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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 12 September 1906

■m mmw <: mFmm ww*wA' # ;■' ••,■)•■■■ s V.. V •:'. / v "4 -'m wm>-f t CuUtm. •ad" PROFITS'.'. *i##| stow* Hlnshaw, °*J ' ' ' ' ' U N. U. L. V. H. w A. Y. Platter. DENISON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1906. NO. 52. C. 8. COBB. J. J. M'AUESTER. President. Vtce-PTMldent. ' K. S. I.EGATE, Cashier. P. J. BHENNAN, Asi t CulUib National Bank of Denison, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITA li 100 od« 8URPLJJS and PHOF1T8., IOO.OOJ Directors: J. J. McAlcster, H. Keif.-nnburiur W. B. Munson, C. 8. Cobb, A. 8. Burrows, P. J. Brennan, J. B. MePougall, H. S. Legato, C. C. Jinks, W, 8. Hibbard. NO INTEREST PAII> ON GENERAL DEPOSITS. ®4Sr|fej|| im ^ivuiuiy "Wild Boy Hose WE RECOMMEND TO THE TRADE OUR "WILD BOY" BRAND OF HOSIERY FOR BOY8' WEAR. EVERY PAIR BEAR8 A "WIUD BOY TICKET," AND EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. POINTS TO BE CONSIDERED: BE8T MADE FOR WEAR; MADE OF COMBED EGYPTIAN YARN; FINE VELVET—FINISHED BLACK; EXTREMELY ELAS- TIC; ALL SIZES, 6 TO 10>/£. PRICE 25c PAIR ADDEN'C...

Publication Title: Denison Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 12 September 1906

fi P ■ -* m £1; p % . THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, 12. . IJI ijjpi 11 J THE DENISON DAILY HERALD THE HZJtAUD Pl'BIJSHINQ CO.. PL'BLtSHEJia. Officii of publication No 395 Went Wood- ard Street, Denison, Texas. Kr.te;c<2 ut fli« I'ostofflee at Denison as eecond-cUsu matter. Torriii ot ul> <-rlption—Dally: One Week V: t 'J i >ne month . •*? Yhrtte mo&tba 'If pa IJ In advance).. Jut) THE SEMl-V, KKKLK HERALD. One y.ar Subscriber* doHlrtn* the addrets of the'r pap^r* ptm.l1 d w!!1 P'eane Ktv bolt tha old ond th« ri«jw a<ldr««S. among shrubs and flowers always ex rites favorable comment. Denison needs more of these. Den I son's cooperative road build lng plan is attracting the attention of other progressive Texas townB. Bev rral of them have already success fully employed the'plan and others art- preparing to do so. The press of the state has persistently pointed out the advantages of such co-operative action and until more effective road laws are enacted, urges...

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

v;t-: ■'fr-•' ■ wpHi ,■ *-'.RPPw■ . 'sW-BraPI .ft urn • * ; THE D1NI80N DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. — 8 SHERMAN IT •' ! ■ ■BEAM NEWS HEMS >F DR. J. 8. POWELL. OlF II60N ON TRIAL IN COUNTY COURT. INUINE BOLL WEEVIL Ivage Exhibit* Specimens of rhat Is Damaging His Cot* •Unless Hot Sunshins gmes the Crop Wilt Suffer Greatly. % j .. rated for the occasion in cut .flowers and ferns. The bride wore a pretty going away gown of gray cloth with hat to match. She carried a large sheathe of bride's roaes. The affair was very quiet and only intimate friends and relatives of the young couple were present. Mr. and Mrs. Hutson left this after- noon for Fort Worth whence they will go to ChlckaBha to reside. v The bride is a charming young lady, who was born and reared In Sherman. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Dulin and she has a host of friends in Sherman, who admire and love her for her many womanly attri- butes. Upon winning such a prize the groom is to be congratulated....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 12 September 1906

