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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

TWENTY EIGHT PAQE8 THIS WEEK. SPECIAL. CHRISTMAS EDITION tocckln ocrat- •1.00 PER YEAR. McKINNEY, COLLIN CXJITNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER UO, KM Ml. VOL. £1, NO. 4A. j sOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCoooooooooooooooooo City of McKinney 'oooooooooooooooooo< In many particulars McKinney eu Joys advantages that are possessed by no other town In Texas. Situat- ed In the center and the captltul or the richest agricultural Country l the United States., the population 1* composed of a substantial and weal- thy people, who should breathe u continual thanksgiving that their lots have fallen In such pleasant lines. The growth of this city has been gradual, Indicating stability, and every enterprise now In operation la coming up to the anticipations of its promoters. The town has mills of every description and some factories As a commercial ceuter, McKinney , Is without a parallel In North Texas. A large amount of cotton marketed here each season, and wheat, oats, corn and other farm products In equal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

' >p,' H The Democrat-Gazette. P i«Mm4 .jrfry Thuwday. TOM W. P**™®' WAliEBR B. WILSON, ocpln ,rst i _1„ Mfl £ wUl ii M MtT - srfsiss&s KUtc*. few $1.00 itmd aa second-clan mail matter. lleKlnney, Tex., December 20, 1 0«. Bank robbers are touring Okla« boma and playing some star engagc- menta. Collin county lands are high priced. They are also high In qual- ity. The coming of the Sherman-Dallas Interurban will Inject new life Into the town. Bre many months have passed McKlnney will have a street car system. The man with a big crop of tur- keys Is finding little fault wl h the short, cotton crop. Both of Collin's representatives have publicly announced their Inten- tion to vote for Senator Bailey. Santa Clans Is completing ar rangements Tor a triumphant visit to McKlnney. Work unceasingly for McKlnney. That is the best known recipe for town building. When an enterprise Is started, let all work in harmony. In unity there is strength. The Uoosevclt-Sterer episode is beginning to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

r*f« AWgctahk Preparation for As siailatlng tttc Food and Reg itla- ling (he Stomachs andBcmels of CASTDRM For Infant! and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Promotes DigeationCheerful- ness and ResfcC on tains neither Opium.Morphine nor>IiueraL Not TiAnc otic . ^ouarSAMuaetramt A perfect Remedy forConslipa- Hon. Sour Slonwh, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish- ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. 11{<>IvI h s itUI J) l)OSls'~]^Cl NIS | Bears the Signature of CMCT CCPY OF WRAPPER. In Use for Over Thirty Years MSTORIt TNI MMVMIN (MNNT. NCW TOM OrTT. INDORSES ISOOSEVEI/r. Bryan Say« the Xegroc- Should Have Been Discharged. [EC Lincoln, Neb., Dee. 14.—Mr. Bry« an declares thai President Roosevelt was justified In dismissing (he color- ed troops of the i'wenty-flfth Regl- ment. He says In The Commoner. "It Is inconceivable that fair- minded people should criticise the president for relieving the military service of a body of troops whose members w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

•-«v:^r/r ••• A City of Elegant and Costly Homes... ?> i Search the state of Texas over and no where will you find a city the site of McKlnney that possesses mi many fine homes. This la a t ub- ject for remark everytlrne a strangt-. cornea to town, and thla condition apeaks In no uncertain way of two well-known facta—that ours Ib a wealthy city and her inhabitants are home-loving. When a man spends five, hIx, eight or ten thousand dol- lars for a residence It may be taker* for granted that he is attached to that home. There are many homes in this city that cost these sunn., and some of them even more. Qo any direction you may In McKlnney and your vision will fall upon hand- some modern dwellings and well- kept grounds. A few of the old landmarks, substantial ante-bellum mansions, yet remain to tell of past grandeur, but iti the main th*> homes are modern and are occupied by a happy and contented (people. If the prosperity and happiness ' of a people are to be judged by their h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

