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

:M m . . (J9hghbhhh^HH I f: Wr1 "a. a ^ § Wh. ■ *•«*" any } Jfe ; *1 IMl Ph. • ■"•> -j .**?'•'■■"'-*?¥■■v ^wsaR ^ ■" ■*"■' ■ $* ■ ■- ■' ■ •AO O'CLOCK :u_ ,- 'V - 'r- 1 f - *- - *—--V—* '....-rt..--.-. r l| p WJni I mi cs&r^ .M ♦ !!«. •> and PKOKITS.. 1M.M* 3$ Diractora: t,, >^| I lBthu . lilnahaw, W. Elliott. V. N. Reblh, SFH Trtta"4, i . ii. i ooin. . *.«£, A. r. Flatter. vol. xvm. dbnisojf, texas, friday, november 2, 1906. NO. 95. TWELVE PAGES C. S. COBB. J. J. M'ALESTKK, President. Vlc«-PrMMeat U. 8. r.r.OATK. Cnabler. P. J. BKKNNAN. Asut CmUM National Bank of Denison, DKNISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL. 1100.004 SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100.00J Directors: J. J. McAlenter, 11. ItetiensburKSV. W. B. Mutiaon." C. S. Oobb, A. S. Burrows, P. J. Hrennan, J. B. McDougall, It. 6. l.<-gr.it«. C. C- Jinks. W. h Hthbard. NO INTKRRST PAIR ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. YOU ARE INVITED TO Our Second Opening ...OF. .... Fine Millinery;; Fine ready-to-wear goods for Ladies and Misses. Suits. Cloak |jf...

Publication Title: Denison Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 November 1906

THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. wu i w f It! lli ■ . ! THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THE HKKALD PUBURHINO CO . PUBLISHBRS- Office ut pUbli-Mitto.) NO- 305 Went Wood- ard Street. Denlson, T«xae. Entered at tho |*o tofOee at DenlKM as Second-cU«s matter. Term* ot subscription— Dally: On« W<-«k * One month Thres months (If paid In advance) IS .6* 1 49 THE 8EMT-WKKKI.Y HERALD. It 00 One year Subsertbers deulrln* ths juldress of thetr v«ipor« etianir«<l will nlnaee gtve bote the old end the new address. TELEPHONES NO. 21. vem: Statements of this kind are calculated to array the country against the towns of Denlson and Sherman and do abso- lutely no good. There Is no question about the election of th« entire Demo- cratic ticket in this county and no one knows this any bettor than Chairman Beatty. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1D0C. No roan ever lost anything by being progressive. A square deul for all men will tend very largely to wipe out tlie convinc- ing argument# of the Socialist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 November 1906

low IN HINDS OF THE M > ""1 ' m: rATE OF J. H. FOSTER REST8 WITH TWELVE MEN WHO HEARD THE EVIQENCE. INSTRUCTIONS TO THE JURY ■\ i judge Jones' Charge Was Exhaustive and Covered Murder in First and Second Degrees, Manslaugh- ter, Self-Defense and Law Regarding Threats. . f bermaa offlca of Herald, east side of square. Items, of Sherman news re- ceived for publication. Matters per- talnin* to 8he|rniin circulation en careful attention. New 'pbone. No. 77; old 'phone No. it -v SHERMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. chool Board, regular meeting, High School Building. Sherman Lodge No. 17, A. O. U. W., regular meeting. Woodmen Hall. Sherman Lodge No. 667, B. P. O. E-, regular meeting, Elks' Hall. Sherman, tex., Nov. 2.—At 11 o'clock this morning Judge Jones fin- ished his Instructions to the Foster Jury and the Jury retired to decide ipon Foster's guilt or Innocence and |to fix his punishment if found guilty at the murder of B.| P. Kinsey in Den |son on March 1. The testimony wan concluded yes- lay ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 November 1906

