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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 November 1906

WWW wfr •" * ■ ^ mm :VS >;' V' ;',r "?;/■ •" i? i jw O'CLOCK ~ 8. COBB. 3. J. M;AL TBB. I 'resident, Vice-President, K. Sli.KOATK. Ca«hi^r. !•. J. BRKNNAN, Assistant Cashier. NATIONAL 0ANK OF DENISON, DHNISON, TEXAS. CAPITA!,. . . . 1100.000 tWUPLUS and PROFITS .... 100.000 Director*: J. J. Mc A tester, H. Iteffensburger, \V. H. Munson, -C. 8. Cobb, A. S. Burrows, P. J. Brennan, J n McDongall. R. 8. ftMftt*. <\ .links, W. 8. Hibbard. NO INTERMT PAID ON GENERA I« DEPOSITS. 4t STATC NATIONAL BANK, ■ DEKIflON. TEXAS. il$ if ^plflildent. VJCwVPrvsident. XV. O. Me*lnnl«. Cwtoler. , Kua. T. r. Foley, Aaviatant Caahler^ $100,000 \}S n4 PROFITS .... 100,000 F Director*: ■ V, EDlotf, EUhu aanafaaw. I O. U BUcMorU, 11 { £ W. Acheaon. VOL. XVWi. DENISON, TEXAS?1 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1906. NO. 118, ligf: vou II'" por the excellent patronage we have enjoyed the past year. we have endeavored to merit it with honest goods at honest prices and the demand for our merchandise is evidence that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 November 1906

Wm*J MM s«f; ',X.V * n 2 THX DENI80N DAILY Hjjy*: IT - K'A * mwr ■ H&V-' I H Hi' f ■ kit. ?■ It I THE OEKISON DAILY HERALD $ Tire HSR 0ffi.-* Of irtW^Uon IS> • arJ Street. lwnk«o HEfcALD, ■ i..-" - ——— THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29 least tfcer? are no breakers ah";td too. where there has been a law and Hope that ,t>ey, will hear tbeir uaines w,". - _ ' 1 a* aniik ' 41.. — . r nnfml Mai t K/«k J f / \ flfhnfA All 1 &U* ^jOcally the people of Denison hire much to {«el encouraged over and there «honM a feeling of thankful ueen 'in their he^rt*. order league for more than a year, < announced *a thoW to whom an ap- organized for the purpose of assiat polntm«*nt.ior£jV*tlce l ,y> be K!vi"1 Iiik the officers la the enforcement of <*it. Colawfl fWnphqlJ lam an abund Entered TVrmi oi %u\mt&**~Vaiiy — ■■" j On« m<M v . ^ v>n** month • ■ • «iitiriv gt month* <if ^ ** *a * i.mt year . THK hlMi-WE)ef-Y HKKAI.U. One year 1 u>«f Wood«%I ^pdBSflin's co-operative road ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 November 1906

'' p" = • • ■ ■' •. ^ - > • THE DENIHOW DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20. .4T 1,0011 v 'M. in # % question now about sue- [(ess of Y. m. c. a. build- ING movement- HER ,rjr NEWS nth Annual Session of the North l|al Teachers' Association Be- gins Tomorrow—Tom Perry t, Oi«d Yesterday at County Poor Farm, -i i ■' " o'Mce of Herald, east aid* of Itema of Sherman news ra- for publication. Matter* per- r to Shermtn circulation *«en ,J attention. New 'phone. Now 71; 'phono No. It- lermaii, Tex., Nov. 29.—Although will be no noonday meeting of y. M. C. A. workers today on int of Thanksgiving, the Y. M. A. movement has not stopped. Iptions are being taken today the fame and the result will in tomorrow's noon report It thought best not to serve lunch- today so that the workers might the noon hour at their respec- ie homes. rhat the $40,000 will be raised there [no question. The people of Sher- ln are behind the movement and it. knot (all. Illustrating the feeling kt exists in the hearts...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 November 1906

