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

Pw cMI gjjgj National Bank, DENISON. TEXAS. A. W. ; ^ w .•'• ':.W i vol, xvra. DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1906 NO. 101 *i d >KOWTB. WtSSU Elliott. D. N. Robb iadden, O. I. Blacsford. .. V If- Tobin. -*Xu«.U, A W. Achwtan. A. r. Flatter. L ' ' - n" 1: a The Library i.f u.« university of lex fT- ■ mt t . .(Ui' The new styles in dress goods are finding ieir way to our counters every day and our ;k presents a very broad assortment of all | le fabrics. Our present display is the largest ♦ re have ever shown. I You will need a new gown for Thanks- ♦ iving or Christmas. Come in and buy now, | lace your order so you can have it in time. >ur large buying has enabled us to get con- jssions in this line so that we are able to lake you prices for good materials less than >thers. Our new shipment includes Poplins, 'anamas, Chiffon, Broadcloth and fancy suit- igs in grays, browns, reds, navy blues and >lacks at prices which will certainly please rou. M.ADDEN'O ONE PRICE-CASH ...

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

Jot ■A a f I IS J-H hi ".'f " r s i i II r If 11 1 -'ft lip .w ill 1 I * THE DENISON DAILY HEBALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER t. THE OENISON DAILY HERALD THH 1IEKAU> PI H!.lSJflN<J CO.. I*ritr.l.ullKKS. (>fftee of publication No nrd Hire*I, l^nls 305 West WIKKI- i.n, Tixu*. more water. She should have a sup- ply that is ample for all present re- quirement s including the wants of the Missouri, Kansas A Texas Railway I and she should have sufficient wator j in reserve to carry her through a pro- I louged drouth if another should come. It seems to the Herald that a proi>o- | oust rat ion. one la to try It and prove the beneficial results, the other to neglect it :ind lose what has been gain- ed —Cleburne Enterprise. ALL SORTS Newspapers iu Texas that have work- ed valiantly in efforts to get their commercial organizations into activity can get a crumb of comfort from a re- cent issue of the Boston Traveler D Of Kntered hi the Postnffl< at Denison tin j matter. Term* of I Mt-y: &g...

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

•«w.wK ia WP > ^ wSfflH 7" 'v**« THE BKlflgON DAILY HEEAIjP, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 0. HE DAY AT SHERMAN iCTION OF W. !. T. U. OFHGERS ' GEORGE GOFF OF DENISON kMED AS PRE8IDENT OF >UNTY ORGANIZATION. I f.. i. STODDARD'S ADDRESS ting Program Arranged for the id Medal Contest Tonight—Im- rtant News Regarding the 8hertnan-Dallas Interur- ban Expected Soon. office of Herald, eaat rfde of Items of Shtrmen news la- ired for publication. Matters per- to Sbennsn circulation r\ien attention. New 'phone. No. 77; 'phone Ne. 78. IERMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. E.. nan' Lodge No. 667, B. P.' O lular meeting. Elks' Hall. n Sherman No. 1, I. O. O. F., jular meeting, I. O. O. P. Hall. erman, Tex., Nov. 9.—The see- day"a session of the sixth annual ntlon of tho Grayson County W. U. met this morning at 9:30 k and will close tonight with a medal contest. The session this ing was opened by devotional ex- s conducted by Mrs. Bray of son. After the reading of , the teg the reports of the presidents « Deuison and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 November 1906

•A I PI it i %x i it m H |wi if I I I M - ffi j 3 1 -'ill k V t -Mir' Y | imf : $;Sf '5 I 'IP I w ,M .' i; i s iM t I IV ; IS 11 1 f15, ' II I. ... ' .S"(iZ 'WU )4i*M THE DENISON DAILY HSRALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. , I > Have been taking advantage ot f J my liberal offer within the last J ! few days. Arc you k«Iiik to be * one of those who will Kit hack £ until it In Loo late nr>d then J want nonie one to bump you J because you did no' prafp the ^ opportunty when presented to $ your J; RAILROADS FACE GOAL SHORTAGE Mr. Yoakum succeeds Duniel 0. ! Iteid ari chairman of thd board. The following were elected mem- bers of the finance committee: W. H. Moore, chairman: Robert Mather, D. O. Reld, J. B. Moore and B. fr. Yoa- kum. HEAVY BUSINESS AND INEFFI- CIENT EQUIPMENT BRING A TRAIN OF TROUBLES. Gratify | RESORT TO CONFISCATION Is what, they nil say Mun arti- cles art' priced. Rem* rn i/>T you wont' Kt't the r>j<i ortur; '>' for a long time again Hu> r.<>* for X m...

