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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 December 1906

TT Km jo?';' s m niMI E®iW pflSK'w^ :-w HRg R¥|Tf — Mm lofl't forget to present I your B- ...White Swan... Coffee Wrappers 1st. Your Dealsr Will Explain. Savory Roasters > FAR 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. SEE 8AMPLE IN WEST WINDOW. It' tv. I mmm Hall-Leeper Hardware Company m- ^©©©©©©©©©GDaJSxSXSXSJSGJSXBSXSXaXSXsXSXSXSxSxixsxSK^X^i/SX*^ *SK£>®<sX5> Why Not If . ,..... -■•...•. Give Him ■ Something Useful for • * '* ■ ■ V" ' r ,.■ ...'* .'••• • • a Present? We can furnish you with anything In footwear, shots, house (Uppers, foot warmers, evening sandals, leggins, rubber bout** all •lies, and men's hosiery. Men's felt slippers, black Juliets, patterns $1 50 Udles' felt sappers, brown, red^ black, gray and green, $1.23 and ••••••••«••••• • •••••••••!•.•• <•«•*•*••••••••....... • • .§ 1 50 | Children's felt slippers, red, black, fur...

Publication Title: Denison Daily Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 December 1906

. .. !v ilWW^I W Iljl THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20 HEti! fe B4*"r tm p ■ I"-: . til' Ht!* m1 Elf. WHITE SWAN braid on food product* i the eobleEi of parte- E «*y ,hjn« packed «der the WUte So w Dried Km lo te die ttr/ l«t the irtejBpptie.p cJted iriuk f r c i u i by ita- prorrd processes, do cotoric^ aer «2uJtera- cf try cWactcf cv-ci White Swan u t guarantee of the bat that money can boy, jo if yw are food ci good tiuugs to eat. tlwri icsut upor. While Swan. If your grocer doe* not kcrp White Swan. fend u< hii TfiE Wapies - Platter Grocer Co. Deouoo. Fait Worth. Dallas. ~—5— TBADE FOLLOWS THE FLAB The sales of Wapco Brand canned goods are ever on the increase—'Trade follows the flag". Hie Wapco Flag is a positive guarantee of purity. Wapco means pure foods. Wapco means extra standard grade at popular prices. This is a Texas guarantee too—and we are the only house in all of Texas, packing, owning and guaran- teeing our own Brands of Pure Food Products. If your ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 December 1906

" ><«' ■ t*,' *> f IS'- f'- * % w^'w^""' . W—>i w Wi" ' A want ad will solve the ' 'V *H . furnished problem of [' w.. <5U< * . |r. w4 room." HELP WANTED Male. LEGAL NdTICE. Real Estate. DENISON DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20. * ; 'fmW '••■♦<s-.-fi.-S*}, ■1P11 the markets today — JK, 1129 West Oandy 11. W. Ungo. r.ROOM house, cheap. Appty 'M« S- g ?ar«. ■ T farm* near Denlson for sale op -term# at bargain prices. C. C- rty. I-lino L FA KM for sale at a bargain; _ miles smithweat 'of Dentoon.-• r. H«vlU, Bliertnau. Tex. !•>- "gAl.K at a BAHOAIN-Thlrty- Vnfres land, 4-room house, large 'close to city Umlts. aouthsaau In- jl7 West Munaon street. i -u home for sale, 213 West "J; Mrs. Potter. Sear* 18*4t Fuel. .yiTOOD and heater chunks; post- bl:irk1 ck and hlokory make the . (iro blK load for a doltar. l rompt L„y Waterstreet'a Woody a rd. New S4R, old phone SS3. 5-if iN WOOD YAK D—Both phones; e*. delivery; biggest load town your money; New- phono 114, Old ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 December 1906

