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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

O'CLOCK National Bank, N.TBXAB. V vol. xvm. ■yV DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1906 ; jjjj SIMR SW/Vw % ■ •. =to=Wear #B5misJJs TWELVE PAGE&, NO. 91. C. 8. COBB. J. J. M'Al.USTJCi. Preaidenu Vice-Prealdent. U. B. I.FCATB. Caahler. P. J. BRENNAN. Ass t Ctahllk National Bank of Denison, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL flOO.AOS SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100.044 Directors: J. J. McAlester, J I. H K«-imUurM* W B. Munson, c: S. Cobb. A. 8. Burrows. P. J. Kiennaa J. B. McDougall, K. 8. Legate. C. C. Jinks, W K. Hlbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON GEN'BULAJ, DEPOSITS. yppif The newest and. « |<|W dablc qualities has( tr -j aiver«i> PARTY UNES SWEPT AWAY HEARST-HUGHfcS CAMPAIGN NEW YORK IS MOST CON- FUSING EVER KNOWN. ui> « ' 1 lc* iir ell as de- JX. shoppers 'flr'j- ! it Express ^ . ,x./1. % [ over this section. K Thft r „ f/x- ™. J I ' f bought us another lot;,. waists and skirts to add to the Ijlf 83ortment already Khowio in this department. Come and see them. Both quality and price will p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

wmktr*0i m. I . II r I ml a A II I li H .Z r t THE DENIBON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. ESlil THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THE HERAT.D VVPUSHING CO. PUBLISHERS- Uf'ioin nt publication No 305 Wmt 'V **i- ard Street. Denlaon. Texas. cent of this money will be expended tm the grounds. The plan*, which were outlined last year and which are being adhered to, call for a total ex pondlture of ome thing over 1400.000 and the simple statement of the amount Is sufficient to give An idea of .the extensive plans that have been manufacturing enterprises. It la not necessary to start on a Mg scale, but many enterprises small at first Will soon grow into large ones. The im portati t thing to do Is to make the start.—Bonham News. ABOUT DENISON. Entered t^f.1>e,,Uon a* ' '<! out by the progressive men wh<i Terms ot subscription- L>*.lly: One Week .... ' 'ne month ... Three months (If p«! are behind this fair. It is their aim to make the State Fair of Texas the big* I .18! Be,t "'ate fai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

Vt ,< P" ?- " — THE_ DENISCN DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. F SHERMANmmCO-ULON0TSC0RE &"at8"r0 o'cllcl,"*1"""'."l0d ""I" miles east STREET I W. HILLIN SUCCUMBED JDENLY TO HEART DIS* EASE YESTERDAY. - H. FOSTER CASE GALLED m ■ ' for Continuance by Defend- j Attorney* Overruled and 8e- Ep^efJury U In Prograaa. Contractor Ready to Begin '$ Work on Interurban. * office of Herald, eajlt side ot Items of Sherman news re- for publication. Matter* per- to Sherro*" circulation «Men „ attenUon. New 'phone. No. 77. H^bon* No. 76. Tex., Oct 29.—'After de- tbat ho felt in excellent aplr- " John W. Hlllln walked lees than and dropped dead on Bast I street between Travis and Wal- streets yesterday afternoon be- en 3 and 4 o'clock. Clem Pierce, i was walking along the thorough- i *hero the unfortunate man fell, him and hastened to his assist- but life was practically extinct Mr. Pierce reached the strlck- B'a side. The remains were tak- l to the undertaking rooms of I. and wore later remo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

