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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

r ■ >,%■ kUi wmmyMw' ® " /' "'v ■ MaEi THE DENISON DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16._^ The ladies off tho Catholic Churoh will serve the popular aples - Platter ; • i at their Bazaar November 20th, 21st and 22nd. iwimniiiiiiimiiwwuiiiiiHmmm1 <IMMMMIM<<MMMMM< LOCAL NEWS NOTES •MMMMMMMMMMMM TONIGHT'S EVENTS. "A Runaway Match," Opera House. Denlaon Lodge No. 2, K. of P.. regu- lar meeting, K. of P. Hall. Woman's Union Label League, regu- lar meeting. Labor Hall. Denlson Lodg« No. 161. I. 0 O F.,< regular meeting, I. O O. P. Hull.' Denlson Local No. 536. P. D. & p. n..( regular meeting, Labor Hull. TOMORROW AFTERNOON. TKINS' SILVER STEEL SAWS Are made for mechanics who want }8Y RUNNING, EDGE HOLDING, FAST CUTTING SAWS. We have them. a!l=Leeper Hardware Company . vy.; • • - Mp "J ... WE... Are Showing A lino of medium price ladies' shoes this season that we had made for us In box calf, vici kid and gun metal, low and Cuban heels. We are show- ing them in button and ...

Publication Title: Denison Daily Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

THE DKHI80N DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, N0VEHBEE18. I'll f? \ In i L'SST M M? 1 Buck's Stoves Cook Quick Here's a real stove advantage ! that ©very good housewife will ap j predate. A thin stove top means quick heat. Buck's cook stove , tops are thin, light and strong. They are made of Scoft & South- I ern gray Iron and are eitra heavy J ribbed, which prevents breaking and warping and Insures lightness, | strength and rapid heat conduc- I tlon. A parlor match will heat a Buck's stove lid hot. This U one of several reasons why you should own one. PURE Delivered at your doors. A rebate given when ! ickets are bought. Denison Crystal Ice Company From now on we will receive fresh daily the celebrated MORGAN CITY OYSTERS AND FRESH CELERY. We also handle the pure New York apple cider at 50c per gal- ion in gallon lots only. Ftank Mamola 207 W. Main. Both Phonea Denison Opera House One Frit IgrhtiOqly lay itiv £ cu ov :16 WEBSTER CULLISON Presents the complicated farce ,>* i comedy "A Run...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

- .* t 3 i , • v;. •- _ v.. THE PEWI80N DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 4m "Would you have potatoes grow by the pot-sule?" I* it etoo much ^oubla" for you to road the want adaf FOR SALE Real Estate. AT A BAKCAIN—Thirty •«rcs laud, l-room house. Urge cloee to city limits, southeast. lu- ll? West Munson street. U-tf HELP WANTED. Male. WAN1KD—Boy with home to carry Her- ald route. PROFESSIONAL. Carpet Renovating. HOlTDBKEKPEItB. within the next few days will I7W. one-fourth down, for a «• truck farm; (iO bearing fruit tret's, rres raspberries and blackberries. w«Ils and aood hoj-wlre fencs Whole place, within eleven of Main street school houae. Call B. K. amlth. 14-tf is-tf Don't throw your old carpets away; «nd 1 them to the Dallaa Ru* factory arid have . y them rewoven into nice, new rugs: also us | THE MARKETS TODAY | LOCAL MARKETS. Denlson. Tex, Nov. 111. "l'h« following Prices were puld for country produce In Ot jilaon today; Hroduce— Country butter 20026 per lb.; -.ilchens, W....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

IP! <«5 8 THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. ■ H : HI Wkl H 61 ■ :,yy 8§f! i hi i| -.r ■ He- % m No Matter What You Want If It should be kept by a first class drug store you'll find It here. We make It a point to keep our stock complete in ev- ery detail. We don't 1st it run down at tha heels—everything must be fresh, up to-date and of the beat quality. That's the kind of drug store for you to "tie to" regularly. E. H. HANNA, The Careful Druggist. ACTIVITY IN M., 0. & G. CIRCLES (Continued from pace 4.) switches, and water service and brought the total to between 120,000 and 125.000. Mr. Stubbs said that' the average cost of grading in Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texaa was not over $5,000 a mile. Many a road over prairie land had been built for f 10,000 or $12,000 complete per mile. Mr. Stubbs is a railroad contractor of Lawrence, Kan., who has been building railroader for twenty-five years. He has built roads for the Santa Fe, the Burlington, the M. K. & O...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