fe'-i K iB?. THE DEIflSQlf DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, BlPTlMBK^ll 1 Whenever || An eye finds relief in a shaded ♦ j 4 I I t ♦ I or clouded glass something i« wrong with the interior of that eye. It Needs Attention If it were not so the light would not Irritate. Seek Advice, The kind wo can give you—the kind that o:iU can t;e plvon af- ter a thorough .'iu'' intelligent examination. I ♦ t • / ♦ ♦ J i i L. B. Moore, ■ JEWELER. 216 W. Main St. Opera House ♦ ; $ ♦ l! |j t ♦ I; t ti DAMAGE DONE TO RAILROADS TERRIFIC RAINS IN INDIAN TER- RITORY LAST NIGHT CAUSE SOME TROUBLE. OTHER NEWS OF RAILROADS company will place on «ale ft 1,000- mile book at a flat rate of |20, use not restricted to purchaser. The inter- changeable mileage book has boon re- duced from $30 to 135, the purchaser receiving $5 <>n returning the cover instead of *10 as heretofore. .! York, to fulfill the terms of his con- tract. *!. Devlin Is 31 years of age and cad been in the employ of the North- western road for th...

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

■1 'W"" K9B P ■™- Wm**. Wmmmrnll ■M; V® fff W >«l«f ;*. , >- tm, Ifl 1«;, IMS •WY ■■' ■ DAILY HERALD, iWlitltfllllHHIIH ' ■ . ">* "ANY Y"R* *** *** «««"" A. if "The Cup That Cheers" ■ That was before the perfectly blended coffee wu discovered, and the delicious beverage that is uow produced by the use of jsSgg^f Mk%$W ■m- i COFFEE was then unknown. Try WapCo and If it doesn't please you, ask for < i A & < ' your monev back. , ' PURE Aluminum Ware WILL NOT SCORCH OR BURN. WILL NOT RUST OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. we HAVE IT Hall-Leeper Hardware Company OUR LINE OF- Boy School Shoes Are the best to be had. We had them made to wear; good solid Insoles and upper stock, so they can be half sdles often, and the leathers will take a nice polish. Boldrick & Swan NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING AT THE BLUE FRONT RACKET STORE 220 Main Street 75o glass water pitchers for 49c; 25c glass water pitchers for 15c; I 75c glassj bowls for 49c; 40c heavy hotel goblets, 8 Jor 25c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 12 September 1906

tot;,. . Summer Tourist Rate take the Old Reliable. If M 1 I I I FV THE DENISON DAILY HEftALP. WKPHMPAY. SEPTEMBER 12 6-5-4-WILL NOT. WASH OFF Through trains. aleepera and chair car* without change north to St Louis and Kana&s CUy; south to 8hreveport, Daii&a, Fort Worth. Waco. Houston, Galveatoc, Austin and Saa An- tonio. If you travel be a^re your ticket reada via M.K. &T. 8PECIAL LOW RATES. $?,1.55 to Chicago and return. $33 70 to Cincinnati and return. $Jro.&5 to Louisville aad return. 12290 to St. Ixmia acd return. $17.30 to Kansas City and re- turn 117 45 to Memphis and return. $15.45 to Galveston and return. $!i.£>0 to Amarillo and return. tZS.10 to City of Mexico and return. $.>0.00 to San Francisco and return. $70.00 to San Francisco via Portland- and return. Cheap rates to all principal points in the United States. Tickets on sale dally. For in- formation call or write. J. GERLACH, T. P. A„ 122 West Main 8t. Both Phones 201. E. A. KELLOGG. Ticket Afle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 12 September 1906

■ K '<>- '• * ! < ' £4- •: •<'/$'■ \ '' ' \' MR a"' gUP; '.tfBSJ y.'o; O THE PENI80N DAILY HERALD, in. * V *1 '- "tp>' W«nt advertising '.• raise# aalarlta" oftener than they are raised by Mth« generosity and appreciation of employ* era." 8ometimea "the boaa" valuea a flood man lightly un- til aomeone elae wanta him, and trlea to gat him. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 ' FOR SALE Real. £atatau. '^"•y t'w&rs day*. A bargain. T. W. Nevtll,, 8bet- tnan, Tex. ►...♦. ao-ttwx IB ACRE or t lots on Washington St. Beet building site In city. $1000. X house and kit 907 Nelson St. John Brownbrldge. 217 Chestnut St. New |«wwa a. rARM of 84 acrea 5% tulles oust of Den- Ison on old Bon ha in road; 35 acres In cultivation; house and b«rn. good well, plenty of HtoOk water; good thnber. ; well adapted for fruit, truck, poultry or dairy fkrm. Price ISO an; adre. part : cash, balance on easy terms. Sec T. J. Crooks. 28-tf t.OTH, Rwxl 4-room house, good well, good cistern, fine lawn, plepty...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 12 September 1906

