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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 31 October 1906

HfW gtate National Bank, TEXAS. — v^ol. xvm. «; ... - ^ litrali. DENISON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1906. NO. 93. C. 8. COBB. 3. 3. M*AI-ESTER, President. Vlce-Prmident. R. B. LEGATE, Ca*hl«r. P. J. BKKNNAN, A t Ci National Bank of Deuiaou, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL Jtoo.Mt SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100,00J Directors: 3. 3. McAlester, U. KfKensburfefc \V. B. Munaon. ft. S. Cobb, A. 8. Burrows. P. J. Brriin«a J. B. MoDougall. R. P. legate, C. C. Jtnke, W 8. HlUburd. 4* NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. PRESIDENT'S PANAMA TRIP COTTON WAREHOUSE PLANS ' yon are in need of and see the bai vsxsrfisi ,tm to it will pay you to offering. BATTLESHIP LOUISIANA BEING PREPARED FOR JOURNEY. Suite for Chief Executive's Use Will Consist of Seven State Rooms and Three Bath Rooms. MANAGER HUDSON TO \SOLICIT STAPLE FOR STORAGE. Local Banking Houses Agree t^ Make Favorable Loans—Produce De- partment May Be Added. \ cotton blankets, white, gray, tany per pair 50c extra heavy gray blanket!, fancy borde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 31 October 1906

*T\ Cmgvr THE or DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3L_ t-r :§ m i - Kt i1 i II fi m m THE DENISON DAILY HERALD TUB HERALD rruUKUlNQ CO.. PUBLISHERS- Office of publication No. J05 W<'*t \Y am1- •rd 8tr*et. Iunison, Tasas. far as the advancement of Denison's j interests are concerned. iSvery dollar that is sent them is a dollar gone out ! of the channels of business In Denlson i and has helped to bnlld up aome other community at the expense of thl«. Keep this in mind wfcen you feel In- dined to end away for tilings that ; can be purchased In Denlson. Entered at th* Poittoffic* « Onlson a | M«ond-class matter. One Wwk One month Ih.'r pofcrs i"h n*"l will r>!«n bo it; th.l olU and tho r>" * addre TEl.EI'HONEfl NO. 21. It in possible for Denlson to be in a = j j osltion to supply the demands of the Trrms Of subscription— Dally; j Missouri. Kansas * Texas Railway I .is'f"r **ler B'1 wel1 ■■ to hs*« an «^e- • , *2 (l,ia,e PPly tor all other purposes. Thrr« rnonth* ; The town should...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 31 October 1906

T^DENISQN DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER tffW' 31. SHERMAN ■R TRIAL PROGRESSING JBpi* ^ • 'V - •••vv^yj 'wi''4n • ' IINATION OF WITNESSSB CONTINUED TODAY. ; Isaued for Good to Be Held In Sherman Wednesday, Nov. M. Convert- i-Wi of He of Sh e aft- _herm n it Ion. Ne It To*. of testimony s case of J. H. Seffor't^' Witnesses been examined are being i~* morning T .Hie was c , He testified Ion, In regard to b mm and violent man mold likely carry out a threat if se- riously made. know wl ie repui ad [fOi and presidents of commercial clubB and boards of trade over the county appoint delegates to the convention and be present themselves. Respect- fuNy- (J. P. Webb Chairman Good Roads Association. ,1. VV. Larkln, Secretary. AN APPEALJO~DEMOCRAT8. Chairman County Committee Urges That Large Vote Be Polled. n, Tex., Oct. 31.—A. i„ chairman ot the Democratic ve Committee or Grayson , has issued the following: Democrats iu Grayson County many Instances, careless about tp the polls In the fall el...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 31 October 1906