'"V. v1-; 'Mi' ■ 'Wwfra ■ *-T.'i.,;4'r A- ' r~i~W f j, &3S«K ■ - v *'ir5 fwte ..{WW ,XJ.: .'$ m wPiPj^TJPi mm t\ r r* THE DENiaON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. I6ENT Y0UN6 MAN Maurice Barrymare told a one evening. It ku gone more or less since then, never seen It In print: ty bud goes to her first big Is a gorgeous social event, all fluttering wkh exclte- slar of this big party Is a recently returned from a broad after completing his [ Harvard. He Is very hand- brilliant. very rich. All women are overwhelmingly The brilliant young man little debutante, and falls heels in love. He dances epeatedly. and then asks If 1. The girl, very much agi- that she will ask her mam- lier, equally agitated, tells to ssy to the young man will be delighted to have and he says that he will the following Thursday The society bud goes home, whirling wicb the excite- |her first flirtation and the of a call from the real 'the season. Next day she some of her girl friends fthlnk, he's coming to ca...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

_,V •jiy*■ '•'-•* * «SiS«s w?' IRfS^Ff^ I /■ %-•' h Six* •■ */ |% JSP' w ^ *- HP a - v t~". •• f fe .i • § 111 if # i m'i* Kfeil K .« m ■ *0 THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER lg. mtimm §§§|ffl®SS Covers More Surface (3 times as mucin Wears (8 time* as long) Dries Quicker (In 10 muium) Than Any Enamel. A Child Can SENSATIONAL CHARGES FILED WASHINGTON ATTORNEY GOES AFTER COMMISSION OF FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES. CONSTRUCTION OF THE LAW Ardmore, complained that Commis- sioner Blxby refused to allow htm to ne«* certain records a* attorney and that he telegraphed Washington for a { permit, which was granted. The pa- i pern submitted In this instance show that the department asked the com- I missioner for an explanation. He ! represented about 900 people who wished to be transferred. Deforo the session closed "Mr. Bal- linger stated that he would ask con- gressional legislation showing th$ In- justice which had been done the peo- ple and giving authority to be enroll- ed as citizens. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

•m w* . 1 •Jr.- HE- ®fts:|| tppSBSt- ,V< '■... '''■ '■• ~ ■ -I'mm '-• r. = W|£« THE DXNI80N DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. AIL OVER THE COUNTY Newsy Letters from The Herald s Corps of Bpeoial Correspondents. m JACK'S BRANCH. pack's Branch, Tex., Nov. 14.—-The week has been very favorable for gathering of corn and cotton. Ira. Ed Davidson aud Mrs. Strick- of near B®Hb visited Mre. Bud liable Tuesday. jjlarence Beck of Denison visited in community Sunday. ee AUsup and family spent Satur- and Sunday at Lrnella. Jr. McDaniel is ou the sick list this Mb fMlBses Ada Holloway and Nellie U were Denison visitors Satur- Ittle Sammle Mae Venamble is on jtck list. N Fields, who has been sick for time, is improving slowly. lias Pearl McDaniel visited in Sher- I Monday. ss Wllburn, and Grant. Fry of race were in this community Sun- afternoon. [Mr. Miller and family will leave week for Wilbarger County where y will make their home, Irs. Lee Allsup and children spent esday afternoon with Mrs...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 16 November 1906

ws 19 THE DENI80N DAILY HEEALD, FEIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. I If '■1 > • |i i -X'' m lfVt P*;- , -'i " ' 3- Mr FOR 1JJ0NTHS Terrible Sore on Ankle Caused Awful Suffering-Could Not Sleep nor Rest —Physician Said Leg Would Have to Be Amputated. CURED BY CUTICURA IN SIX WEEKS flIICCD CCCCPTO nc U/Cil TU I a record which has the sound Vl- guttn LITlUIu III nLALIll ^rations marked not in depth b'ut in —— length, and the stylus travel# horizon - PEOPLE 8UDDENLY MADE | tally, like a pendulum. The stylus j separates the gas chamber Into two I part* and the gas then passes on to j - he burners. The vibrations of the disc open and close the gas openings, causing the flow to vary. The sound Is so intense that it can be heurd a mile away. 1 It can be les- sened by regulating the burner,- but the power of sound is found to be al- ways proportional to the energy given out during combustion.—Musical Age. HOW MADE RICH 8PEND MONEY. West Virginia Mountain Farmer Bought Patent Leather Shoes With First Oi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