s-M It I THE DEWISOW DAILY HERALD, MOND AY,OOTOBKB. j . R m' I ;1 ,i 1 |(; «-. !* i p J a; a I ■ \ ' ill: I I i Real Bargains J t | ^ !n otir «nf rIj*I ru> davfi' sal^ T I special 30 day#' sale ^ ■ aro selling X For Instance. nice cut glas* tumblers at $4.95 ♦ ♦ T £ per set and upwards. Come <* and ^et our prices on other ar- t tides. CABMEN WILL QniEVANCE COMMITTEE OF THE KATY SYSTEM TO HOLD SES- SION IN DENISON. L. B. Moore, \ £ JEWELER. 216 W. Main St. | L J ♦ S>e *♦-*/♦' '♦ '- ♦ e-> e~« ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ Buster Brown ♦ i; Blue Ribbon Shoes t Tills shoe Is the one which makes crowds k<) wild with ad- miration when exhibited by Buster and his dog on his tour around the world. Buy a pair and see how you liko them. Price from $1.50 to . . Jg2 00 OTHER NEWS OF RAILROADS Katy Officials to H*ld Time Card Meeting In Parsons This Week. Central Handled Heavy Dai- las Traffic—Switchmen's Demands Refused. 32.470 32,"70 passengera Into that city dur- ing the state f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

if if f '• -t t*-V m-DEW8CKDAn,Y HER ALU, MONDAY, OCTOBER '>'TM "' "' 29. ng to Entertain? .+ guests will appreciate some properly made : ■ ' PI w 1-v, ... i find that „ SwIks coffee j - possesses ? Of ROOdH. toasted fresh dally la Denison , a flavor and quality It sells at 25c In one ed — LOCAL NEWS NOTES TONIGHT'S EVENTS. Denlson Comiuaudery No. 24 K f,.B.!'e,cl1aLnioftlDK. Masonic llall. called niaet- T„ O (). 0. F. Hall, meeting, V. M. Central Trades Council iug, Labor Hall. Hen (sou Encampment No. 59, l. F. regular meeting, I. t> Bible ( lass, regular C. A. Passion Flay, SL patrit.k's church. Weather Forecast. New Orleans, La., Oct.. increasing cloudiness, warnn 'lay, partly cloudy weather. Miss -Tonight, r, Tues- .VER STEEL SAWS OUP EXCURSION litis been going ai such a rate that we have hardly had time to change our ad, but we will talus time to tell joti that we have a fresh supply of pearl hominy, fresh hominy and grits. Wo are also selling fresh oysters now. It you ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

PI Hi ■ Pr->,, Jp Brs Ki§ ' , $% I' sSfr- f J :! jpjjv- r !: i t ■{ ytl u i *y. [;l || | | f t ;:i , i i | IK ' '% I n ■ i. i ,y L<> r -'o' ! # I ■ ■■H ■■ ■' " • v *'r.: :V:v 111 ' ' ... , V ; 1 : V '■ ■ 'I One About Stetson Hats One About Letters that will show you the underhanded methods that's been used against this store since it commenced business and began selling the things that other merchants were charging you too much for, at honest profits; but despite these Vr,:S'l§SS > X" '• >1 attacks caused by jealousy, we have continued to grow and today we occupy more floor space than any other two stores ;ri" •i\;SBp * ">}?< ¥f$!1 jn Denison, which is the most conclusive proof that the public have confidence in our merchandise, our methods and our Prices. ^ ^ ^ ^ BAITY'S Trade Pullers Johl^ B. Stetson's Boss Raw Edge brand of hats in the Columbia and Denver shapes that other merchants charge you $4.50 to % $5.00 for, here at ^ $3.95 John B. Stetson's Boss Raw E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

