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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

'"'St:* : ' \ ' •« p# ' V .■ * ) 91.00 PER 1T8AR. ■WWHfgJU-—1- _i— McKINNEY, COLLIN CXHJNTY, TK XAH, THURSDAY FEHKt AltY 7, VOL. SH, X< . 1. A.fl. BUCKLE1 MEMURIALSERVI- PASSES AWAY A. D. Buckley, a pioneer citizen c: Collin county, died Tuesday at th* home of his son-in-law, Will Thomp- son, at Lone E!ui, of paralysis, after a long Illness. Mr. Buckley wa about seventy years of age and was a native of Missouri, but bad been a citizen of CoMin county for about fifty years, residing nearly all tht , _jhlle near Chambersvllle. He Ir survived by the following children: Mrs. Will Thompson of Lone Blm, Mrs. Tom Choate, and Messrs). Joe and Will Buckley of West Texas. He was a brother-in-law of T. L. Webb of Roland and Albert Chand- ler of Chambersvllle, an uncle ot Justice T. T. Webb and grandfathe of Mrs. Claude Bell of this city. He was for many years a member of the Methodist church and was an upright man and citizen, highly es- teemed by all who knew him. The Interment of the rema...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

(-Gazette. L Ill-ill.—UK Thursday. Plant some mora hens—they soon lay you In oine money. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER II. WILSON "SI PabUshers and Proprietors wn IV Hebootibuni:—The AM printed oppo«U« ■e ob (be autre tn of the paper or on the ' Indicate* the lime to wiitok your titb- it te piiid. AU eubecrtptloM «xplf j o I of W* month. Any nutwortber net re- t the peper regularly will please notify ua e te net eeMI reoelpu for eMieey paid ot leae, bet oredll mm on allp ••untied , If oredll te not nhowo on allp in ten B tote of reeilttenoa, notify tula office Hubttci'i| < iou ItuU*e One copy one year 91.00 Entered a* second-class mail matter McKlmtcy, Texas. February 7, 1007 COLLIN LAND QUESTION. The prospect of another green bug tie*" notion of the North Texas grain crop Is not at all pleasant to con- template. Much Collin county farming lands hnve been Idle al- ready for two years on account of abnormally wet seasons preceding their cultivation. Now unless the green bugs speedily ceas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

:A b o I I Ik The Kind Toa Have Always Bought* and which has been In use for over 30 years* has borne the signature of and has been made under his per-; sonal supervision since Its Infancy, j Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and <• Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of infan^ m ii Children—Experience . against Experiment* What Is CASTORIA Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil* Pare- goric* Drops and Soothing Syrups., It is Pleasant. It ^ntain« neither Opium* Morphine nor other Narcotio imbalance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverisbness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food* regulates the Stomach and Boweis* giving healthy and natural sleep* The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend* GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind Ton Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

Lvi;', Every Thursday. V. PRBKIN8 'ALTER B. WILSON and Proprietors Mn:-Ttii dau printed opposite i tb margin of t*« pa par or on U MUM tba time to which your iiub- . • paid All aubvcrlpiloiia mpln 01 tofUw month. AO) adbacriber 11-t r*- i pap«r regularly will plaaaa do lay u« «• M d raowpta tor money paid ol ooa, bat 01 *dlt aaaa on alip anaobao If oradli |« not abowo on dip In tot of rmlttanoo, notify thla offloo ON Bnbwrlptiun Kain one year 91.00 Eutared as second-class mail matter. McKinney, Texas, February 7, 1<M)7. —aabmjui.—a- ■ ■ *.jl— . .1. „ Saa Francisco stands pat 011 the race question. Better keep those winter clutbea well within reach. Keep busy In the right direction If you would go right. The legislative mill is now bus- ily grinding at Austin. wound, or any wound that Is bruts- -•d or inflamed. with a woolen cloth 20 minute*. The smoke will take the pain out of the worst case of inflammation arising from such wound. People may sneer at this remedy as much as they ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