jp ■i IrfJ ii H * if & m ?•*$§ 4-:l 1 1 m #3lll |p '•&< i I# iw; 'If < i- "t ,<1 ••'V "S THE DBWOI DAILY HflALP. TODAY, WOV1MBB1 1 Made in New York TO be in Style means to wear in this city clothes that are correct in style to-day on Broadway and Fifth Avenue, in New York City. z^/yORK -o^ways to Go to New York and patronize New York's bost Tailors, or buy their clothes— Alfred Benjamin^Co.Clothes—here in town. Correct Clothes for Men Exclusive Agent Here. James Boyd Main St. and Rutk Ave., Denison, Texas ♦ Diamond Setting ♦ *> ♦ i Is one of our specialties. Are your old mounting* worn or ont of style? We will hp pleased to examine then for you and re- net them if necessary in the latest and bent style*. Satisfac- tory work guaranteed. If yon would like a new dia- mond now is the time to buy it. Another advance of 20 per cent is promised witbla the next few months, which you can save In addition to our cash discount by buying now. PROVISION FOR TIMBER SUPPLY FRIS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 November 1906

THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, PEIDAY, NOVEMBER t. HAVE YOU USED D&nl b jj-i ■■■{■■■■■■■■■■■I r | .. You bear the claim made so often that thin, that or the other is lie beat on the market." that it seems useless to aay that Swiss (laundry) soap is the beat made. However, knowing thia to be a """re fact we ask yon to try 16 yourself and you will be qulckly trrlnced that it has no equal. m ATKINS' SILVER •*. .*' •♦. '-W\ v' >• SAWS u & i i \ J§ ♦ , v ipi* 'r Are made for mechanics who want RUNNING, EDGE HOLDING, FA8T CUTTING SAWS. We have them. UN 'Jtm, Hardware Company /i 1 SEE: What we are showing this season in children's shoes. Extension and close trim solea; Vie! kid, gun metal anl box calf stocks. All of our children's * [ w Bhoes are made to our order. You can get the best to be had for a price .50/SI.7S and $2.00 BOLDRICK & SWAN SEE OUR LINE OF CHILDREN'S HOSE. LOCAL NEWS NOTES FXMlMlMMtMHMMIIM TONIGHT'S EVENTS. Murray and Mack In "Around the Town," Opera Ho«se. Den...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 November 1906

HR i ::|j f -a V U II I BAKING POWDER „ Hakes sunshine bread4 jg mmm i« 26c Ml Orttri PI IRF Delivered •( * ^ your doors. ICE A rebate ( *iven when tickets are bought. f Denison Crystal Ice Company Just Received First shipment of raisins, cur- rants, evaporated petri, peaches, apples, mince meat, and apple butter; and also have some nice voung turkeys. Buy «omc in your next order. W. L. HOBBS, 723 S. Armstrong. Both Phone*. HOUSE SHOHS FOF Women Style, quality and durability combined. Odly S3 50 and $1 00 L. B. EASTHAM Cash Shoe Store. 307 Main St. >if<tii«ami>a aiiii«iii j | Advertise Denison • Use the \ • Denison Souvenir Envelope When writing to your friends. 25 for 10c. j! YEIDEL'S i THE REAL BOOK STORE. a>in«tii«i«iM<sM<i ii> | This Is the Place i! ^ To come to for : Bargains i; 4 See ns for sewiitg machines, J Victor talking machines and « records, fine watches and Jew- * eirv. C. J. O'Maley.i; 120 W. Main St. , Home for Working Girls in Mountains A holida...