'■VV ' * v. THE DEK180N DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. HHRRPp^raR^raH •'1 fflro I ■■II, 1 - *i j *"■- *' Our Celebrated DANIEL MANNING PALMAR HOUSE IOC CIGAR HAS BEEN REDUCED TO «5c« SMOKES LIKE 15c. HANNA The Up-to-Date Druggist. S **' I UtARU ABiillT TOWN , vtfrt!* f-WS'WHrWe'V >■ I Cottolene! Cottolene!:: n |'f : h H& A trial bucket of eottunlene will convince yon what a pnre Article It is. A fresh shipment of this in this morning. If you are not already using it, let us send you a trial bucket KNftUR-BROWN Grocery Co. I! 8 bars EJlko Lady so p, for 25^ 4' • > Stop In shd take a look at our < ! I low priced !: Sewing Machines:: J [ We can sell them to you cheap- J J 1 1 er tban you can buy them else- < ' > • * > < > where. < > ;! C.J. O'Maley 41 120 Main Street n : *al Y : Yal Ya: Ya'" It wasn't a college yell, eiUu>r. Not taacUj. It came la aarlll trebles irom two little girls up on West Gaudy uie other afternoon—two little girls with...

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

fj*% !lii :T '(•'tf'V-:■-'*• ' '•'■• )Wr «•" --—™-~ : -•>"' "•" : ' m m Xr~* .ffefe THE DENISON DAILY HEFALD, 8AtkjRDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. " 0 in items must be at the Her- « p. m. Friday to Insure Hostesee® Will phNMNt send of events as soon as possl- rence. Phone sociegr re- ierald office; or phone 280, IO OF ™T SEASONS. i the world in the golden dawn rlth the happy dreams to the heart's core, 'the lurks, from a dew bath a daisies, foes behind her, and ber bliss fair, with a grace "twist tears lughter, tender rain hid In violet eyes. Lent lilies in hair the wet tangles, thes our her love in the sunrise. tids the world in the full June Kht. like a bride robed to meet ridal hour, winds bear the breathing of ses; Dn and coo from their hidden Bui bower. i. | soft, comes the sighing of the #ef. * ay ^ayn where the brown bees light and music, with Joy of |s and waters. (id sun aj-e wed at the year's tide. the world In the rich Sep- er twilight, eaves and red round her ma- brows; gold of h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 12 September 1906

i ml. : V;.<' 1HP' r}M$% 1 ®3j "?• ■ -5; ■ >' '■ vrtMf, S 10 THE DENISON DAILY HERAIJ), 8ATURDAY, BEPTZMBgRJB, #\V4*aT^^w'■*<? u'1 ■"■ "■■■■'■ ,Mf TV#' :' ^ ■. * I .11." ■>.! 11^^.11*1 ^".lli ii ' | __ JUST A FREEZE 001 GAME EXPERIENCE OF AN AMERICAN ADVENTURER WHO 8TXRT- ED A LAUNDRY IN THE REPUBLIC OF SALVADOR. I she lost the Simpson chap : suit*, her mother said. "I moved my Bible and hymn | to the Marshtown Church a I later, so I shouldn't have to m Oree< woman and Mary Jane Sunday. I've suffered pretty well for j my folly. 1 tell you—and I learned my ! lesson once and for all.' | ' That bov coming: along the road'll probably tell a Rood deal more about ihe weather prospects in five minutes ., , i ! than 111 ever tell as long as I live. "Antonio Ezeta, president at differ- j the shirts back, done up, in four da> ., rJl bj(1 ye KOaA day."—-Youth's ent times of few mlnuu . earh time of | «Jw HZZXJ* hl* head< uarters j Companion. the Republic of Salvador, showe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 12 September 1906

