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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 14 November 1906

^ Pi#. v 'C: ■Rk': MBfe'vfo yil i tflllp:! ^SPR^W;! &W3g31RW fliSfiiffigfTr3 : r ms * , • ■: . •■'•:■: :i National Bank, ■M 'h/rim ■ . ;■ t ..mm* uy^v.'Tf ►"? • liSsSfclRfc': |RH' voL.xvm. DENISON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1906. NO. 105. r—A, H ■■— — FLOOD8 IN WASHINGTON. -i.V '•■.■ ■Ar.v fe-'te; — * \ • 1 v ' ^ \ E * \ I \ ■••FOR THFtb« utr!^ ... \ Unl*«r "-> A new lot of\beauuaui uqck combs ranging in price from 25c up to $2.50. "Stray lock" pins at 35c and 50c. All kinds of pretty beads, all colors and all prices. ~ New brooches of all kinds, new collar supporters, new belt buck- les, new shirt waist sets and new baby sets v v v #v. D D E N ' ONE PRICE-CASH THE PEACE TO BUY SHOES S JOER FREEBOOTERS. ew Parties Are Reported to Be Doing Mischief. Colony, Nov. 14.i—According to Bt information here the colony invaded by two new parties freebooters in addition to the gating under Ferria. The po- 1 an ineffectual brush with the ■ party near upington. T ■MM1 " ►th Wash Ar-B...

Publication Title: Denison Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 14 November 1906

THE DENISON DAILY HERALD || If . fig i0? X'aB-s,1 '■■t' § .«Ji $• MHSzfN I |f?,f W';:t I gn: j ) ■ 0 sfet i life' ■ ■> • tMC.1 t! ( 1®/.I ■ |i": i. A;; •tv • < I m , ■■■ Sfel • « *?. THE HKRA<T.r> fJTHI 1SHING CO., PUKLIBHKIUJ. OCflce of publication No '03 JV"«t ^ ood urd Street, l.xfnl.-)on, Texas. Entered at the Poalofflce «< Denlson as eeCoiid-<ila*3 «n^i r l#>r. Terms of HUb«crlptl'>ri-- I>uJly: knerlt they were entitled, bat continual [ all the people. It is a business propo- [ ••••#••*••••••• •••••••••• hammering away, coupled with food | f'^n__ *Uftffl JJ&J? .*! f ATT. gORTS work on the nuet «r I businesslike manner. Any effort to work on t part of our represents-■ make |)om,cal capiUli out pf gjtua. ,n boU> the House and the 8en I Uon w,|j not tend to advance the Inter- ate, finally brought result* and their I est# of the state.—Denlsan Herald. Yes. Texas wants a fair scheme of taxation but she will never get it from a bunch of tax artists s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 14 November 1906

pf® si THE DEWiapy DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 AT SHERMAN /. irp:-. MISSION GOVERNMENT V -1— IAN BU8INE83 MEN ARE IVING MATTER SERIOUS CONSIDERATION. GAFFORD INVESTIGATES Houston and Finds That Unl- f>ly People There Think Well It—Strong Y. M. C. A. [Movement to Be Launch- ed—Other News. ■■*■■■ V-V- bk:' : -■ * *v. office of Herald, east side of re. Items of Bhermsn news re* for Publication. Matters per- to Bhermtn circulation s'i an attention. New 'phone. No. 77; phono No. 76. ERMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. h Tribe No. 2-i, I. O. R. M , jllar meeting, Red Men Hall. Trades Council, regular meet- Labor Hall. Grove No. 77, W. C., regular ting, Woodmen Hall. )MORROW AFTERNOON. Lodge No. 826, L. A. to B. ot t., regular meeting, Bailoy Hall rman, Texas, Nov, 14.—Repre jive B. F. Gafford returned yes- afternoon from Houston where Bent by the Sherman Business | Club to gather statistics cou- the commission form of mu- government, which the club is itlng with a view to having l>le of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 14 November 1906