u..uiu. 1 as I— U." —- I i, :• The New Drug Store Side Square. CLOWER & WOODALL Wish. You a Merry Christmas. and wish to remiDd you that they are exclusive agents for HURLER'S FINE 'CANDY they carry a full line of FULL BULK CANDY. they have all High Grade Cigars in Xnias Packages. they show an elegant line of Fancy Box Paper for Gifts. they sell Fine Pipes, Pocket Knives in Pearl, and Hair Brushes. Hot Drinks Cold Drinks The Prescription Department Will Not Be Neglected During the Holidays. It's Our Pride. McKinney, To I ho Farmers of Collin Count j. 1 can make you a good middle burner from your old steel beam plow. I expect to carry a lin- or busier shares also cultivator s.v cp- and plows at a price that will mean money to you. 1 am prepared to do flint-class work on carriages, wag- on?, plows and horse shoeing or any repairs needed on farm machinery. SCOTT Y, the Blacksmith, shop by Owens? Lumbei Yard, dwtf Some Suggestions FOR Christmas Presents Watches Bracelets Kings Brooc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

— TfirDtmwrat-Gaiette ~ t" •' * 1 >l4li 1444111111111 1 l"i"> 111111111111 Faiitahed —u -#■* Thursday.^ ■ w _XUU —t i * TOM w. wm*iN . WALTER B. WILSON, V •ad PwprWew. irv I I * . • tiipMrtsdkaUM3*«"?l° *b~T or3i7^5^s OMMI ,' , tnf If ortMIl M Of' ■ ""f ~_~~ •£ iJtw tela ol LOttfy iat" om°^ Subscription 1UU*. iim copy oae f« ' •1.00 ■HKT History of Early Days In Collin County... ; ;r i n r 1111! M 1111111 m ft"1"""""1""""""' '.""""i'. 11"""""""""1 ;# On the tit day of November 185*. mothers ionie patching of pants. 1 began life in Collin county and up- | Holes were bored in the round aide on the same section af land upon | at an angle and pins driven in for HUM rod as B*eond-class mall matter. McKinney, Tex., December «0, 11MMI. ♦ ♦♦♦♦ • ..CHRISTMAS..: «>♦ ♦ The mighty wheel of time, in it-* ceaeelers revolutions, has again brought to us the gladsome Christ - mas time, the season above all eth- Vrs when Hie spirit of brother!) love, "I "Peace on earth, gooil wilt toward men...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

McKlNNKV BI'HINKHH Eight Yrar* of Mo* COLLKUK U«'iuarkuli' .1 The MeKlnney Business C'olltK* is closing out lt eighth your Thl hu« been a year of the moat phvuoni enal success in t"he history of th« school. Perhaps no other collect over had the same kind of expcrl onoe which wo have enjoyed, and suffered ahd endured, during thesr eight years. ' It may be of Home Interest to tb< public to know, Something of th« prog teas which the school lias mad« luring these eight years. We begin under very udverso circumstances; There had been a number of at tempts to establish a business col lege In M Kinney, the year before we came, but they were till fail urea, and in some Instances even worse than failures, tnanv of tin patrons of those schools had beer ..t'ibe.l of their money, and a mini mule special preparation. We began a great many of our boys hav« good - ' >ur work, not In feai J tW d trembling, faith. We bad with "c nun w*iom traded of the merchants business college lojt their goo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

t . ... ¥. V I I P y< ": \ ■ T \ * k §Wk;-M'-\ ' ■ ' ;R % Look Over this List of Presents] "V£>OUR CHRISTMAS will be incomplete if you fail to visit Rhea & Scott and look over the handsome line of seasonable goods they have for your inspection. The prices are right and the goods are there. Make your selections at this store and you will not be disappointed. QMB sill GO w Q5 I J I <7 U\ t ill HJ Vj Ifo. Jewelry and Notions Men's wa'ches, IK sizj Elgin and Waltham, nickel case, at $.">.00 2o year gold filled case with .Elgin or Waltham 15 jewrl movement $12.50 Ladies 20 year gold filled watches, Elgin or Waltham $12.50 and $15.00 Ladies solid gold watches, Elgin or Waltham $20 and $3 ) All watches absolutely guaranteed. Mantel and Kitchen Clocks at rock bottom prices. Bracelets at $2.o > to $10. t Watches at $6.50 np. Rings solid gold at fl.oo upwards, Necklaces at $1.5o to lo.oo Watch chains (2o year) at 2.oo to 3.5o Silk watch fobs with gold lockets at l.oo to lo....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

I ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. s W ESTM I NHTKIt. of matrimony at the homo of the _ bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. ^ , Dec. IT.—A merry Christmas to Bass, Sunday evening at 4 o'clock < all ' In the presence of a few relatives Our farmers are about through and frlenda. The bride la a duugh- gatheiing their cotton. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Basa of this Wheat Is lookhtK Hne In this com- place and is well known and loved mumty. by all who kuow her. The groom We arc glad to welcome the fol-' is n son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boor- lowing good families to the "White man of Princeton. Their friends per Is visiting relatives here. J mm Braiel has moved Into the house recently vacated by Joha Lander* Mrs. Jesse Claycomb and children visited relatives at Coale's Chapel last Suuday. Mesdames Chas Rumbo and May Stevens of McCullough county are viKltlng their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mullen. A rent house on the fa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

F*i . *Terjr Thursday. TIm? «an for <me |«w p# y jaoond-cUsa " Detr«*«x •p.- apw ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦• ♦ (tt)R BPKC'IAIj KDITIOX. « The special Christmas edl- + tion of the Dally Courler-Ga- « sette and Weekly Democrat- Q ttawtte is be'9re >'ou- "*"he pa* ♦ per is Beveral times its usual « site, consisting of 28 pages and ♦ cover, and contains much niat- ♦ ter of more thau ordinary in- y lerest. It intsht have been bet- ♦ ter had preparations for its is- ♦ sue been started sooner, but in + the limited time of its produc- ♦ tion and the facilities at haud. ♦ the result Is even greater than + was anticipated by the manage- ♦ ntant. <0 To the merchants and busi- ♦ neBs men who have so liberally + extended their patronage, we desire to tender our thanks, + and to them, as well as our ♦ many readers, we wish a merry ♦ Ofcrigt mas aud prosperous New ♦ Year. ♦ ^ «> •> <• * * •> Pay your poll tax. The 'possum will soon be ripe. Make some one happy Christmas. The Texas KegfSt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

...The Churches of McKinney... No city, perhaps, or like sUe iu v Texas hr.s better church buildings *■'< than McKinney, and the membership of each If large. This Indicate* that the people of this city art' church- going ami God-fearing, a reputation • hat iB always desirable. Tho spires of tho mail) beairlful edifices art flint to atirue! tho a'mention of strangers and forcibly impress iv - on their minds the fact that t' \v are In a city where the teaching of the meek and lowl> Master have found lodgment and where the pre- cepts art* being practiced. Individually the churches might be mentioned as followA: mouth, proclaimed him both elo- quent and devout, and showed tho board had made no mistake in the select Ion. | The First Baptist cotigrcgatIon la at present without a place of wor- ship, the building on South Tennes- t • street having; been wrecked by a storm last spring At present their services are eonduct.d rp-'Mrs in the .I ohm on building on W< : Louis- iunn stree...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

m ' ' ' ? ♦ I « Chandler & Armstrong L :;:£^fxiB9nss9sniED DESIRE TO EXPRESS THEIR THANKS AND APPRECIA- TION FOR THE LIBERAL PATRONAGE EXTENDED THEM DURING THEIR DISSOLUTION SALE, WHICH WILL CLOSE ON JANUARY 1ST. ON THAT DATE A. G. CHANDLER T 1 X ♦!♦! I I WILL ASSUME THE BUSINESS ALONE, AND SOLICITS A -CONTINUANCE OF THE SATISFACTORY BUSINESS THAT HAS BEEN ACCORDED THE FIRM IN THE PAST. I < < < k

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

. ABERNATHY & CO. PHONE 589"®* Shain Brick. First Door North of Chccves Bros# Co., Dry Goods Store, McKinney, Texas. <• ❖ <• * •> v • AOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I I ; j W. Avery Dowell | w. H. Bertrand & Co ♦ <• ., .-, • • .-. .< .-. ,-. .;. ,-, ,-, "• M *« V £ ' M I - ' •«%> ^ \V. AVERY DOWBI.. I j. The subject, of Li foregolg cap- tion lqt the hustling manager of th< olil reliable J. P. l)'>wi 11 establish- ment, one of the ol lest landmarks lu McKinney. He is the eldest son of the late J. P. Dowell and since h's father's death has conducted the buftin Is a iTTo■ Inem and hi ■ m T 4' c .<• </• ea v i fia> £ Ut a successful manner. He hip off the old block," hence without saying that the bus- as been managed properly essfully. Mr. Dowell Is one of McKinney most progressive citi- zens. a man of sterling worth and a leader in all enterprises 'h;;t have lt> view the betterment of city or county. The business over which he presides...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

