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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 November 1906

BHBPf' f" . ~,-V- yi? ■•Wi THE DENIBOW DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. The PASSING. , crumbles the knoll by the riverside a*U> tt waters elrar, Whtr« the red man's primitive tepee silently smolders to dtt, the rocks f nU*tk-ally chlsled by lime's relentless hand. Are reproduced In the fretwork oC the ■wnatons of the white pran. And the buff lo'H well-beaten trail wind- In* down the rooky way. Wher th« agile antelope no longer spreads her limbs to rest, And the screamlnic eaule soars to lofty heights at the dawn of day. Hoverln* protectlnsly 'round her exalt- ed scraggy nest. And Niagara'* threatening water* rush- In* In tempestous foam. With their misty mists of brilliant scarf clouds, must all pass from sight, And her troubled torrents flow out to sea; her last and final Home: But return not again to worn channels, with the morning's light. Oh, tantalising, upheaving old monster Earth that never sleeps, u It because of His mefcy we smolder slowly away? 1 rather In kindness s...

Publication Title: Denison Daily Herald
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 November 1906

)mm UHBI wkW 10 THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. p: M I '| II J.I J i (■ I ■ tt ft r, k H TOWN TALK. Everywhere you go you hear 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 new rem- edy which is an Effervescing Fruit Seltzer that makes a sparkling drink. SAL-TE-NA in addition to its XjVin< jt up. Heaides teaching that laxative qualities, acts as a Tonic ■ valuable lesson of charity, It haa ai o and Bracer. i shown to the children the power of A dose before breakfast act#! «* **•«!< ■ horn** are made gently on the bowels, clears away the headache, and makes one feel good all day. You will hear from this laxative in one hour after taking it. 9S.6I; Miss Moore's room, Miss .Johnson's room. 90.08. At the meeting of the principals for last month it was decided to again al- low the children to make a Thanksgiv- ing ojferlng to the worthy poor of the city. For ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 November 1906

mm am. irtei'i jiiauJ/K <.*.... — ■'.-•- v HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 — • MM ; GROWING,| i : GROWING, GROWING 1 Robert's Tasteless is I . 15 W ChiUJTonic | 48 battles first year, I; • ' 303 bottles second yesr, ; 56# bottles third year, | < • 1078 bottles fourth year. ; Nov. 1st—3 months, J 582 1 Bottles Sold i THE WOULD OF INDOSTRY Review of the Week's Work of Every Nation on the Globe Where Mechanics and Artisans Hold Sway. !! NO CURE PAY POISONS v ♦oeoooseeoooeeooeoooooooM A FACT PROVEN. SkMld Convlaea Even the Moat Skep- tical of Ita Truth. If there la the slightest doubt In tho minds of any that Dandruff germs do not exist, their belief is compelled by this fact that a rabhlt innoc'ilutc-,1 with tho eerms became bald in six week3" time. It must be apparent to any p«raon therefore that tho only prevention "of baldness Is the destruction of the Rt-rm-- whlch act is successfully accomplished In one hundred per cent, of eases by the application of Newbro's Herpleide. Dandru...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 3 November 1906

M m u THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. M 9R i, 1 f : V ii w a TOWNS MAY BE WIPED OFF MAP THEY HAVE BEEN BUILT ILLE- GALLY ON SEGREGATED COAL LANDS. CONGRESS THEIR ONLY HOPE times to get their recommendation to segregate the townsite* and Hell the lota to the owners of improvement)!, just us other townsite* have been *old. It this is not done. it appears thai the people will have to move oat of the town*. The attention of the senato- rial committee to be here this month will be called to this matter. Under Present Laws the Government Cannot Segregate a Townsite on Coal Lands — Recommenda- tions for Senatorial Com- mittee—Other News. Munkogee, I. T., Nov. 3.—There are twenty towns on the segregated coal lands of the Choctaw Nation that are iiicely to have trouble of the most se- rious nature if they are not entirely wiped out, because the court in the Cbant City case held that the people were Intruders and that they will have to move off. There are about 400,000 acres o...