1 t xvt* Ji i fir' % -W < I fill? II® tgjk Mi i R mtl ■1 * if -•CI. ill51- 11$ II iO fiv'O II \JJTV ft' fft'*' h K& «'> . r EM® UjE? r ?5'-' " m.S II vl IK: THE DEMBOI* DAILY i ?5c i is cheap ► , J for a solid "gold baby rlnt;. Our > cash discount salo brings this > same ring down t'> 53 cents. > a few more days of this MR. KENEFIGK IS IN MUSKOGEE £ REFUSE8 TO TALK TO REPORT ER8 REGARDING HI8 ROAD BUILDING SOUTH. % - wrait.fl — 1 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEE 14 Ix>n't fail to take Only great sale. advantage of it to buy Christmas presents cheap. KATY TRAINS VERY LATE L. B. Moore, JEWELER. 216 W. Main St. Condition* Under the New Time Card Show No Improvement—Scarcity of Labor Is Being Felt—Some Relief at Galveston—Oth- er Railroad News. Good Things to Eat Fresh cranberries, California apples, grape*, turkeys, chick- ens, fresh country eggs and everything elso to be found In a first class grocery store. W. L. HOBBS, THE GROCER. 723 South Armstrong Avenue. New Phone 69...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 14 November 1906

HWIE - III Ml ■ If « „ /* Si™ V > .lMi>yWKSffRR. W'^bwVF .;' _:, ..1 —— . - ■* "i i -, ■ nl "'•' c-. - • *' t&m ; ($B0l THE D1WIS0N DAILY HERALD, WE DNE8DAY, NOVEMBER 1* mi IF YOU TRIED fc 9 •••—- Igjpw- ■ - ' the Flower Show, you'll be glad to know it it is sold by all first class grocers. This is the 25c coffee with the 35c flavor. iTKINS' SILVER STEEL SAWS Are made for mechanics who want |Y RUNNING. edge holding, FAST CUTTING 8AW8. We have them. all=Leeper Hardware Company LOCAL NEWS NOTES TONIGHT'S EVENTS. Morgan-People Company, Denison Op- era House. St Patrick's Branch No. 269, C. K. of A., regular meeting. St. Patrick's Ilall. Oate City Lodge No. 15, B.. of R. T., regular meeting, O. R. C. Hall. Denison Lodge No. 16, O. R. C. of A., regular meeting, B. of L. F. Hall. Local No. 202. M C. ft B. W., regu- lar meeting. Labor Hall. TOMORROW AFTERNOON. W. C. T. U., regular meeting, Y. M. C. A. Tea by Nathaniel Lyon Corps No. 2, W. R.*C., home of Mrs. C. Waltz, No. 830 Wes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 14 November 1906

m. ■■ THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 k IP r w M m f 1 1 ilifi h,. ,181 Jlfe iWKmm.,? ':Bp" ife lite 1® *?: 1 | ' iw K $#' • V j I |f . mm* Buck's Stoves Cook Quick Here's a real stove advantage that every goo<l housewife will ap- preciate. A thin stove top means quick heat. Buck's cook stove j tops are thin, light and f-tronR. i They are made of Scott & South- | em gray Iron and are extra heavy j ribbed, which prevents breaking and warping and Insures lightness, strength and rapid heat conduc- j tlon. A parlor match will heat a Buck's stove lid hot. This Is one , of several reasons why you should | own one. Cure ForJTba Blues ME MEMCIIE THAT MAS NEVER FAILED Hsaltb Filly Rasters* aad the Jsy of Ufii Refaissd. When a cheerful, brave, light-hearted woman la suddenly plunged into that perfection of misery, the BLUES, it la a sad picture. It is usually this way; the hu ham feeling " oat of aoru ' ♦♦♦aaaoooaoooooaoooooaooj This Is the Place To come to for Bargain...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 14 November 1906