Now for Pure Food Insist on Cream Baking Powder A PURE, CREAM OF TARTAR POWDER MADE FROM GRAPES ALLEN. VIM-: LAND w J. J. BEFORE COMMITTEE J. J. Simmons of the Iioren- Stewurt Company who upend* much of his time ia this city, wan a wii- , nesB before the Hou^e Investigating Committee Monday. He ' told of a conversation he had with Senator Bailey on tt train between Dalian and Dent on In the early part of I9t 0 re- garding the purchase of the Grapt- vine ranch. Senator Bailey, he Bald, naked his advice about the deal. He said that Senator Bailey went into many details, which he re- pealed to tell committee. These de- tails were in line with what Senator Bailey has repeatedly said in that regard. Feb. 7.—8. P. Bush Is visiting at Midland this week. Miss Antha Whlsenant entertain- ed a number of friends Friday night. Quite a number of young fuiits from our town spent Sunday in Hutchens. Miss Kossie Rolater entertained a few of her friends at Forty-Two Saturday evening. Mrs. Walker of G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

iff JS:* m n. Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER B. WILSON IWttnr*. PuMiahen. and Proprietors I ltabacf1t rt:-Tb« (Uw pnnud oppoalu* mr uum «s tb* m«r*tn of tbs mir 01 on tb* WfUMT ItdlotM Um tint to which rour «ub- toMld. All .ubMrtDtluu osplr o iki Snt of im month. Any •uoi crtl)«r nr. r«- JtViJtS pTpTr ^cul.rl) will pluM notify ua la not ikon on « p m_un of r ®ltt*nw, notify Subscript ion Hut en Om copy one year fl.00 Entered as second-class mall matter. McKlnney, Tc*«*h. February T, lfl#T. I want to acknowledge my obliga- tion to your preaident, Mr. Moore, for his efforts to enlighten me. He came out to Nebraska some three or four weeks ago and urged upon me the importance of atten ling this meeting. 1 have learned more about good roads from hltu and from the literature that he has brought to my attention than I ever knew before. I want to thank him for the effort he made to turn my attention to this subject. * * * 1 have become exceedingly inter- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

"•W f II 1 I ) h y ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy l«tWr« From The Democrat- Gazette'* Corps of Special Correspondents. RHYMHIt. Feb. 4.—Mr. D. Brlc'ee of Fay- trurg is visiting his son. Bert Brlu- lee, of thUi place. Mr. Lark Beatty has moved to thin community from Aubrey. GHd to have them here. Mrs. V.' Ferguson of McKinney It visiting her slater, Mrs. Muud Al- exander. The green bugs have eaten up the Wheat and oats. Misses Gladys Llsenby and Ollye Roper attended thee ntertainment at Miss Oeraldyne Llsenby's Friday ni*ht at ChambliS8. Leford Nichols and Miss Mary Hendricks drove to Westminster last Sunday and were married, Rev. John Duffey officiating. Lark Beatty made a business trip to Anna Saturday. WHITE'S GROOVE. Feb. 4.—There was a heavy sleet here Sunday night. On account of the weather there ■was no prayer meeting at the Orove Sunday night. The Mlssea Biking of McKinney spont Saturday night and Sunday ■with friends here. Mrs. Lula Good spent the latter part of last ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

loMlootf Roads Convention Here Good road* Is the paramount theme In McKlnney. The following oBlcers of the National Oood Roads Association were giver, a royal wel- come by our citizens hcnd d by the McKlnney Military band: W. H. Moore, present, T. P. Hlxty, counselor and Nation- al lecturer. Capt. Wm. Bradbnrn. consulting engineer. J. O. Bradburn. stereoptlclan. (From Wednesday"* Dally.) • pointed the following committees: • • • • • Resolution* CommlttM. j Jadg< F K. Wilcox, chairmnu ; Dr. J. C. Ei win. J. L. Greer, J. P I Crou h. .1. K Taylor. H. E. Single ton^nd Dr. T. W. Wiley. • • • • • t'ommittw on h-nnaneni Orgaulxa Hon. Ju Ige John Church, chairman: C M .C'hrlst.e, W. M. Bulges*. J. 8 Telephone Road near Houston, Tex as. Built under the supervision of Capt. W. W. Broadburn, now engi neer for Texas State and National Oood Road* Assoclatlos. Alao present on tnls occasion is R. E. Smith, the alfalfa king of Tex- as, who Ib president of the State Oood Road* Association. • • • ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