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

. rw TWELVE PAGES C. S. COBB. jr. J. M'AI.ESTER. President. Vlce-Prenldent. K. fl. T.EOATfB. Caahier. P. J. BHKNNAN. Awt Caahlea, ■ ' '• r^.-'rW\wM ■ 'ii "• IvH ■Cf I ' r.'-r ' • ' - = STTrrt State National DENISON. *■ v it« - ireii ' iiSSS -. . HA'-"-' lr:Sh ' . * •> • • vol: xvm, —! DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1906. 'i s®(fi ■::PSRP w' tmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmm ♦ .. .. BUY HiHig H| I H)| AT MADDEN'S The beat Is always the cheapest, i you should not overlook this ran you go to buy your suit, lost all clothing looks alike to Qost people, some wear better. k better and aro made better. His is where Hart, Schaffner & [Marx excel all other lines. A line [of clothing which has made a na- tional reputation in a few years, I with the competition there is in (the clothing line, must have many strong points, which surpass other ligh grade lines. Hart, Schaffner A Marx make [and sell more fine clothes than [any other bouse in the United [States. This fact alone is evidence uough to ...

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

mm 1'V' J y #1 ' "# • ^31 gS *? § * ai iri if I .V§ I r ■ft l>f II 1 7'.1 • I u ' m w- Jpk * THE DBNI80N DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, VOVX)Onit. THE DENISON DAILY HERALD TUB HERAI.O P1BI.ISHJNCJ CO. FIBUJSUE HO- advertise the town and show that our I study the split-log drag and"fclve tt Ut(ic« of publication N<> S<W *rxi Street, Deuiaon. Wm« \V <X*d • ; people are progressive. Be sure and j attend for you will be well repaid. What ; luxation that ia fair and equitable to ' ••very Interest and which will produce fair trial.—Coralcana Sun. Er. tared at th* F'untofflcr at f>«r.! un * •econJ -cU*« matter. Term* o! rlpUon— Datl/. One W *k Ou month Thre* < It ; dI ! THE HEM1-WKFK One y.- r Putwrtbem d*<:rti r their papora <*mr>(ritl both tho old an'] th-r i advance) . T HKK A1.D sufficient revenue for all present pur poses and make it possible to do those things which the state ought to do for 1 the advancement of the interest of 5J1 the people. It ia a business y&...

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

I — ' •vj|0& > *" / _ THE DENXSON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5 HE DAY AT SHERMAN RONG PLEA OF INSANITY — BEING MADE BY LAWYERS FOR DEFENSE IN CASE OF JOHN BUSTER. IER COUNTY SEAT NEWS tlatlcan Shivel Believes November . fotton Report Will Be More Fav- orable Than October—Reviv- al Begins at Cumberland Presbyterian Church. nan office of Herald, east aide of _ jare. Items of Sherman news re ived for publication. Matters per to Sherram circulation en efuj attention. New 'phone. No. 77; 'phone No. 7S. Lamar street, between the H. & T. C. and Cotton Belt tracks will be used for the Fifth ward. It is not probable that all of the judges named will serve, In fact Frank A. Sporer, who is named as Judge for the Fifth ward, is disquali- fied by reason of his having been elected councilman since his appoint- ment as judge. Some of tho other lodges may not be present in the morning end If this is true the first voters at the polling place where the judge fails to show up will elec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 November 1906

(:' - '! 1 I ' I 1 f' .* fc I I •' iP& fe' THE DEN180N D. Nervous Women BLOCKADE NEAR AT RAY YARDS THeir Suffering* Ar U v «lly Due to female Disorders Perh*p> Unsuipecled A MEDICINE THAT CUBES Tan wf dispute t h <* we 11 - k now 11 fact that American wom«-n u tT* Vlillt How often do we hear thr expres- sion, " I ain so ner- vous, :l seern*asif I should fly." or. " Don't speak to tne Kiltie things annoy i u -'"id make you irritubie; you can t sleep, vou nre unable t<> quietly ami caltmy perform \'our daily t*is is or rare for your children. The relation of ti e nerve* and tren- era'.vc or/aos in woman is so clo*« that nine tenths of the nervous pros- tration, nervous debllitv. 'he blues, sleeplessness and nervous irritability arise from some derangement of the organism which makes her a -woman. I'.t, of depression or restlessness and irriIaMI-itv : spirit* easily affected, so Afrj Af / J hot wc// IF RELIEF 18 NOT OBTAINED SOON EMBARGO WILL HAVE TO BE PROCLAIMED. KATY...

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

t iimniina egfev ■" f; ■ V. f * ft:?' v \ -V Wn F'- -•^Trl 5?'"* - i --'' ^^SWWl 2^fpp W:JW itffrii W^w- :v''' l-i;. ■ ===== THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5. HAVE YOU U8ED You hear the claim made bo often that this, that or the other la the best on the market," that It aeema useless to say that SwIbh (laundry) soap la Ube 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. LOCAL | NEWS NOTES ATKINS' SILVER STEEL SAWS Are made for mechanics who want EASY RUNNING, EDGE MOLDING, FAST CUTTING SAWS. We have them. Hall=Leeper Hardware Company We are shewing a line of full dress Ladies Boots this season In vlcl kid, plain toe, turn sole, medium Cuban heels, At $3.00 and $3.50 Boldrick & Swan LA8T WEEK WAS A RECORD BREAKER AT THE Blue Front Racket Store; 220 Main St, More dishes and fancy china sold and carried out of this store than •any five stores In North Texas, to say nothing about...