A SVw ■ ■ sMn,7* israraa DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 —SEE ZJ •Vftfv THE MARKETS TODAY "Would you nay* potatoes grow by th« pot-aldaT" Is It "too much trouble" for you to road the want ad ? O. ANDERSON 404 Main St prompt, free Uellvi rj K«)r first pllOIll>K rm.'-s i;j a! t lh ri«l>t prices LOCAL MARKET8. Denlson, Te*., Nov. 14.-Tho tollowliut Prlina w. ie [jutd for couutry protluco In l>''uson today: I'roduea—Country butter. 20®28 per lb.; ehli'kr.iitt, $3.00J 3.26; turkeys. 10 : |*r lb.; "K*". 20c jut do*. stables—Almtard K1 U«ll , . green onlona. 16®26c pei do*.; poia- | '5u per bu.; rudiolK'H. *0o par lli' ?uncbe«; b<j«t«, 4vo; tonmtoen, to per I Estate. vfc#vwsr AT A BARGAIN—Thirty- 's land. 4-room house, Uinta . < to city limits, southeast. In- J17 West Munson street. l*-tf Fuel. BILLJE'K woodyard-—Btovfwood, charcoal and feed of all kinds. New phone 411. 802 avenue. W. H. Austin. 2ft-tf IfOQD and chunks, bis load for mohey. J. H. Hlgden. 1120 Owings; new...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 14 November 1906

\ MMni iSm THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1* ?f I'i II: 1 ; ii Hp'' J • Jivi Rf |: tel k" W' % S HP ;.f tV', i ^ kik.' II: i y> rv I n i! L ii t I Not One Cent Extra does It cost you to have us send for your prescriptions and then send the medicine to you. We ke«p messenger boys just for this purpose and whenever you have a prescription to he filled just telephone us—we will do the rest. Don't hesi- tate to call upon us for this service and don't forget 'hat you pet better service and low- er prices by so doing. E. H. HANNA, The Careful Druggist UNIFORM' DIVORCE LAWS SECOND MEETING OF NATIONAL CONGRESS OPENS. Attendance Is Larger Than at Wash- ington Meeting—Outline of Proposed Law. i Pigs Feet Fresh barrel just In. Extra fine. Fresh Pressed Figs As fine as you ever saw. Apples! Apples!! Some of the best we have ever had on the market. KNAUR-BROWNi! Grocery Co. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 14.—Law- yers, clergymen and men of affairs, from many states, are assembled at |...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 15 November 1906

■ National A. T. PUttor. VIoa-PrM. Maginnla, Cashier. ^ t' Cashiers. i B. btiiiUw U v. K. Robb, O. L. BlacKl V. H. Toblf A. W, Acbeaon, O. L. Blackford. V. ft. Tobin. ■L A. V. Platter. vol. xvm. DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1906 NO. 106 At a Reasonable Price The Library of the University of Tex C ever increasing trade shows that people ♦ k to this store as the style center and au- | rity in all that pertains to footwear. All ♦ 2 le styles as well as every good style that ^ designers have created this season is here. ♦ ♦ Madden's shoes have a reputation for Z test construction and best materials, and | consider it a matter of honor to maintain J reputation.. We allow none but solid ♦ >es to come into our stock. We sell so | ly shoes we can afford to sell them at a ♦ small profit. We will always take pleas- j in showing you. J ♦ (hoes $1.25 fo $5.00 ♦ (oes 1 $1.50 to $5.00 t rs Shoes $1.25 to $3.00 t jses Shoes $1.00 to $2.50 1 lildren's Shoes 50c to $2.00 ♦ ♦ tnts Shoes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 15 November 1906

■KjP Br is £$ ■ jt V l&j If I f.fe rh v i '<■■ - ffe. I. I If! fr#; 1 II ! 3?V * W: THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IB. THE DENISON DAILY HERALD TUB IIKRAI.n prw IflllNO CO , VUULISUKK*- Office Of publication S'V 30" Writ Wuod- ar<l Ktri-et, ix-plson, T'jms- of Kovernment. The more the govern- ment of Galveston and Houston Is in- vestigated the more satisfactory tt is found to be. It seems reasonable If It tan be made a success in these places that it should also be made a success elsewhere. The fact should not be lost sight. of, however, that even with business league Is a civic pride ther- mometer that registers the tempera- ture of a town's commercial and so- cial progress. Kvery member la a de- gree, and when It begin* to register from 110 to 450 In the abade of anti- proKrr-ss it gets powerful uncomforta- ble for the knocker and the mossback who simply shuck and get tuny to head off a civic-pride sunstroke.—ben- ~ ~T ,'.",7 " .i«.n ,.h the commission form...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 15 November 1906