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

f —— .... ERE PS? w* ■Sppff ■:!rt \ ■ww®; - -iw — THI DENI80W DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. ' ' i i i you attend the Flower Show; not only ill the beautiful fflowera pleaae the eye, the rilclous rill delight the taete of thoee who enjoy a ! properly made oup of ooffee. niiiiniKiMiiiiimiiiiiiniiummiinmn1 nilMIMMIMMMMMMM v LOCAL NEWS NOTES T0NI0HT'8 EVENTS. Flower Show, Wast Main. George Ade'a "Sultan of Sulu,'" Opera House. Company No. 20, Uniform Rank. K. of P., called meeting, K. of P. Hall. Denlaon Lodge No. 161, I. O. O. F., regular meeting, I. O. O. F. Hall. Woman's Union Label League, regular meeting, Labor Hall. Denlaon Local No. ,407, t. I. B. of A., regular meeting, Stanford's office, j Denlaon Local No. 63(5, P. D. & P. H., j regular meeting. Labor Hall. Wllvelma Lodge No. 80, Royal Arch- ate*, regular meeting, B. of L. F. Hall. .ATKINS' SILVER STEEL SAWS ; J; - « ■. ■%- ' V Are made for mechanics who want kSY RUNNING, EDGE HOLDING, FAST CUTTING SAWS. We have them. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 November 1906

-~4 Tmkt. 1 BR 8 xf, 2 wfjft fcir I: 1 Is RU 1 '1 I ■ ir' • iv'tf f ■I fc* ', 1 ft THE DUNISON DAILY HEKALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. i A RECORD Of Sales that Indicates the Saccess of ' Robert's Tasteless! Chill Tonic 48 battles lirst year, i 363 bottles second year, 569 bottles third year, 1078 bottles fourth year. o Aug. 1st to Nov. 5th II * 012 * Bottles Sold NO CIJItE PAY POISONS j; BUY THE BEST Brown shoes are the best wear- ers for the prl'-e that can Ik> had In any shoe market. lx>ok for the trade mark, Star 5 Star. All leather sho^s for woni«n and men at, per pair 82 00 The White House shoo fo- men that outwears any shoo made, In all leather#, §4 00 White House shoes far ladies $3 00 A line of cheap shoes for men $1 25 Boots and bootee# any price from |3.50 to $0 50 I L. B. EASTHAM CASH SHOE STORE. 307 Main St. SOME ODD RAILROAD LAWS QUEER REQUIREMENTS PECU- LIAR TO CERTAIN 8TATE8. Thirty States Have Railroad Commie- •ions, 20 of Whioh Have Power to Fix Rates. Montana requi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 November 1906

KJsRfi fo| IPPi HH|||yHjM^PP •; yW ■ " ■ ■ ,--,««, ••'P' W>#;W®SL§ ^ • ■■" v, ■ * "'' ': I* {ft® '•^01^jj( iSSf^TOpj p^fjj^ss-®jrsp -♦■ •... , . - ""™y ..vmi m ■■ '■■ ■■■' «•••. ♦.- ' -if ' * * 9 the denisow daily herald, friday, november 9. 1 • c -" b \/tn. ,,r. — '/.--, „ V' :■ '•*' "Would you havo potatoes grow by the pot-oido7" Is It "too muoh troublo" for you to road the wont adsT for sale. Real Estate. lOME PI.ACE, mNorth Burnett tue, one farm three tulle* southeast own ana tools, one small farm hweat of town ana tool*, two eooU >ns and teams, one surrey and nar- one upline wagon, hogs, sows and cows and calvtia, one good Jersey chickens. White leghorns, Black Brca and Barred Plymouth Rocks, sale cheap, terms to suit. Jack 10-11-lmo AT A BARGAIN—Thirty acres land, 4-room bouse, large close to city limits, southeast. In 3X7 West Munson street. ll-tf For Sale or Rent (•room house. No. 614 Hull street, ply to H. 0. Kennedy, 122 Main at. 31-tf For Sale or Trado STOCK general...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 November 1906

