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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

* THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE t .00 PER YEAR. MeJvlNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBKH VA, 1900. VOL. 23. NO. 33. COUNTY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION PROCEHDINGS OP MEETING HKLD AT MURPHY. SPLENDID RECORN FOR YEAR Nearly Thousand M«nk«n Riwlred «nd Great Growth in all De- partment* of Work. Cf | W jabli id. Iifena nd te me 11 w roice, i Isijove l7amt |i I r> ' ina. took r, and leysf i to I 10 H ! lo. I'M Kr |er pi liliir n bu lalloW taile 'The Collin County Baptist Associ- ation met with the Baptist church at Murphy Sept. 4-7. Dr. E. R. King, the former moderator, was re- ' elected, W. F. Newaome, clerk, and T. Parrls, treasurer. Notwithstanding the ralu, the meeting w;is well attended. Forty churches were represented by mes- sengers and letters, and verbal re- ports from six others. The Increase In these churches for the year Is 970 members, 5U> of these by bap- tism. We have now enrolled :{7Kt Sunday school pupils and 3X6 teachers. The churches have *<l\ en I "#ring the year ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

ipt' Scrofula its cvtaneons eruptions, in- cydtds, tore nrs, Hood's SarsapariUa permanent curec^ The Democrat-Gazette. Published Eevery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, Publishers and Proprietors. 8ub«:rlber :-The date printed opposite Mr ntinit rn th# margin of tha paper or on the wrapper Indicates tbe time to wlilch your *ob- •cripilon la paid. All aubacriDtlona expire on tbsBratofto*month. AnyluWltar n®ir*' salving the paper regularly will pleaae notify ua. Wa do notaand racalpta for mm psM on asSMrtptloni, bat credit aame on allp attached I<m, If credit la not ahowm on Blip In tan «.fTrma data of r ltunca. netlfy thla o«oa Subscription Rates. Ow ropy one year $1.00 1 —ggg ■ '-J Entered an second-class mall matter. McKlnney, Texas, Sept. l3« IWOfl- Work done without Interest lacks one of the most essential elements of success. The hot-tempered man la far lesa to be dreaded in any dealings than the cold-blooded man. The split log drag crusade of the Denlson Herald Is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

"If It Come From "Good**" it's Good Indeed A Person of Sense ia a parson who beat preserve* those iicuUite* with which nature hoa endow- ed them. They may "hate to wear glasses"—most people do—but the per- son ofNntelliip^nce tlia kfully accepts thi« opticial aid when their eyes tc 1 o? its need. When yours speak let us act. >ur service, treatment and prices shall fall be ri*ht. I i jrrar IICAD'.CMf! Cmm* Na CiPf mi .1. nw 4 Hf . Irtmin t——~ak p* n *M no mo*U nmki HereiOyear D. GOODIN, McKinney, Texas. '♦Always Yovr Monty's Worth.'' "The Jeweler" land.fe] f frioe $ i> 1:2 a Price! i Ibalance iniprovi $20, CHAHTKRHD. W«* confer degrees upon our Kraduates, and give °ni a diploma that Wi.l be honored by any institution in America. Te- ?raphy taught. Notes eccepred for tuition. Positions guaranteed. Cat- ?gue and a iesson in penmanship Your name on 12 cards for 25 d'« In stamps. Wu teach pentnansnip by mall. X. It. CTON'K, Pres.. >1 • Kinney, Texas. | years. x>l lan miles ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

II I If $ i t t Y 5! 1 V ❖ f V # % •j I Y i Y y x Y Y Y Y Y Y v ❖ ❖ MCftS .'■V «1 ' ' Jfti! Fall Opening Sale at The Fair. -SSSSSS5S5SSSS5SMSS5ESSS5S55HHMMiiiMM5iHMMMSSMMHSiMMiiwMMWH«Wm Our Mr. Hammond has just returned from the Eastern market where he bought thousands of dollars' worth of New Fall Woolen Skirting and Pretty Cotton Suitings, Silks, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Hose, Etc., all of which you will find at a price much cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. Everything marked in plain[figures and everything sold as advertised this sale. One price to every one. Sale Starts Saturday, Sept. 8,1906 Pretty New Fall Dress Goods at Special Cut Prices All the new 6hades"Br< a Icloth at.. Mohairjand Sicilian, all new cl evis and solid colors, all go in this sale.. Repelents and Kirsey Cloths all go in this lall opening sale at....„ 76c 48c 48c Pretty New Fall Suitings on Special Sale Too many prices to mention—a look will please the most fai-tidious. Bradford's Berge Suiting, worth ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