' • g|«| mi mmm THE DENISON DAILY HKRAXD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30 m i, the kind that the public ap- preciates. When >ou caU for anything here you're sure to get what von want Our flock Is complete and up-todate We can fill >'onr *ver> want <iuIck,J and wtixfactorilv. I so vour telephone whenever we can terve you. Wo keep me - uenser boys ready to deliver your orders or call for and de- liver prescriptions without extra charge. HANNA, THE CAREFUL DRUGGIST. Have your packages registered here. Every Man Has His Price Some of them have three or four. My price for the genuine McAlester coal is $7.00 per ton, $3.75 per one-half ton and $2.50 for one-fourth ton. Remember It coats for delivery almost as much for one-fourth ton as to deliver the whole ton. Every- body* gets exactly the same price and same service, and un- questionably the best coal sold in the city PLENTY OF WOOD. G. W. Carver. Both Phones 199. ; +♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦ TO INCREASE IMMIGRATION Mi i SECRETARY LARK...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 December 1906

v ' -:". • ■ . l , - tj: ,•>( '1!, 'A/ - IMH . |F thirty-five years of unmarried life entitle a woman to the so- briquet of "old maid." Elisabeth Falrchlld could read her title clear, but of those other attributes sup- i to mark an advanced state ot ! blessedness she possessed none *ias sunny of dJspoaltlon and with the optimism of girlhood, her bubbled a living spring of JJEnt Which ailed her deep eyes .happiness and made the smiles fJbout her llp as she worked In Jimi« studio or wandered among liS, and woods back of Highlands, the littl> country town—where we wa8 considered the early of the individual—she was re- Mi with great curloilslty, and rtre tiie speculations rife as to Porobable "chancea" during those "when, as art student and teach- bad been absent from home. _ keenly aware of the attitude „• fellow citizens, her heart sunk i a letter from Stanley Callaman rand abruptly announced that he I arrive at the Highlands the • of Sept. 8 In order to discuss , new designs fo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 December 1906

■"Wi ■ 10 both m 't THE DENISON DAILY HEEALD, THURSDAY, DBCEMBER 20. A nice line of Christmas Perfumes and Toilet Prepara- tions at Robert's ! Drug Store FOUND! —A mild, harmless Laxative that you hear from in one hour! —Never fails! —Never gripes! —A permanent cure for Head- aches, Constipation and Bilious- ness! The name <<f this wonderful Laxative and Bracer is SAL-TE* ! NA, an Effervescing Fruit Seltzer. SAL-TE-N A circs Headache like I magic, and cletr-i r it the Bowels ; within one hour after taking it. The very worst ui^es of Chronic ' Constipation are quickly relieved 1 and permanently cured by SAL- | TE-NA. Why? Be cause it is composed of Phosphate of Soda and natural fruit acids, a combination that is not only perfectly harmless, but promptly ..effective. From now on we will receive daily the celebrated morgan city OYSTERS AND FRESH CELERY. We also handle the pur® New TorK apple elder at 50c per gal- ton is gallon l«>t only. Frank Mamola 207.' W. Main Both Phones ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 December 1906

. Miw —~ IMfiPi • • ■ • #;• ■ mmm = more ouns than men. Increased Army and Navy Expendl- i turea Deplored by Senator*. Washington, Dec. 20—Senators barren. Hale and Scott Indulged In a llscusslon In the aenate yesterday de- • storing increased expenditure# In the inny and naval establishments. It yu occasioned by the postponement of action on a bill increasing the artll- jgry corps. Mr. Warren remarked that he should press this bill to a con- clusion before the fortifications appro- priation bill came up, as be believed It useless to appropriate between |C,- goo.t'00 and 115,000,000 to increase the | fortifications of the country and then fall to provide men to properly man them. •■We now have three guns to ev- erv man." he remarked; "have ex- pended more than $100,000,000 in car- rying out the scheme or fortifications recommended by the Endlcott board, wd yet have made no Increase." He suggested that he would like to hear from Mr. Hale regarding the p vy, etc.. as Mr. Hale was a me...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 20 December 1906