Himw ilPBF ■' mi. 5$ Js i ,wff i ■P-jcti ■ km i i I f la- jifefff ;®||, , |~ i'^IS '•I I J' 1 t«R S iff. li • ■■• i m i ■ s 1 „ . ' £ '■ It Ji . M? a < li.. - THE DENISON DAILY HXEALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1""rr* There Is a Way by which you can afford to use stationery without finding it too expensive ,and that war Is by making your purchase* at HANNA'S We save you money on every hot of stationery we nell you. Onr customers are realizing this and that 1* why we ran buy thr<-o-lourth of a ton of stationery at one time. Always come here tor Btanipn, money orders or to register letters or packages. Prompt service—open fifteen hoars every day. E. H. HANNA, The Careful Druggitt. , Pattl Perennially Young. Mme. Pattl has astonished the world almost as much by her wonderful \i tallty us by her vocal jiowerH. *'I w ill be yoeng as long as I live," she in said to have declared as a child, and sho lias fulfilled her promise Perhaps It is because of her unconquerable op- timism. "If there...

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

I ST = m If > ■:,:".-;'.i'"'■ ir>-'•■'•■ ' •' ■ ■ •'■■■.' , "• ■ '.*A; •'•.- - DA1EY HEEJtLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. IIDATES FOR CHAIRMANSHIP IEN ARE MENTIONED FOJl i^abotler mor«, and * mighty brilliant man. one who has many warm friends la both territories, and many bitter enemies. " 4t were not lor BUI Murray, Ledbet- could go to the convention with the Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations solidly back of him. To these he would add Oklahoma friendo. But the Prohibition element would not back OF\THE CON8TITU- IONAL CONVENTION. NEWS OF TERRITORY Assemblies of Baptist Church Oklahoma and Indian Territory | Session at Shawnee—Plans r Law School at Univer- sity of Oklahoma. . i .I - kogee, I. T., Nov. 9.—Already the has begun for place In the tlonal convention. There are Den who will be prominent flg- the convention from the be- to the end. Others may ap- shortly. These five are Henry Gtathrle, W. H. Murray of Tlsh* Johnson of Perry, Ledbetter Jmore and Haskell of -Muskogee, the newspaper...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 November 1906

. ;*<• « 1 • # f •• H p;|v ri I ill "I J. 1 J M •i '11^ I (1 -T 'I ®' 1 I Jsr Ms 3 '£(• I i S. I' t k , I J I V: , ' ' 1 hikMSMto- THE DENI60N HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. L0SIN6 YEAR FOR PLUNGERS EVEN "INSIDE" PLAYERS HAVE BAD SEASON IN EAST. ety-cHck of typewriters. The second ' apologizes as handsomely girl, her eyes open to all that went on have all he wants." around her, despite the heat, spied the the heaving shoulders, unlocked th< hard-set lips and unearthed a story which led to the expose of a great wrong, and placed the girl on the staff may It doesn't pay to be discourteous, even In the woods. The man's cranki- ness reminds me of old Ira B~—, jrho i arrled the United States mall on his bnekboard about a dozen miles John A. Drake and Hn Friends Won|„f a bis paper, and lifted her protege through the woods twice a week. He $250,000 On Ore Race, but Qu,« . . v ! Which one of those two girls bur- to the Bad In the End. j tying back to the same office was the j born writer...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 November 1906

