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

mm ■ - ■ • • ■' " . 3> THE DKN1S0N DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. COLLECT YOU* [..White Swan... Coffee Wrappers n,,, d«*i making valuable -* White Swan Coffee Wrappers -HI positively expire on Jan. 1, 1807. Anyone holding them must present them for redemption before that time. mihimmiiimmmmm LOCAL NEWS NOTES 1 I Savory Roasters 1 FA* SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER ROASTER. Not an ounce of substance* lost Other roasters waste 10 to 20 per cent. Needs no water, grease or attention. Simply asks to be let alone. lili*•—•* . 8EE 8AMPLE IN WE8T WINDOW. Hall-Leeper Hardware Company We are showing a lino of low heel, gun metal and box calf shoes for la- dles for general wear, soft top and heavy soles, but not stiff ' $2.00 k PAIR. Wo are also showing a line of vlci In all the new lasts, in button and lace - $2.25. See our line of Buster Brown leggins In white, blue, red and black, also tan leather 75c TO $1.25. Our stock is complete of ladies', men's and children's felt slippers 75c 10 SI .IS...

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

' 3* •' I/IPI wfwr' ■■ in f IffiSffi"« BWlIv.' §§£" flfW' E^. P&;' jh,,\ # ' A'-v Ti'i cc W :-if; f# IM® He# THE DRIftBOIf DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. CONDITIONS ON THE ISTHMUS §2 bfCauM in* buUt of lh« colored laborers com* from the Brltlth W«t Indies 1 tin aaw th« French cowttl Mr. Gey a gentleman of eqiullir ton* service wd honorable record I saw the lieuten- . !) • tkhf OMcatlvt and admln- Utrttlr* officer*, under the Mufinrlnj .(and sanitary department*. I also mw ! and had long talk* with two depsta- (loei—one of machinist* and one repre- three daya on the Isthmus care Is taken by the Inspectors of TRIP TO PANAMA. MqpKl t ih« health department to acmre cleanli- ness In the houses and proper hygienic condition* of every kind I iaspec'•! between Iweaty and thirty water-cloi- ets, both those used by the whit* fro ployes and thoeo used by Mm colore I laborer*. In almost every case I foun I the condition* perfect. In but one «**•■ did I find them really bad. In this .. -...

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

■SHNHRBHSfli ||P ,,vUw.^,r ..^v?5 ' <. JEwXMSR T 5= r'f'rt WjS*. j j . ■ . THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. ; bfflBm? m?' $ A want ad will aolve the problem of "that furnished room." . fqi-H-p. FOB 8ALE. SSme, 1129 Went Gundy street, for aUli. W. UW>- ' yL 17*U . farm* near bWtlBO^for aido on term* at ba««am prlc* C.^ i fa KM for sale at « bargains mll<* south weat_ol Dtnl on. T. •fNtvUl. SlH-ritmn, ?««■ *« ^7 Ipfjis? gALU I teres I «ii?*tVest Munsoa street. Str-ROOM house with city water. ME Morton atreet Apply W Morton. *' Fuel. Pid heater chunks; J and hickory make io,d for ft dollar. I - .trcet's Woodyard. New phons 8 . -« paat- —e the Prompt rrnr"W00D TAitb—Both phones: .. kU«aaf Inuil In towtt E 'D "delivery; biggest load In town "your money; Now phone 114, 45. 612 Main Street WOOD and hSater chunks. Post "white oak, black oak, red oak ^ burr oak, blaokiack and tprlack. Big 16ad for III Still 0mr for $1.50, double th® Amount for Vnrt a whopper for 13. El...