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

• ,f . **%> . • ^ISKWPB!!*8 - iff: the p1wxw daily herald, friday. november 2 ibr f Swill ■/'; ■ •f. ; £ Among the "umi of Ad- vertlty" la thkt of teaching ue—often for the flrat time —the "USES OF WANT AD- VERTISING." for sale. r HUMK PUCE. 721 North Burnett venue, one farm thrte mil** sftutho&st 11 town and tool*, one small farm pOrtbwest Oi town end tool*, two is and teams, one surrey and one spring wagon, hogs, sows and cows and oilvia. one good Jersey chickens. While Leghorns. Black Jtnorc* and lUrrod My mouth Hoiks, sale clieup. terms to auit. Jack 10-12-lmo HAIJS AT A. BARGAIN—Thirty- acrea land, 4,-room house, large , . to city limits, southeast. Iti- 117 West Munson street. IS-ti •ROOM house, >14 West Gaudy. Hag water, gas, nice parches, clone in. sell for |2.;r>0 far quick sal;. Prot- wortli $3,600 and Will fSt for $30 month. Apply at place. 13-1 mo FARM for sale or rent, ns, phone 1M-J. C. P. Me-. 21-Swks For Sale or Rent 8-room house. No. (14 Hull street, to...

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

i I ■ Kf y i i THE ppmw PAmr mtALD, fkjdat, MOVI •Draw1 Out the Pain with a good hot water bottle. The kat does tbe work ait nothing elae can. Bat be care- ful to set a good hot water bot- tle—one that won't spring a leak and stir tip trouble at the wrong time. Oar bottle* are made from the best grade of pure robber— no adulterations to weaken It and make It crack We guaran- tee them. Well i like and choice. end you several If you you may take your E. H. HANNA, The Careful Druggist. Get your money orders and reg- ister your mail at Hanna'a. CASTELUIE JVORCE SUIT COUNT BONI STILL HOPEFUL OP RECONCILIATION. '* ' ; vmmmmrnmm I Attorney* arc Anxious to Avoid Call- ing Witnesses, as That Would Involve a Big Scandal. Fresh Apgle Cider H Ju«t received a barrel of pure sweet cider—something fine. Send your Jug and let us fill It. 50o the gallon i:Fresh Barrel Kraut:: Fresh barrel just < > morning or fine as Raw. in wo this ;; erer 1KNMIR-BROWN i Grocery Co. ♦ IIKIMMMOMMMIMM Paris, Nor...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 November 1906

v' i mm. >1 Pllt' mm Wm> !mWmM HHM Ppm M t 10 THE DEKlgQW DAltY gKULD, FRIDAY, WOVBMBMt % ! "00 IT NOW" I 1 • + Small delays often mean bi« losses. The good business worker aims al- ways to keep those with whom he comes in contact or connection In t;oo<l humor. The temper destroying power of long delays Ik a matter of common knowledge. .■There is a ewrtaln large business house In Chicago catering to a mall order trade almost exclusively Out- of-town customers, however, are iu- vited and even urged to shoj< in |>er- son when in the city, while city resi- dents may select goods to wend out of town. To this house a Chicago lady went, not long since, Intent upon the purchase of a lawn swln« for her ru- ral residence. Half over the great building f he traveled before find- ing the rigfit place to make a se 'ectlorr a delay of twenty minutes en- sued while some mysterious down- stairs department was Interrogated a* to the freight charges to be prepaid: timl then the custome...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 November 1906

m ■'* m EM : TH1 P1MH0N DAILY HJERALD, FRIDAY, NOVBMB1E 2. PAN ftsS PETIT, POIS LUNCH These are the imaBcat of young sweet peai. The dantie* and moat delicious grown. Packed just as soon as they are pulled from the vine, so that they retain ail their fresh, crop and dainty flavor. No coloring nor foreign adulterations used: this is why the White Swan Petit Pois are far superior to the French Ginned article. Every thing good in cans packed under the White Swan Brand, if your grocer does not keep than, send us his name. THE WAPLES-PLATTER GROCER CO. Denison, Fort Worth, Dallas THE PEOPLE ALL In Chora* Cried, Gin Vm Newhro* Herplclde. This word of late has been In every- one'* mouth, and many are wondering what the word signifies, though no one has yet been found, who will deny that NEWBRO'8 HERPICIDB does the wont. Well, for the Information of thousands of people who like to know all about a good thing, we would aay that HKRPICIDE means, a destroyer or killer of "Herpes." Now "Herpes"...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 November 1906