•i: <*l''$/ '■ t i.i V PR^P ' wWBiKi /' V'^'*r y*"' A,s'.'' ®i ;w/ ,„; • ,. ,.. : v, j • ■#■ ■■„.■• '.v,-, •■-, -1 -...■ ^.> ,,,'\ '/v.Vv- if;;*"' r • (.' ■...■JSwT^1' ™ .'«■■ T"' fKp.'' T^W Pff , r-'v ■>Wy-y?\$<r:Tr ■•;■■' 'v.- ■''|j^uSSB||| ;v* vf?:' • : 5WTOw5 \W — iL THK DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 11 MTOD CASE OF ECZEMA t iled Badly for Several Years With Eczema on Limbs and Wrists — Physicians Prescribe Without Any Benefit—Blotches Now All Gone. I0THER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA "For several years I waa troubled ' with an eczema on my limbs and I. Physicians in several towns prescribed for me without giving any results. I had often used ticura Ointment and received relief temporarily. In the spring of 19041 took s Cuticura Resolvent Pills and used tho a ticura Ointment for about five weeks, ad at the end of that time there was not [a blotch on me anywhere. This spring I I took a few vials of t ho Cuticura Resolvent (Pills as m precautionary measure, a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 9 November 1906

— THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 « ■ <1 ■j # : V ' jf f 4 1 •* 9 V ! ■.mm . II,. mm a&m THREEFACTS For Sick Women To Consider Fisirr.—That almost every operation in our hoapiUuH performed upon w ouicn becomes neces«&ry through neglect of such symptoms an backache, irregular and painful porlods. displacement* of the female organs, pain in the side, burning aensatioa in the stomach, bearing-down pains, nervousness, diz- ziness and sleeplessness. SscoMD.—The medicine that holds the record for the largest number of absolute cures of female ills is Lydia K. Pink ham'a Vegetable Compound. It regulates, strengthens and cures diseases of the female organism as nothing else can. For thirty years it has been helping women to b« strong, curing backache, nervousness, kidney troubles, Inflam- mation of the female organs, weak- ness and displacements, regulating the periods perfectly and overcoming their pains. It has also proved itself invaluable in preparing women for c...

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

J i>Pj8|'--" . -••'- ... ■ . agm — ... -■ ^■■♦..•■. yv-T,.>,j /•'.1W,, 4 ''^tiDKiwXxSm w^Mapnpqm >/F: rafff wffl&iltiXm W&Wmv¥i A-i«g.a#p> •-. ;,■■; ■ W7- Mr • " ;*;#i'#|. -vM/vWJv:fc {rv -^v; ■ tUmrA ••••♦• • •• « V• «nd PHOFIT8-. DlrMan: _ in B. Hlnahaw. Bltott. V. K. Rokb. . «M«n. U. I*. Blackford. ~ ?• S- 7p..bln* ATrrAt2ivAc,l~ vol. xvm DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1906. NO. 102. TWELVE PAGES C. 8. COBB, J. J. MA.LESTKR, President. Vlc«-President, K. 8. LEGATE. Cashier. P. J. BRKNNAN, Ass t Castile* National Bank ot Denison, DENISON. TEXAS. capital $100,009 SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100.#0* Directors: J. J. MeAloater, 11. RegetinburgWk \V. B. M tin Hon. C. H. Cobb. A. 8. Bjirrows. 1>. J. Brennim J. H. McDougull, R. S. LefUe C.JC. Jinks. W. 8 Hlbbardi ! NO INTEREST PAID ON GENKUAI. DEPOSTTH. ^mm$rn ►•♦• ••♦> « •••§•• ♦ ♦♦« ..Hen's Suits... $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00, $16.50, $1 VziX":,'' ,'irt* Je challenge the wouu to ueat inem;...