*jv m *• wmmm mmmrn > m ta THE DEWlgON DAILY HERALD, THUB8DAY, DECEMBER 20 :f 't-. PLENTY OF -Good Things- TO EAT. CHICKENS, TURKEYS. EGOS. FRUIT CAKES, NUTS OF ALL KINDS AND THE BEST COFFEE IN TOWN. W. L. HOBBS THE GROCER. 723 s. Armstrong. Both Phones. THE GIVING OF ;: A Gillette j | Safety Razor MEANS 3*5 GOOD MORNINGS OF CLEAN SHAVES AND I COMFORT EVERY YEAR FOR ! A LIFE TIME. THE WALOROIf DRUG STORE "Where medicine la purity." J. F. TINSMAN, PROP. ruiWf *• • •••••••♦• M. M. PIERCE C. W. SMITH H NICE, BIG, YELLOW, JUICY j ORANGES, California Navels From 15c a dozen up. And • • A Few Firecrackers,; J ;; Likewise some num. < > Remember, the price Is al- !! ways right at ;!The Cash House,! Whers a Dollar Doea It* Duty. Exclusive selling agcnta for A Chase * Sanborn. | 202 Main St Both Phones 398. \ DRAUGHON'S d&tiineUffioUegeir PenI on. Tex., cor. Runic Ave. and Main (St. FL Worth nd Dallas. 17 Colleges in „15 states. POSITIONS secured or raon«y KEFtTNDKD. Alno teach B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 21 December 1906

state national bank. PENISON. TEXAS. ackford. A. F. Platter. * Vreildent. Vlee-Pwwldent. m a. Meglunls, Ca hler. , Ru.. T. P. Foley, Assistant Cashiers. , . . .. v' •••♦ • $100,000 (ius «nd PROFITS .... 100,000 Director*: Elliott. Elihu B. Hlnshaw, Madden, . N. Kobb. ' j"to. Q. L. Blackford, elSouBsffl.' ' P. H- Tobln, atter, A. \V. Aeheaon. :1 > i ;v~ O'CLOCK LLvici-'rS^nt. vol. xvra DENISON, TEXAS, *BIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1900. c. s. com national bank of dsni80n. DKNOJON, TEXAS- < Wl'ITAT 'IS?'!!!? SURPLUS and PROFITS .... W.tW> Director*: J. J MoAlcter, «^r,bUr8'r' W. B. Munsoji, C. S. Cobb. A. H. lturroWH. 152255°' J T, M"Do««a«. ^1^ '- Tbe y I < V'.\ f WHAT CAN BUY THAT SENSIBLE XMA8 QIFT8 porto ricans most wait LEADERS IN CONGRESS DECIDE TO NOT GRANT THEM CITI- ZENSHIP FOR AWHILE. NEGRO RAPIST LYNCHED MATTER OF PUBLIC POLICY would BE MORE 8EN8IBLE OR BETTER APPRECIATED THAN A PAIR OF PERFECT FITTING, STYLISH, UP-TO-DATE SHOES OR 8LIPPER8T THIS 8TORE 18 FILLED WITH AS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 21 December 1906

' . mt Kg HR - Bk,\ m ,y / if mm fl« i* M ,''U 4". ■uL-, . >A' Tffi BER1S0N DAILY HERALD TKK. HBJLAi-t) FL"BLJ^,UN,J CO" PCBU««M } _ vfl «0l5 WV«t Wooj- «* «r |wKw*ttoO *** tri fire*. THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21- w>. vr«i jl is* w>tv<* •' °*,,"on "• n t(rr- -««* * (nsb^Ptlan-Dally Oe*- w «3fl* Ve- ,00k «W ism r rik ■: IM ) xhm .Jf |**M l* kAi% trk gBW-wkkklv mehai.d neas men abooid get busy and Inaugu- rate the co-o.^ram* plan which has x-en workup .* s'aw*s«fully on the Carpenter• | Staff rtv J out of Denl- son, OnPM*ra*£ Aa.«i roads clubs and getting e**rjtvii;< ought to be an easy pkh/hmK-jm la Hunt County now, Othmt Mistya should take wanting, Tb# CkMwNS wC who §«na> sway to <fiB> Tfc* eaggMscft/a thuja* *%*, bt>„, a smvtew tot* -jif want* everyone ; • the holidays i-t Ji>r the city. I is | "TO# nowAia is i «o>«d one, and *H" 'L?' only render rit"' may render 4 jwnctKw iw Tiii/wt; v ttiey acquaint j. «.)., *'"is «aw- «n/nwr,*Jii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 21 December 1906