ft/'%•' •%' f ': *' #3F ' ; .ww^ wm ■ ' PS '• sg; $ •' •> .'^ 11 i 1 1,1 ■ II ■•w* > THE DBNIBOW DAILY HfeRALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. it Deniion Berber Shop most up-to-date In the South, Bre the best people go. Politeness, jess and best service is our mot- Best bath rooms lu the city. Try electjlo massaging. LOUIS PARLAT, Prop. immer Tourist Rate TAKE THE Old Reliable. Through train*, sleepers and chair cars without change north to BL Louis and Kansas City; south to Shreveport. Dallas. Fort Worth. Waco. Houston. Galveston, Austin and San An* tonlo. If you travel be sure your ticket reads via JUT. ^ SPECIAL LOW BATE8. $31.55 to Chicago and return. $33.70 to Cincinnati and return. $30.95 to Louisville and return. $22.90 to St. Louis and return. $17.30 to Kansas City and re- life. ' A / . .> $17-45 to Memphis and return. $15.45 to Galveston and return, f t $14.50 to Amarillo and return. [$38.40 to City of Mexico and Bturn. $50.00 to San Francisco and (turn. $70.00 to San Fra...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 12 September 1906

V. . ■ • - • .. ■ „ ■ yfj H I THIS II JEW ISO I*' JDAILT H EE ALU. MM mm mm Mil >♦«♦ ♦♦♦ H M•♦♦♦♦♦♦ m Mill THE WASTE OF. IT. HIT HIM HARD. Hubby—You've been a fool all your life. VVifey—You seem to forget I refused you three times before we were mar- ried! •IIMDABITC ANOTHER. A CRITICAL SITUATION Voloo From Bolow (to girl fri>m tho country)! *!• th% bath rtady y«t1* Susan: "No, ma'am I've pourad in abaut fifty eanfu(«, but tha bottam covarad yat. Bhe—what do you think of Payn- tee's landscape 1 Ha—Well, nature can't accuse him at plagiarism. BETTER OFF. NOT QUITE. THE MERRY WHIRL SAME THING. Gladys—I was so happy over Jack's letter. I fairly hugged myself. May—Well. I was happier than you. Reggln called on me, and he did the hugging. Angelina: "If I wara to dia tomorrow, dear, would you ba vary much upset?" Edwin: "I should naarly go mad." Angelina: "Would you marry again?" Edwini "No. I abouldn't ba quite so mad as that!" Crawford: "Why is your wife going to remain away in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 13 September 1906

O' National wat.v '-■-v ■.■ «. TEXAS. ford. A. W. PUtter. Mmt. ' O. McKHinll. Cashlf r It 1X00 Mt wd Pborrrs.. u .om Director*: iu B. hlnihtw, U, IX H. Hobb. O. L. UlacKford. . r, P. H. ToWn, ^*1. A-Acbeaon. A. P. Putter. VOL. XVHL C. 8. COBB. J. J. M'ALEBTBIt President. Vlce-FrealdenL H. 8. LEGATE. Cashier. P. J. BRENNAN. Aut CaatUm, National Bank of Deniaou, DENISON. TEXAS. CAPITAL. 1100,001 SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100.004 Director* J. J. McAlester, 11. Kesensburgw W. B. Munaon, C. S. Cobb. A. 8. Burrows. P. J. Brennan. J. B. McDougali. R. 8. Lerata, C. C. Jlnka, W. 8. Hlbbard, NO INTEREST PAID ON GENERAL DEPOSIT8. NO. 63. I "• - . A r< ' DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1906. School Shoes FOR J ' iYr'-v. ..7*fc • * ; ■ ' ' " Boys and Girls. A|l Sizes and All Kinds off Leather Our stock of school shoes (or boys and girls is now complete. time now to shoe that girl or boy. Get shoes that will fit re got them. Dependable footwear Is one of our great speclal- and we are more ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 13 September 1906