p- « r F> ,- | • I SK National TEXAB. vas-.-':- A. F. PUttar. t. Vlce-1'rt*, Cashier r. rater. t Cashier*. 100.«M 00,00# PKOFIT8."1 vol. xvm. mmm ■vs„ : vl^V-fir.w JMI If ■■ ■ : il, ■ - .fCWttraMB — — ■ ■•■ •'•■"•■.1 m*; Kfi■•'; \ •:■ r ^ TWELVE PAGES jKSfflHBff.■ v.- >♦••• ■ ■ ■ NO. 108 •— - * DNISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1906 mmsm 1 u is the time to make your selections ;the present or for future use. BUYING IS a matter OF CONFIDENCE. [ldence and reputation go hand in hand. people think that success is a mere |er of advertising. While this is true have the goods-- . HARDSHIPS OF LIEUT. PEARY VIVID ACCOUNT OF THE LATEST ATTEMPT TO REACH THE . NORTH POLE. / DOG MEAT WAS A LUXURY best fur house in measure, you must re have them. buy furs from the jfica, and the splendid values which we fr to the trade are the best possible [the money. received a second shipment by ex- |s today in Ladles' Long Furs and [dren's Seta. Early selections will you the best values. ; | Even Af...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

z THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, WOVKIfflaj^ THE OENISON DAILY HERALD TUB HEftAM> IM'I'.MSHINO CO PtfBl.lf 11 KttH. Office of publication So ard (Street, L>enl«) Kntered at the Pcrn'offlr aoeurid -t la*t n restriction In the giving oat of passes during the year to come. It was thought thin old chestnut had been .vorn out under the Hepburn law but i !o and behold there *u a meeting the i other day and it wu given out that vv- Ht Wood-1 the question of not giving passes good in the stute was being considered. ; Now wouldn't that Jolt you and right «i ra in the face of the convening of the leg- islature too. Term of nub* npMn:,--I>uU) . One week .' one month KiX months (If i«ii I in u4w .fi .... ijuo year TIIK BEMI-WKKKI.Y MKIIAI.D One year J 1.00 TKI.KCHUNKS .N' SATURDAY, NOVEMBBlt IT, 1006. Publicity Is the true trust tuator. railroads north aid 1'? One or two m would not be so bad w Even a barometer sometimes falls to tell the truth. If you don't bcllcfe it, ask Kingst...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, WOVEMBES 17 Al MM ^1J> • / GRAND JURY — JCUMENT SUBMITTED ADDENDA, AND THE IE TUftNEO IT DOWN. —;— I DfiMEHT AWARDED if!?!®? Harry E. wise a Vcrdict Against the M., K. A T. 'atlent Dies In Ani- on Way to 8ani> rium—Other Newt. a! Herald, east aids of of Sherman news re- publication. Blatters per- Bhernmi circulation p''on attention. New 'phone. No. 11; No. 7«. IAN EVENT8 TONIGHT. Lodge No. 45, I. O. O. F., meeting, I. O. O. F. Hall. No. 492, P. D. & P. H., meeting. Labor Hall. >RROW AFTERNOON. Herman, regular meeting, Hall. INDAY AFTERNOON. Jge No. C03, B. of L. F., ; meeting. Bailey Hall. , Tex., Nov. 17.—The grand has been In session for a Its recess several weeks itted a report to Judge •1:30 thi afternoon. After tie report Judge Jones re- opt it on account of an rhlch was signed by three [of the jury. The addenda 3ws: % lorsc the above rei>ort Inao- i evidence brought before us 1, but it is our private opin- io of the officers have not dut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

m > : . • MS m * f: 'l* "tjr :§. 4 n \ THE DEHISON DAILY DENIAL FROM THE M., K. & T. ROAD WILL NOT SPEND A MIL- LION DOLLARS IN IMPROVING THE WILBURTON BRANCH. I truck the road from Atoka north, j though plana for that Improvement have been given tome consideration. The work on the realignment and double-tracking between Denison and Atoka in progreaatng well. The con- tractors have bean favored by excel- lent weather in wbich to do their work, and are ahead of their eipecta- tioiin. They are still bringing In for- eign laborer#, as a sufficient number of laborers can apt be obtained In tho South. 1 CAR SHORTAGE SITUATION Katy Officials Go to Galveston In an Effort to Expedite Movement of Freight at That Point—New Kind of Ballast to Be Tried by the Katy. Denial ia made of tho statement that the Missouri, Kansas an<l Texa.s is to spend $1,000,000 on the Wilbur- ton branch. A email amount of new bridge work is to bo done, but there in no Intention to rebuild tho line. Katy en...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

