas, Hence If is a good ...

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

'E DAY AT THE PlITOOy DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, ■ i V ■" 8. . . v.t- ' -v V Jg^mgr^g 3 IYTHING IS SERENE WAIN AND COTTON BEI.T AO- TED DIFFERENCES OVER COAL SHIPMENTS. maamlntn PHI ■ED POINT OF BILLING ■ i > . "m r y Fuel Will Horsaftor Be Bill- Lufkin Instead of Mount int—Reception to Now jdonts at Austin Col- lage—Newt Notes. I" office of Herald, east aide of Items of Sherman news re- for publication. Matters per- to Sherman circulation fhen attention. New 'phone, Na 77; a« No. ?<. IMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. Lodge No. 45, I. O. O. F.. r meeting, I. O. O. F. Hall. Local No. 492. P. D. & P. H.. ir meeting. Labor Hall. >MORROW AFTERNOON. T ( ' America, l ag. St Mary's Hall. Herman, regular meeting, Hall in, Tex., Sept. 8.—Late last He difficulty be'twen the Katy Cotton Belt in regard to the of coal from the former Co ter at Sherman was adjusted coal began moving this morn libout 75 cars had been held at Is in Denlson by the contro- ind these are now being sent 'fast as trains ca...

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

TOT DPfHOW DAILY WXRALD, 1ATUEPAT, glPTKMMPt 8. ? i 5—rzz—*; railroads to Repair Department |.j ji U one In which we take especial interest and priile. We art- pre- pared to do almost ,anyt.hinK In the way of repairing* and rccol- orlng Jowelry, stone setiin* etc. And we take (creat Interest In turning out work as nearly like new as It Is possible to make it. Our watch repair department la especially <*9rnplete. In addi- tion to a fuLl line ot material we hare tools etc. for making any odd piece of a vk.i'ch rhuL It may be Impossible to find in the mar- ket. Come in and i>: in «on- vince you. L. B. Moore, JEWELER. 216 W. Main St obey odder AFTER THREE YEARS' CONTEN- TION STREET CROSSINGS WILL BE LIGHTED. FRISCO TO STICK TO COAL Plana to Change Locomotives to Oil Burners Havs Been Abandoned. Railroads Limit Passes to Confines of 8tate—News Notes and Personals. Opera House 14th One NiShl Only, September The Hilarious Rural Comedy "A Pair of Country Kids" The Realistic Explosion ...

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

1 % t" F^fal;w|Pf ■:!* ' -> " • r' 1 ,'• • • -. v * '" ' < ^ *> DAILY HMLALD, SATURDAY. MFTEMBjEgJ. IMMMM 1 ■• * y ;M FOR MANY YIAPtB Tt^ WA RECOGNIZED At I , "The Cup That Cheers" ft That was before the perfectly blended coffee wis discovered, and the delicious beverage that Is now produced by the uae of ! tirAr COFFEE ; was then unknown. Try Wapco and if it doesn't please you, ask for your monev back. * - ■ t Aluminum Ware WILL NOT SCORCH OR BURN. WILL NOT RU8T OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR 8CALE. WE HAVE IT Hall-Leeper / * Hardware. Company Special Clearing Sale Ladies' and Men's Low Shoes Ladies' Low Shoes John Kelley's patent kid welt and turn sole oxfords, $3.00, special •32 55 La France patent kid welt and*turn sole oxfords, $3.00, special ..... 92 55 E. P. Reed light sole, ribbon tie, plain toe oxfords, $3.00, spccial ' #2 10 Ali $3.00 vici kid oxfords, weit and turn soles, special ...-92 25 All $2.50 extension sole vici kid oxfbrda, special -.#1 85 See our bargain ...

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

•% SOFTNESS OF SEALSKIN. Bmiakln la admired tho world ever far ,\'i M? ik RfS'y r k; S& K'' 7 THE DPTLBOH DAILY HKBALD. SATURDAY, . y' k a itnd yet the ■ hammn ha.tr la equally aa soft tad gt«o > w*« healthy; and the radical ea-ise of afl loir tronkh la dandruff, which la e M«J ■ ky t *eatifor o* psrastte that P« the ▼ttalltr of tha hair at lu root Xewbroi Her* Idle la tha only preparation that t fatal to tha dandruff ferra Without dan draff there la no tailing hatr. but a lux- uriant growth of Cloaay. aaft hair la ear- tain, Scouring the scalp won't cure dan- druff. Kill tha dandruff ferra. Thous- and# of women owe their beautiful sott* * of hair to jrewbrc's Herp'-Sda. Sfeld by i droKsiyts. fiend KV- In stamp# J tj r TTerc tcld« Co.. Detroit, MJ-'ft. j C. D. Kingston, Special Agent. KE-TOO-WAHS WILL PROTEST 00 NOT LIKE manner in which 15.000.900 award will be PAID TO cherokees. Don't Tiro* Up Your Hands At the thought of an interview with a. life ins'irance &g*a'. Be ae...

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

jm 'if? A •' «p3 ' r -V" i :. 'i;P| *— • n, 1 > ™a|| . .. . TH1 PEN1I0W DAILY HEEALD, BATUttDAY. BKPTgMUMt 8. i ' IjpkPk if m 1 There would not t>« so many telephones In use If they were not useful—nor so many Herald want *ds If they were not flttsd to th* public service, perhaps bet- ter than any other form of publicity. FOE SALS Real Estate*. CNDID small farm 4 miles southwest I of Denlson- Must sell m the next SO [ days. A bargain. T. W. Nevlll, Sfter | man, Tex. 30-lnw> B ACHE or 6 lots on Washington St. WQ ~ Best building site In «Uir. $1000. 1 house and lot 907 Nelson St. John Brownbrlcjse. 217 Chestnut Bt. New Phone 331' Chestnut "i<- ■ #. PARM of 84 acres 3H miles east of Dans : Isoq on old Bonham road; 35 uart's In cultivation; bouse and barn, good well, plenty of stock water; good timber well adapted for fruit, truck, poultry or dairy farm. Price 139 «a acre, part " See TTf. ^ *8-If _ arm „ ih, balance or. easy terms. LOTS, erood 4 - room house, good well good ...

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

[r RJ1 fe I I- •JR.; 1 Vt" • V ,*>, . ."■••• THE DBItlgQir PA1LT HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPtEMBZR Why Don't You Drive away those pesky, trou- blesome little things that buzz and sing around a fellow's oar and make him nervous and rest- less? Hanna's Skeeter Lotion chascs 'em away in a hurry and they haven't much of an incli- nation to return. If Jou are troubled with mosquitos try it. HANNA The Up-to-Date Druggist i HEARD ABOUT TOWH f a; ▼ St. i: Charles i > i: Cream Miss Harris is now demon- strating this cream at our store — -hope all the ladies will come In and let her show what can be made out of this cream. Try a can of Golden Gate cof- fee" with thla cream and you will say It can't be better. iKNAUR-BROWN 1 Grocery Co. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦MM* A certain patron of a wellkoown Denison boarding-honee Is cultivating for ornamental purposes an incipient and unprogressive mustache, which under the microscope would present a rarely variegated color scheme. Recently the long-hoped-fo...

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