H|", f, :fx?V' .•"'■P'XJWPE Wu rt" ":T ' THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, WEDNE8DAY, OOTOBgKJtl. 11 i i m Kt.Sfe1 [ ! M fll STOP, WOMANI CAR SH0RTA6E IMPR0VE0 AND CONSIDER THE ALL- IMPORTANT FACT managers that the eight-hour day was impossible on account of the scarcity I of u witch men to man th« yards for the KATY HOLOINQ ITS OWN ON Dl-i three *hlft8 necessary Jn ouch an ar- VI3IONS OUT or DENISON. ! rfln*eluent* That in address- ing Mrs. Pink- liam you arc eon- tiding your pri*ate ills to a woman— a woman whose experi- ence with women's di#- ra* -s covers si great. many years. Mrs. I'inkham is the daughter - in - luw of Lyrfla E. i'inkliaiu, ami for many years nndcrhe redirection, and since her de- ct-a.se.«he has been advising hick wo- men frue of charge. Many w o m e n Miifi-r in silence and drift alonjr froa bad to worse, knowing full well tha' they ought to have immediate assist- aii •<-, but a natural modesty iinpeli them to bhrinW from exposing them helves to the questions und ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 31 October 1906

, jf 1 ■ ♦ win vaii impn You hear the claim maiW so often that this, that op the other is . beat on the market," that It Beejpa useless to say that SwIhh sundry) soap la the beat made. However, knowing this to be u •ltlve fact we ask you to try it youraelf and you win b« quickly nvlnced that It has no equal. THE DEN1B0M DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 81 .4'Ap> LOCAL NEWS NOTES —i i . 1 • ♦ TONIGHT's events. Ghost Social by Woman's I'nlon I n- bel League, Labor Hull. Hallowe'en Social by B. V. p. i; 0{ I Ural Baptist Church, home of Mias Farmer, No. 905 West Chestnut street. " 1 tomorrow afternoon. W. c. T. u„ regular business meeting I ^ m C. a. Parlors. Hiawatha Division No. 251. (;. | \ u> Choctaw Division No. r.t!8, B «,f L Ii.. regular meeting, (). r. c, uan " i ATKINS' SILVER STEEL SAWS •J. ,-.S,y. y;::[if-i- :/■ ■ . Are made for mechanics who want. EASY RUNNING, EDGE HOLDING, ■ fast cutting saws. We have them. Hall=Leeper Hardware Company WE HAVE JU8T RECEIVED OUR stoc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 31 October 1906

3 -smw- v-w m msm*, mm THE DKNIBOH DAILY H1KALD, WBDNg8DAY. OOTOBB& 31- ! ; t w8 ■ U M m¥% ||f ft |l i i>: 1# ■ \ ■ i I II 4! 11 WW* If. ■\% t § i- w i 31 14 mk, i E Buck's Hot Blast Heaters are the moat wonderful soft. coal heaters made. Save half your fuel bill and have a stove 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 asency for Cole's Hot Blast Heaters. Six styles, $11 to $18. Complete stock of pipes, elbows, collars, dampers, etc. Doifflif, = Sash, Doors = Mouldings, Shingles A quality doors, 2 ft, 8 in by 6 ft, 8 in, 1% in thick 92 00 A quality doors, 1 ft, 8 in by 6 ft, 8 In, 1% in thick 91 00 A quality doors, 3 ft by 8 ft, 1%, In thick, for sliding doors, per , Pair 912 00 24 by 36 windows, 2 lights 75 26 by 34 windows, 2 lights gl 75 40 by 36 windows, 2 lights 94 00 40 by 34 windows, 2 lights 93 25 Pries* of other sizss on application. 8 by 8 porch columns, 8 ft long, solid cedar ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 31 October 1906