\c [c \ lul- i'th at S > ♦5 ♦J ♦2 ;>(1 111 cl ♦J ♦J « ♦1 ♦J Un- lit)- on CM >th CASTO RIA The Kind You 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-' ' soual supervision since its infancy.' Allow no one to deceive you in this.' All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-aa-good'* are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience^ against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric, l>rops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend* OSNU.NE CAS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

J Km l - ♦ office wMt side. 4 tbe oldest and beat com- ♦ represented. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ■ 11 Call Up No. 800 > P r any information wih regard • ► to Photo Work. My Motto: ,zThe | BoM Only," in : : rfcotogriphs. Enlirgings. ! Views both in and out of town. • Kodak work always finished fa I fee neatest styles possible. Al- . > May* at your semoe. i H. A. L Greenwood ; Bhie Gallery, - - Phone flpO. mm ill m ■ a i II Hum 11111 mn Matthews Bros Big Daylight Store McKinuey, Texas. Mens, Boys, Womens' Outfitters an caused by Indicaatioa. If yea eat a little too much, or If you are subject to no doubt heart beats, bead Indirection causea the stomach to expand—swell, and puff up against the heart This orowda tbe heart an«i inter* feres with its action, and In the course el Urns the Boat brands of Shoo* and Clothing at lowest possible prioea. Headlight Work Clothes and union made gloves and Shoo* a speeial- ty. Vou are welcome here. Come and see. Come. Quality High Price* Low For Dyspeps...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

-W— Sl On the Finger Tips| DALLAS FAIR ARRA1NED Is where you can reckon any simple problem. Call to mind this bank, and ii'ii cwy to oonjecture business done here will prove eminently satisfactory. Confidence in Banking is necessary and to quickly established between us and our patrons. For a conservative bank open your account here. ALSO RAILROADS FOR SABBATH DESK* RATION BY Collin County National Bank. —— COLLIN town BAPTISTS DEATH OF MRS. R. E. HAMILTON l IKI> SOI'TR OF TOWNi >IO.NI>A\ AFTERNOON'. WAS KIAREO IN THIS CITY ,« The People Who Patronise Our * Soda Fountain * Hurry back at the next opportunity. We treat them so well that they wantto come again. If you don't Ukfc soda *aterTwe would like to have you taste ours, and see if its not all we claim it to be. Our syrups arc made from fresh fruit juice?. They are pure and you will like them all. We serve the latest Soda Fountain Drinks. Our Ice Cream is the Best in the City Emerson Drug Store. "Let us till your preset ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

—* -I'v". ('?1: WW *,t. *aM # iSr *• •■< # "UNCLE" JOHN CAMPBELL DEAD PUBLIC PARIC ^■S NEEDED ING PRINTERS PASSED AWAY AT HIS HERE SUNDAY. HOME K. W. KIRKPATRH'K UKUKS AO TION BY CITIZENS. () ItC J A NIZAT ION KFFHCTKD IN CITY oF HOUSTON. ]TMf MM* la nM. All «ub#cr1pUon« f*pi£* on t lU month. Any #5qru f not re- PIONEER MlvtBfl tk p p*r regularly will plwuw- noMfyu* FORTH ( anie In tills ('utility 111 IHM Willi "lacle" Jack FhInk and lake Kirkpatrick Pl «- Whiii' Nature Hiulliw, Where Friend* May Meet and Liivrri Greet McKlnney Man In I'lmnl at (lie Hentl — Its (Miji'rts miuI A inn*. users fl.OO World materials in D Brand superior # i$$y ja&sirss sainr «rs?s&a BabKrtp(lon Kate* One copy one year «' - - Entered as so^ond-class mull matter CI, UMMi Texa*. (Kinney "T Its now up to \ha young Idea tt> lerfrn how to shoot. It is a lamentable fact that brill- iancy of mind and soundness of mor- als don't always travel together. Prealdent Roosevelt will take a short spin to Pa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