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

CSX Coopers Remedies The JCareful Drugs'". HP TWm THE DgKISON D/HT.V HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. ' HI™ $SP BW A*i" UNCLE SAM IN COAL BUSINESS GOVERNMENT PLANS TO HOLD ANO DEVELOP SEGREGATED TERRITORY LANDS. INDIANS IN PARTNERSHIP I: |.;v mBHR Pi 1 1 i- 7' "U p your phone and keep out ef V* «nwd. We deliver promptly without extra charge. Stamp*, money orders and registry business a specialty. j|—Meat Slicer— \\ 1 r . ■ "JF. v ' it I Oar breakfast bacon and beef ' dfcer has Just arrived. We especially ask the ladies to step in and 1ft us show you how nice we can slice your breakfast ba- con. We can slice beef as thin 1 > 11 a wafer. So you dont' have to eat canned beef. how If you prefer your bacon o as a wafer. So you don't have at*. f KNAUR-BROWN f Grocery Co. THE WANT AOS ARC FULL OF BARGAINS. It It Scheme la to Form Corporation With Cabinet Officera and Choctawa and Chickasaw* as Stock- too holders—Charges Filed Against Bixby. Washington, Dec. 17.—Mr. Hitch- cock, secretary of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

O'CLOCK J. ; stat« national bank, PENISON, THUJAS, jU^kp^dent. YlefrJhmMmt. "fir O Mesinnla. OSahler. . Bue. T. r. Foley, _ Awlstaat Cfah^rm. ■ - noo.ooo t ,nd PROFITS ... 100.00# E&,; Director*: • m,,tt Klihu B. Hlnahaw, ■ waidii . IK N. Hflbb. ■RS O- L. Blackford, > DooksIL P. H. Tobln. ViUcr, A. W. Ache-on. rrawsflBr.' I*. '!? PP^' rmm W'V 'pop ' MS ' l^DSi MgfB C. B. COBB. vol. xvm. DENIS ON, TEXAS, tuesday, december 18, SOMETHING NEW Lily White Corset Cover Lily White is the name of a semi-finished embroidered corset cover with finished arm- holes and shoulder straps. It represents all that's good in a correct corset cover. It is an ibroidered article made in all sizes, ThJ the arm holes a continuation of embr 1 uiv ^<«y THE DOCUMENT IS VERY MILD PRESIDENT ROOBEVELT SENDS MESSAGE TO CONORE8S ON JAPANE8E EXCLUSION. TREATY MUST BE UPHELD edging. All that is necessary is a ribbon draw-string and a few stitches. It is the latest | novelty on the market. The Lily White cor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

'vW§* m JrTCf VU||| w ■ ■ fF i' m \ a I ' 1 ' '" « • ■ PSfip:'^ «T" f THE DEHISOM DAILY HERALD THE HKRAI.l* JflJUMttWO WHLnHtS* 1 ■ ' .. .... Js 3 W«R W«w* Otltcr. of No- 198 ant StwH. Dew**- T""* ^ur«d «t the IW** •« Iwnl^n' u* *co d-<cU4* ©*«**• •iVrnu of swb*r th>a—r*! > t .14 <U W <-fc ...■ 24 Or.t- mant* ;•••••, ',, S. 38 «tx months ur jwM «« ***«-' ^ ^ 'Oct year TKB SEMNW'KKK!^' HKP.AI.D. . .. Jt.M n>W« year • -• THE PgyiSON DAILY HERALD, TTHEgPAT, DECEMBER 18. TlXEl'Honw no. 21. LABEL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1' 1900. A SPLENDID WORK. The work ot the Den;son Hoard ol Trade is attraffittg attention every- where. Th<" cooperative road lta- aroveuKr.! piac has mad>- many other towns «it up and take not Ice, and tome Iuto already adapted the plan with news. plan of going out ataons tit« fanners and working for the development of Hie agricultural tn;*m>ts is s radical departure from the usual methods of the commercial wganiiatioa, but !t is winning eom- gtendat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