• «* ♦*« ."V *"■'! "'•'.J 11 r WW ytLfjiif ,^> ,®! > IS p..; |T' PWttOy *>*&•* HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31. Mpwn i . r- • l">4jKr< R 1 .v: SMI mt i^zsppp M| NorUi • fi«a< tie fl unU ''team*.^.sarrl'y a or town a n«l t "• chwp. - tie!'°Aa «i.W '•' I : V .. ' ■ ii !■ i " ' 1 >r cA«h. or ,tWfc *i'g?tr SITUATION WANTED * <. ■ v,- v.t > Female I1TION us wet nurx«. Call 220-i, now Tw2A . M house, 214 W tile* !K> 0 for quick ill for r*nt for $ and wi ts*jma itt for saleae reak. • -O. . phono 152-3- 21*2wks . . T. ■■■ ■—1 For Sale or R«rit ■■ Yn- <* ■' t...i-*fc.— •1 at Rowland's store. . 'lu','iJ Y-room house, Np. 514 Hull to S. C. Kdineay; I" i | For Or Trad# LOT In K 8t Hhernum. Will r m«ll stock or introhAtidlM r~ other property. T. It- Nelms. 330 iln street. 26-tf Household Goods. Went Washington street, for sale. household l?-tf ICO. ono solid bat felt mattreasea, guaranteed not 'to ifet' tuinpy, ;hcr,a«i!o« T« j back to your dea'or and *et your ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 31 October 1906

mmm- ! , T TMT 'f. i Bl " '; 11 II f'I m k 'I £ i i' II; , I V m i, lr "W AM■■ k I * ,i. i i i * t i §i t . 1 1 H 'Jr Hp# K •**; [>, P# 8 THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBERS!^ I/- i'rif Mi? re YOU CAN CURE THAT HEADACHE.. Donl think that it'8 necessary for you to endure headaches. Such suffering not only ex- hausts vitality, but It weakens the nervous system. A person should always relieve suffering when possible. HANNA'S Headache Powders Hake cur© easy, no matter whether the headache is caused by the newer colds or disorder- ed stomach. If the powders do not, cure J our' headaehe money back. PRICE 25c E. H. HANNA, Get your money orders and reg- ister your mail at Manna's. Fancy Dried Fruits Our line 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. i Quality is the first considera- tion in all our purchases. j MR-BROWN 1 Grocery Co. * S Cornice Wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 November 1906

mWmi "wi.-A PflMifi - . ; a Bkh^ |g '■: S S& j?/Jfcf 'v.'' /VUV f ,^'- ' 4:00 O'CLOCK = The State DBMIffOK. TKXA8. a U CAPITAL .,,.|iM,m SURPLUS aid PHOKIT8-. 108,000 1 TWELVE PACES C. B. COBB. J. J. MOLESTER. l*ivHtd«Tit. Vic#-President. „ II. 8 LEGATE, Caahler. P. J. BRKNNAN, Ami Ca A. V. Platter. VOL. XVHL DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1906. NO. 94. National Bank of Deniion, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL. JlftO.OOi SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100.M1 Dlrectora: J, 3. WcAteater. li. Kegonnburie* W, B. Munaon, C. 8. Cobb, A. 8. Burrows. P. J. Brennat J. B. McDOUgall, H. S. i^'K itr.. C. C. Jinks. W. H lUbbard. NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERA!. DEPOSITS. ..t0 f YOU AR Hi !'V- ! ' '.'J'-;'".' ' '• ^■Va \ il'tt. Our Second Opening .. Fine Millinery | Fine ready-to-wear goods for Ladies and Misses. Suits, Cloaks, Furs, Etc. 1 1 "■ ; ATTITUDE OF ■ DETERMINATION * 8HOWN BY EA8TERN RAILROAD ORDERS CAUSES UNEA8INESS AMONG OFFICIALS. ON THREE ROADS l§i Showing new lines that you haven't seen befo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 November 1906

THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD, THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. I I THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THUS HERALD PtJBIJfWINO CO.. PUBLISHERS. Vffics of P'Jhli-allon No. *06 Weat Wood- ard Street, Denison, Taxaa, &nteted at tli«i I'ontofflrc at D-nlaon an Second-clasa matter. Twni of subscription—Dally: One Wwk $ .15 One month .to Vhree montha (If paid In advance).. I S) THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. One r«<ar ,$1.00 SutMOlMri d #lr1n(f the addreas of their paper* ebatnrd will eleaae «1ve both th j old and the new addreaa. TELEPHONES NO. 31. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 190C. It will take something mors than an ordinary blizzard to put Buffalo Bill out of business. Even a good thing can get off ahead of the bunch and be all In before the stretch Is reached. If the people of Texas would keep abreast of the newspapers of the state the progress made would be wonder- ful. month some prizes are offered for dairy cattle, butter, corn, etc., all of which helps to keep "the wheels of pro- gress turning. The Merchants' As...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 November 1906

H - ■ r " ... - ' • 'N *. Wilff I i JU80N DAILY HKBALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. if GRAYSON COUNTY s ■ ■ i Ifp and IT IS BELIEVED THE TESTIMONY WILL BE COMPLETED THIS M AFTERNOON. DEFENDANT ON THE STAND Was Crtn Examined Yesterday After noon for 'Hour and a Half by County Attorney Vowell. Capt Wm. T. Crayeroft Dead—News Notes. Bheeman office of Hertl*. square. Jtteme of Sherman news re- ceived for publication. Matters per- taining to bhorrnin circulation *'isn careful attention. New 'phone. No. 71 old 'phono N®. 7C. . * ■ '.h I ii'i Sherman, Tex., Nov. 1.—The 3wpf> log of-testlmony still continues In the , trial of J. H. Foster, though ' It Is thought that all the testimony wilt bo in by the time the court adjourns this afternoon. The arguments will bo heard tomorrow and the fate of Foster will then, after the charge of the court, be In the hands of the Jflry. The witnesses introduced this morning have been for the state, • which is endeavoring to show that Klnsey was a kind and ino...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 November 1906

. , ■ iW' V THE DBNI80N DAILY EMUp), THUMDAV, WOVMW 1. | Diamond Setting Is one of our specialties. Are your old niountinfis worn or out of style? Wo will be pleased to examine them for you and re- set them If necessary In the latest and best styles. Satisfac- tory work guaranteed. If you would llko a new dia- mond now Is the time to buy it. Another advance of JO per cent Is promised within tho next few months, which you can save In addition to our cash discount by buying now. PREPARING FOR COMPETITION HARRIMAN SYSTEM TO ANTICI PATE COMING OF QOULD AND HILL LINKS. OTHER NEWS OF RAILROADS * L. B. Moore, No Change in Strike Situation at Gal I veston—New Katy Time Card Will Add to Confusion at Union Depot—Frisco to Move Appl* Crop. JEWELER. 216 W. Main 8t. ▼ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦OOOOOOOO^OOO i GROWING, GROWING, GROWING. Robert's Tasteless i: Chill Tonic 48 bottles first year, 303 bottles second year, 560 bottles third year, 1078 bottles fourth year. Nov. 1st—3 months, 582 Bottles Sold I NO CU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 November 1906

lifl ,v, jtiWfflI THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 HAVE YOU USED Swiss Soa.p? You bear tbs claim made bo often that this, that or the other Is ["the beat on the market." that it seems- useless to say that Swiss (laundry) soap Is the best made. However, knowing this to be a positive fact we ask you to try It yourself and you will be quickly convinced that it has no equal. i ■ < ATKINS' SILVER STEEL SAWS §#. «>• ■ SO , EASY flUNNINO, Are made for mechanics who want v;:>V\:?.■ ■. •". ... ?ry ,;v^ . EDGE HOLDING, We have them. FA8T CUTTING 8AW8. HalULeeper Hardware Company WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR STOCK OF AVinter LegginS' for children and misses. Children's In Buster Browns; colors, red. white, black and brown leather. Misses' in Jersey color and black. ALL PRICE 4 M'mhm . Baskets! I Baskets!! Blue Front Racket Store, 220 Main St., Work baskets, baby baskets, laundry l^askets, clothes hampers, In fact the largest shipment of baskets ever brought |to North Texas....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 November 1906

