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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

eSBSW' ^' v • • ' \ ■' w% ..'itflS0 < was Mine Annie Anderson Is visiting at Dallas. Herbert McLarry and ulster. Miss Verale, and Miss AIta Hose. of No- bility, visited Misses Llnnle and Hal- lie Cooper Monday evening. Mies Lee Stewart Ih visiting her aister, Mrs. C. T. Carmachael, at Dul- las. Key Long of Allfti Is shaking hands with friends here. Miss Alma King is visiting her ster, Mrs, McAnally at Moreland. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Reed and daughter, Mlas Eflle, visited at Mc- Kinnev the latter part of the week. Prof. Tompson spent Saturday and Sunday In McKlnney. Miss Beula Webb will have charge of Mrs. Rosser's music class during the summer. W. A. McDougal and Tom Forster made a business trip to McKlnney Monday. Prof, and Mrs. Rosser have return- ed from a week's visit to 'he for- mer's sister, Mrs. Thornton, at May- bank. Mrs. Rickerson spent the past few days with relatives In McKlnney. Leslie Rickerson has returned home from Dallas. Mrs. Kendall of Nevada Is. visit- ing relati...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 25 June 1908

Bp* jpjHajWTWiy few Joe W. Barnes 'QUALITY CORNER' Will C. Gerrish CmW >9*7< Oolctiitt A4r«rtlri*| C*., C*| JUNE 20, 1008. Dear Friend-: Meal makes good bread, meal makes mush. Oatmeal makes good mush for breakfast too. You can get so many nice breakfast dainties at the grocer's.f Best meal and flour, oat meal, all breakfast foods, etc. Your friend, JACOB. P. S. They sell so manyjbreakfast foods where we buy that they are always fresh. Mama sends me always to BARNES & GERRISH GROCERIES AND PRODUCE Phones 9kf and 525. : : ' McKinney, Texas. Have Your Concrete Work Done by the FRANK L. WOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY the man who started the "ball rolling" in McKinney and has built most of them—fully nine-tenths of the new concrete sidewalks put down since he came here a year ago. REFERENCES To these parties whom we have built for: John S. Heard, Dr. J. A. Caldwell, J. T. Couch, J. C .Rhea, S. O. Scott. Geo. W. Kox, H. L. Davis, W. C. Robinson, Geo. L. McKinney, Odd Fellows Lodge. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

.J?*''-'' H 4Mb*« -. m t 'w*. -'>* • « «c - cmocroi- fWK.< E NT Y-FIFTH YEAR, NO. 22. McKINNEY, COLLIN ('(H'NTY, TE VAN, THlltSDW, Jl hV 2, 1N0M. CHAVNCEY DEWEY V PGR CONGRESS Chauncey Dewey, u Collin county reared young man, who attended the public schools here for a number of years, and who has a number of relutlveH as well as many friends here, is t« make the race for Con- gress in the First Illinois district. The Chicago Record-Herald con- tains a large photo of Mr. Dewey, and nays: "Chauncey Dewey, who. It la announced, will enter the race for Congress against Martin B. Mudden in the First dlHtrlct, 1m a well known club man and watt one of the only two delegates instructed for Taft from Illinois. Mr. Dewey Is 'the son of a millionaire, and Is highly edu- cated. He Is a large laud owner in western States. lie la of athletlc bulld, has a strongly knit frame and Is noted for his marksmanship. Re- cently he married Mie daughter of Bishop Mllbtpaugh. Fits Well. Smith's Nerve R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

II f *si ' v,v" :; ■ —— ?, ■■•y.'P& Ife# Kflp Bp? .1.: w P' n ■' / '' 18®'®'' es Academy Spend your money for the best in- struction ♦ Patronize teachers who know and associate with students who learn. Attend school where the students are taught to use what they learn* Jones Academy is the best school in Texas for a good student. Music, Elocution, Painting in con- nection. Athletics in season. WRITE FOR INFORMATION FRANKLIN G. JONES, Pres. McKINNEY, TEXAS "f •5 iwmi MlOMf Perfectly Delicious That's the only phrase ap- plu-ablc to lite Soda Water drawn from the fountain at Bristol's Only pure fruit juices and tin* best of everything are used, and the resultant delirious drink is a moral certainty. We serve Alta Vista Pure lee ('ream, Pine Apple, Orange, (trape and Apri« sot Freezes. Come to our Fountain ami court good health. R. E. Bristol, CITY DRUG STORE "In Business For Your Health." Phone 56 South Side Square. McKINNlfl\ TEXAS. The Truest Economy a man can practice— thoroughl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