111 !■■■ !■!■ i| > ii i ■■'i ...WE... Ar© Showing A line of medium price ladies' shoes this season that we had made for us in box calf, vici kid and gun metal, low and Cuban heels. We are show- ing them In button and blucher pat- terns. They have all the style and fitting qualities that you get out of some higher priced lines. $2.00 a Pair iOLDRiCK & SWAN EVERYBODY WANTS TO SEC \ Santa Glaus' Home AT THE LUE FRONT RACKET STORE 220 Main Street urday from 2 p. m. to 10 o'clock. If you don't think this is a lay place come and see. Every boy that wants an iron wagon for dollar and a half, worth $1.7B, better come quick. Special sale on (jamber sets Friday. Twelve-piece set, sells at $7.50, our price Fri- f $4.98. Only1 8 seta of them. Santa wants their place. First come, t served. Come early or you will be sorry. Yours, •avis & Kote, D^~n' A C A R L O A D OP NEW CROP BATAVIA Canned Vegetables WHEN YOU WANT SOMETHING FINE TRY THE BATAVIA INE 318 W. Main St. >i>inii>i&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

Btw i I THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. Jones' Great Special Pay Day _____ During the put f«w months wo have assembled a line of Furniture and Carpets here that never has been equalled In the olty quality. We will make prlees during the remainder of this month that will make many frlenda for this house. Bargain# ||l over the every line. We give below a few samples: ^ ^ ^ A 13.00 rocker for A 921.00 Iron bed for A #45.00 mantle bed for A #40.00 sideboard for A 122.50 kitchen cabinet A $17.50 chiffonier for A $30.00 combination book case ... A solid oak, new bedroom suit for Many other pieces just as cheap. •••SI 05 814 65 932 50 923 60 916 90 912 55 •922 50 912 35 We carry an Immense line of cook stoves and heaten, both new and second band. The prices are "red-hot." Good heavy Ingrain carpet, worth 65c per yard, for 45^ All wool ingrain, worth 65c, for 50^ All wool Ingrain, worth 85c, for 75<* Quite a number of short ends, some large enough for a room, at a big re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

. . 1 . nf iur , NOVEMBER 17 V ; - , f daily herald. wz Itr fe'j ,' •sat-.* m 8*fB BALK. A BARGAIN—'Thirty- &sr. IU, soulheuat. I11- atreeL. ll-tf he next few daya will one-fourth down, for r 6- fftrm: 80 bearing fruit tree*, raspberries and blackberries, walla an«| good hog-wire fence whole place, within eleven Main atreet school house. Call B. K. Smith. r 15-tf 4-room bouse, stable and wood West Owlngs street for I860; house and beautiful lot on street for $1,250, on monthly JDREf) acres, fine black sandy splendid two-story house slid n; lot* of food water: three Ht of city .at a great bargain. Hlinnnen estate, about 35 acres twenty lots adjoining Fair da and Ray yards, just outside uust be Bold to wind up the ea- ake me an offer. ACRES on South Fannin av- f near cotton mill, and convenient line; will divide Itito tracts to chaser. on Interurban; will make adld suburban home, at, a low E HOWARD; Real Estate. for sale. For Salt or Trad* $10,000 STOCK general merchandise lt good...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. tm No Matter What You Want If It ahonld be kept b y a first elaat drug store yon'11 find it here. We make it a point to keep oar stock complete In ev- err detail We don't let it run down at the heels—overythiug mast be fresh, up-to-date and of the beat quality. That's the kind of drug store for you to "tie to" regularly. E. H. HANNA, The Careful Druggist. t'iri H ;g KI The Difficulty. Knlcker—What do you think of min- is® speculation? Bocker—-Remember that "lemon" and "melon" are composed of the same letters.—New York Sua. One of 53! See Baity's ad. Try a Herald want ad. DENIAL FROM THEM., K. & T. L/ (Continued from pace 4.) o'clock last night. The crossing was blocked for a half hour. Carl Parrish, who waa employed as a brakomau on the North Texas divi- sion of the Katy. baa resigned and has gone to El Paso. H. M. Ficklnger, formerly general superintendent of Frisco lines In Tex- as, passed through Denison yesterday afternoon. Mr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