r ''ffl.- jowTfwPV'V ' ■> • 'V-': ®if ftW •JSm&f&B !WW«1 :'..■ r!/'. HE DAY AT ISH WORK MO ADJOURN TEACHERS' INSTITUTE KO.BD A SUCCESSFUL SE8- * SION THIS MOANING. IVY DAMAGE SUIT FILED §y Ada Brown of Deniton Asks M., r A t. Railroad Company to Pay |3S)000 for Death of Hor Hus- band—Other News of the County 8eat, |" ; o'.nct of Herald. east aide of Item* Of Sherman nawa re- ' for publication. Matter* per- . to Bhermin circulation en ' attention. New 'phone. No. 77; 'phone No. 78. [ aherman, Tex., Dec. 21.—The last of the Grayson County Teach- Institute drew to a close this and adjourned a little before This afternoon the teachers are ering to thetr homes to spend the jt. The morning work was con- by Dr. Peterman, superintend- ed the city public schools, who upon "Some AspeotB of the philosophy," with special ap- on to education. Tor. W. S. Sutton, professor of edu- In the University of Texas at i, left for his homo last night, i leaving Dr. Sutton remarked to Jd reporter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 21 December 1906

'' ' !■/ ' WR 3> 'Uk':' IE THE DBHIBON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21 ITE SWAN pineapples Are «D selected from Bahama flodt, the finest Pbe Apples grown. Are packed immediately upon cutting, prepared by a new process that retains all of tint luscious freshness, so loved by people who have catm Pine Apples in the Tropics. Everything good in cans packed under the White Swan Brand, if your grocer does not keep them, send IB his name. THE WAPLES-PLATTER GROCER CO. Deoim Ft. Vvofth Dalas MOKE WAGES, 8-HOUR DAY DEMANDS OF 45.000 TRAINMEN FILED WITH RAILROAD MAN- AGERS YESTERDAY. LINES OF WEST LID SOUTH was mora than ordinarily heaw The TuU optn^U for service D^c. 20. JOtn btfliev* that the Mime objection' The KrUro aeut out imitations to Ute will not apply to men cn through opwnlug of th* *i*uon HOW THE Forty-Seven Railroad 6y«t«m« Involv- ed and Increase Will Amount to $8,000,000 a Year—Central Col- lision at Thornton Caused by Train Wreckers. TO CURE ANY DISEASE. TW Cau Mul be Rew...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 21 December 1906

HBfi S®!* Tf m?iiMmtmm * '\ -m." . '"IBs \% MH( • xd'WxM >♦«+• THE DENISON DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21. jon't forget to present ■ your • •• Coffee Wrappers • It Before January 1st. j Your Dealer Will Explain. nKimwuKiiniimwiwtxwxx^MM,^ LOCAL | NEWS NOTES TONIGHT'S CV8NT#. "The Little Joker," 1 B. ot "Universal" Coffee Percolator Makes . ■ coffee, free from Hra? bitter taste caused by boiling, and re- taining all the delicious, aromatic fragrance of the coffee bean. A healthful, appetizing beverage. Prats Hall-Leeper Hardware % Company Arthur Dunn in Opera House. Ball by Gate Ctly Lodge No. 15 R. T., O. R. C. Hull. Choir practice) Flrat Christian Church. Denison Lodge No. 3, K. of P., regu lar meet tug, K, of P. Hall. Denison Lodge No. 161, I. O. O. K, regular meeting. I. O. Q. F. Hall. Woman's Union Isabel League, regu- lar meeting, Labor Hall. Denison Local No. 536, P. D. & P. H , regular meeting, Labor Hall. TOMORROW AFTERNOON. L. T. L., regular meeting, home of Miss ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 21 December 1906