*8 V ' ''' ■' '< iv, I — i, im. L 1- ■*W 1 1 L f I ■ ■ | i Great, Greater and Grander. Greatest showing of cut prices ever exhibited in Mc Kinney under one roof. Plenty of ex- tra salespeople will help wait on you. {Sale positively starts on the second. Wait. Get ready. Gome rain or shine. We are looking for hundreds of people from every corner of Collin county. IOC TOWELS 5c 500 Honey Comb Towels on sale at each only 5 c 5c CANVASS 4c Yard wide Big C Standard Canvass, while it lasts yard 4c 35C FABLB CLOTH 23c Pearl White Table Damask on sale at yard 6:c COTTON CHECKS 41c Cotton Checks that sell else- where at U l-2c on sale at yd 4*C BIG LOT CALICO and Fancy Lawns, selling at other stores at (i and 7e, jill stacked < ut during this great sale at 4 l*2c 6c CRASH TOWELING 4c Think of it—Crash Toweling worth tie. Short pieces see them at yard 4c 6 1 2C DOMESTIC at 4c Sea Island Domestic will he sold during this sale at yard 4c A Positive Fact What a lot of old Junk our competit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THT'RSDAY, Jl'LY 2, !! «« Watch for Hammonds1 Street Parade Saturday July 4th • < V.1*y lotions Must be Sold in the Next 13 Days te one of our iic bandana handkerchiefs wheu it 'is wet. Now listen—we have ■the regular wholesale price—read them. This is no Barnum & Bailey side show IcKinney, bought by one of the best, buyers that ever went into the Eastern mar- ie advertise and watch our competitors try to buy up sozae of our great bargains i : aist Given t Five ering the morning peeping Re- positively <*k, Saturday ready, load Sweeping Reduction in Our Silk Department. 35c kind cream white wash Silk, that which our competitors call "China ' which is only a wa.-h habitual S'lk, on sale at yard 19c 50c Sousian Silk, too many patterns to try to mention, just to heat the whole bunch, will sell during this Hale at the yard 25c 36-inch black Taffeta Silk that sells up to sfl.T'O yard, and is full yard wide, eveey thread Silk, on sale at yard 89c Powe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

■„ '■ ■''v:" K «btti bj Our T«x.. J vine Tlcknor and pons, Enrl and HmI her Hlnter, Mr . W. B. Smith, other relatives here Friday. Smith, of th* Continental and Trust Company, ham gone to Beckvllle, In Panpla county, to help out In the bank there for a few weeks. Byron In one of the county's most promlidutt youug buninoHs men and bankers. L*. T. Gay was h d«'lexHte from V vnda to the McKtnnay District Conference at Protwer b«st week. Mr. Oav Ik a popular candidate for county tax aasessor. President H. A. Boat of the Poly- technic College. Port Worth, was in our town Friday in the Interest ot his Brent school. Miss Lizzie Smith now teaching music at Sanger, was a graduate « f his school last yesr. Prosper and West Collin have con- tributed quite a number of pupils to the Polytechnic. Prof N K. Stone of the McKlnney Business college, attended the Mc- Klnney District Conference of the M. B. Church. South, here last week. Walter B. Wilson, one of the edi- tors and proprietors of the Dai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

tiSf*' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZKTTE THURSDAY, JULY 2, l t>8. I I I V. TOM W. PERKINS' STANDING WITH HOME DEMOCRATS We, the undersigned Prohibition Democrats of McKlnney and vicinity, take pleasure in recommending the Hon. Tom W. Perkins to the voters of thin senatorial di*«trl«*t. composed of Collin, Hunt and Rains counties, aw an honorable, upright and. moral gentleman and citizen and lifelong Democrat who lias ev- er worked for the upbuilding of hit* community and in behalf ol the principle of his party. Coming to Collin county when but t boy, friendless and almost penniless, he managed to start a smal newspaper and by dint of hard work, energy and perseverance has made a success, the esteem In which he Is held by his fellow workers of the craft being demonstrated by bis election as president of the (Texas Press Association, the highest office with- in the gift of the newspaper men of the State. While serving as mayor of McKlnuey he was elected president of the Mayors' As- Hocla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