_ a " T >' :■ ' '••• v •• • W' ■" "it i>'" •' : '' -f'?-, I'M* ! * i ' ' i . !*■ - _ ll |l^a1iA!U i V''!' , '• il '^fs ■ (Ht , Am m** fcsp-V ■Hi(<l11#il ' rn ' «. •*-*<%• . 4>h#Mi . vt v* <1 it ••• , • r• **"* ■• >* **** -it*' ■•" ** •****. w, .-mr-** ■> .■***■ ***** • If X-IWAS OS A I , I 1 I ■ ■:1 f im I isp V f|v: NcKinney FAIR STORE .*** /■H * McKinney inneV w \ & « Furs and Wraps See our elegant line of Furs—we have them from 1.50 up. 10 ladies long coats worth up to 4.00 several kinds and styles to select from choice at $2.95 eaeh We are showing a handsome line of Ladies Cloaks, Too many prices to men- tion in thits sma'l space. Big assortment chil- dren* pretty Cloaks that sold up to 2.50 u bargain for you this sale at $1.45 You will save about 2f>c on every dollar if you will buy a wrap from us. Counterpanes an Appro- priate Gift 1.7;"> kind fringe marseille* white <|uilts on sa'e at 1 10 We have <Jui!tw that will be sold as cheap 70c ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

% Jl > ❖❖<♦❖❖❖❖<♦❖ <♦❖❖❖ f V f ❖ t V t X V ❖ ♦!♦ / f T T t y ■ i f y y y y :♦ ? ❖ A V ❖ t V ❖ ❖ t V * ❖ t t !« Y «'♦ y ♦; ♦;♦ M M •::t:i:s::i:j:i SSiiiili :r ::::::::: :::::: :::::::::::::: ntih I ii iillii ill Kii::::: iiliPiilH!!!!!! ::::::: iiiii a ! i I "V\vn tat?" illliliilllliiiiy •iiisiiliiit A! % .> -J .'.''/,4 V'~ w:f? •sSr.-rii-n ■'' ■■«* .• iSpssr.1 " *1'j - — i(t'A \( w !$* , c... >> , v "•. _ - -:•■.■ : —• •x'A-i' \-irn '•£*?/ 'Jr. IUv & 4 .r.VfT*-' - fimrrniii 11 Ml Hjfll1 / 11 1 | [f\ / J •' ri!!"> 4 i<pfc£; A Merry and Happy Christmas TURKEY and WHITE BILLOWS FLOUR Absolute Monarchs of the Christmas Dinner Your dinner will not be complete without both. Thous- ands of tables throughout Texas are loaded down with GOOD THINGS made from this FAMOUS FLOUR. Respectfully Collin County Mill & Elevator Company V y T ❖ t 1 1 f i t ? Y T y y y Y Y Y t T ♦> t y ❖ ❖ t t T T ❖ f t X ❖ ❖ f Y ❖ t v ❖ f f ❖ t "a ^ i f1 ❖ T Y y y i y T t t T ❖ £ x...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

; ...Collin County... ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ . J. Perry Burrus... ♦ i ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦!♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ /" ^ TIT, COLLIN COUNTY COCRT HOUSE. Toil might search the wide world o'er, and still not find a prospect so iuv.iting as the one afforded by a retrospect of the broad expanse of beautiful prairie, hills and vales of the grand old county of Collin. Sit- uated In tliv blick laud belt, she stands the pi er of all the agticultui- al counties « f T-xas. and, indeed, of all the world. The climatic condi- tion* are such as t « render the soil productive of ev?r> variety of grain, cotton and fruits. Fortunate, Indeeu. was the pioneer who, when Texas was thrown open for habitation, lev k>d upon his one hundred and sixty acres within the bounds of this fer- tile county. Collin Is among the older counties in Texas, having been settled In 184 2 and organized soon after the admis- sion of Texas to the Union in IN 40. It takes Its name fnm one of the pi- oneer settlors, Collin McKinney, n great man...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