* * * * * . .News From Over The Coonty.. * umi Th« following communications were sent" In for the last Issue hut owing to a partial "lei up" of our typesetting machine tor a Bhort *■ time, they could not be put In shape for that lseue, and ho appear this week. |hap- itttly lsid- kono- I cna- ls he IpIO lldu "X but Ihlesa the "naa his is pd in 4 t Miir Ibear- |erent ^ Col- at The* it of only the Irtlse- |AH a I been |boysr iy In lay. Itten- or- lutl- |reels rd of the rloU- i a IHM* . Mm. Lizzie Brennan of Kaufman Is visiting the famlll< s of Mr. Bren an and W. T. Corultt. Mrs. Mary Dunn is quite sick. Miss Matilc Dunn who has been visiting her slslter, in Dallas, for the Inst ten days, has returned home Mrs. Hughes of Wylle has been vlsitlns htr parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gallagher. F. L. Hackler and family have moved to Wylle. We are glad to say that Mrs. Martin Nellson who has been sick Is np ugain. list thlB wee!;. Our glnner ginned four bales of cotton last week. Pat Denipsy v...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

if* Cora Tompkins iwESm li« i with your ir hours; itorset- ;< indicates ait . unhealthy con- dition of the kid- neys ; if it stains your linen it is evidence of kid- ney trouble; too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is ing proof that the kidneys are out of order. What To Do. i b comfort in the knowledge so expressed, that Dr. Kilmer'* -Root, the great kidney remedy, i every wish in curing rheumatism, ithe hack, kidneys, liver, bladdei ery part of the urinary passage, (©streets inability to hold water aiding pain in passing it, or Iwd t following use of liquor, wine ot , and overcomes that unpleasant nc- of being compelled to go often _ the dav, and to get up nuitiy Miring the night. The mild and restnordinary effect of Swamp-Root ■ realized. It stands the highest , wonderful cures of the mo«vt dis- I cases. If you need a medicine jld have thl* best. Sold by drug- |Ub hi fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes. Tn snay have a sample bottle and a aak that tells all tit.bothse...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

r- ' f/f{ i . iJ > 4 >■ i i. — Hey! Give Me a Chew o' thet Star!" Everybody chews nowa-' days and not. entirely be- cause it is the most economical and convenient form in which to satisfy the taste for tobacco. When you chew STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO you get the choiceat, sweetest, richest and most whole- some grade of leaf the tobacco plant produces. Only the finest grade of selected leaf is used in "Star" —the tfbll- bodied, ripe leaf mak- ing a waxy, juicy chew. And that's only one reason why "Star" gives more chewing to the plug than any other chew sold. "Star" always makes an elastic and last- ing chew — and is more economical than ©ther kinds because of this. 150,000,000 IOc. pieces told annually. In All Stores WKDIIEII FRIDAY. Jack Dooley nnd Mis* Carrie Hur- jioM Married «Iere. Mr. Jack Dooley of V.ler. and M'?b Ja-rle Hnrpold of <ho Me com- munity wei«- married nt noon Friday In the routuy clerk's o.'Tice, Justice T, C. Andrews officiating. F. M. Millican, wno has ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 13 September 1906

WW mm Beyette Phillips of Cellna Is Ml MS Mary Burraas. Wilt«r Horn and Mlas l*ena *r# at Lltt.e Elm. J. w. Scoii ami .laughter, Miss a. went to Piano last Monday, iaa Grace Kerr spent a few days r no per aud Cellna last week. Mi m Carrie Talklngton went to aicKianey to attend the opening ex- m mi ami of Jones Academy. I federal from here attended the tteptfslng at Roland Sunday after- CULLBOKA. A Poiitlfc Guiraitee to Cm CHILLS ADD FEVER Signed by R. E. Bristol. agrees to Saturn Your Houey if Yuca- tan Chill Tonic (Imp.) Fails to Cure You. GUARANTEE We hereby aaree to refund the jouey paid for Yucatan Chill Toi (Imp.) on the return of the empty bottles, the purchaser stating It has 1« A-v Prank Smart of East McKinney ftttti4(d church here Saturday ■isbt. m«m Lillle Townsend of Clear S^akm vial ted her aunt. Miss Jewell SAAAiagton last week. Mr. and Arn. Frank Wheeler of 'Pvtaaceton spent Sunday with the lat- ittr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Sna nam Lillle Donahoo of Climax 'flst v...