'Iff :v; ■ . > / , . a ' SbS Bp ?' * H •' WtSmy,■■■■:■■ mmBBw f SBf&: I\ THE DENISON *AILY_HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29. we cuoat ai 12 O'CLOCK Thursday AU wfeo turkeys. chicV W, cranberries. fruit* and little extr -* fu* Thanksgiving dinner sivould ktH their orders in Wed b M*v or W7 earl) Thursday morning so we can Oliver the goods. W. L. HOBBS, the grocer. 723 Sout* Arm*trong Averiue. New Phone 69, old 296. PAINS AMERICAN WOMEN FIND RELIEF The Cut of UUa Irene Oroeby In One 1 ofThousand* of Curos rc**l« by Lydta K. Plnkhatn's Vetreiubie Compound. How many women r« U/e that ft ,i not the plan of nature that woman should buffer so severely. REVERSES ITS FORMER ACTIONS TEXAS RAILROAD COMMISSION IS SUES ORDER APPROVING HOME8EEKERS' RATES. ♦ Free Moving 1 Picture Show t December tUb, frcm, * to 10 p. lis m prof Forrest Hifeh "HI give a free eablWtioa iti fto.v of our ♦ ■tore ihowing scenes from the us Irene Cras OTHER NEWS OF RAILROAOS , Thousands of Aanerk'tta women, how- ♦ e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 November 1906

. ' l! |W m ,'W ff.„ . VI r<«ptoubcv . .'yr: WflflM ®8®i ■t urn ' 1 . . 4 V. Kk & Ml sr-s it THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, KOVEMBER 29. "In the Night All Cats Are Qray On paper moat high gT*de coffeo roasters make about the same ' clalmf. When put to the test It s the «P' WAPLES-PLATTER * COFFEES ?fs^y tfA-M . 4 Xbst "make good." This is explained by the high quality of the Itock selected for our plant, the uniformly perfect blending and ex- pert roasting. We roast 10.000 pounds a day. That is an excellent Indicator of Quality Here's to a Pleasant t' * I ■ LOCAL NEWS NOTES TONIGHT'S EVENTS. Denison Branch, h. A. to R. P. C.. Thanksgiving party, home of Mrs! John Keefe, East Crawford street. Denison Tent No. 42, K. O. T. >!., regular meeting, B. of L. F. Hall. Choctaw Tribe No. 18, I. O. R M., regular meeting, O. R. C. Hall. Lodge No. 6, U. B. A., regular meet- ing. K. of P. Hall. Local No. 371, B. of C. & J., regular meeting, Labor Hall. jDeuison Council No. 8C0,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 November 1906

MHii ihlprfT P. :.r« THE DENISOW DAILY HERALD. —r- AN OLD MOTTO. BUSINESS TERM. "Two'l company, three's a crowd." HOW IT CAN BE DONE. "It Is said that no man In these days can make a living out of poetry." "I know one who do®*. Ho runs a printing office and publishes books of poetry at the expense of the poets." PHILOSOPHY. A hair on the head! Is worth two on the brush. "Please find bill Inclosed." "ROAR MATERIAL." DANGER! A DOUBLE EVENT. ¥ He: "Perhaps you'd rather that Bobbie Hawkins was calling on you to night instead of me?" She: "Oh, no, really. You are every bit as welcome as he is. He is the most insufferable bore I know." THE DANGER OF LOOKING FOR WORK. A WARNING TO THE UNEMPLOYED FOR CONTRAST. Phlkwi.'-na—l>r Pr*wcher pays that two pretty women ntver (should go about together. V Irsrtnia- Stay with roe all day, won't v<hi' COLLEGE BRED MULE. "Only latt year you wanted MO for this mule, hnd now you've raised to IM* ftat'ral; it's n eddicaMd mule w. Kror since John com*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 November 1906

W& m "rs ;; W"WiR:r ••••>> Ski; " T; ■• ■■■; WW •fa ... ,, thedenison daily herald, thursday, november 29. !■■■ AAA - FARM for „ m " south" Stiviu. Huon ~SALfc~AT A BARGAIN—Thirty ,n acres land. ,4-room house. large I close t„ city limits, southeast. In- JJ; 017 West Munson street. Son' k"|Mfruit"farm.1 Beat reasons for selllnf. F r particulars Dr. B. u *!ft Fuel. Vest Owl ngs; new phone 31-lmo WOOD and heater chunks; post- btockjaok and hickory make the IS fire His; I'tad for a dollar. Prompt 1 deliver —" Iphune R^fc, biaokjaole an I jffjve"v°' Watorttreet's"Woodyard. New lohone $4*. °W phono- 8M ■ ■ l-tf tovkwqod and chunk* <1 per l°$d- |,i« «>nt Morgan street. A. J. Wa'lacc. I Strictly cash. Now phone 376. 4-1 mo Jewelry. - J ad WATCrtea for saw cheap. "Qulnn No. 209 West Mnln street. For Sale or Trade STOOIC general mere ha town, of will take stuck F ir desired. J. H. Horlgan, it Builnesl Chances. • >V "Moving" Picture' Show. 28-4t Bfe KMP1RK |j|Ml on. Tex. ns...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 29 November 1906