DAILY HERALD na n ■ © Week in Society MJK y*Uow. and the flower* front through trembling lower, and the shadows Uicay ride* on each passing grove* lante flocks of birda Vrlng, or their annual southward whisper words of farewell parent* children say "Good with hla pointer finda the la calling in the field away; ep, resounding roar of ahot- 1 he's begun the deadly fray. fruit amlle* through the orchards, ■*« busy housing in tils grain; ring * requiem for October, lie herda browtw in tha lanu. t streaked with chilly waves Northland, with those from bright and [ climes; e crippled music of the discords through the Au- Bhlmcs. sua sun hangs drowsily In na, tinged with rays of somber . hum has In It all the mean- we must to Summer say November. ternoon, a contest in pinning flowers on a picture of a girl resulting In the prlee going to Hiss Mearl Dorria. Those present to extend best wishes to the littlo maid were Little Misses Mearl Dorris, Margaret Bailey, Llnnie Bell Skeeu, Jeunlo May D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

I mSR|Eppl«l ■ ?' 5 W'v 'v. • 5 i \ . ti i• n : fw; El Mt-Wr: K7F 31, 1 THX DENISON DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMB1E 17. ■ in i i—r—r~r**,tV'TT''l<>rT~Tr^—"—iT'rn*i TWO DEATHS IN MINE ACCIDENT mm —* Buck's Stoves Cook Quick Here's a real stove advantage that every good housewife will ap- j predate. A thin Move top means quick heat. Buck's cook stove tops are thin, light and strong. They are mado of Scott & South- ern gray Iron and are extra heavy ribbed, which prevents breaking and warding and insures lightness, Btrength and rapid heat conduc- tion. A parlor matcn will heat a n Buck's stove lid hot.1 This is one of several reasons whjj- you should own one. Good Things . to Eat \ Fresh cranberries, California apples, grapes, turkeys,! chick- ens, fresh country eggs and everything else to bo fou\nd in a first class grocery store,. \ W. L. HOBBS, THE GROCER. 723 8outh Armstrong Avenue. New Phone 69, old 296. ; ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ► WE ATTRACT The attention of all lovers of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

i Wlwm t m |l|p^ WwmM* «Ff :&m ■f'lawlw- wm W>, H*$ ! fcl/'M V'lH' i^CfflJEEJVv,'^ - < > ,W 't i, '- i, ■""■/•yjirtJ,i i UJ ; F «• «! In 2t'/# month* it J record of m•■ , JJw;• v. • • ■;.. _ ';•".1 fe 7-•',•:>• •.,vfif;.. Robert's Tasteless: Chill Tonic |&vv^ There ia nothing hotter for < > colds, la grippe, fever, etc. < > ■ullda up the ayatem and drivea < > out malaria. CURE PAY POISONS MM MM Flue Cleaning Wa are prepared to clean flues on short notice. Be sure j; and have your flues attended to \ and prevent possibility of fire. f Leave orders at R. B. Ellis & J Co, Both phones 492. J. D. and Chas. Overturff [xceptional fpportuny For you to cnfra*" In the Real ' Estate and Fire Insurance business. No capital required us long an yon are honest and ambitious. I nasUt you in establishing office or your own: many are mak- tg from 1,500.00 to $5,000.00 yearly. In ■■ business. I give you valuable Infor- Bttion that has cost me years of time id ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 17 November 1906

Wm * ^ * • ,t ®'!BwSp S lli' r * y \ si $<1 > H: f. - jY i i Pi V : V -•■■'. is TO CURE ANY DISEASE. r . - .;, , • -v/ • . 'yi.v.1; ... .; y. « ., ■■ „ <vjKH THE DENlBOir DAILY HEUJJ), BATUBDAY, N0VEMBER17. W*T Will DMlraf. Kill the (m that causes dandruff, falling hair and baldness, you will have no mora dandruff and your hair niuat irrow luxuriantly. NeWbro's Herplcldi not only contain* the dandruff * rm destroyer, but It la also a moat delight- ful hair dressing for regular toilet use. No other hair preparation Is on this scientific baala Of daatoylns the dandruff germs. It atop* all Irritation, keeps thi scalp sweet, pure and wholesome. Re- member that some thins claimed to he "just aa good," will not do the work of genuine Herplclde. Sold by fending druiccista. Send 10c. In stamps for ssiji- e to The Herplclde Co.. Detroit, illci* C. O. Kingston. Special Agent. ♦ M MH ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦' ♦ M. M. PIERCE C. W. SMITH OUR LINE OF Evaporated Dried & ^ r Pressed Fruit | ...

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