*¥■ I I I' I r THE DEN1B0N DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. mm! THE OENISON DAILY HERALD THK HEKAT.D FUHUStHNO CO.. PUBLiaUEHd. Office of publication No. 205 Went Wood- ard Street. Denlaon. T<u Entered lit the Post office at Denlson as •rcond*<l«A.asi matter. Term* of lub^crlptlon—DaJlys One Week 1 '* < nv> m'inth ••• Vhre« months (If pail In advance).. THE SEMI-WEEKI.V HERALD. Or.e year $1.00 Subscribers d -strtnit 'he sildr'S tbefr papers charged *•111 DleaM tK>iil tbs old anil the r.«* address. s of give TELEPHONES NO. 21. <UNIQN ^£&|5N THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1&0C. • campaign of education along these lines and the sett legislature should provide for it. #■> < Denison should build miles of «Me- walk before the end of the present year. This form of improvement is highly profitable to the property own- ers and adds much to the appearance of the town. A home without side- walks seems neglected, and in many cases this is the true condition. Wher- e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 13 September 1906

H m *:-r. iwraflfCW K^V.r. * l ,-" ,• ,v\'.ni> >.a v" • 20 v >• • IMBflBni , -■ ..... . v _ i - ...j HMULP THPBS DAT, 8EPTEMBEB 13. ■ |Q « i NOT In mi )N PHYSICIAN ACQUITTED A JURY IN COUNTY COURT YESTERDAY. STED IN MISSISSIPPI County Citizens Who Retum- Old Homo on a Visit Aro rged with Murder-^cci- tnt on Denison A Sher« ' 1 ■ .v :J . *,A v. . man interurban. office of Herald, east aide of Item* of Sherman new* re- for. publication. Matty a per- to Sherman circulation en attention. New 'phone. No. 77; ono No. 76. LRMAN EVENT8 TONIGHT. in Tent No. 56. K. O. T. M., ir meeting, Woodmen Hall, sal Mystic Circle, regular meet- | Carpenter's Hall. i Encampment No. 21, I. O. O. alar meeting, I. O. O. J1. Hall. on'B Post No. 1, O. A. R ilar meeting, Harmony Hall. nan, Tex., Sept. 13.—Late yes- afternoon, Dr. J. P. S. Powell lson, was declared not guilty of ig the city ordinance of Deni- lulring a phyislcian to report }ltely the presence of Bmallpox i Jury before which he was tried...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 13 September 1906

I St Bfe • 1 \p W&* f ! ♦ I | * V I ♦ If It w# r«? not ho the light would not irritate. Seek Advice, The kind we can plvc you—the kind that only can ho Kiv-n af- ter u thorough and intelligent examination. L. B. ^oore, \ SOUTH CANADIAN RIVER FALL. ING AND NO DANGER ANTI- CIPATED AT PRESENT. CLOUDBURST AT ADA, I. T. JEWELER. 216 Mam St. Frisco Freight Crew Tell of Terrific Rainfall in Territory Town—Work Jo Commence on Frisco Dal- las-Fort Worth Cut Off in Near Future. TEXAS SOUTHERN RECEIVER. Taylor of Texas and Gulf Ap- pointed by Judge Levy. Longvlew, Tex., Sept. 13.~Ji*dge R. B. Levy of the Pourth Judicial Dis- trict Court yesterday appointed C.L. Taylor of this place receiver of the Texas Southern Railway. The road, which was first promoted by L. E. Walker of Marshall and largely sub- scribed to by Marshall people, for some time has been in the hands of a receiver and considerable litigation has followed. Opera House One Night Only, September The Hilarious Rural Comedy 14th ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 13 September 1906

V ,:'//;^ VvV;_;:.. , ■/• ■'■ .■'.. : : '': V wwm ,-«■■ ■ -V' **• r— : —- ♦ «« TOR MANY YEARS TIA WA« RECOGNIZED AS l £? fjAI f/. < !;:'■& %i%i- RECOGNIZED AS - * at Cheers" was before the perfectly blended coffee was discovered, anil delicious beverage that la now produced by the use of w m:)',«! \ *'. COFFEE ras then unknown. Try Wapeo and if It doesn't please you, ask for j our moncv back. PURE Aluminum Ware WILL NOT 8CORCH OR BURN. WILL NOT RU8T OR CORRODE. WILL NOT CRACK OR SCALE. we HAVE IT |Hall=Leeper Hardware Company )UR LINE OF- Boy School Shoes Are the best to be had. Wo had them made to wear; good solid Insoles and upper stock, so they can be half soles often, and the leathers will take a nice polish. Boldrick & Swan NEW COOD8 ARE ARRIVING AT THE BLUE FRONT RACKET STORE 220 Main Street 75c glass waterl pitchers for 49c; 25c glass water pitchers for 15c; 75c glass bowls for 49c; 40c heavy hotel goblets, 6 for 25c. Come and see our special sale on dishes Saturda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 13 September 1906