.. V. ,H « mm THE DENISOW DULY AT, DECEMBER 21. STILL MAKING COUNTY UNES NEW 8TATE CONVENTION PUT IN YESTERDAY AND PART OF LAST NIGHT. OTHER NEWS OF NEW STATE w-: "* ■ fif'o. life wk';': mmi I' T!; B wm I Safe Robbers Loot Strong Boxes In Two Business Houses at Sterrett. Tams Bixby Called to W«sh. ington—Indictments in Timber Trust Case. — — :■/$*: k- yfo'-fSpyy m MU? V2 Store Open Even- ings Until Christ- mas. change. At midnight the convention wan still In session. Guthrie, OkJa., Dec. 21 .-Friends of the county boundary committee report drove the proposition for all it was -worth yesterday In committee of the whole, witb a view of disponing of it before the holiday adjournment, which h set for tonight. This action was the result of the executive Democrat- ic conference, which did not. terminate Uktil nearly 2 o'clock yesterday morn- ing. and in which it was agreed to jive the report precedence In the com- mittee. The opposing forces from both Indian Territory and Oklahoma partici...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 21 December 1906

BP -■ J. ' ■ ■BEi? *■!•' ■>TW pa _ cl Nv^'ia P -m& •••'* & A4■ rffiL ttpm p. 11" in . mr ■■JBfSL ■ - - FOR SALE. Rul Estate. wwy / vw^ A want ad will solve the 1 „■ ■ vft •...■•• v.v.:*" ". '.{■/ problem of "that furnished room." ■K.. rSo R, 1U w«.t Gundy street for ji. \v. Ungo. 17-tt r.nt>OM house. cheap. Apply 140# i\ Hours. l8'tr vTurras "ear Deniaon for sale on ' terms at bargain prices. C. C. r'y. „„ iAU«s sou y Nevlll. Btu- ^lk~OH B Seres land, n close o city e S17 West i'V *t a bargain— ■ntnt< house, large aftssrws 10MK for sale. 213 West et. Mrs. Potter. Bears 18-4t Fual. *ffv _ ,voOD and heater chunks; post- blsekjaak and hickory make t ie fire; big load for a dollar, prompt vcrv. Waterstreet's Woodyard. New Be 848. old phone 383. 5-tf ttsoN WOOD YARD—Both phones; luick delivery; biggest load In towg tor your money; New phone XX4. Old •ffUl 45. 612 Main Street. 8-tf nVE WOOD and heater chunks. Post white oak, black oak, red oak, oak. bUrr oak. blackjack an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 21 December 1906

HH iHPf&nHNfl X... WmMi? Kt4 §§s '•.V- .v" H $® « the denison daily herald, thursday, december 20. Ste s ' 'If jam mm v j- M W£b I When the Uver Lags The liver's work U greatly lu- cre^ during U e winter months by the heavier food, eaten, especially during the Holiday Feasts A tired, ileepy. "headache/" feeling Is * symptom 0'an ov"" taxed, lug*iBh \N hen the liver las* take hanna's liver regulator. It trill lend the necessary aid and make you feel like new. Mild and effective but doesn't HANNA, THE CAREFUL DRUOQI8T. Have your packages registered ENDORSED BY COMMITTEES BOARD OF TRADE AND COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES FAVOR MUNICIPAL COMMISSION. IS UP TO THE TUX PAYERS Resolution Pa ed Recommending That an Election Be Ordered to Determine Precise Wishes of the Voter*—Another mjm Meeting to Be Held. condition of Denison, he said, was good, the apt bonded debt being Ics-s than 9KO,OO0, Ho had heard It sal<) that Denlaoj) has a smallter debt than AS any clly or ttai n\w In the Urn «l B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 December 1906

■ o It Now... $y v* ' ' >; ••; ■' Today—don't wait until Monday. IH lo Store open until 10 o'clock night and house full ot good clerks to wait on you and more useful and nice presents right here than you ever saw before under one roof. Store open until 10 o'clock tonight, but if you can't come to- day, come Monday sure. Vu,' j I'm'. DEATH CAUSED ST ACCIDENT deputy sheriff lee burgess ,1 wu,*tim of fatal fall yes- To.x terday afternoon. c ••'Wf m MADDEN'C I T I ONE PRICE-CASH THE PUCE TO BUY SHOES VJ TOBIXBY TO EXPLAIN 18 FILED BY ATTORNEY ^fT TO BE SUBJECT OF rjllGID INVESTIGATION. DEVELOP k SCANDAL l of Special Inspector Foulk 8ald it* a Bad State of Affaire ;■ h Indian Territory—Mr. Blx- lay Make* Statement Re- garding Charges. on. Dec. 22.—The charge* i M. L. Mott, attorney for the ku made against the admin- ' of the affairs of the fire i la Indian Territory will, In all |se Talks By n^-j .- Jig , H i I to pat on more help this "> boss fs a crank about ople properly waited ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 December 1906