<u.) ■W. / BIICR5 im THE DEW130W DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. FUROR MAY BE ANTICIPATED LOCAL DRUGGIST HAS SECURED CELEBRATED COOPER REMEDIES. SENSATION III ST. LOUIS Statement Bock's Hot Blast Heaters are the most 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, $18 and $20. Cole's Hot Blast We have the exclusive agency for Cole's Hot Blaet Heaters. Six styles, $11 to $18. Complete stock of pipes, elbows, collars, dampers, etc. by Leading Druggist Mound City Would Indicate That Remarkable Success of New Preparations la Genuine. In the the GROWING, GROWING, GROWING. Robert's Tasteless Chill Tonic 48 bottles first yesr, 393 bottles second yesr, 56P bottles third yesr, 1078 bottles fourth yesr. Nov. 1st—3 months, 582 Bottlos Sold i NO CUIIE PAY POISONS Denison Opera House on,jrr Nov. 2 [ ' The Originals Murray and Mack In their latest musical comedy AROUND THE TOWN With a gr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 2 November 1906

iSffiL W^JW'V JBQDM iti ■ ' 'V SIB Are the Pick of Tfckf Catchers, Noted for Their Quick bvcA'-; • Wit end Iron Nerve. In few branches of the national gov- ot has the past few years wlt- 1 a greater expansion of aotlvl- than in the case of the United (tales Secret Service. However, the iblic has heard at length regarding i broadest scope of tbe rural free de- livery service, the Bureau of Insular and other rapidly growing gov- ernmental institutions, whereas little been said regarding the added re- sponsibilities of the sleuths connected the Treasury Department. The chief duty of the highly system- jttlsed organization of which John E. Is the head is the apprehension counterfeiters. and whether through the natural increase in tbe population pf the country or owing to other causes there is a steady growth In Lb* number of attempts to manufac- ture and circulate spurious coin and currency. This, too, in the face of the frequently exemplified policy of tbe Service to have every operati...

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

vol. xvm. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1906 NO. 96 TWELVE PAGES C. S. COBB, 3. J. M A1.EKTKR. President. VIm-PtmMwL It. 8. I-EOATE. Cashier. P. J. BRENNAN, Ant Cajhle* • •• We Offer You An IMMENSE BARCtAlJf IN OUR COTTON WASH OOODS DEPARTMENT. THESE GOODS ARE ENTIRELY NEW AND CONSISTS OF A SELECTION . ; P I Larger, Better & Cheaper§ THAN WE HAVE EVER OFFERED YOU BEFORE. 25 pieces of bookfold Beige dress goods, 10c values, for 25 pieces of flannelette, 27 inches wide, new patterns in light * and dark, 10c values, for, per yard • • 80 pieces of Henley suitings in ombre effects, srfiall and large I I I ' plaid, the correct cloth for skirts, per yard 204 100 pieces of good outing flannels in dark and medium styles, suitable for comforts (no trash), per yard 5^ 75 pieces of cotton challies, nice floral and Persian designs, per yard •. ....•t«,••••••••••••♦•.... 5^ 50 pieces of the .newest and"most up-to-date line of Scotch plaid calicoes, the only ones in the city, per yard 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 November 1906