fmmwwm ' ■■ -f i' tfSSv) S" ' '■*% ' * ■ " • ,r • W%- 0'$m®.■ IWmimssmm Me THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. —:— AT SHERMAN , ■ fc , I ;y " :v ■<■■ ID ANNUAL SESSION OF 4TY ASSOCIATION INTER. TING AND INSTRUCTIVE. iTARY URKIN'S TALK In an Interesting Manner of of Dtniaon'a Co-operative , -i id Building — Elaborate preparations for Wood- men Unveiling. office o? Herald, east aide of Item* of Sherman news re- for publication. Matters p«r- to Shehnm circulation gS en attention. New 'phone. No. 77; btiono No. 76. ERMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. Encampment No. 21, I. O. O. fcgular meeting, I. O. O. F. Hall. Chapter No. 62, R. A. M., sir meeting. Masonic Temple. m Post No. 1, G. A. R., regu- leeting, Harmony Hall. Tent No! 56, K. O. T. M., r meeting, Woodmen Hall. lan, Tex., Nov. 13.—The second i convention of the Grayson Good Roads Association was Bterday afternoon in the county am with Judge G. P. Webb In ir. The court room was com- filled with members of the tion and a large nu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 15 November 1906

1% ■i -l I iSJtt * : V ' « ;|fp 1 :||i lit * if iii w ■4 si 'Tt ify X m v X ill Gfi- rara-'.^3 n. ' '# #' ' pf (■ * : 'at ay] r I m P| | r "if *1 a/7 Opportunity! Here's the largest stock of fine Jewelry, cut glasn and band painted china In North Texas and the prlcoa have been reduced about 25 Per Cent for this (frent discount sain. However, this Bale cloven in a few days now and you will have to act quickly if you wUh to avail yourself of thl. oppor- tunity. TRUCKS PASSED OVER HIS BODY 8. R. GWIN WAS THE VICTIM OF SERIOU8 ACCIDENT AT RAY YARDS YESTERDAY. L. B. Moore, JEWELER. 216 W. Main St LIVES WITH BROKEN SPINE Injured Man la Paralyzed from the Hipa Down and May Not Recover. Harriman Surveyors Running an Air Line from Deniaon to Kansas City. <r Good Tilings to Eat Fresh cranberries, California apples, grapes, turkeys, chick- ens, fresh country et;KS anil everything else to he found In n first class grocery store. W. L. HOBBS, THE GROCER. 723 South Armstrong Avenue. New Phone ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 15 November 1906

.' * ^§P1!illll T is DENI801 tfffl Ml* — THE PEKISOW DAILY HBULLP, THTJMDAT. HOV1 p. *> •f. . '• I .... 'V'^TST^'" . • r.:j ' ' • . V ••'•>;. f f , ;- f-5* ' y\- ''t Ww Jp • ''''CI ™ ' •"*fp'rw^VP/ PJP.|pft!p|! '' ••■'" ■" ,v | aWI I, '• the Flower Show, you'll be glad to know it it is sold by all first class grocers. This is the 25c coffee with the 35c flavor. raRSBBKI -^nm • MM ■ LOCAL NEWS NOTES iTKINS' SILVER STEEL SAWS Are made for mechanics who want kSY RUNNING. EDGE HOLDING, FAST CUTTING SAWS. We have them. all=Leeper Hardware Company u*| I ! Our customers that are wearing our custom made hoots this won are not afraid for anyone to see them. We are showing them vicl and shiny leathers, button and lace; the patterns are the veit to be had. $3.00 and $3.50 a Pair OLDRICK & SWAN! EVERYBODY WANTS TO SEE Santa Claus' Home AT THE iLUE FRONT RACKET STORE 220 Main Street iturday from 2 p. m. to 10 o'clock. If you don't think this Is a jty place come and see. Every boy that ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 15 November 1906