the mm omit herald TMK II ERA I-n rv \M x° CO PUBUiiHBM v.. v'n juiS West Wood 0tti<* «f pubdcaUM* > «*• .1 stnwt. Toi**- wnd M ^•"J,rjfflulrl>fn"0r' ^ Hooa<-(k t Of tubWriP1*1"1— ...I .1 (if •dv*«p«t .... ?-f# TMK SEMI-WEEKLY 1IE.HAUD 11.00 Qp< yi*sir TELEPHONES NO. 21 BaL;''.' m SATURDAY. DECEMBER 22, 190U. There teems to W> a dearth of news iftwa Panama. Deal eon churched are advertising, which shows that they are progres- sive It is probable that the 3torers have enjoyed other Christmas holidays more than they will those just ahead. Have you ever noticed that even In the busy season the constant adver- tiser is always a little busier than his competitors. The municipal commission is bus- iness and that is why it is a good thing and appeals to such a great number ot voters. Denlson has a reputation for doing thing.; and that makes It the more necessary that she should not fail in any undertaking. The commission form of govern- ment cuts out graft. It is therefor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 December 1906

mm w '■t 'Xiiffi*: Mm? m Mm ■ '•' ■■'■ AT SHERMAN THE DENI80N DAILY HP.P AT.n KATTTPT>AY, PKOTBMBER 22 ~— .in" i 8 APPROPRIATELY DECO- r£D AND PUPILS RENDER terestino PROGRAMS. " iM.%.' , COUNTY SEAT NEWS ■ V . * mm; uncil it Its Next Meetlna Ex- to Put Commlaalon Govern- nt Proposition Up to Voters, etlng of Baat Sh«rman 4 Debating Society. < -*> ... ffll! :2w v M >• T": offlc# of Herald, cut ride e< Items of 9h«rman news re- fer puWtoaUon. Matters per- to Sherman circulation *Sen attention. New 'phono. No. T7J no No. Tt Ban, Tex., Dec. 22.—Following 11 beautiful custom of many years' Friday afternoon, the pub- ois of Sherman exemplified freal spirit of tits Christmas holl- l <rith songs, story telling and ps attendant upon the gifts each child brought for the ■J T ' * |jt tho development of the city's i school Bystem there has also i gradual change In the public | Ideal. Where formerly the ob- of tho schools was to turn out I informed men and women, skill- i btml...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily Herald — 22 December 1906

• vy &<w nil i ife- ' s5v.-" re-. l?£; • If HE' k j W. fefesji IIM wtjm. m W; c FortyYears IN thb T)mBomjpm TjaaLkLD, Saturday, dbommi n. = ' IS HMD ON THE EMPLOYES HANDLING CARS. rogard to lo«4lng)- u M esmwe can do ao «ood, Oeorge W. Grfceo. loc*l b« accepted tor their violation." Tho agent for the Frisco, eame down IW llfflllU Ull agent* are warned tliat if there is hu office thfjp jporniog ia rather a «ny doubt as to the proper handling reckless humor. And for a half hour and routine of penalty cars, the *uper- h« Jammed hot air iuto the ear of a inieudent tnuat he aeked for iostrup- H«-ral«J rt'portar it ut the awfui coa- tionn. The agent* will also t < heW dltion which now coitfraata a freight reapoaglhle for the prompt unloading agent. . , .••,/. mmm I of all, car*. • ,<>p¥\ , "Tbene people are all right." f"*H CENTRAL TO MAKE AGENTS PAY jf th# cojnpanjr lnaiata on holding Mr. Green, "if they wouldn't alobber PENALTY FOR IMPROPERLY 'agents and othera" reepontl...

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