mmrn- • ,^awatepfl® w ■ . ■' v.*' $$& fy&vfis'j ft ;■ m 1 J ' i':_' 8 , = THE DBjWISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, HO i'. x^MM IS9$S After the Thanksgiving Feast The overloaded stomach will •eed the help of Paralax TaWets An excellent a* to and * guaranteed tu™ J.or wpsU. v>ur stomach, sick heart- ache, hHiow«« *°d coa8llpit" U<Take Paralax Tablets • coord- tag to direct too* and K th*'y don't core yoo we give you hack your mosey. A E. H. HANNA, The Careful Druggist. Stamp*, awney orders and rogtotry business a apeclalty. I "9 OF THE RULES PRINTING OF DAILY JOURNAL AND; PERMANENT RECORD BRINGS ON DEBATE. DOES GOAL TRUST EXIST? Government to Investigate 8outb Mc- Alester Fuel Company to/ Ascer- tain Its Legal Statup-^Peter Hanraty Urged to Run / for Congress. pelted *o exceed the government's I and nil lantf owned by the United appropriation, and In the event that Ft tee. , more money could not U> secured the | Little wa , learned at the Interior next Legislature, which ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 November 1906

. ; 7^.;w7 v': C. S. CORD, A. F. PUttar. Vlc«-Prc«idcnt. ^T:°r."ANK' pgK °K' TEXA* „ Hwinnii., CM* 0, 0 "■ T f. Foley, litant Cashier*. If $100,000 I'tii rnoriTS .... 100.000 ! Directors: jjitiiu B. Hlnshaw. p. N. Hobb. a h- Blackford, p. H. ToWn, ' A. W. Acheaon. vol. xvm. DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1906 niiiiii<nm'>(>(>lt)t>tt,<l<l>>>><<" HE BETTER—FEW AS COOP | U « Ve% -v.cy. ,THE H., . * M. CLOTHING AND W^,6l,y SUITS $20:00, $18.00 AND ie.50. A .*/ cheaper suits flibo, 112.50, 110.00 AND $7.50. AND A FEW left of the pdlCE LOT SUITS CARRIED OVER FROM last year. I AS GOLD BUT SHORT COATS. IF YOU DON'T care for li they Will keep you just as warm and wear As LONG AS THE NEW GOODS. YOUTHS' OR YOUNG MEN'S SUITS TO FIT BOY8, ages 14 III YEARS, AT $5.00, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00 AND $12.50. we can A LOT OF GROWN MEN IN THESE SUITS. SMALL men can HtVC A FEW DOLLARS WHEN THEY CAN BE FITTED in these , MEN'S SUITS. BOYS' KNEE SUITS IXTRA GOOD VAL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 November 1906

, i am i"1 1- The amount rai « i* jpot large and E OENISON DAILY HERALO Ttiic i#sitAfJ> prWJ®HfN^i oo TUB H )>'-jjLlflHBH^ MRf THE DENISON D IP -'•M -4 - HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30. . ■/ A . ... ■ = AOV/CE TO BOYS. necessary to' ialature, Tor mate almost Inscrutable " ",ould™ "* £ X5i i h. <41 «r4 tftrwC. D n «n- Ttx*a- ) lake ver£ km« to raise It. ./ Despite smallo *n of the vole .. . —,f — ~ - election return* art- rtjxirted coming J ^ **ve "^eh * fe* very slowly at Austin Some of the J}'-- K; s,;® ifs m :«• ' r j| IP county officials may have felt that the vote w*h *o Ught there really was ttw pavo/fce at Denlrtm ai 1 no necessity of jtemiitu- it In at all. nwoer „ Count Honl Is <> angry with that j New York restaurant keeper that he actually wants to fight a duel with him. In the meantime the restaurant Dally: trow of sub "rtt'!wri th* W pSwT*« adw«c*i S'. Mm sbmi-wkbklt HBRAUJ 2\K1JH>H0XE8 NO. it quiremeou at tHe fcowr. policy to avoid piling op a aurplui in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 November 1906