I # JMv.- ' ffi wWmm wM&WmBlW Cost of Paint ARMED ABA I H,J 'I jit ' IS I® Hi I 1 ii iw I i i § i rK •r F * P F m: ..... ^4, THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY. NOVEMBEE IB.; Buck's Stoves Cook Quick Here's a real stove advantage that every good housewife v-'iii ap- preciate. A thin stove top means quick heat. Buck's cook stove tops arfc thin, light and strong They are made of Scott & South- ern gray Iron and are extra heavy ribbed, which prevents breaking and warping and insures lightness, ■trength and rapid heat conduc- tion. A. parlor match will heat a Buck's stove lid hot. This is one of several reasons why you should own one. WE ATTRACT The attention of all lovers of high grade photographs. If you desire a good thing you can- not fail to appreciate the work of Fotographer Moore, and when spending your money be sure and do so where you can get the best. Christmas is com- ing. .Better get busy before the rush is on at the picture shop, 210 Main street. Fotographer Moore. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 15 November 1906

J fc4*« ,-f- jiff;',"" r I H f.'/'.Y \ __JHJP$? ^•<As i«i Ti •. ■> k ■ ;: \ : * •r.^r i "IS? THg DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY.NOVEMBER 16. SSm^m- Me :"."■ :' i' ■ " -# _ ^ "Would you havo potatoes grow by the pot-old#T" Is It "too much troublo" for you to road tho want d«T s WSESmm FOR BALE* WANTED. Mais. Real Estate. AT A BARUAIN—Thirty- acres land. 4-room hooss, lanca close to city Urolls, southuust. ln- 117 Wsst Munaaw street. ltt-tf HiD within the next few days will I"50. one-fourth dawn, far a «- truck farm: 80 bearlnsr fruit treea, licres raapborrles and blackbertle* (food wells and good hoy-wire fence whole place, within eleve of Main street school house. Call ne R. (5. Smith. , 16-tf PROFESSIONAL. Carpet Renovating. HOTTSKKE ICP¥RB7~ Fuel. nil.T.IE'H woodyard—Stovewooil aks, charcoal and feed of all kinds iupt delivery. New phone 411. K02 Mlrlck venue. W. 11. Austin 16-tf EWOOfo and chunks, War load tor money. J, H. Hidden, 1120 Owlngs; new phone 7*0. 31-1 mo „./OOD ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 15 November 1906

: M 7K ro ■ I i m 8 Not One Cent Extra doe* U cost you to have us send folr your prescriptions and then send the medicine to yon. We keep messenger boys Just for this purpose and whenever you have a prescription to be filled Just telephone us—we will do the rest. Don't hesi- tate to call upon us for this service and don't forget that you get better service and low- er prices by so doing. E. H. HANNA, The Careful Druggist. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ! Pigs Feet Kresh barrel Just in. Extra fine. Fresh Pressed Figs j> Ab fine as you ever saw. Apples! Apples!! Some of the best we have ever bad on tho market KNAUR-BROWN11 Grocery Co. ! ! 8EE US FOR Bargains -IN- WATCHES Wo can save you money and < ► give you a pood time piece. j|C. J. O'Maley, 120 W. Main St. OFFICER IS AFTER JOHN D HEAD OP STANDARD OIL INDICT ED BY GRAND 4U*Y Sheriff Groves Leaves Findlay for Cleveland with Warranto for Ar- rest of Oil Trust Officials. Klndlay, Ohio, Nor. 15.—The grand Jury yesterday found Indictm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

huph Wmm if jftaa v • JaBr"' vol. xvm. — *• ^ ; "WMwBPP'aL—™ qQ6®pEpBe Kr ai mSlwa&'V ■>■:. . • ;" * • '■• '. •>1 • $ I I L We will sell 2,500—two 'X thousand five - hundred ' yards of flannelette in nice new patterns, suit- able for wrappers, kimo- nas, dressing sacques and children's dresses. Goods that in value are worth 10 cents per yard. . ** This sale, the price, c per yard. See Show Window. FOR MUNICIPAL WATERWORKS the city council last night took the fir8t step in that direction. 'MMm NO. 107. • *v <•-" : TWELVE PAGES DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1906. C. S. COBB. J. J. M'AMcai iEIt. v.* president. Vlc«-Pre«ldeat. H. 6. LKGATB, Cashier. P. J. BKKNNAN, Ass't Cushion National Bank of Denisou, DHNISON, TEXAS. CAPITAL $100,00* SURPLUS and PROFITS., 100.004 Directors: J. J. McAleater, 11. Kegensburgwa W, B. Munsen, C. 8. Cobb. A. 8. Burrows, P. J. Brennai* J. B. McDougatl. R. 8. Legate, C. C. Jink*. W. 8. Hlbbard. , NO INTKRKST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. MASS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