1 * ■Httliii TH® WEEKLY % V * FOR YOU A Business Education TOBY'S Practical Business Colleges WACO. TEXAS N«W YORK CITY C^u.lU«,«M.M Stk «IWC ct..l#fcritAAw. ■••pint ilp and Acsdamlc Department* rr#. THE HIGH GRADE SCHOOLS Kntor FOR HIGH 6RADE STUDENTS ™ ummiuD IT u IkfM Trial M %M$3.50 •I •> lull vwtwv Toil Cm Writ* u l*tollK l« Lettai I# *fc#rt* *... Ituon—IRIEljjMTt BOOKKEEPING BY MAIL eaa INTERlRHAN - PROJECT. C - — Gainesville, V'liiMi«boro mtd Slier- nian Flip Mortgage to Ootid Iwh'lltMllKtoi. Sherman. Texas, June MO.—The Gainesville, White*boro and Sherman Railway has placed on record In ihe county clerk's office its mortgage uud deed of trust to the American Trust and Savings Bank of Chicago, for th© purpose of bonding the indebt- edness to be incurred in the building of the line from Gainesville to Sher- man. The bond principal itt due May ir . 1928, and bears (> per cen? interest. The bonds are redeemable Ma* 15, 1920, at the option of the holders. The mortgage Is gi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

i, I; —-L ■ ■ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-UAZETTE. THER8nAY. JPLY 2. 1908. THE -jf I'V oooi <,u \nrv .v iiiaitKi) S< OTOI LAW I'Elt V\ltl> V y < •' * £ \X- \f- -ft•' y • "t •% . 'V' 3c Ml \ S Wf(MH) T\VO.IME<E SI ITS $4.98 Ml VS S.~.<M> STETSON HATS EOlt $4.22 A HU« LINE Oh MUX'S II. A COLLARS 9c 10,000 VAItDS OE .V TO 7 1-2«- l,A<'E, l*Elt YARH 3 ic MEN'- (a tiiii line) $8.50 SHOES $2.39 MILLINERY AT LESS THAN HAl<E PIllt'E. MEN'S 2.V H ASH TIES EOlt 15c i,\dies siirriits rou Wilt continue 8 more days--closlng Wednesday evening. July 8. Our sale was a complete success—still we realize many of our friends from the country were not able to take . ^ advantage of this sale, therefore we havd decided to have I $2.68 8 MODE SENSATIONAL SELU1 DAYS \ MEN'S SilMOO TWO.I'lECE si lls Not a few odds and ends but every article in ihe house has been marked down regardless of cost or profit. Look for the Red Tags t * All goods marked in plain figures, and prices that will make ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

s ■■ *' , V' '"W; y™| t ;pfls iftSa&iWfe tgjte ■<&*■' m. IN REVOLT W< { HR$ [I''a BfelS B H m Del Rio, Texas, June 27.—An at- tack wan made on the Mexican gar- rison and town or has Vaeu, oepo- slt« Del Hlo, on the Mexican aide yesterday at daybreak, by about 100 armed bandits. Trouble had been anticipated for some time with the revolutionists by the Mexican government, and the troops at Los Vacaa were well prepared for the at- tack. The revolutionists here evi- dently organised In Del Hlo, an a large quantity of ammunition wan aold here yesterday. The fighting lusted until after 10 o'clock and it la estimated that several thoimand shots were exchanged, which could be plainly heard on this aide of the riv- er. It Jis Impossible to tell the num- ber killed and wounded, us commu- nication has been entirely cut off all day and no one baa been allowed to croas the river. Early In the morn- ing. P. R amlrez, a United Stutes citi- zen who was wounded, was brought into Del Ri...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