THE DENI80W DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER J. f M m yj%i; ji cUif f . it f! m € # } ml p| M0.£' mm ■ THE OENISON DAILY HERALD THE HET.AI.D Pt/IU.tSHmO CO . ®UBI.tSHKR8- wililnp to furnish If the city will' tatlon will survive as Jong es-the ttfob- I . mmm >AKl Alitii _0.p1. •-F Office of publication No. 305 Went Wood- ard Street. Dsnison. Texaft ' b«< : enter into a reasonably long contract, j J The whole proposition Is a business one and should be handled on a busl- ' .lies* basis. If It la there ought to b« no mreat difficulty In effecting a est- j i lenient. Entered at tho Poatoffle* at l>enlso;> secondmatter. lets remains unsolved.—Pari* Advo- cate. "Sucking a stump." That's awful. The Herald can see the pallor on ths face of the marine editor of the Dallas Time* Herald when he reads this par. agraph.—Denison Herald. Don't worry about the Ancient Marl- nor of the T.-H. Ho has yo-ho-ed the hind mule down the raging canal often enough to know what "sucking a stump'' ...

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

v ■ .7 1 v •• "ST ' S ' ' <f|£; '■'■ SlPSJS? >(• ■ . THK DKHISOW DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 3 HE DA Y -r^h- T SHERMAN tot* ut /NISHMENT A8SES8ED AT Fiyfe YEARS' CONFINEMENT IN* THE PENITENTIARY. APPEAL WILL BE TAKE (iry Wat 6wt Six Hour* in Arriving [at a Vardlcfc—Prisoner Placed in Jail Pending the Appeal. Caae of John Buster on 11|. Trial—News Notes. * ■ r nan office of Herald, cut side __ [square. Items of Sherman news re- ceived fer publication. Matters per- to Bherram circulation aMen [old ■phonetNo1°7C. **'" Ph°n#' Vi SHERMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. Serman Lodge No, 45, I. O. O. F. [regular meeting, I. O. O. F. Hall, serman local No. 492, P. D. & P. H [ regular meeting. Labor Hall | of Venue ipberman, Tex., w'john Bnster, ch Issault on his ov TOMORROW AFTERNOON. tiauser ixwige No. 47, Sons of Her man. regular meeting. Herman Hall, Sherman, Tex.. Nov. 3.—"We, the ■ry, find the defendant guilty of Rurder In the second degree and as- hia punishment at five years iflnem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 November 1906

''wi! A ■ >7 V7/S.■■••( >■' >' m • % 4 ' •'?««' m 'Jw'ii ■' i t ■ f|§ 1 is « J. i I i ■ ? &'$r ■if M • 4 1 H IwiP K i q PRHPI RS-f MP yK^^pBB - THE DEHISOH DAILY BEBALD, SATURDAY, NOVXMBXS 3. WHO WROTE THIS WONDERFUL MYSTERIOUS BOOK? TELLS OF STARTLING SECRETS JEALOUSLY GUARDED FOR AGES nv ADEPTS Reveal* thi" Marvelous Etf«et« Produced In the Minds anl DoO'** of S'ck «nd S L "successful People Throug'i the Use of a Strange Force That Has Been Over- looked by i^e PuOllc . for Centuries Past Shews In Simple Language and ViVtdi Pictures How Men and Women Mi/ ' Curei Diseases and Habits as if by j Magic and W eld 3 Powerful Influence Over tne Mirds and Live* of Others Why Some Succeed Wr.ere Others Fait, j Peculiar Arrangement by Which 100,000 j Copies Are to Be Given Away by Mail—Absolutely Free PROSPECT OF A SETTLEMENT 3. OF R. T. AND RAILROAD OFFI- CIALS TO CONFER^IN CHI- CAGO MONDAY. MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE F. A. Fitzgerald, Manager of Katy Dining Station, Starts for C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 November 1906