J . >! V / . „w The Badge and the "Star" The badge that dis- tinguishes tiie best chew made and secures the right 01 way into the mouth of every particular chewer is the little " Star" tag on every plug of STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO The immense sales of "Star" are simply due to the high standard of quality which it introduced over forty years ago and has since maintained against all sorts of competition. No chew so good—no chew so economical—no chew so popular. The wholesome, sweet, waxy leaf in "Star" gives an elastic chew that holds its substance until every bit of the rich juice is chewed out of it Lasts twice a? long as "cheap" chews. r 10,000,000 10c. pieces sold annually Bn All Stores MEL1MHA MISSLKM. A Brilliant lUM'cptiun—II u uter'n Kh- CUpMllr IVl OIial>. I LUC AH. Feb. 4.—Mr and Mrs. Wiley Mc- Kinney of McKinney visited at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Cook n few days ago. Mrs. Llllle England lias been visit- ing her sister in Greenville. R«v. Shultz of McKinney fil...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

ib I ml a* _ 5 L ♦ ♦♦♦♦ t5 v- ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ r i Buy Jewelry From Goodin It's Better! ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ A MYTHICAL PIUZK. Old Yarn About Fortune for Nan- Itelt 11 table Dottle. The conversation among a num- ber of druggists and ex-druggists the other day turned on the non-re- flllable bottle. "In some way," said one of the talkers, "no one knows how the myth started—there cer- tainly was no foundation for It— Inventors all over the land have got It Into their heads that there Is somewhere, offered by some mysteri- ous somebody, $1,000,000 for the genius who will devise a bottle that, once emptied, cannot again be Ail- ed. "Every now and {hen you pick up a newspaper and read that somebody has invented a non-reflllnble bottle, and his fingers are almoBt touching that $1,000,000. In recent years. Innumerable geniuses have wasted no end of time—and time, we are told, is money—In pursuit of this Ignis fatuus. They are as keen in their ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

INVESTIGATE' Vital Statistics. AND YOU W VNT T> OPEN A B VVK: ACCOUN r OU YOUR PRESENT BANK INO ARH.VNOKMENT8 AllEJNOT SATISFACTORY, TRY THE SATISFACTORY WAY AJfD BEC1N THE NKW YEAR BY OPENING AN ACCOUNT WITH THE First National BanK McKINNBY, TEXAS. FOUNDED 1869 T.' T. EMERSON. President. HOW ELS. EJ SMITH, Csabler. 0 -JkPKANCISH WICLCH, Vloa Ptm. FRED EMERSON, Aant. Cashier * Large or Small Account* Desired. "WE KNOW YOUR WANTS, AND WE WANT YOUR BUS- INESS." ''J—1 8. J. MASSIE, G. H. LUCAS ♦ RESOLUTIONS I 1—Continue to Ride on Waterwagon. 2—Do all the good to mankind—By selling them Furniture Chain* 4—Not to go to Dallas only when we hau> business. ft—That our Iron Beds shall he the prettiest in town. 0—Our business methods .Shall be so you can send your child- ren to trade with us and be perfectly protected. 7—That wo will go to Chuich and pay our preacher better. ^ Sam Nassie Furniture Company \ SUE LUCAS, Manager. ft *1 FRIDAY. J. H. Sneed wus here yeRterday rom Wylle. Elm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 February 1907

****«*-• ..ji4 .-, .^4, 'yy MJrtL.,* -«'* .^f'"""*" wm in the roots i field than wm s er food old-fash ionnd days of ia mothers few drugs were aee<l in medicine* ud Lydia EL Ptnkham. of Lynn. Mm*., in her ■lady of root* and herbs and their power over disease discovered and gave to the woman of the world a remedy for their peculiar ill* more potent and efficacious than any abination of druya. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound la an honest, tried and true remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value. During its record of mors than thirty years, its long list of actual ouraaof those serious ills peculiar to women, entitles Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to the respect and confidence of every fair minded person and every thinking woman. When women are troubled with irregular or painful functions, weakness, displacement*, ulceration or inflammation, backaohe, flatulency, general debility, indigestion or nervous prostration, they ahould remember there is one tried and true rem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

i1®r-' ■ ttnocr#t- fl.OO l'EH YEAR. McKINNKY, COLLIN OODNTY, TKXAS, THI ItSDAY, FEI1IU 4KV, II. ; M>7. VOL. Ml, NO. Si. :W if s.d vt re nt l<> I I* \ i I s? L RANOELL'S Bill ON POSTAL RAiES Following la the bill introduced by Congreaaman Randell providing 4'or the transmission and delivery of semi-weekly and trl-weekly newa- papers through the mails in the same manner and at the same rate of postage as weekly newspapers: Be It enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Vnited States in Congress assem- bled. That semi-weekly and tri-weekly newspapers shall be transported and delivered through the malls in the s«mo manner and at the same rate of postage as Is or may be the regu- lation pr rate of postage applicable to weekly newspapers. WITH THR ATHE.*EUM. Interesting .Mooting of the School Literary Hoclety. High The Literary Society of the Mc- Kinney High school met In open session Friday. They were greeted by a large and appreciative audience, an audience who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