THIS WBBKLY DfcMOCRAT-GAZET TB, THURSDAY. JULY 2. 1908. RST WEEK OF ■One week Is now gone- In the Dal- f Courier-Gazette and Weekly ImovriMiaivtte'i contest. It Ik |l> h short time mull It's "all hr." Interest Is jumping by leapt. bounds. Those who take ad- htage and get started early will |t<l by far the best chance of win- It 1* remarkable how the ng ladles are getting support, citizens of this town and county always willing and ready to as- tt thoae who help themselves. It's CONTEST ENDED only natural ti.at If a young lady hasn't enough Interest In a popular content like this to ask for a little support they will give their coupon* to some one who really appreciate* them. Twenty-two grand prizes will be awarded to some one. It behooves all to get busy at once. In a few weeks all will be over and twenty- two girls will have their prizes, all as a tribute from the hands of loyal friends. Who will they be? |KK M)YK LEADS TODAY. Sts Mary hove. M< Kinney m Lena Belle Smith, M...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JULY 1, 1108 The Largest Check Book is no tcirptation to the thief. It isn't of the slight- est use to him. Yet it is as good as cash to you and better. CHECK ON THE COLLIN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK is not alone good for the money it calls for. It is a convenient way of pay- ing bills and a perfect record and receipt. Why not open an account and secure safety from either loss or dispute? If your affairs are small now a bank account will certainly not make them'smaller. On the contrary you'll have more time to make them larger. Collin County National Bank W. II. NKWHOMK, Pre*. J. I . Will ri:, Cashier. .McKinney, Texas. Bank Assets CONTINENTAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY McKINNEY. TEXAS *T|*HE MOST valuable asset any BANK can have is .the confidence reposed in it. It shall be our constant thought to deserve and build up confidence. To accom- plish this, we must do right,cheerfully and will- ingly, in both the smaller and larger daily trans- actions. j JAM...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 2 July 1908

iptits, m1 W jmfi, BBI MM Sixth June 25L— Joseph W. "defeated John Wesley Gaines ■ie Sixth congressional district In turdiy'i IVrkm mlir primary elec- tlon by a majority of fifty votas. Byrnes will Ihj B figure of considera- ble Interest in the next congraas km the member from the Hermitage dis- trict. Galiie* liuvln* been In office nearly twelve years mid ban a wide congressional acquaintance. Byrnes In an able speaker and a lawyer of ability. It < Hll't 11^ ttfUt. aUrrh 555 !• a constitutional disenne < rliflimt nc In Impuie blood and requiring constitutional treatment acting through and purifying the blood for it* radical and |i«rmaiMnt euro. The greatest constitutional lenwdy Is Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablet* known aa Saraatabs. imirtiiwi $1. Nasal and other Iwral forma of ratarrb are relieved by Calurrleta. which allay ln> Humiliation and deodorize discharge. Mc. ) SHOWS SI \ Mind Senator The beat of ull teachera la expe- rience. C. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

WEXTS-FIFTII YKAIt, SO. J; J. fv. Bh Bl Ick lite |rs. of |on (lit ERIL OF GIRL SOMNAMBULIST Washington, Julv 3.—A nineteen- year-old girl walking In her sleep. Clambering over a building front and i?«r roof and eaves, harrowed the aelingM of Georgetown residents In be early hours a few mornings ago. i« entire neighborhood was arous- by her screams and still the girl d not awake. To the fastuess of er slumber she owes her life. Alias Sadie Fettlt occupies the ouse at 3124 P Street alone with 1m Mary Thomas, an elderly wo- An. Miss Thomas Is deaf, aud in I the excitement when rescuers re seeking an entrance to the use to ascend to the roof she gave heed and the door had to be hat- ed in. The girl sat on the ledge 'if the building for an hour, her feet dangling toward the sidewalk, and 4§l«pt on, while the crowd below was tt a loss to know how to reach her fntil the expedient housebreaking ♦as adopted. This had been delayed, fearing that the noise would awaken fhe sleeper, and every on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

w m THE WEEKLY PEMOt'RAT-QAZE1 TB, THURSDAY. JULY 9. 11108. __ , ■ | Rf. J .... ■:: I I i / Great, Greater and Grander. Greatest showing of cut prices ever exhibited in McKinney under one roof. Plenty of ex- tra S'i lew people will help wait 011 you. Sale positively starts on the second. Wait. Get ready. ComV rain or shine. We are looking for hundreds of people from every corner of Collin county. 10c TOWELS 5c 300 Honey Comb Towels on .sale at each only 5c 5c CANVASS 4c Yard wide Big C Standard Canvass, while it lasts yard 4c 35C TABLE CLOTH 23c Pearl White Table Damask on sale at yard 6 c COTTON CHECKS 4JC Cotton Checks that sell else- ii where at (> l-2c on sale at yd 4«c BIG LOT CALICO and Fancy Lawns, selling at other stores at 6 and 7c, all stacked Out during this great sale ai 41*2c 6c CRASH TOWELING 4C Think of it—Crash Toweling worth 6c. Short pieces see them at yard 4c 6 1 2c DOMESTIC at 4c Sea Island Domestic will he sold during this sale at yard 4c A Positive Fact What...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