I IS K ■ ■; -r -~?^®%«L in)«. OCTOBER J lfc Je,-, "It is not enough to run; ONE MUST START IN TIME.' And this is true especially, of answering want ads. 29. | the MARKETS TODAY I PI ilNRFfl (IFF 1.WI1ULM Ul I local markets. i foe sale. R«at Eitate. kA/wVW< -wA^'WV'VU'W'l.'IkfWk/Wy ihTlAOK. 711 North Burnett «ne farm three mile* nouUl&awt « intl toola, t,ne ««> « fil"1 mi of town tlw toola, two good find teams, one surrey und bar- rcals During wagon, hogs, hows and fc2#« and calToa. one good Jwy IgKvJnt, White leghorns, Hlack 'flarred Plymouth Kocks. cheap, term, to 'Tonnr Chestnut and Scullln, '■"H. a£Esur%.£ 19-tf AT A BARGAIN—Thirty- SSmms land, 4-room houne. large •°£*o clW Wmlla. «outh«*at In; West Munson street. 18-« , jicuso, 314 Wert <J n4y. HM ,.r gas, nice porches, /'lose In. I for $2,750 for tiulok Bale. 1 rop- rth $3,500 and will Mnt for ^JO ,t«i. Apply at placa lS-Jino „ for sale or rent. C. F. Me- ntion# 152-3. ______ For Sale or Trade „T^t In Kant Sherman....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

I mmi few®, I l®! Ii 0 w I •I I# d Ks?J It :*M3f 5fj E; -I}' * will II Ef j> v H i I? I® if- li H it I; li! I fl i; TH DKCaOW DAILY HALP. MOWPAT. OOTOBKBja <> III Now Really Don't you. thiuk you ruifelit to take the young lady a fox of Guntber's fine chocolates and bon bona? K you don't think ho, a glance at the display in our west window will convince you. a The beauty and novelty of the boxes as well as the quality of the contents will prove a pleaaant surprise. HANNA The Careful Druggist. Postal sub-station — registered letters and packers received at all hours. : Fancy I Dried Fruits Our lino of new crop evapo- <> rated fruits is especially fine. Nice large prunes, extra fine pears, figs, apples, raisins and apricots. Also nice pressed figs and raisins in packages. Quality If the first considera- tion In all our purchases. KNAUR-BROWN 1 Grocery Co. CITY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE FIRST MONTHLY MEETING HELD LAST SATUROAY. Study of Shakespearean Drama* Tak- en Pp—Mies Fran...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

mbIS' ■ i-rtyw. i if3 ^P*|F'V □KXLib..- . , ■ ... . .. rrjm •' •''' ' '' • *? 'v> .! ■/ . ., THE DENlSON DArLY HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. V Inventor Placed the Figure on the Street and Automo- biles Took a Crack at It. on my nervea, I will admit," ("Mr. Stogjjly, ">nd It irritated me - to have the man la the tat honk! honk! at me as he toshing for the crossing, putting J to me to hustle to get out of his S Bade me nervous to have to i toe that, and it Irritated toe to fanybody treat me with such ut- • complete contempt. over, as I understand it, the in has the Tight of way on a it is the vehicle that rglTe way to him, not he to the I, But here were men who were jjug me of my should-be allen- 'rights absolutely, and not only doing this with' the utmost „ and ill manners, giving no rihoughr or consideration to me they would to a squeaking pig ring'their course, not considering rjjja person at all, blit simply t-honking to me to get out of the to jkip, Jump, skiddoo. wal'y was d...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

IP I . i: 1 f' J ! .{ ■ 10 t- f THE DSN1SUW DAILY HERALD, MONDAY", OCTOBER^ WASTING STRENGTH PALACE OF A RICH PEON j mm >11 i ... THE HOUSE OF PEDRO ALVARA- DO AT PEDRO. Women who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable, painful, weakening, female complaints, will find that Wine of CjrJui is a safe and pleasant remedy for all their i!N. Ir acts directly upon all the delicate, inflamed tissues, purifying the blood, throwing off the clogging matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular, scanty, profuse, painful catamenia, prolapse, etc. Also relieves headache, backache, dizziness, cramps, dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc. If you need advice, write us a letter, telling us all y^ur' symptoms. We will send free advice (in plain S'.-iSi .i envelope). Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN $1.00 BOTTLES "I WROTE YOU CABDUI Mexican Millionaire Who Hasn't For- gotten Old Friends—Gaudy Fur- nishings ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