-I I V' *% ™ :.mm *J.J$ ■ 'f , " it-Gazette. ■very Thttraday. TOM WAL W. PERKINS ALTEll B. WILSON and Proprietor*. LUCKY MR. BAILEY. l-Tk* date printed oppoelie i m*rgtn of the paper or on the the time to which your sub- All •ubeerlptloiui explr on «th. Aqy ub*crlber nctre- refuUrly « U1 plMM notify u «• — la not Mown on Blip to loo of mitunw. notlf* thft otBo* Subscription Bates One copy one yew fl.oo Entered as second-class mall matter. JMcKinney, Texas, February 14, 1007 THE RIGHT OF CONTKAtTT. The people of Texas. In common with most American people, are 10 • lareg extent of the impulsive tem- perament, and are apt to be very in- tense and extreme when they get to thinking upon a question of any con- siderable moment, and if the aver- age legislator or other office-holder gets an idea that the people are thinking specially one way he is very apt, as agent, to get more intense than his principal. We are seeing Just now some- thing of the results of this kind of fanaticism, for it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

i MM Kimball Hamilton Baldwin Schulz Estey Camp & Co Makes that represent the very crystallization or embodiment of the latoat and be t imp ovemenu in the «rt and science of Pinno construction—successes, in other word*; having long since past the experimental sta/e of their manufacture. This statement, this claim, is not bas"d upon our person- 'il opinion atone of the me-its of thise instruments, but upon the testimo y, unsolicited testimony, of such celebrated ar- tists as Marcella Sembrich, Lllliian Nordioa, Emma Eames. and the matchless band master, John Phillips Bousa; and whe would dare to question the ability of these 10 judge? To those of you who 1 ve on the T'irm the season of the ear has arrived for marketing your products, which you are aily doing; to those wno live in town, the tfhie hat come I when you are rooeiving your share of the year's prosperi:y- in short, the time is at nand when we are all better prepared financially to provide for the yiusical training of ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

.L OVER THE COUNTY and Newsy Letters From The s Corps of Special Correspondents. JNTY. | ie Democrat- spondents. NBW HOPE. Feb. 10.~ Farmers are very bus> rning the noil. Mr. Vlrfil Williams is suffering la grippe. Sunday school continues to ln- ln intern und attendance. Mr. Tom Myrlck, Misses Maggie eneau, Minnie Rlekmond, Hop eele, Jim Sherman of Mt. Zlon, tended Sunday school here Sun- y Silas Murray of Viney Grove No. I, spent Wednesday nigbt with Da- vid Bmnar. Mrs. Minnie Holder and baby of Plainview, who is visiting relatives In thla county, spent Saturday night with her brother, Bob Reneau, and family. The bo* supper was postponed account of bad weather. Mr. Elsie Odle of Ardath who is attending the business college at McKlnney attended Sunday school |here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Bomar visit- ad Mr. and Mrs. John Steele at Ar- th Sunday. A. D. Drake, W. N. Nicholas. Jim lllUtcan, Merrill Rutledge und Bob Reneau attended the W. O. W. Lodge at Ardath Saturday nig...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

■ - ? MM J. A. WATERS i Semi-Aiinual Shoe Sale On LADIES SHOES It is a custom twice a year to give the public to give the public a chance to buy shoes from us at a big redduction. We do this for cur goud as well as yours. In this way we are abie to show you each season only New Goods and the Newest Styles Remember we reserve nothing. All new, fresh good?, bought from the host manufacturers. Should you need shoes it yill pay you well to attend this sale. An early call will enable you to get choice of many pretty shoes. Sale begins, Saturday, February 9, 1907. Our $:i.50 and $4.00 shoes sale price 2 95 Our $3.00 and $2.50 shoes, sale price , 2 15 Lot No. 1—$1.75 and $2.00 sale price 1 65 Lot No. 2—$1.50 and $2 00 sale price 95 J. A. WATERS, McKINNEY, TEXAS J * FOOTK. Feb. 11.—Rev. Cook fllled his regular appointment here the fourth Sunday. The prayer meeting Sunday night was very Interesting, th-;re being one conversion. Mrs. F. G. Lewis has been right sick. Miss Cora Caldwell of McK'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