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

t V THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10. M' if \ i T— THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THK 11I&RA I.I' I'l ! • Hi"U r. i1 i north fully, if not mori than the Missouri, Kansas the Frisco. The Houston & Texas (wl s" Important.! the 14th Inst After all good road" are Texas or 1 ot raore Importance to Grayaon County | than all of the political parties on ' ISHIN' a'..". ,f"A' '■ Office of public, aril 8tr<-< earth.—Sherman Register. 1 1 Central is already a strong road but) with such an outlet as this it will be- Build good couaty roads and plenty come an Important faetor in the state. | °r ,h'm Tb*y are Wet W' : Tribune. Kntered at th* 1' Ot <i- Term* of Out W •f k r T h The Bonham News In commenting Ti(rrant Cou|Uy bM a conun,„,oner on u paragraph from this paper nay* j whu Klves out sound advice on the that Texas does not need revenues but question of «ood roads. It th4m were more economy. The Herald Is not of more like him It would be better for th# opinion that...

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

H5 m Dc' sot ed women control of property, Inherited or '"v rON THE MEDAL COOK CARRIED OFF GOLD )PHY IN COUNTY W. C. T. U. CONTEST. RESULTED IN DEATH ' Alexander, Central Car Inapec- Vlctlrn of Fatal Accident at ipany Oil Tank—Work on Elks' Home Tied Up by Labor Troubles. office of Herald, east side of |re. Items of Sherman news re- for publication. Matters per- ln*.. to Shermtu circulation en tful attention New 'phone, No. 77; ['phono No. 74. iRMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. Ban Lodge No. 45, I. O. O. F. lar meeting, 1. O. O. F. Hall, an Local No. 492, P. D. & P. H., lar meeting. Labor Hall. rOMORROW AFTERNOON. Herman, regular meeting. Her- Hall. lie Knights of America, {meeting, St. Mary's Hall. regu- rman, Tex., Nov. 10.—The sixth county convention of the W. [U. came to a close last night at Irst Baptist Church with a gold contest, which was won by Ma- >k of Denison. The subject of pclamatlon was "Nan." There |four other contestants, all from [>n, who acquitted themselves in Bt cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 10 November 1906

■m / .v'v; 'Jsfr '#• « i J, "Av- 11". « Smsis I iv 1.1' i Ip if I i il! " Bp 1 £fe u L V > U' if II m m •% '?|jw 'itf*. I H i i jppp&te ■' ^ THE DEWISON DAILY THOSE WHO ARE | WISE | ♦ ♦ <0 ♦ are purchasing ho now while tb«-> uii tago of our i vi ; ' prlecs during our - ♦ | ♦ ♦ | ♦ ♦ • ♦ | ♦ i ♦ | ♦ ♦ A i ♦ t JEWELER. ♦ «ifts a 1 \ an- luW I FOR MISSOURI RIVER & GULF ENGINEER SAYS NEW LINE BE ING SURVEYED IS A HARRI- MAN PROJECT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10. r ".Miui inJ rf gi, ... Special DISCOUNT Sale ThN sal* < •■> and It mean- lOSS III }<>') i your Christ it. Wo have un i for vou to *<■ ♦; e ♦ ♦ ♦ I ♦ ♦ ♦ | ' ?■ L. B. Moore, I 216 W. Main St. t I ♦ ?;<♦ J ♦* ♦ -♦ j-O-e m. m. pierce C. w. smith ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * * ♦ I 44 Where a Dollar Does Its Duty" THE CASH HOUSE If it's good to t-at ask us about It 202 Main St. Both Phonea 398. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ A RECORD i: 01 Sales that Indicates the Success of vision of the Katy and will leave to- morrow for Sa...

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

HMB - ' THE DEW1B0N DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 10. "T PERSONAL MENTION Call 111 phfn you attend the Flower Show; not only f MM tho beautiful I lower i pleaae the eye. the I lelloloua : _ Waples-Platter Coffee j ill delight the taste of those who enjoy a j iroperly made oup of ooffee. LOCAL NEWS NOTES TONIGHT# BVBNT . Flower Show, No. 412 Weat Maiu street. "The Clansman," Opera House SUNDAY MORNING. Master Painters, regular meeting. No. 501 West Main street. itkins' silver steel SAWS % * 1 Are made for mechanics who want *8+ RUNNING, EDGE HOLDING, FAST CUTTING SAWS. We have them. all=Leeper Hardware Company SUNDAY AFTERNOON. Vorwaerts Verelu, regular meeting, Vorwaerts Hall. Catholic Sodality, regular meeting, St. Patrick's Hall. Lone Star Division No. 53, O. R. C., regular meeting. O. K. C. Hall. Wartburg Lodge No. 62, S. of H., reg- ular meeting, B. of J... F. Hall. MONDAY MORNING. City Pastors' Association, meeting. Y. M. C. A. Special.... |i See what we are showing in men's...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 10 November 1906