,*•*< 3? ' **.. < ff / ' > > . STIFF DRY GOODS OMPANY Our Entire House One Big Bargain Counter r AS we are greatly over-stocked and weather conditions this fall have been unfavorable, we have decided to give the people of Collin County a Money Saving Sale, beginning now and continuing till the first day of January. Below we quote you a few of the thousands of bargains offered: t * I ❖ ❖ T Holiday 4 ? ❖ t •I Goods We have a large number of articles suitable for Christmas, presents such as Fancy Suspenders. Initial Handkerchiefs for Ladies and Gentlemen, Handerchiefs in Automobles, Trunks and Tele- phones to please the little folks. Also Silk Shawls, Circular Shawls and different kinds of Fancy Shawls at a very low price. 4 <M .itm <fBTi «k4 Wbi at We have a large stoekof Millinery which from now on till Jan. ist, will be sold at Haif Price. "My! I Forgot the Christ * t Tree I ? ❖ ❖ A ❖ V ❖ ❖ * Y * «*♦ t i Men's Shirts 200 men's white stiff bosom shirts, regu- lar va...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

I I. '1 . * MERRY CHRlSYMA [Pennington Photos Finished in the new SEPIA or ETCHINGS are the thing for Xiiiah. Special low priced oil tlie high grade work. Cloudy weather, good as sunshine. H. D. Mouzon Maker of FIm Photographs McKinney, Texa«. G. E. Abernathy Insurance Office on W. Virginia St. W A Smart D N Dunn McKinney Feed A Produce Company All kinds feed and country produce, corn millers, No 18 8. Tenn. St. Phone 1 IB J. D. COX, Mgr. McKinney, Texas. Wi Don't forget to ring 119 when you want the best MeAlester Coal. Can't heat our prices anywhere. We are always in the market for what you have to sell; see us before selling. Ask us for delivered price on straight or mixed cars delivered any railroad station. McKinney Elevator Co. Jesse Warden Moo<*y to Tel. Co Fire Insurance, Loan, Mg'r. Independent Kxpert Accountant, Commission Broker, office over Collin Co Nat llank, McKinney, Tex W.P. SUTTLE, after 18 years' business in one stand, wishes to thank his friends for their gene...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

LAW n New York, Dec. 15.—Present* would be sent 10 all boys and glrln *ho mall requests to Santa Ciaus this year If the postofflce departir.ent would only recognize a certain wealthy woman as Santa's proxy. Thl« woman called on Postmaster Wlllcox last week and In the name of a charitable society which she erpresented asked that all letters di- rected to the patron ,salnt of the Yuletlde be turned over to her. No matter whether they Called for dolls, muffs, bicycles or toy steam engines, is"'1 she would see that all the i i V-.- were gratified. If her name \.«ie mentioned, Edward M. Morgan, assistant postmaster, said, the public would recognize that she was abund- antly able to carry out her Idea. Had she any power of attorney from the person to whom these com- munications were addressed to re- ceive them? she was asked. She was obliged to say she had no such power. Consequently the postofflee authorities had to refuse her the de- sired privilege, and the legend of the driver of the ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

f*' w. A NOTED SCHOOL SSSSS< « /♦* f\ ^O ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ...Secret Orders... I ♦ ♦ DIAMOND BRAND snots ■ rOC^T I.OTIOOK.fflg •Htf m r Nearly all of the prominent lodges are strongly represented In McKIn- ney, and some of them own hand- some buildings. Following is a brief history of the leading orders: JONES ACADEMY—Established 19 02. Established by intelligent Collin High I'urpos**. county citizens in 1 02; object, to Jones Academy has before it the prove the value of proper conditions lllirpo8e of bringing to bear the united with best methods in hands .... .. of superior teachers; result, contln-1 « eure n*ht °r l«achin8 on the ued and rapid growth from the way of the student when the way ia flr t year; :?5 students and two through a well-chosen environment, teachers second year; 65 students The ideal Is that of the new South and three teachers, third year; 11'6 toned by the heroism of the South- students and Ave teachers, fourth ern Puritan, Huguenot, Covenan...

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