B$jL. : ;■ Ci 1 39 m i « sh Sm kK-#M 3§SH. K - I fSA?'", >' IHB m (Hp "ml. mm* ■ tvi'.v j m: I I I *% if If *yWK DENISON i i imping—i. OUR MOTTOi "FAIR PLAY." I = BAITY'S - ■■ Means that if we can sell a quarter million dollars our 4th year in business and make only 5 per cent thi our profits will be Twelve Thousand Five Hundred Dollars, and it means a saving to the people wf trade here of at least Twelve Thousand Five Hundred Dollars. We are after making money and we mal money by saving the people money. The more goods you buy of us the cheaper we can sell and we have| the nerve to sell cheap. Ne m: OUR. HISTORY v<e Three and a half years ago we commenced business here with $1,170.00 and we commenced cutting prices the first day and making ourselves obnoxious to old timers generally. We heard it said that some of the other stores were going to run us out of business, but they have run us like the dog run the hog--us in front and them behind. They run us into four different st...

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

PBTOWW MM BKRAU, THURIDAT, WWUnmn T. t Among th« "Use* of Ad varsity" la that of teaching ua—often for the firat time —th# "USES OF WANT AD VtftTISING." HELP WANTED w ^ FOB SALE ftl Estate. . PLACtE. 721 North Burnett avenue, one fwm.threo mile* somlfatnt of town and loot#, one amtill lartn of town anu toola, two guou ,nd teams, W( mirrejr hik! har- ■priny warfon, ho#s, sows ami cowa and pals.k -ou<* good Jerae* chickens, WhileVLeihorqa, Black irea and Hnrred Plymouth llotss. For aale cheati. terrtnA to suit. Jauk 10-U-lmo •ALB AT A BAItv, I acres land, 4-ro<nri hoUae, large cloae to city Uinlls. mliptl SIT West Mun'son street -Thirty" utheaat. in i8-tr f-ROOM houae, 114 Weat Gatidy. Haa a Water, gas, tile.. pfircUfca, claac Irt. aell for f5T?50 for quick w0 . Pr lOoo i for qtilok md . Prou* and .Will Milt fw WO Apply (it frlace. tF lino \ur taku for sale or rout. C. F. MdV ODmAS, phone 16i-3. 21-2wk.a •ctea land, soin«> fruit, nc; Call at Itowland's store. For Sale or Rent...

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

m V : ■K:|v ft THE DEMlEOir DAILY MMBALD, THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 4- . ' YOU CAN CURE THAT HEADACHE... Don't think that It's necessary for you to endure headaches. Such Buffering not only ex- haunts vitality, but it weakens th« nervous system. A person should always relieve suffering when possible. HANNA'S Headache Powders Make cure easy, no matter whether the headache la caused by the newer colds or disorder- ed stomach. If the powders do not, cure your headache money back. PRICE 25* E. H. HANNA, (Jet your money orders and reg- ister your mall at 1 (anna's. Fresh Apple Cider | Just received a barrel of pure sweet cider—something fine. Send your Jug and let us fill it. 50o the gallon Fresh Barrel Kraut Fresh barrel just In this morning or fine as we ever saw. KNAUR-BROWN1 Grooery Co. THE DENIS0N HOUL BARBER SHOP LOUIS PARLAT, Prop. Do you want to cure youc dwnUjuV and stop your hair from falling out? We will absolutely guarantee a> «u without hair tonics. Proper electric massaging,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 November 1906