THE WEEKLY DBIIOCRAT-GA35ETTE. THURSDAY. JULY #. 190R. as Bargains. 'Money back satisfactory Purchase otions Must be Sold in the Next 13 Days on© <>f our 'Ac bandana handkerchiefs when it is wet. Now listen—we have e regular wholesale price—read them. This is no Barn tun iV Kailey si<le show \inney, bought by one of the best buyers that ever went into the Kit stern mar- ^ivertise and watch our competitors try to buy up some of our great bargains. K! ays Sweeping Reduction On Waist s and Underwear. tore one DS u has ever IH H < lu- ng days. A e <|iiiek. JJ bargain. Sweeping1 Reduction in Our Silk Department. 35c kind cream white wash Silk, that which our competitors call "China" which is only a wa.-h habitual Silk, on sale at yard 19c 50c Sousian Silk, too many patterns to try to mention, just to beat the whole bunch, wilt sell during thi3 sale at the yard 25c 30-inch black Taffeta Silk that sells up to $1.50 yard, and is full yard wide, eveey thread Silk, on sale at y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

— / THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZETTB. THURSDAY. JULY , t 08. PRINCETON HARDWARE & FURNITURECO. Z. W. TAYLOR, Maimer Hardware, Furniture, Queensware, Stoves and Tinware. Princeton, Texas Stock large, varied and new. Will not he under- sold for cash hy any house in Collin County. Try us. The Spot CasH House l.aev from Aitoga vlt— liflust week. Brock in sick at ill in ' IM)N NA. I 0 Farmers are very busy world i..? f their crops as we have hail Horn; pretty weather. Mih. John Handles and dausht Ettle, are visiting relatives at Alto- ft ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. I'. Abernathy and little daughter, Alary Lou. visited JMr«. Abernuthy's parents i<i Melissa. Mr. and Mrs. E. It. Clark and fani- 11 v visited at W'oodlawn Saturday nlirh t. Miss Valla Ited relatives "Grandma' writing. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Fagaia and daughter Edith of Valdasta were visiting Mrs. Fagala's parents, Mr. and Mrs C. \V. Coffey, Sundav. Mr. Bum Handles is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. George from Cham bliss visited here Sat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

MWMMfi ,?rT - v**"■■.' / M!) anai ■ THE WEEKLY QC RAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JULY 9, 1908. Democrat-Gazette >%■ h*:~ ■DBU8HBD EVERY THURSDAY "ii J. ■ i". W. Perkins, Walter B. WIImmi, Publisher* and Proprietor* Lansdale, Associate Editor. Itered u second-clssa mail matter F aubacrlbara—Th* date printed oppoaltr name on the margin or the paper or on the indicate* the time U> which your aob- la paid All anbaorlptiona expire on the of the month. Any aubacrlber not receiving paper regularly will pleaae notify ' We do not a«nd reoelpta for money paid on •ubrcrtp to paper, . . . day* from date of remlttanoe notify thla ofllt* rlptlona, but credit aame on allp attached , If credit It not ahown on allp In ten Oopi One Year $1.00 THE FOURTH OF JULY. Saturday was Fourth of July, the anniversary of that occasion when the Colonies served notice on the alghty British empire and the bal- ance of the world that they would CO It alone. England didn't like the Idea a little bit and proceeded to tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

I iwfrtS .•'lift': THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THCRSDAY. JULY 9. 1908. I y. rs s- n- ?n r- Kt r- of g. le in pr y. ly r, ST rt ► 4 a « ir 18 ly >r o. ir >n a Us. it The Largest Check Book is no temptation to the thief. It isn't of the slight- est use to him. Yet it is as good as cash to you and better. CHECK ON THE COLLIN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK is not alone good for the money it calls for. It is a convenient way of pay- ing bills and a perfect record and receipt. Why not open an account and secure safety from either loss or dispute? If your affairs are small now a bank account will certainly not make them smaller. On the contrary you'll have more time to make them larger. Gol)in County National Bank W. B. NEW SOME, Pres. J. L. WHITE. Cashier. MeKinuey, Tvxm. t i i i. K I Bank Assets CONTINENTAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY MtKlNNEY, TEXAS *TpHE MOST valuable asset any BANK can have is the confidence reposed in it. It shall be our constant thought to deserve and build up confidence. T...

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