jphpPIPw **¥ :ro? n«n f /■ ^viiak White Lead Paint ■'*■' vj ', ••Graded" White Lead, 0 the cheap, adulterated grticle is sometimes called, js an expensive purchase it any P"ce* Pure White Lead costs ,o little more per pound, lasts so much longer the building, that only pure could be sold if the property owner was al- fully informed on the ;t of paint materials. To be sure .of absolute parity insist on having Collier Pure White Lead Dbd* by the Old Dutch ProoMrt Mixed with Pure Linseed Oil, it is a perfect paint.' If your dealer will not supply you, write us. national lead company Qefc Avaf «nJ 10th St^, St. loilit Mo. For sale by first class dealers. BIG BARS OP Swiss Soapj 25* : ' We are going to bold ft- "mil- I lion sale" as we have contract- | ed for 1,000,000 bars to be sold i fctfore January 1st and to start I (he ball rolling we are selling ( this excellent soap at nine bars r a quarter. This Is your op- . -jrtunlty to load up on good THE CASH HOUSE I < > < ► M. M. P...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 October 1906

mm •• ># 12 THE DENISON DAILY HE&ALD, MONDAY, OOTOBEB 29, n if IT 18 FOR LADIES, TOO. They Cmm Stop Tkrlr llalr KnlllBff "iti Ullk Herjlcid*. Tjulles who have thin hair ar.d whoi'. hair la falling out, can prevent the hair falling out. and thicken the growth, with Newbro's "Herplclde" E«*tdej , Herpl- dsle la one of the xrost agreeable h. !r dressings there la. IIerp!clu« 'xllls th<- dandruff germ that eats the hair off at the root. After the germ 1* destroyed the root will shoot up, «nd the h lr crow long as ever. Even a aample will con- vince nny lady that Newuro'n H«*rplclde Is an indlipensablo toilet requl.alt". 1' cortalns; no oil or grease, It win not stair or dve. Sold by lead!-.* (JrufKi«t*. S«n I 10c. In Ktampa for .ample to The Herpl- Clde ','i r>>f roll, 'Mich. ,. C. D. Kingston, Special Agent. BUDGET FROM THE TERRITORY GOVERNMENT DECIDES TO „IN- AUGURATE SYSTEM OF MAN* UAL TRAINING SCHOOLS. WARNIN6 ISSUEO TO VOTERS Democratic Committee of Oklahoma Sends O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

j A gpppi National Bank; }. jMffl Hi N. TBXA8. A. r xvm. jbntami denison, texas, tuesday, october 30, 1906. NO. 92. !®OTV HmK IH Hi The Library of- rfu tjnlveralty of 'l'«* rteV? TELEPHONE WITHOUT WIRES DENISON MAN CLAIMS TO HAVE SOLVED THE PROBLEM. C. 8. COBB. 3. 3. M'AIJEBTER. President. ' , Vlco-Prealdeat. K. 6. LEGATE, Cashier. P. J. BKKNNAN. AM't Ca*U« National Bank of Denuon, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL $100.00* SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100,00J Directors: 4. 3. McAleut er. 11. Kegenshurgw w. B. Muiisoii, C. fi. Cobb. A. 8. Burrows, P. J. l'.ienrmr* J. B. McDouuall, K. IS. legate. C. C. Jinks. W. S. Hlbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSIT?. No Batteries Are Used, Thus Making the Instrument Both Simple and Economical. ANENT CURRENCY REFORM GREAT INTEREST MANIFESTED IN THE COMMISSION. Experts Will Formulate a Bill Which V/ill Be Presented at the Next Session of Congress. The Week Almost, simultaneously with news | New York, Oct. 30.—Great interest rom Europe that a French inventor'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