WTO5|,I 1*** P •v');."/c ' HPfffl ,'|' ,.$ ;>s®p THE DEWlHON DAILY HERALD, WUPAY, NOVEMBER 30. AT SHERMAN HALF OF JONEYMISED I ^jujldino FUND WORK- * have NOW reached (IE HOME STRETCH# TreIn session tti« North Convened Thle ji Annual Meeting of . AMoclation , __ Mr*. McGeachy r#(f. of R«v. A. A. (jeachy, Dead. Mc- ■Ki«- «*«••• aMM of Herald, euft aide of 1 tumt of Sherman newa re- ?Jt publication. Matter* per- L M Bhermni circulation ^en f Jrtentlon New 'pbone. No. 77; 1 , Wo. 71 I of tha various teams .$1,144.00 . 2.547.00 . 895.00 . 1,302.00 . 203.00 . 471.60 . 8t7.00 , M.n'a total $ 7,784.50 .Men's total ...... 14,375.00 „_j and Secretary .. 406.00 j mount up to 1 [Tchrt today $20,159.50 {£otmj>, Tex., Nov. 30.—On ao- , 4 yesterday being Thanksglv- xtfee noonday luncheon at the Y i q headquarters was omitted. I vorkers, however, were clrculat- their friends discussing I MTomcnt and cultivating the I. |or the reaping of the next /tV*. The amount entered on I lootj last night...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 November 1906

'IrlV ' ' V ' W ' I ff! THE DKH180N DAILY HX&A LD, FRIDAY, MOVEMBEE 30. i icitjl Free Moving Pjcture Show December 15th. from « ^ p m Prof, Forrest Hl*h will §t*e * free exhibition In froat l>f ""r *tor<\ ebowtng «*«« from lh'* World"* fair. Busier Brown and htedogTS*. .ud a trip throe.h a jinodera shoe factor*, «ho*in* tM process, from the raw bide to tbe finished shoe. EVERYBODY COME. LB. EASTHflM; Cash Shoe Store. a 307 Main- j ; Don't Give the Same ♦ Designs You Gave ; Last Year t For Xaas. Come here and se- ♦ Met MOetfctaff from a msKnlfi- 4 cent stock, from which Sou can ^ yet (j ir : ■ <ls of different style*. £ My stock of good* '* complete -* Is every department. Prices are X guaranteed to be rt«h( for you. J rake pleasure in flowing you. i Jntw that you will find j wbst yoo want In my stock. T ' DtM't he "fr*'"1 t0 ,ak'* "P ">y | time. We will be onlr too glad ♦ to hare you shop with ns. X L. B. MOORE j JEWELER. ^ 216 Wist Main. DENISON « If WE ARE SLIGHTLY...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 November 1906

SHRSBB ■ ■>v- w& mm ^ -ft? ! fjrg ' — ■ . - rji i... iSfci ■ in = THE DENISON DAILY HEjtALD, '.?W NOVEMBER 30. "In the Night All Cats Are Gray" On pep®' ®0,t g**de coffee roasters make about the same When put to the test It's the ,V4'?4 f *' ^x> ' (JgUnB. WAPLES-PLATTER COFFEES -niAke good." This hi explained by the high quality of the gjodt selected for our plant, the uniformly perfect blending and ejt- prl roasting. We roast 10,000 pounds a day. That Is an excellent Indicator of quality. if nmwwf •••••• *• • •••«• • • i — - ' N ;*'■ Genuine German See Our East Window m**m Hardware Company v ... , ^ f ,'V\ A • v\ i * : rn,(f 'lv Bill- I f We Are Showing | One of the most up-to-now lines of £ $3.00 Bhlny leather shoes In tlie city. ■ Patent colt, welt, spike toe, Cuban t heel, blucher cut; also same pattern .? In turn sole for dress $3.00 See the line of ladles' shoes we are offering at £ $2.25 J Swing and straight last, Cuban and + low heel, button or lace. ^ & Swan: ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 November 1906