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

5 • 4 . '* .. * ^ DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE ' "d' . , 41.00 PEK YEAR. JJcKINNIY, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER30, 190 i. VOL. 23. NO. 34. DEATH OF MRS. J. J. MILLER IftOMVXENT MELISSA LADY DIED I*. THIS* VOKNINU. INTEkNENT AT HIGHLAND Barlal Will Take Place «t That Cem- rtwjr Sunday Afternoon at 5 O'clock. 1 K Mrs. Mary R. Miller, wife of J. J. lller of Melissa, died at about 7 llock this morning after a several feeks' illness. Mrs. Miller's maid- en name was Mary ChrlBtnan, being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chrisman, who formerly resided in that nonimunlty, brt who have for several years been residents of Co- mnnche, 1. T. She was twenty- nine years and seven months of ai?e and had been married about ten years. She is survived by her hus- band and iwo little daughters, Ves- ta and Alma. She was r sister of Mrs. G. W. Scogglns, residing north of town, unci leaves two brothers, Hilary E. Chrisman of Fort Worth and Hoy. tin; youngest member of •lie family, living with his pa...

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

Pr,t . 4" $ ;.-:s > ■ , t.Vv-- -,-T ■ R Peculiar to Itself and combination In Um process by which tbalr remedial V>1m« are nlncM and prewmd, ■ In effectiveness, usefulness and economy, ' Coring Ida widest ramre of diseases, * Doing Um moat good tot the money, • Having the most medicinal merit, record ot caret,— Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known aa tnrsntaba. lOOdoaea $1 The Democrat-Gazette. Published Eevery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER H. WILSON, Cdltora, Publishers and Proprietors To Subscribers: -The date printed opposite ■ name on the margin of the paper or on the r Indicates the time to which your ttub- bd I* paid. All subscriptions expire on it of too month. Any subscriber net re- the pspsr regularly will please notify us. Ws do not send receipts for messy pald on t credit same an slip attached aafeaorlpttooi, bat or 1 paasr, U credit la ItnTras data of rei . _ not shown on slip la teu reailttanos, nstlfy tlus offlos Subscription...

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

"If It Come$ From "Goodin" it't[Good Indeed." yt These ire ad- Jt tfrat [facility |our $50 just as of the Id l years |d, 2-room $ti cash. |and, lm- gd for 2 |c. price 2 and 3 Person of Sense «i person who beat preserved those pities with which nature has endow- them. They may "hate to wear mm"—most people do—but the per- •Oft of intelligence thankfully aooepts : |p opticial aid when their eyes te.l of W need. When yours speak let us act. Our service, treatment and prices shall all be right. MAOA.CMC ft mm0 of «l Htm mmmy tmhttm. «U/ ihn Jty, .«•« 1 rating, l|f is| fmmk «■«•** , Iwn NVw «l >tt Miika n gii —■ ,u 4hnm| fmimt mmUl mi* W Sum—' Van Km ikamg«V Malta (If. aMtknat. 1> «>■■■■ « Here 30 years 0* GOODIN, McKinney, Texas. "Always Vovr Money's Worth.'' The Jeweler" , Nobasln Price |0^ II, 2, atid j)&L 1 i /v" 1 ' sZ.. / / land,fen* Irlce 16 - 1, 2 and CHARTERED. W > confer degrees upon our graduates, and give them a diploma that wi.l be honored by any institution ...

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

m ■ wmm Eevery Thursday propo- one, no i Is in 111 I | I' i#f' H | \ ! mtt | f i J i * f < TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER R. WILSON, Publisher* and Proprietors. ToBub cr1b«>r :-Thc date printed opposite •our hd« < n tb« margin of Ute paper or on the mapper Indicate the time to which your aub- ecripnon in paid. All aubaoriptkina, wplw on III* Brat of tnr month. Any auoaoiitwr nc. ra- the paper regularly wtll ploaae notify ua. i not tend receipt* for money psM on >tlon«, bit credit aaue an allp aUaohad > tf credit la not ahown on allp In Un date of revltunoe, netlfy thla office Subscription Rates. One copy one year $1.00 Entered as second-class mail matter. McKinney, Texas, 8ept. 20, 1906. POLITICAL PUNDITS. If it were not really a serious matter it would be very amusing to Bee how a few politicians and a few editors settle and dispose of every political proposition that Is present- ed. Their utterance are put forth with such an ex cathedra air that to interpret them according ...