* WALTKlt B. WILSON Publishers and Proprietors. Coughing JO&SXXI saezxjrza sua S?Sw.'1? ofMlt la not ihown on tUp tmjm Ur¥tnm data of n> ltt*aoa, notify thfi oO . Subscription Kates Om copy one |W ft .00 ■ ,), L Entered as Becond-claas mall matter. McKJnney, Texan, February 14, 1907 ANNOt'NCKMKXTS. •^ttjr Meet ion Tutwln), April 2, IIHI7. Haflunr blow, t#«dlly ap- plied, break the hardest rock. Coughing, day alter day, fare and teara the throat and lungs until the healthy tlsauee give way. Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral atopa the coughing, and heals the torn membranes. «he b«at klaA e« * testimonial- "Veld for over slaty yaars." An ai-Si ijer's £ES&* r. Vewn. m of SAISAPAIILU. PIUS. haih vioob. Wa hava so i««r M ! Wa publish tha hrmilai of all our tuadieiaoi. For Alderman Ward £ R. E. CARPENTER <> •> ❖ ONK DAY LATH. ❖ <• •> ❖ A slight breakdown In our ❖ ❖ mechanical department delayed ❖ ❖ this Issue of The Democrat- ❖ Qazette one diiy. Such accl- ❖ ❖ deiiiH are ann...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

t ) ;1 I, K v —- \ • 'or Emergencies at Home fir the Stock on the Farm Slo&rts Lirvimervt Is avrtrale medicine chest Price 25c 50c £* * 1.00 Sand R>r Fr « Booklet on Horses.C«tHe. Hog* b fouftry. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass. T llcul Kstate Transfers. J. L. Craves et ux to A. J. Lee. half acre, Sam'l Pugh survey, $150. A. J. L«e et ux to P. M. llai away, 1 acre Sam'l Push suivey Jir>o Maggie Shaiu to ('. H. Russell et al. tract In Win. Dhv! 4 survey Inside corporate limits McKinney. $3000. J. L. Simmons et ux to 11. M. Wii- son, lot In McKliuu y, $:!00. Mrs. Mary S. Math* wa fo A. D. Matthews, (!<> acres John Leuwright ■survey, S I "50. 1. C. Cox et ux to loauuetie Vea- ger, all block 2K CopHVlllo S'iT. Mrs. .luanette Yeajpv to A. C. Corry lots in CopevllV.', i t • >..0. I. C. Cox to JeaneOe Ye:vger, H>3 acres Willis Roberts survey. $7' on. I. K. McDowell et ux William Hogge, 50 acres L. B. Hill survty, |700. It. T. Seay to C. H. Hamill, lot in McKin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

• A;*,. "DIAMOND M4AJ" SHOES WEAR - ON PERMANENT ORGANIZATION GRANTED PATENT. ON INVENTION W. C. Norwine, of Flat River, m tlie feed mine.district of Missouri, has sent us thi photo of a pair of Diamond Brand shoes worn 10 months underground where ordinary shoes average about G weeks. Our heavy Diamond Brand work shoes are in every way as superior in their class as are our highest grade .dress shoes—and we make more fim- shot* than any other iHousc in the West. ItRSOI.I TIONK ADOl'Ti.D AT OOOD HOADK tXINVKNTlON. MFETINO HIRE FEB. I6TH. To Adof>: Constitution and lty>Lawt> Ctiwtlder IMnns for U<hh1 Roads. (aim WE MA HE MORE r/A/£- SHOES rJIAN AMY OTHER HOUSE //V THE W£S7T D/AVO/Vl) 'BTsnftD WfOFS rilKONA. ir^b. )i.—James Womble and .1. T. Gr^s'nam shipped u car of cattle to Fort Worth-Wednesday. MIbh Ethel Wilcoxson or Farmers- vllle is vlBiting friends and rela- tives at this place. Mr*. J. F. McCormac received the sad news of the death of her mother, Mrs. hi W. Smith of...

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