% *■' Iff*—" WWWi I iiseeeeeeeeee*®•••••••••! \ EM THE DEN180N DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1250 Bottles of ROBERT'S | Tasteless Chill Tonic ;; sold «lno© Jan. 1st. ! I Drives out malaria i:and builds up the j; ;; system. CURE PAY POISONS Would Scratch and Tear the Flesh Unless Hands Were Tied—Wasted to a Skeleton—Awful Suffering for Over a Year—Grew Worse Under Doctors—Skin Now Clear. GOOD ROMS IN THE NEW STATE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION MEET ING AT MUSKOCEE TO START CAMPAIGN RIGHT. on s of road leading from Vlurkogw to Fort Gibson and the Na- It km a) cemetery and this will Ihj the ; first i sample of practical road build- I i.ng in ibis part of th« new state, j Already the officials are receiving requests for the association to put on practical road building object lessons at many town*. Tahlequah htut in a request so baa McAI.-ster, and they are coming Id from many of the Southern states. WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE LOBBY WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE LOBBY. WOULD HAVE DIED BUT FOR CUTICURA. Denison Op...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 November 1906

BPS =?= fPWSyf- '• ;f JSS ! m-ty ' ftsgmhri * ihmhfk-'' ■ f 4y the dewson daily herald, friday, NOVEMBER 30. I I '. ;' " ffl •.^HHPE&i' ' '' .*'■• ' 'f. ,5:'''."r f.. ■.'. l:'v" 7. kh If forced to Mil something quickly—Jewelry, bric-a-brac or other personal belongings —« want ad insure* more privacy, leas delay and A BETTER PRICE. m Ripl Eatata. i" "" l9H !SS?*Sr «* • at * bargain; • Munaon street. wiu"scli0ftn« fr S for _m * * T- "p-yjiet Fuel. rfng ; Phone 7 jroop and heater chij *§&* «"d "ickorv i;' hie "l*d tar*W , Wat«r«treet I W« ft, oM phone B83.. ioD and chunka, ll PJf & Marsan «"««*• AJi W*"! r«aih , Neyr phonp. ?"3-... V1 Jewelry. ^ ^<«s£s For Sals or Trada v':r (cb.. general merchandlae In . or will take stock In wm- - * J. Ii. Horlgati. Olney. 1-lmo Business Chancea Moving jPlctur* SfwW. ha "up-to-date grocery utand off Main street; established; $1,200 to *1.500 Address No. 27, c>r<j Hej Livestock. FAMU.Y HORSE, - iyef. 813 West aandy. Household Ooot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 30 November 1906

V itflgrawft mm m THE DPflSON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30. THIS UNSETTLED WEATHER Sttsswts Uie use of the tele- phone *od our messenK*'" &°>'8 when you need something from the drug store. Stamps deliver- es] wben somethiag i* ordered from the drug department A* t'pele Sam- reprewoUtlv *e have ere')' facility for serving you promptly with stamps of all denominations, money orders and tM handling of your regis- -en-d letters and packages. If you're bilious try Hannaa 1.!^ Kegulatof. E. H. HANNA, BACK IN NEW YORK peditlon. In which the ships Alert and fare In tbe b®M," he replied, "but Discoverer engaged." ((her go when nothing else Is availa- , "Will you make another try to Me." HE "each the pole?" j The explorer here explained that The explorer smiled. \ : our of big pack of 120 dog* with j "i feel as if I would like to get well | whfcb he started out on t'.ie present back home before I make any plan* trip he had finished with forty. He Adventures and Conditions in the l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 December 1906

rafln ■ •A? *AT* NATIONAL BANK, 1 JS. TBXAB. A F. Flatter. *K5«dent. Vlce-Pre.tdeut. STi«lnnli, CMhle5:., * ° T. r. Foley. "SSiunt Cashiers. MM(m| ....... 100.000 ^pttOFITS • * • ■> "°'00° Directors: ^ Klltiu B. Hlnahaw, p. N. Kottb. O U Blackford. P, H. Tobtn, A. W. AchMOn. The Library u( Hi* ' University ol 'lux > vol. xvrn. {all, the study of Hue" was coin- papers were Charm of the Cvans; "Coni- lhakespearo'g by Miss Mm. Hall; y Conclu- DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1906. IN OUR MILLINERY DE- EVERYTHINQ /ERYTHING IK LADIES' HAT8 ,INT. PATTERN H*TS, STREET HATS, TO WEAR GOES AT 1ST HALF THE 0RI9IHAL PRICE Af)H«RING TO OUR WELL KNOWN POLlfcY OF NOT CAR- j 0vER SEASONABLE OOOOS WE SLAUGHTER OUR gTOCK OF MILLINERY RIGHT NOW TO CLEAN UP. WHERE IE. ARE TAKEN AND HATS MUST BE MADE THIS REDUC- j'Mii WILL NOT APPLY. IF YOU HAVE ALREADY BOUGHT Ly CAN AFFORD TO BUY AGAIN AT THESE PRICES. YOU ffgOtf OUR STOCK OF HATS—NOTHING FINER IN THE LAND. ffORE OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 10 O'CLOC...