>,.f4 •Tf-'"., " ——■■; 'V iPt • mroflnH1 = THE DBglSON DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. | w HE -rrr -*rr COO follows, then. ijTTEt APPOINTED TO pON- f^KR ON COMMISSION FORM OF GOVERNMENT. down to hard work -—"—""T vv Peterman Retumea Lectur«a on L|*llih Before County Teacher*' institute-—Students' Recital at Kldd-Key College—Y. M. C. A. Board Meeting. !§f: ■ '■ o'.nc.n of Hteaid. eaat Mo of items of 8herm*n news re- <or publication. Mattel* per- SKl to 3berm%n clrcuiatlon «rrfu! attention. . New 'phone. No. T7; I ill 'phono No. it. Barman, Tex., Dec. 18.—The city «jj met In the city hall laat night Major Fielder, Aldermen Hop- Oribble, Birdsong, Shaw, Jeph- Hannah and the newly elected W. A. Morrison, present, administering the oath of office jUderuian Morrison, an audience 1 granted the committee from the erciul Club, consisting of P. C. G. W. Shrader, W. R. Brents H. G. Stinnett, which laid the litioa for a commission form of pment before the council and (or the appointme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

r. v H ' earn R >- / ftf f.,.' . I Wb M p. ^5 I .' r hum '•• .f; TO DENISON DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18 ; Boy Solid Leather Bottoios. \ If your shoes have ®0t leather bottoms they wi!l c0"?° apart when they thoroughly wVt Hay Star 6 Star bhoes, waning ou the bottom and you will uever Ret any other kind for th iuamp Is a guarantee, of srHUl leather. Prices range For men from $2 W to <$.f 00 For women, $1-50 10 • 82 3© For children, fl.!5 to J5.J 3© I.O* priced ahotrti from $1.40 to a" j ; L. B. EASTHAM; 1 307 Main. Caah Shoe Store. 11 1 MEN ARC POWERLESS *• I"JgM AC>lt t > ■''« T%ty Strike *t • • 4 ° " - To treat Daadr-aff. and FalBn* Hair, with IrritattB or oi! or: whirh a Isra- elite jrerm will PWP r. is lika seoortu 'w*t «* « the ocean to prevent the tUl« Ton cannot accomplish a satilfactory ciTwllhOBt harintt « right tmnderstanA- In* of the fundamental causes of the trottbfo. , Ton must kin the Dandruff O-rm. Kewbro'* HerpiteMe doe* this because It to specially...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

ft, ■ '■ ,:i& h ht,?S mt?!' •biVE-: •;.■*«• '■• V' •F f THE DEN180N HERALD, TUESDAY, DKOEMBER 18 Clbr3f£ im&8 Y«H* ISH'T eoienio. By katherine glover u Vtot. toy kaUMriM Glover.] T'WU Christmas ere, ana Curl'« little bobamlan restaurant was beginning t fill with gay, laughing folk, who sauntered In by twoa and threes, the men alapptng one another on the ahouUtors as they passed, bantering the little German proprietor and taking .'calm and easy pos- session of things, as if tter were well used to the ways of the place Shabby and ill kept most of ttem looked, but their races were fcright and their lips were bubbling with little snatches of song, orerflow- tog evidently from hearta full 6f gay- sty. At one table In a corner sat a man ggfrt from the crowd and clearly ob- livious to the life of the place, his eye- I etferiy watching first the clock an I tm the door. Once or twice be Start- ti ami half rose from bis chslr as some CM entered, scanning a Jace closely, Mly to sink ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