%t< >'• * Mi, U&V, :• 4 m 19 14- ftp life * i- t :■ 1 ..it "Wi ;| I ;'s i * § ■ $i" m if:.. - • wl {fp ISI:t a ■ 'Si I.' H is . ' SI S: m JUI k ■Mm OF« HPi A Positive Guarantee RAILS ABOVE THE CLOUDS SIGNED BY c. o. kingston, Who Agree* to Return Your Money if Dr. Carlstcdt's German Liver Powder Fails to Cure You. GUARANTEE I hereby agree to refund the money paid for Df. Carlstcdt's German Liver Powder on the return of the empty bottles, the purchaser stating it has failed to relieve and cure him of any of the disease* for which it is recom- mended. This guarantee rovers the use of a $1 bottle or four 23c bottles or two months' treatment. Signed Dr. Carlstcdt's German Liver Powder is a wonderful remedy, a prescription used for over fifty jears by an eminent German physician in his practice both in Europe and this country and sold by thousands of druggists all over the world. So mildly natural the effet# of this remedy that all Kidney and Liver troubles give way to perfect ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 10 November 1906

" :,y V ' "' t: ' It;.'.' '■■:<•' i :■*;'''jfe'1, ;'":**^. ■''. " " ;' "• 1 1 . .". ' THE DBKlgON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10. - - _ M Don't allow your dollars to J "loaf," if you would have them grow and incrtaao. | | Find tatka for them—Invost. J J mente for them—through the \ [ want ads. ♦•■; ■: Z — Real Katato. iOMK PLACET «nMorth BurneU one farm three mllea southeast and toola, one amall (arm Jmeut of town and toola, two food una and tftataa, one aurrey and nar- one spring wagon, hug*, lows and oowa and caJvua, one good Jeraey chickens. While leghorns. Black orca and Barred Plymouth Rocka. tie cheap, terms to aulL Jack 10-12-lino SAI.fcl AT A BARGAIN—Thirty- in acres land, 4-room house, large d, clooe to city llmlta. southeast, In- £17 West Munaon street. 18-tf houses, three and four rooms, rent ' 17 and $9; a bargain at (1,100. l-room house, pantry, city water, barn, fruit trees; at 11,500.■ (•room house and six lots on Wain eet at a bargain. -room house on Murray s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 10 November 1906

T«F . m m ■w Hr. 8 THE DEKMOW DAILY HE&ALP, SATURDAY, NOVEMBEE 10. I K :2li -lUi'ri &m-3| wt mm idill- C' ■ v v,-:; $ §p4 lr: ';*■ , 1 ml Ipt \mi plj ill .. ., !pl ■ ilfm L mm- I of W' lift Wife' f ' tt :ls H is® p I I a: I I j| -II' :## .. ■ y qgr • ; 'I , i f .1 & - if !fe m There Is a Way by which you can afford to «kc stationery without finding it too expensive ,and that way Is by making your purchases at HAINIVA'S <We Have you money on every be* of stationery we sHI you. Our customers are realizing this and that Is why w>- can buy three-fourths of ton of stationery At one time. Always come bore fur stamps, money order* or to register letters or package^. Prompt service—open fiftoea hours every day. E. H. HANNA, The Careful Druggist. THE CHURCHES SUNDAY i; J Jvist Think t ^ of the worried and striuKline % condition of the widows of ♦ % (tome of your deceased friends* 2 + who neglected Insurance and £ ask yourself if you want your T family to go through the same...

Publication Title: Denison Daily Herald
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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