w w mm, ?! THE DEHI80H DAILY HEBALP, TUESDAY, OCTOBEB_SO. mm4 m tiKjrf; .i; ! f B-i ■ i mj || & I K 5 I Sfl 1 /** ■ Af, I I THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THK HERAT.O PUBMSHINO CO.. ppBLlSHEna Office of publication No. DOS WmI Wood- ard Street, Donmoii, TiXii* b«en returned because of insufflenry of address. This Is a very serious charge against the present administra- tion of this company. It seems Incred- ible that the company can have that many incorrect addresses of its policy- holders. t.ntei e«J ttt iht For*tnfHc - at I>«niixv second-clas> matt«r. Ttrms of rlption—Dully drag a bale with four mules a« far as a «4a«s arm baseball player could throw a sofa cushion against a stiff wind.—Fort Worth Star. Ob* Week * < >n« month . 'i hret mo:Uha (it paid In advance) .IS .to 1 5 THK SEMI-WRKKLY JlEKAl.D. On* roar *100 6ubwr1b'*r."i d'-alrlnjf tli* addresi of. th«!r ;>a per a r-fi .•* ri w < t will r>l •tjlve bo'h th,i old and the nrw TEIJCPHONKS NO. 21 <UNIQN S/s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

' *♦ ' IB'"'" ■. ty,*"* :'"V" "' list above :!?f:PP '.H m #ik* 'i-V ' J| pp p$8p| ,3-mm THE DENIBON DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3C. « « m T SHERMAN -OW >f|L CAUSED K MM TO ENVELQP (N6INS.. £ ^ T M,^ I in tno boll anil he w tr Jury Selected and Trial Began This Afternoon—Younfl Man In- jured at Cotton Mill. —— office of Herald, aaat aide of square. Items of Sherman news re * - *— «■# the ear. Although the i swine under one year, bred by ex- PijUfc 15 tiot tractur«d It is badly gou$> j Mbit or: second prize, boar ami get; • v* an H i flesh, and tls&i'es our-1 second prize, yearling boar THE ' >V-!. ;u . niomtted. The accident OVtKjU't ; while the young man was NECROLOGICAL. arm was caught' —'— as thrown vio- lently against a pulley, which his iioaiJ struck first. He was removed to the sanitarium immediately after lie had been injured. publication. __ Matters par to Sherman circulation en attention. New 'phone. No. 77; old /phone No. 7(L Sherman* Tex., Oct. 30.—Engine N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

•p ™ 4: w .,? '■■ —'-t . ;-J#r *8« Sv-V *i m ! ■ 1? t? ?f if >1 I I '2 |§ Pi l' I f ii I 1 : >♦ ♦ « ♦ ?<♦#>♦< ♦♦♦ HJ BARGAINS IX- BRACELETS * M ♦ I <# ♦ f ♦ You ii« . nr .-h(< iv thrln • !' pri' lis- I t,.racflet« if you t sl 'i'Vi'8. Why not i.d-.v at a discount of r r-iii from Uim regular Hamulus far cash in all iurint our stock reducing BOUCHELLE THE DENI80W DAILY .HgRALD. TUESDAY, OCTOBER XI L. B. Moore, JEWELER. 216 W. Main St. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ : ! Unprecedented Success Robert's Tasteless Chill Tonic 48 bottles first year, 303 bottles second year, 560 bottles third year, 1078 bottles fourth year. Aug. 1st to Oct. 26th 561 Bottles Sold CURE PAY POIHON'S wanted Lots of second hand furniture. We will pay you liberal prices. Denison Furniture Co. 430 West Main St. New Phone 630. | Dr. I>. B. Bouchelle of Thomasville, ; Oa., a physician well known In the | South, la very enthusiastic over the j cod liver oil preparation Vlnol. Ha I Mays: "1 have used Vino! In my fam...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