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

ImFmm 1 P m 11 #. jj| I ft i U ■t 1 TO §1 m} i i r A • vl ;:i •V t « . I ' f : | i i IB w.ii JNk BBmP-'5*'1 Pirn <■ Wmm, l ffl A' * ~ f W*yt ' ■■■ -.'• ., ?;■ . * ~*w vvmoa OUR MOTTO: "PAIR PLAY." ' *'■ ' i. i I*I.. ■■ .■-"■■.■■ rf'f/i;. " ___ jm WBS- ffla Wf i ' " I „ Vj FOR WOMEN OP -5 8--I In our Ladies Ready-to-Wear Department as in our Men's Clothing, we decided to carry more ultra fash- ionable garments in a larger assortment than you usually find outside of the big city stores and after thorough investigation of the many high class lines we selected two of the most exclusively*distinctive makes in the United States. They are the . " Coats' and Suits "Printzess and we have no hesitation in • * saying that if you will com- pare the materials, trimming, make, fit and style of these garments you will readily un- derstand why we are having to put extra salesladies in this de- partment. There's nothing left out of these garments that the most exjacting critics could suggest, and...

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

BpgSfti.... (v,\yr «■■ ... mk' -r- ■™ DBN1S0N DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5. — ■ l~ ■■■ ytv :,f "Would you have potatoes grow by the pot-aide?" la it "toa much trouble" for you to read the want ads? FOR SALE. Real Estate. I MY HOI1K PI.ACE, 721 North Burnett avenue, one farm three miles southeast of town and tool#, ono MnfcU farm northwest ol town and tool*. two (tool wagons and teams, one surrey and har- M'KM, one spring wagon, hogs, aowa and pig*, cowst and calvv.*, one good Jersey bull, chickens, While Leftaornii, iilack Minorca and Barred Plymouth Uock«s. For sale cheap, tonus to attlt. Jack Blms. 10-12-lmo rOrt HALE AT A B.VHUA1N—Thirty- s«ven acri?s land, 4-n m house, large burn, close to cily limits, southeast. In- quire S17 West Munson street. 18-tf [TEN-ROOM house. 2M West Candy. Has city water, gas. nice porches, close In. Will sell for $2.7.r>0 fur quick sSl'J. Prop- erty, worth a,.r.00 and will r-ait. for t.>0 per month. Apply at place. 13-lino 1Y FA KM for sale...

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

'—■ •" '■""" THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9. -TO Telephone Telephone T elephone Your telephone U marte tu wj used and our free d«div*-ry «) .-• tern is maintained fur your <«i'- venience. It costs >on nothjn? extra to do your rtruR store shopping by telephone If trade with us. Don't forget, too, that t liver postage stamps of any (!>■* nomination and auy quant I'y when drug store K""iart) or- dered at th<* same time. Money orders and registered letters a specialty. TO OUST WATERS-PIERCE DEPOSITION WILL Be TAKEN IN ST. LOUIS. H. C!ay Pierce Will Testify Before No- tary Regarding Company's Af- fairs in Texas. E. H. HANNA, The Careful Druggist. j St Louis, Mo„ Nov. 5.—Depositions | l-i i lie suit to oust the Waters-Fierce | Oil Company from the state of Texas j as an alleged unlawful combine will i he taken by R. V. Davidson, attorney j general of the Lone Star state, before Notary Robert Funkbouser In room No, 71'">, Carleton building, Wednes- day afternoo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 November 1906

v.'yf • 7 v,'-V ; ■ r<iW «M P^Pfii P$P " - P m . - --r— .> .-— i'^.r". 2# •; ^WfraHX Sfw. ; pf® BiS&ASBiS EVE OF THE ELECTION CRAL SENTIMENT FAVORS DEMOCRATIC PARTY. >!; ;i - WHER HEWS OF TEI ;H/v ■'■•'' ■.;/■ ' /ealthy Contractor Convicted of Big- amy at Ardmore-—Aged Man Wounded by Negro Highway- I iiil nfM,n—Extra Deputy Mar- shale for Election Day. — i Shot by Whieky Peddler. Vian. I. T., Nov. S.—W. H. Denny, a white farmer, living near Webbers Falls, was shot and will probably die from the wounds Inflicted by a negro whisky peddler who tried to hold Den- ny up and make him give him two quarts of whisky which be hud. HEALDTON. PmB 5.—Oa the Muskogee, I. T„ Nov, [eve of the electioh the general senti- ment la Indian Territory is that the [Democrats will carry enough of the [delegate districts in the new state to | organize the constitutional conven j tlon. The campaign managers of | both parties are claiming victory by j majorities that will not materialise. Those wh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 November 1906