m! '■t:| if- 11 Pi THE DEWI80N PARTLY HERALD THURSDAY, SBPTKMBJBB 13. Accident and Health Insurance Yo« don t know until you in- vestigate. how easy it is to tarry some accident and health insurance. Let us show. It is something cver>' man can af- ford and no man can afford to , be without. S. A. PITZER, Agent N. Y. IJfe and reliable Fttre and Accident Companies. 412\W. Main St. Summer Tourist Rate AKE THE Old Reliable. Through trains, sleepera and chair cars without change north to St. Louts and Kansas City; south to 8hreveport, Dallas. Fort Worth. Waco. Houston, Galreston, Austin and San An- tonio. If you travel be sure your ticket reads via M.K.&T. SPECIAL LOW RATES. $31.55 to Chicago and retytn. $33.70 to Cincinnati and return. 130.95 to Louisville arid return. 122.90 to St. Louis and return. $17.30 to Kansas City and re- turn. $17.45 to Memphis and return. $15.45 to Galveston and return. $14.50 to Amarlllo and return. $38.40 to City of Mexico and return. $50.00 to San Fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 13 September 1906

■jra J,i•, . ^)*„;v • vA'', ^iA,''/w':.;:. . • , 1 1 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamaa THE DgyiBON DAILY HE&ALD THURSDAY. 8EPTEMBER 13. ''■'o Want advertising "raises aalaries" oftener than they are raised by "the generoalty and appreciation of employ- era." •ometlnnea "the boaa" valuta a good man lightly un- til someone elae wanta him, and triaa to a* hlm- foe sale Real Estate. ■j 'J-S 3$ tUIll small farm 4 miles southwest snlnoti. Must sell in the next 80 A bargain. T. W. Nevlli, 8h«r- Tex. 30> lino ICUKi or 6 lots on Washington Bt. building site In city. $1004. 1 and lot 907 Nelson St. John abridge. 217 Chestnut St. New St. of 84 acres 3% miles oast of Den- on old lion ham road; 35 acre* In llvutiou; house and barn, srood well, sty of stock water; good timber. adapted for fruit, truck, poultry farm. Price $30 an acre, part balance on easy torins. See T. J. 38-if >T8, good 4-room house, good well, cistern, fine Jswit, plenty of fruit, barn and outbuildings, for $1,700 ^Washingto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 13 September 1906

%fW. THE DENISON PAILT HBEALD THPMPAT, KPTEMBEl IS. Our Celebrated DANIEL MANNING PALMAR HOUSE 10* CIGAR HAS BEEN REDUCED TO bb5Cbb SMOKES LIKE 15c. HANNA The Up-to-Date Druggist i| Cottolene! i: Cottolene! ♦ FOR FIRE STATION NO. 2 agitation of the proposition HAS been revived. Matter Will Come1 Before Meeting of City Council Tonight—Views of Councilman E. E. Davit. A trial bucket of cottonlene will convince you what a pure article It Is. A fresh shipment of this in this morning. If you are not already using it, let us send you a trial bucket. ! KNAUR-BROWN Grocery Co. 8 bars Elko Lady soap for 25* Damp DISAGREEABLE Weather causes MALARIA and chills. ROBERT'S f Tasteless Chill TONIC Entirely cleanses the SYSTEM and the causs is REMOVED and i no CURED. CURE FAY POISON A movement is again on foot, and this time with greater promise of suc- cess, to establish and maintain a sec- ond fire station in the city limits, thus inspiring prompter service on the part of the department, and grea...

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