i wm ;'■ -.If-* ,: ' ■'..< \ ' * >,jW ••" v'v fyfrt\T PMTIBOIf DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 30. HAVE YOU USED :• y> >;,-r-v^4' u kvj: j.v| '^ffrl si tPSewAf' FWwl You bear the claim made so often that thin, that op the other la beat on the market." that it Memi useless to My that Swiss udryl soap la the best made. However, knowing this to be a jve fact we ask you to try it yourself and you will bo quickly irinced that it has no equal. — LOCAL NEWS NOTES TONIGHT'S EVENTS. 7r>M ATKINS' SILVER STEEL saws mMu. 1 ,, JmPPPPl* Are made for mechanics (A8Y RUNNING, i&'S l. " ' . EOQE HOLDING, ■ "We have them. wtyo want FAST CUTTING SAWS. Hardware Company Esag^* We Are Showing MBSmS the Newest Patterns BrU ^Hj^HKgSkjrA in plain dress light ^Hn walking shoes of any one this season in button or lace. Light patent coll sKSfc stock, l'/4 and 1% height heols, short n and medium vamp. $3.50 a Pair. V.' • \ & swan ♦ m mi. i j in . i. j . —■■ ■!■■■ I. THIS WEEK WILL BE A RECO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

pal VHB DENISON DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBEEJO. i I II 1 ! 'i % i I S i I H *1 <1 ft E Buck's Hot Blast Heaters are the most wonderful soft coal heaters made. Save half your fuel bill and have a * tove that will keep fire 36 hours by us- ing a Buck's Hot Blast. Three sizes, $16, $13 and $20. Cole's Hot Blast We have the exclusive agency for Cole's Hot Blast Heaters. Six styles, $11 to $18. Complete stock of pipes, elbows, collars, dampers, etc. 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 "Star* the year 1894 I hare been troubled with a very bad case of eczema which I have spent hundreds of dollars trying to cure, audi went to the hospital, but they failed to cure me and it was getting worse all the time. Five weeks ago my wifo bought a box of Cuticura Oint- ment and one rake of Cuticura Soap, and I am pleased to say ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

tSIPSvW^,"':'V m ... - P^PS-fr'l If^l' i -. ■■'M:'&§:1 ■ - - , • ??OENI?0,L DA?4! HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30. "It is not enough to run; ONE MUST START IN TIME." And this is true, especially, of answering want ads HELP WANTED. Male. the markets today LIVESTOCK. *♦ j II. Is "hour PUUM. m North Burnett *nu« one (arm three miles southeast ?o n and tools, on® small farm hw"st of town and tools, two goo.t in* and teams. one nurrey mid ha.r~ one spring wagon, hogs, sows and cows and calves, one good chickens. WlUte Leghorns. Black orea and Barred Plymouth Rocks, sale cheap; terms to rl-EET comer Chestnut and Beulllii. sdlniprovements. Rents lor M2 to oer month. Will s-ll *11 or part. lt& location. Cheap for caalj. or on time. All copvenleecea. "SAI.U AT A BAKOAIN—Thirty- i acres land. 4-room house, large ini. close to city limits, southeast. In- ure 317 West Munaon street. ts-tt WANTED—Kor U. 8. Amry, able-bodied unmarried nim, between ;«g<-s of :i mui 26, citisena of United Kt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 October 1906

vs. THE DElflSON DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30. SALES ARE NOW STUPENDOUS dally for the production, also all of the very latest New York successes. In addition, there are numerous spe- cialties by the stars and the support Idk company. Murray and Mack have given the new comedy a sumptuous tconic production and the costumes are the finest money can procure. Murray and Mack will be the attrac- tion at the Denison Opera House Fri- day night, Nov. 2. Plaid Dress Now Really COOPER PREPARATIONS HAVE BECOME LEADING TOPIC IN ST. LOUIS. ' I i ' | h I a '£ If li Don't you think you ounht to take the young lady a box of (3unther*B fine chocolates and bon bona? If you don't think bo, a glance at the display In our west window will convince you. The beauty and novelty of the boxes as well as the quality of the contrnts will prove a pleasant surprise. HANNA The Careful Druggi t. Postal sub-station — registered letters and packages received at all hours. ♦ ♦ Fancy Dried Fruits Our line of new (...

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