B - Bab«a— JUT GIVES OF EWEST INVENTION. Certain Storage Battery Problem Ha* Been Solve4—Cheap, Safe and Convenient, "I have found the metal!" said fhomas A. Edison, and the problem been solved." ; The great inventor was speaking to e of bis wonderful new battery jrhich is destined to revolatioAlxe ilt facilities and dHve horses off streets of all large, cities Running the gauntlet of the high about the laboratory, the guard the wicket gate and the numerous itlnels in the form of workmen who Ire always on guard to keep the ln- lder from encroaching on* the time the busiest Inventor in the world, tie writer bearded the Hon In his den }p to the second floor of the great lab- ry at West Orange, N. J., and af- persuading him that the world was |inxlous to learn of his latest discover- especially in the line at storage priea and cement, Mr, Edison talk- with great freedom. "Singularly enough," said Mr. Edi- speaking of the battery, "after fears of studjr and hard labor, to say ling of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 November 1906

Rg*5 . Wt? 10 THE DEN WON DAILY HEBALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. lit $v? •' tipf\ I i & !; TOWN TALK. !fS MUDDLED IN TWO DISTRICTS Everywhere you go you hearj people talking about SAL-TE-NA, the wonderful new laxative that cures Headache and Constipation. ; / . Every drug store in the city is < ■* ;,■* having a big sale of this now rem- politicians in MUSKOGEE are edy which is an Fffervcscing Fruit unable to EVEN guess Seltzer that niak-;i a sparkling at the outcome. drink. SAL-TE-.NA in addition to its | 1 laxative qualities, acta as a Tonic and Bracer. A dose before breakfast acts gently on the bowels, clears away the headache, and makes one feel good all day. You will hear from this laxative in cn« hour after taking it. Take a dose—then watch the clock. SAL-TE-NA is a safe remedy. Headachc Tablets are dangerous TRYING TO BEAT NE6R0ES decided to rtm Independently. He will poll a large negro vote. Haskell Menus to have the advantage in this dis- trict. P. B. Hopkins was nominat...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 November 1906

Wmm. I Ki Buck's Hot Blast Heaters are the most wonderful ■oft coal heaters made. Save half your fuel bill and have a stove that will keep fire 36 hours by us- ing a Buck's Hot Blast. Three sizes, $16, $18 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. DWSI « STORIES OF RJUL AND WIRE = Sash, Doors Mouldings, Shingles A quality doors. 2 ft, 8 in by 6 ft, 8 in, 1* in thick 92 00 A quality doors, 2 ft, 8 In by 6 ft, 8 in. IK in thick . 81 60 A quality doors, 3 ft by 8 ft, 1% In thick, for sliding doors, per a,r 812 00 24 by 30 windows, 2 lights $1 75 26 by 34 windows, 2 lights $1 75 40 by 36 windows, 2 lights 84 00 40 by 34 windows, 2 lights $3 25 Prices of other sizes on application. 8 by 8 porch columns, 8 ft long, solid cedar bored 82 75 Not made from staves. K-round, per 100 ft 30£ Window and door stops, per 100 ft 3/)^ Other modld kept in stock. Red cedar shingles,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 November 1906

"y^oauLP. ♦ £ fc Why Adulterated Paint is Dear A maker of adulterated white lead sneered "Why should paint be pure ? No one eats it." True, but when white lead is adulterated with barytes, sublimed lead, ((ypsum, whiting, etc., it oses the qualities which make pure white lead the best paint pigment. And when these imita- tions are sold as white lead, the consumer is deceived into paying white lead prices for worthless substitutes. Collier Pure White Lead M«U by tfc* Old Dawk Proo*. contains no adulteration whatever, and when mixed with Pure Linseed Oil lasts as no paint made of cheap imitations can. If your dealer cannot supply, write us. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY CU Arm. mm* 10th St.. fc. ImU. Mm, Pot sale by f rat claai dealers. HEALTHY PLANTS Reotre Ike Mm* Canfil AtteatlM M Wall mm On4 fall. Did you avar oa a rosebush which— draptta ttaa moat beneficent environment of kjII—of aunahlne—and of a.tmonphera, -seemed never to achieve a healthy growth. A ton of manure will not halp a plan...

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