if il '■■M i iJ ; f ■| 11 !J i\ u f II 11 M ' 3 t 10 THE DENISON DAILT HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 6-5-4WILL NOT- WASH OFF LIKE - pst =S=ij| I 0" fARMERS CONQUER A RIVER iCOUNTRY STOREKEEPER DIRECT ED THE BIG JOB. . Millions of Dollarg' Worth of Califor nla Land Reclaimed by an Ama- teur Engineer. Dries in 10 mi/Kit,-s Nowork.Sliincs itself For sale by Hall Lctper Hardware Co, and Doilarhiflc ii Harri*. D> U I O SC Delivered at r vJKt yoar doors. iCE A rfba!e ... given w^en liciiels are bought. Denison 1 Crystal Ice Company Buck's Not Blast Heaters are the most wonderful soft coal heaters made. Save half your fuel bill and hav' a stove tt\r<t will k>'cp firo hours by us- a Buck's Hot Riant. Three $13 and $20. Jnift a Bucl sixes, $16, Cole's Hot Blast We have the exclusive agf?rscy for Colo's Hot Blast Healers. Sit styles, $11 to $>18. Complete stock of pipes, elbows, collars, dampers, etc. ♦ M. M. PIERCE C. W. SMITH ♦ ! Don't Forget !t : liars of Swiss soap for a ♦ quart...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 November 1906

" ^ 11 t V\ — :;$?4 '5^ THE DBMBOH DAILY HERALD, MDR1OTTOVEMBBR45. ^ 11 if fr. :W1 STRAIGHT jft ' ;:>i and Oil" PAINT /The old timer is always of the "old days when paint was good." £ Those were the days of straight White Lead and Linseed Oil, before new- fangled mixtures were thought of. oYou can have just as good paint to-day if you want it. i Simply see that you get m " ; "f— * 1 - •Collier Pure White Lead out* bjr U 014 Dutch Proowrt and [Pure Linseed Oil. Our booklet tells considerable about paint and paintiuf which the boute* owner abould know. Free. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Ave. and 10th St.. St. Lonlj, He. For tale by firtt class dealer*. I BOYS CLEAN STREETS ii COMPETENT JUDGES. Bea«tT Doctor* Endorse Herplclde. Women who make a business of beai « tlfylng other women come pretty near knowing what will bring about the beat revolts. Here are letters from two, con- cerning Herplclde: "I can recommend Ncwbro'n "Herpl- clde," as It stopped my hair from falling out; and. as...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 5 November 1906

-:vv;7 ™~ s' -7 1 ■ . ■H *}'5; WBk " ■ •• THE DENI80N DAILY HERALD. L M IJV THE CT=== VEI/f 1 J FULL LINES. m /s Oust/: "Yer had a nerve in tellin' that woman you wn a drummer. What line do you carry?" Barns: "Why, pard, every clothesline I can get me hands on." SfWtM A SEA SERPENT SCARE. ■VK^vaj; - *L5dr*a' FORCE OF HABIT. 1 Lady (wishing to ask her way): "Hi, there, young man!" Miggs (the draper's assistant on his holiday): "What can I do for you, miss?" ■J "Kt, /N m Y h ■ /|i iv • | ft 0-"" >g Dd Wealth means when ho apeuks of hi| | ancoBtrai kails? • Ho—He probably means ancestral hauls. His father used to bo a trucK driver. ' ' % DOESN'T HAVE TO. "Is he given to blowing his owi horn?" "Oh, no. He has a chauffeur." DELICATE JOLT. Reggy—Weally, 1—aw—nevah imok* a cigawette without thinking what a beastly fool I am, donchcr know.? Peggy—And yet some people claim there Isn't any virtue In cigarette*. NORMAL. A HARD KNOCK. 9H ; | ' l il wL f m h. Y % M ' ■ ; a A REMEDY FOR WRINKL...