........ Epl ■(-, I1 mw, -J 4 i .$ -* : | I- W9:;, • I : & i: |: 0', i I vi * r:i { \ it ir if m£ £ I " ■ . ' * WSJ' I"1' Mi' >3>f Iff? THZJDENraON^ , NOVEMBER 16., ' ' % THE DENISON DAILY HERALD T1115 HERAT.D JTIUJ-SH1NO CO.. FUUMKHEKP Office of publication No 306 West Wood- ard 8tr et. IVnix'in. Texxx. Kntered lit the Post office at penison as second-elan* matter Term* of milMfrlption—t'aily Ono wo U I .15 ■ Jne mouth • . .50 HI* months (if |>ul<i In «<l\anr > . .. if.''® ( e year ....' &•**> TltK SEMI-WKEKLY" HERALD. One year $1.00 TKI.KI'IIOM-H NO 21. LABEL> FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 190C. The shorter the TUaw trial the more cause for congratulation the roadln# public will find. The man who thinks he thoroughly understands a woman usually hag an- other think coming. The indications are multiplying that Bo far .is Grayson County is concern- ed the cotton crop is going to bo short. several miles to attend a good roads meeting demonstrates beyond the per-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

W^w- fflarSBIa m WKt- :2pH^fftW«KP *|SP H3 m '* ^y^;l.ii)^'(! (Wyt1" .?* ' -; H •'.v THE DENI&ON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. T SHERMAN ITYSHT 8i ■' •-'■ '«•' ''"• NEWS ITEMS iL BUILDING WILL NOT >MPLETEO IN THE TIME ECIFIED IN CONTRACT. f. M. G. A. BANQUETS Purpose of Arouaing Interest Forthcoming Campaign to a Building Fund—H. 8. lich Sworn In as Sher- iff Yesterday. "k.4. hfeM te , office of Herald, east aide of Items of Sherman new* re- fer publication. Matters per- to Wherinin circulation *Hen attrition. New 'phone. No. 77; IMAN EVENTS TONIGHT. Lodge No. C63, B. P. O; Elks, |r meeting, Elks' Hall. Local No. 292, I. B. E. W., meeting. Carpenters' Hall. ^Sherman No. J, J, O. O. P., kr meeting, I. o. O. F. Hall. in, Tex., Nov. 16.—Work on Jural building is progressing more rapidly at. this time any previous time during its All the, necessary material .find carpenters, plumbers, j>rkers and other laborers are simultaneously ou the struc- jlntendent Kirk of the gover...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

ffv- If : # 1. m IIS ii . . >SB iw t £* ?J« ' fit' a .f, JV : ■ rlti/1 1 ? Sp [ . ':■ ■■■).£ THE DBNISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBBR16. What an Opportunity! Here's the largest stuck of fine Jewelry, cut Klaas und hand painted china In North Texas and the prices have been reduced about 25 Per Cent f'ACTIVITY IN M., 1 0. & e, CIRCLES —1— ~ indications point to building OF THE LINE FROM DU6 TIN TO DENISON. far this great discount sale. However, thin Bale closes In a few da) now and v<>u will have to act quickly if von wish to avail yourself of thi* oppor- tunity. i TEN PER GENT INCREASE L. B. Moore, \ Railroad* of Entire Country Said to Be Ready to Advance Wages. Shortage of Experienced Men on Katy—Car Shortage Shows Improvement. | JEWELER. 216 W. Main St. ♦ White House Shoes This brand of shoe# In box calf leather will give >mi longer service than any who.: made. I am carrying these sho> * in all the popular lasts and to< The patent leather for drew* wear Is a...

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