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

s-~ n,i mmm in "r'il - ^ %:• ;.. frV - ipfii 1##^)^.' • ■ - m ih i THS DENISON DAILY HEEALD, BATTTRDAY, DECEMBER 1. km WK""''"' is« Iwpffip 'V* fey m m f; HSgS" this unsettled weather S.u~ the «< >« J* pboue and our J ITn you n**. the drug «to«. Stan,!* de iver- ed wb«n trom the tpcle g>:.„-...; - PHW-WKKLT HEKALD. One year .11.00 TEX-WHOJfKS NO. II. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 190C What a dreso' old world this would be without Ella Wbeeier Wilcox arid Beatrice Fairfax! Sow it Carnno bad been scorching tie would have paid the "U n" without a marmur and thought be was getting off lightly. Km* your eye on Governor Hughes. He Is qrite liable to start something in New Tort once he takes up the •rein* of government. A Missouri breeder claims to own the greatest jackass In the world and the Houston Port rises to aarlou^ly doubt the statement. Senator Depew wilt make hU ap- pearance next week after an enforced retirement He will not wear the suae old mile, however. The bed weather is de...

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

tlafe 4T SHERMAN Y.U. W°I KER8 must ^Xthe movement It TO 8UCCEEOi jf Than 400 Contibutors and I jflOO ®* 00 *'1* LlitO. K«r0i Texas Tcsehertf. a«o- (ijtion Will. End Mo t nj| TPd'/"" ft**** 1K^{ tdNICHT'S EVENTS. Lodge No, 46, I. O. O. F., i Meeting, I. O, O. P. Hall. Local No. 492, P. D. & P. H., meeting, Labor Hall. SUNDAY AFTERNOON. Fisoltf x Lodge No. 47, 8. of H. meeting, Herman Hall. ^ncfl of Herald. Mat aid* of w-rr. of Sherman newi re- FUhSd for tiublloatlon. Mattora pirn "Sw to Sherman circulation ffl*# , 213 attention. New 'phono. No. 71} ['2*m No. It- „ / of the various teams: . ' |1;174.00 am . 2,647.00 „ 046.00 . 1,302.00 203.00 531.60 842.00 Man's total t 7,951.60 Man's total 12,728.00 and 8ocr«tary 405.00 Mint up to 1 today $20,876.50 _ Tex., Dec. 1.—There is itaolote necessity Mr some of the wfc> are Interested in the Young Christian Association Building _ to put their shoulders under iked and give it a lift. The city Interested in the movement now it has neve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 1 December 1906

I v,„ , 'vj V a. *M t jEfflMla, f|,:- .1" AV\ , -if* iWrn- , * # s Mi B liiii'iiiSirti 111iin ™Wf7k ;; ■bi wfe;:, aga/gaP DENISON DAILY HKRALD. SATURDAY, DECEMBER t y ■' 1 .'• r!' Sjp ■^JHP WE A« WJOHTLV dispigusbo WT Still In the Ring u4 Aoiac be**** l tke MIDe Old «U«U If *<* you had better get ""booked up *ith us for year advaatage as w*Il as «sr 0*3- W. L. HOBBS, THE GROCER. 723 South Armstrong Avenue. New Phone *. eM ^ AN EMBARGO IS DECLARED GALVESTON REFUSES TO ACCEPT DEAD FREIGHT, CAUSING J MORE CONGESTION. Hilt DOSEN'T WANT UTT Northern Pacific MtgntU Says When He Gete Read/ tor Gulf Outlet He Will Build L>«e-C-, H. A H. Switchmen Out at Gal- veston—News Notes. V-.: ' is: w MM •• •> <♦*♦♦♦ '♦ ' ♦ :: BIO FREE SHOW ; ' Dart mlu tbt big free n ov I . tjjr pfctsre show in front of my store December lith from 8 to 14 P. in gee the World's Fair view*, tbe great shoe fa*ton making White ttoase show, and Buster Brown sod his <wf. Tige. L B. EASTHAM Cnh Shoe Store. 307...

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