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

* :ivJ •>.. 'VI MATTHEWS Big Daylight Dry Goods Store. Millinery Opening. Don't buy hats until you see our display. Our Trimmer, Miss Jo Davlea and Mlu Frankle Oates will WERE MARRIED AT MANNING GOODN'KY (1IIAVKM AM) MISS WILHKIiMINA I'KltSOHN. BIG CIRCUS IS TOWN IS lillXKl) FOIt ItlNUMXU HltOTHKHS SHOW. AT HOME BRIDE'S PARENTS HERE TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 take pleasure In showing you our hats. > Dress goods, silks, skirts etc. will be on display. Matthews Brothers, Each Lady receive beautiful souvenirs free as long as 500 last. Don't forget the date— Friday and Saturnay, Sept. 21 and 22. 1 After t^ulet Wedding Left for Their Hotne Here Where Both Were Beared. Show* Said to Ureatly KnUrgi<«l and Improved Over Any Preced- ing Year. it \ South Is follows Bd your |e last ten , the only pf all Bruises, lings and, I too. |nnsporta, I, hereiifj |und trip! |D.M.L« ?nilth at rully It over Temaa f County Attorney Clarence Mer- uit t has been ► lek with fever for sev- eral days, and his ma...

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

'fV *(■•*!,-As iB'. • at-Gazette. Eevery Thunday r. PERKINS, WAI/TKR B. WIMON. !■ blUffTu : • I#; TV Subscriber*: -The date prlnUKl oppo.lt.- on the mvjrin of the ptnr or on the indicate* th« time to whlon your ub- 11 All •ubaortptionii expire on * of uw month. Anjr auMcrtber nc: ra- the paper rwfularljr wUl pioue notify u«. BAD WRECK ON ROCK ISLAND THK NOKTHHUl'ND I'ASSSSOSR PLUNOKH INTO HIV Kit. Subscription Rate*. Oat copy one jt«p f 1.00 Bntered as second-class otall matter. McKinney, Teias, Sept. 80, 1900. ♦ '> ♦ 10 PAGES THIN WEEK. ❖ ♦ « ♦ TI o Democrat-Gasette is 10 <• ♦ pugt'N this «wk, all home <• ♦ print, chuck full of National, ❖ ♦ State, county and local ww — ❖ ♦ a home m«w i| u|H'r for home ❖ ♦ people. . Ik'hidi'N this, we have •> ♦ a letter from almost every com- <■ ♦ munity In the county. After ❖ ♦ you ure through rending the ❖ ♦ pa|M>r tliin wwk, please give It ♦ to your neiglilior, thus indue- <• ♦ InK him to subscribe.. S|N>nk a ♦ good word ...

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

Greatest IW|1 't i .W MIT, Showing! ETACH and every department is now complete. Every day for the past month we have been receiving, the Richest and Most Exclusive of Eastern Styles. Now we are ready to show you what "Dame Fashion" has set aside for you to wear for the coming season. We search the world's markets for your wants, and obtain the best that money can buy. Never have we been able to show a more complete assortment. We extend to you a most cordial invitation to come and let us show you the "New Things." Such a ray of most exquisite and beautiful wearables shall greet your eyes upon entering this, McKinney's Greatest Department Store, and we are always pleased to show you. Meet your friends at this store. We shall make it to your interest. I nm !'::0 .so Impressive Showing of New Models For FaD Impressive because it is so large and varied that it affords you a choice selection of every variety of fab- ric, every new weave and color; every new fashion that is correct and up...

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

PRl by •r.v' Mfe; [•Gazette. Thursday. ALTIR B. WILSON, bora; —Tb« data printed opposite KSiS K'SfeffoW^r0"^ the paper rcguUriy will plMM* notify ua ja&arts saRuir-tK/gsg as as Subscription Rates, copy one jrear 91.00 Entered an aecond-class mall matter McKinney, Texas, Sept. 20, l 0fi. JK.'I Don't let you. your prejudices rule This Is a fast age, but seems to be too slow for some people. Looks like the political waters are getting mighty badly muddled. True manhood always shows forth more splendidly In adversity. An ounce of precaution is worth a pound of explaining. Results speaker thousand promises. louder than a The returns from lualne Jolted clear through the White House. Don't let the good roads question drag. Use the split log drag. The impulsive man frequently makes mistakes, but his heart Is generally right. It isn't always the man who seems the busiest, who accomplishes the most. Will the man whose friendship has strings attached to it, do to tie to? From all accounts ...

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