4 " & tmi il ifc••v fife gforfltt- = THE DENISON LLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. ■ r-!f nEfS & ■■<•' W-- WtMy'M HB 8 « ' ffim 6 I p 1 It*" — > ■ I •n.t. f; 217 W. Main St. Is there anything more satisfactory for a lady or gent than a good time piece? Especially so when a good article can be purchased at such prices as we offer. Ng Ng Ladies' gold filled watch, 20 yr. guaran- tee, Elgin or Waltham movement, $15 UP Ladies' solid gold watoh, Elgin or Wal- tham movement $22,00 TO $75.00 Gents' gold filled watoh, 20 yr. guaran- ty ■' $12.50 UP Gents' solid gold watoh $35.00 TO $100.00 Gents' nlokel watches $1,00 TO $35*00 Ladies' niokel watches $2.00 TO $10,00 Solid Gold Cuff Buttons $2,50 TO $20.00 Brooohes 75c TO $20.00 Scarf Pins $1.00 TO $25.00 Ladles' Nook Chain $1,75 UP A nice line of China, Cut Glass and other articles which will appeal to you for Xmas presents. 317 W. Main St. MOST FMOtB WOMAN CHEF MRS. ROSA LEWIS PAID $15,000 A YEAR FOR HER COOK!NG. if?S'4:' -■1 • A« Ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

WMfs* Ml- >: -mm WHAT WAS THE MATTER WITH GOLOHEL PRIM? < ♦?♦ ♦♦♦ fr +V . yny OBloMl^Prlm opposed Captain [ * -huner la bis « « 'or of tte ! Lionel's daughter Marian no one In ! fte prrlnon could And out Before the --tain evinced such aspirations hi* Immander showed en especial par- I Siity for the young offlcer, who waa IT, moat popular man at the poet. She ch*n«« can only be accounted for «. that distaste of a father to giving a, us daughter to any man. Tbe colonel carried hi# antagonism --lnat the captain ao far aa to keep J,, eye open for derelictions of duty «, the part of hla Inferior. Did the tain when called upon to report In Zwn at his commander's headquar- r Ls do bo with « single button on hla I nnlform coat unbuttoned he waa auye to receive a snarled reprOof. Was ' a spec* Of dirt on any of the composing the captain's com- on parade the colonel declared E^rir stz My of constant watchfulness, but he very absentmlnded, and no care sufficient to head off the colonel's...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

• irwnaTi i* liPliP vj ISJl iw'<, An International v Incident A HOLIDAY wJt'tiraljoa tts.it win long Up SfMMtttWd In the American navy J t&e "Sasta m,Clan* dinner" given in tha Urardrc^ni of one o' t a**'* &*m • gwboats of the Veoeraelan coast p*«a u fa*ve affc * on Chris-taws night but as ii vessel mm vu then at wa tV erent was posi- jxvned cat:! Sew Yea/"#. It «'<*•$ n % J*.,' ' 1 this occasion that *a Ital«xa >><>'(•?- Sttlp corcmantkr, wita w£r;:Se kiteu ton* toward the foiled Slat.* «j; f ' all ttMstr iobAbltaaw. ws« !«'g :M i; n peaceful thooglst* i>y Ft*'*! AnsHV.ia poneh, whieh the America «*<-rr dealt out to biro la stub qnant ' tMt be #TUlijr tail be would like to settle - to tbe western he teph«*. ' t n happened that ifoe 1 talis fas man- of-war and tbe l'*nkr-v' guntwat .itTif- «4 In southern waters' at about the same toe. Ttiere was the usual Inter change of ewsrtwies. Thea occurred the incidentI that aroused the Italian j; c&ptain's ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

W <¥ Si SE^1 • . /■ Jfo * /.. «W'W J^SS^r* i ' '" I-' — ■<J , ,. ^ ■ DEWIBON HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. m ■ *m | |0S FOR FLYIN6 MACHINE MAKES war department offer to wright bros. AN abilities of Aerial Navigation ^ present a Now Phase to the World's Military Experts. Hfir ,W> - Washington.—A secret bureau la 00 War Department tor the last two Mtrs has been making an exhaustive —search Into the subject of aero- and flying machines, •coordinate with thin lino of work, Mts have been made of a newly dis- eotered high power explosive. This ■■plosive in the discovery of the gov- ernment experts, and General Crosier, chief of 1116 ordnance department, uys it Is the most powerful explosive tbe world has ever known, far sur- ws ifig lyddite, Jovlte, dynamite and other high power deatroyera. The uv destroyer la especially adapted ^r use In conjunction with aerial *r r engines. The bureau making this line of in- veftlfcution is the board of ordnance ind fortification. It has been I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