A - ■ " -• fWpHH ■nHHIl -T- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 KHMIWI PERSONAL MENTION YOU USED ..FOR... LOCAL NEWS NOTES \ HmW Ik P1 fSfMSS ftfci , i -;4M You b«ar the claim made so ofte that thin, that or the other la J -the best on the market." that It se« s useless to say that 8wIsb (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. >■ < ATKINS' SILVER STEEL S AW S , , "'' ' ' ' '' V Are made for mechanics who want. EASY RUNNING, EDGE HOLDING, FA8T CUTTING SAWS. We have them. Hall=Leeper Hardware Company SEE: What we are showing this season In children's shoes. Extension and cIobc trim soles; vici kid. gun metal anl box calf stocks. All of our children's shoes are made to our order. You can get the best to be had for a price $1.50, $1.75 and S2.00 BOLDRICK & SWAN SEE OUR LINE OF CHILDREN'S HOSE. -*<n CRATES of fancy china unpacked at the Blue Front Racket Store, 220 Mai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 November 1906

' . . < •, — "*• « . A « a A-AgLj|.i4, THE DMKIBQW DAILY WOULD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. yiRa i ft < II /|| | A 3 wB i g-T — FORECAST OF SECTIONS Hot Political Campaigns in Many States Close Tonight—In Several Contests Party Lines Have Been Obliterated. NEW YORK. Leading Candidates for Governor. Republican Charles E. Hughes Democratic W. ft. Hearst Independence League .. W. R. Hearst New York, Nov. .'{.—The political campaign in New York close# tonight with many meetings oa both titles and predictions of success by both the Hearst and Hughes managers. At beat the result is purely u matter of guesswork. Supporters of Mr. Hughes, the Republican candidate, are confi- dently claiming his election. The rame confidence Is shown by the fol- lowers Of William R. Hearst. Betting still favors Hughes, but not much re- liance is to be placed in this specula- tive feature of the campaign. Briefly put, the result of next Tuesday's elec- tion In this state may be said to de- pend upon the follo...

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

HERALD, BATUEDAY, NOVEMBER 3. ■nim. mwFM Wwi^Wkz%' Ma HELP WANTED. w* Mala MISCELLANEOUS Photographs 19 ""'. o , ■ - • ,, pffit FOR SALE RmI Batata. 731 North Burnett ._ iraa mile* southeast and tools, one ■m:>U (arm of town and tools, two good and teams, one surrey and har- ons spring wagon, hogs, now a and cowa and calv«.a, one good Jersey chickens, White leghorns, Digs, cows and hull, chickens, White l-egh orca and Barred Plymouth Books, sale cheap, terms to suit. Jack Blms. 10-12-imo D«t 8AM0 AT A BARGAIN—Thirty* even acres land, 4-room house, large close to city limits, southeast. In- 317 West Munaon street. tS-tf i-ROOM house, >14 West Oandy. Has stty water, fas, nice porches, close In. IVlll sell for $2,760 for quick sale. Prop- rty worth J3.600 and will r.urt for *30 er month. Apply at place. 13-lmo FARM for shIp or rent, tis, phone 152-3 C. F. Mc ai'twks BOUT-ROOM house, pantry, good barn, city water, on Dty atreet; close tn, at |VE-R(^>M house, si* lots, on West _...

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

Draw m DENIBOW DAILY HMtALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER^ Out the Pain with a good hot water l>ottl« . The heat does the work as nothing else can. But be care- ful to get a good hot water bot- tle-—on® that won't spring a leak and stir up trouble at the wrong time. Our bottles are made from the best grade of pure rubber no adulterations to weaken it and make it crack. We guaran- tee them. >'e'U ttt-nd you several If you Jike and you may take your choice. E. H. HANNA, The Careful Druggist. Get jour money orders and reg- ister your mall at Banna's. THE CHURCHES SUNDAY Fresh ► | Apple Cider jj Just received a barrel of pure sweet elder—something fine. Send your jug and let us fill It. 50c the gallon Fresh Barrel Kraut Fresh barrel just in this morning or fine as we ever saw. • KNAUR-BRQWN if Grocery Co. Just Received first shipment of raisins, cur- rants. evaporated pears, peaches, apples, mlnco meat, and apple butter; and also have some nice young turkeya. Buy some in your ncit order. W....

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