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

Stat* National Bank, * DENISON. TKXA8. BtpP, '-mpHPf"/ * ' ' MlSl " vol. xvm. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1906 NO. 98 «f? rJBWMs , ■ ■■"•r;'' ''' .' ; ;:-;3WW ■hi F vToe-Pres. T. O. lCwinni*. Cashier. Silent C^hLZ01-*' AMll'IRt ClWwW. J flM.Mt and PKOFIT8.. 100,00# Directors: Elthu B. Hlnshaw, /*• f. Elliott, lx N. p.obb, J. Madden, U. V. Blues ford, I Umo, V. H. Tobln. ■A ....Furs.... iuy now—Opening of the Fur Season Tlio l.lbtuo In a few weeks you will feel th Uui?r^ sity for furs. If you contemplate purchasing new fur we advise you to make your pur- :hase now. Nothing more suitable for Christ- las than a nice fur. Come in and make your mrchases now. We will hold same for you till you get raady for them. The largest stock In North Texas. MADDEN'C one price-cash the place to buy shoes GREETED BY A PACKED HOUSE SENATOR BAILEY'S RECEPTION IN DENISON MARKED BY GREAT ENTHUSIAM. till! Tex ———. LAMBASTED HIS ENEMIES Speaker Referred to Certain Charges as Having Been Instigated ...

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

:-V" - m i THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. Iff* I >1 m mm f ? i v; THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THE HERA I.D Pl'BMHIIINO CO. FL'BI.ISHEKH. Office of publication No 30"> W"l Wood* ard tillr«et, Deniiori, Ent«re4 at the ruatofif* rua Ocnlnon as f that It Is equal to an Insult to warnftral (iovernment, to build one lock I and dam. They are the flint people in the United States to take from their own pockets for an Improvement which should have been done by the Federal Government. But Denison went down in her pockets and subscribed money to build a road, which should .have bt'ii built by the county of Grayson, which In very wealthy. Dallas and I ten l on are equally entitled to credit for high patriotic spirit,—Dallas News. them out. Still another, however, ttales that In his neighborhood the people are progressive In such nut- ters; that every hand on hlx Beet ion of road has put in full time and that his road Is in very good shape All i this served to show the necessi...

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

I? on i foK Ills to I Ku I Iml 1 Im |I- ■hik lie ■' « ' ispy ■•,'.* y. :' -l• wkt* 'M '■ ■# THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. SHERMAN 'W*FWfWf!W? IIDS WERE RECEIVED FOR WORTH OF WATERWORKS jUw- REFUNDING BONDS. - IFE SENTENCE FOR BUSTER V . ;V > y|l; jund Guilty of Criminal Assault on His Own Daughter—W. P. Man- gum Victim of Accident That I .. Fractured Hi* Lea—Re- ception for Teachers. ■ ,i in office of Herald, east side [square. Items of Sherman news re [ celved for publication. Matters per Jtalnlnv to Sliermvn circulation gben (careful attention. New 'phone. No. 77 old 'phone No. 76. str sever of Mr. and Mra. Da- ^ last night at 9 er home. No, 626 South of diphtheria. Tho had been nick wcarcely more ty-four hours. She had been K of not feeling well for days but hud been up and about the home. Sunday the realiza- tion of her serious condition was reached and every effort was made by the family, friends and physicians Jo save the child's life. But all avail- ed not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 6 November 1906

I i W J 'I ■;! f$ ■ Jg tf If r J 'f-1 i J : I i •t# M ' •< fi' mrm *T:' ■ THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. r .jo MEET IN KANSAS CITY ♦ / Want to ♦ ♦ T ♦ t Advise You ♦ ♦ f ♦ That you have a f«-w mor" <ia>* * in which to taK> a'lvan'au" of 4 % my liberal offer Rfrn^tntx-r, 4 ♦ ♦ 2* there ia a big illftoun' on -vrr> ▼ Z * + thing you want f>: o iti' Is ^ marked on sh'>n < n.v■■ ..i.-i "■ ^ 2 can figure for jours"!/ Ar« f 4 you poln« to In- o.i" *ji iriot>< J J 'hat intend 10 save monev on T Xmati kohJi.? if no. colli" ludaj. 4 I I ; L. B. Moore,1 % ♦ JEWELER. 216 W. Main 8t. I 4 ♦ ♦ 5>:♦. ♦ • ♦ -s+i+i DEMANDS OF MEN ON WE8TERN ROADS TO BE DISCUSSED. Switchmen'* Union Threaten* to Call a General Strike Tomorrow. Other Railroad News. I BUY THE BEST Hrown shoe* ar.' !>«Mt wear ens for the price 'ha' can )><■ had in any shot- market. I>xik for the trade mail; S'ar •"« S'.ir, All leather niioes f<>r women and men at, per pair...

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