THE DENIS OH HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. fit £ llS;' :■ n.* ■' ■ ScncD Ciuoreft CtotDca Samto's GlrSs^mas mud MS Our Motto? "Fair Play. BAITY'S BIG CLOTHING SALE BEGAN'THURSDAY, DEC. 13TH, AND C0NTINUE8 TO XMA8. AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY MEN'S AND BOYS* CLOTHING TO SUPPLY YOUR XMA5 NEEDS AT PRICES YOU USUALLY HAVE TO WAIT FOR JANUARY SALES TO GET. Here's the Reason We consolidate our two stores early In the roming year, and If you will look at the stocks you will see that there musi be some heavy selling to order to got the two Into one, and w© have always found that prices will make the heavy selling, and we are going to make tho prices—prices that will more clothing as it never has been mov- ed to Denison before, prices that we challenge any house to prove they match by telling the cost of their cloth- ing. Consolidation Prices About 100 men's and young men's suits that tost us, 10 per cent added, $2.20 and f3.30 and sold at $2.45 to $3.95 will be on table number 1 and marked your c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

<■ MKm. ,y: mmmm w — , f,'1/ . i, . (. ' 'v m i^:"~ i p nunes. MICAWABER'S XMAS PO not know hl« name. Perhaps It vu Tom. Moat cata of hi* per- vasion are called Tom. It la a sort of noncommittal nam? and la burden te the cat Marie Twain be once killed a promising bunch rata by overloading them with •es. Be called them Zoroaster, bur Mash, Apolllaaris and felatber- Alt*. I once knew a cat named plupey ghute, but he was fairly bosky and did lot seem to mind It. We might eom- Komlse by calling thla especial feline Mlcawber. He waa always looking for Kmethlng. Mostly it waa for some- ftmy to eat, and whan It wasn't that It ygg for trouble. Mlcawber had had a hard life. What lltween the world, the flesh and the ■■all boy ha waa up against It most «f the time. Aa a ldtten he had been ntred in comparative luxury, but that time now seemed to hhn, when be tfteught of It at all, like a dim. sweet jrcain. Mostly be did not thlpk of It, being too busy with everyday affairs. inch as fighting,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

ajm* <m{k ,•>-'' HI Kp®-b THE DENI^ON HERALD, TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 18- " 'Baity Beats the Bunch" Our-Motto: "Fair BMI r,-^w if %1 o. ■ If you dont believe it, come and see. We like folks "from Missouri" because we're careful not to make a statement that we can t back up with the prool it it s necessary, and it always does as good to "show" some doubting Thomas. Very often our customers find the goods a little better than we said in our advertisement—we would rather ve em pleasantly surprised than even a little disappointed. We like "boosters" a lot better than "knockers." If you're afraid your money won't go around, let Baity help'yon stretch it. The purchasing power of a dollar depends upon where you spend it. Be just to yourself and spe it where it will buy the most. That's all we ask. If we don't give you more for your money than you can get at other stores we won t get dumpy if you spend your money somo> where else. The strides we are making toward the quarter million mark...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

HT DEFEAT CONSTITUTION •n JTA, It, H3IN. llNIA. THE DENISON HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18 lir.' 6al members must be Ireful in framing ok. uahoma laws. ferdhy's proceedings Quanah Parker of th Comanche Indians Made an Addreaa to Del* gate*—Bixby Makea State- T ment Regarding Charges Filed Againat Him. nee- deri I TIi#.1 Pit' ft*1 mil del taW' |w*J ■ie, Okla., Dec. 18.—The advo;. of conservatism and moderation One constitutional convention are trying to impress upon the more element the fact that the con- wblch they are framing easily be rejected by the peo- rf Oklahoma, and thus put the atic party in a hole where it ot get oqt for years. In fact, /convention will have to exercise -I more wisdom than it has done " wy time so far if the constitution It frames does not have a nar- ave at the hands of£he people i new state. (w the first place, the county line on Is going to make a great vptes against the constitution, illy 11! the mapmakers insist on their small county slate down throat o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

■ v. v.-./" ' iwt, •v',-.. :W-' . writ - ,K W mw- ■ THE DEK1S0K WSRALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER iB HBPrl I /i^C : I, ■MR* - I jpfe*' - S§|k5?« V H EHm? ' v ; mi. ir A' m W0; few HfH* ate-' ■ |eM; ?I:V V wwm Ei|& s-k j§§ iff JK&V: Pi fe§; 18: . i | t># library Auar bad shut to wit* tlm j spring lock. Polly did not wish to awaken sny J member of tb# family. to sh* did not ■witch on the light*. Her own tiuf llfbt hut made the dsrknes* \ islbl*. It , was fearsome down here all alone In the dark, m *he hurried and pushed ; the aide table over into the middle of • «t t Mrs Li Huns Chaws, ! the room under the ebaudelier. with the itlneve I will." «id 1'oii.v ! mistletoe cn It, and then brought a tf( a ridienloua ; delk-ate, long legged, gold painted chair, rtinadoJ, that on tbe j on wiiieb she climbed timidly, listening . « jviiv uetore her j ail the while for a sound. cMmoey 1Bd the b^use | The ebaudelier wan high and Polly poll? and jviistletoe By OUVI MA«Ma It was crafty wtdtusht w...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

-4 PW;-1':^'v ' • ' ' ■ ;"'.T""'**: '' - vfT'- Yv, ' •". "' . •'■' . '■■ , ' • V.W J. . ' • ' •> -'• -kk >} *' ■: v - B 5 • * Php rw«fflF*Xal& y * ,.' ... .fv jjui'jtet ilasfcL 91 I'Spp^l THE DENI3QN HEEALP, TITE8PAY. DIOEMBER 18 \wm Christmas at Yu m On Km UM of Turn, wlwn ttw «Mtl r I* fair Had ttw children art alway* *t pUf. Chcy ntv« bam neat HttU stockinet tt *•«, feo thtf nin «baut barefoot all CUy- Hnd vhtn II to Chrlatmaa and tMto Claua comta n« almoat get* out oT Ma mltf Me h« otarthca la vain for aom* atocfclnga to Ml Oiun thtrc artn't any stscfclnga to tnd. ■ ON the la land of turn, by tlx tropical au, filbert people live right out or doora, Che* aleep In tbe shade of tba cocoanut tree Hnd cook on the and covered aharea- But when It to Chrtetmaa and Santa appear* He'a aorrf be made them a call, for how can he allde down tbe cbtamya, my deara, When there aren't any chlctneya at all 7 W "WAT up under the arctic circle ia Santa Clans Land. It lo the land of Ice and...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 18 December 1906

< ti% iilSH ■ ::il f^mL„ THE DEHTSOW HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. Mi. f " " mm I w OUR MOTTO?, "FAIR PLAY." 6 Make the Ladies Happy Nothing !■ calculated t<J please a lady more than a real handsome suit or coat ^ It take* bat a glance to recognize !n the "Woolte*" and "Priatzess" lines fashion's 2j| newest frills and the tailor's finest handiwork—they are the quality lines par excel- ^ lence. We are selling them at prices which should prevail In the Green Tag sale, but ^ we have a great big spot in our heart for the ladles, so here If you want the handsomest coats shown in North Texas we offer our finest line of, "Wooltex" and "PrlnUess" coats ranging In price from 11*76 to *35.00 at fit.95 to W5 00 One lot of ladle*' whlfe waists In oxfords and fancy white materials that coat u« 82c to $1.10 and wftd at 98c to fl.33, choice now 4W A big loes to us but it helps you. Fine silk waists, this season's newest fashions In plains and the fancv plaids, waists ffil The Prices .... tha...

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