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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 August 1908

— F(¥)TK, The protracted meeting clowd here last Wednesday with 17 con- versions and i additions to the church. Rev. Hentley of Piano dirt the preaching. Rev. J. J. Oliver of Waco spent several day* here during 'he m«* t- lug Quite a number of the young peo- ple enjoyed an Ice cream Kupper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Oneai last Friday night. Jim Myers and wife. J. B. Hlckey. wife and daughter. Miss Norma, anfl Mian Matilda Carrell attended the uuvelllnp of Sovereign Rudolph's monument In the itethel cemetery Sunday. He belonged to the Frisco W. O. W. camp The ceremonies were very Interesting and iinprens- ive. A lurge crowd waa in utten.l- ance. Tom Carrell and wife spent a few days last week in Denton county vis- iting. On last Tuesday the little infant of Mr. and .Mrs. Mart died and wnu hurled In Walnut Grove cemetery. Rev. Kention of Prosper conducted the funeral services. On the same day the little child of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sexton died at 7 o'clock and was buried In the M'....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 August 1908

W: EVERY THURSDAY. Walter B. WIImmi. and Proprietor*. Lansdale, Associate Editor, u second-class mail matter. 1ber —Thi> date printed opponlte on lb* margin of th? paper or on the Indicate th* tlm« to wnlch your aub- i>tion I* paid. All nabacrtptlona r*plr« on the i Of the mouth Any htibacrltor not rwoetvlnf paper regularly will pleaae notify ua. ytt do not aend receipt* for money paid on aubcarlptiona, but credit •amr on allp attached to papt-r, if tri-dlt la not ahown on allp In tan 4ajm from date of remittance notify tbl office. Copy One Yeaf •1.00 Now, for more business and loss politics. Everybody In Collin county feel- ing mighty good over crop prospects. The picnic nnd yellow-legged sea- son Is on In Collin county. So mote It be. Let's all get In now for the big picnic thai Is coming on and make that a big success. Taft has Joined the Steam Shov- eler's Union. That Is about the on- ly Union he will ever likely boss. The attorney generals of the dif- ferent* stales are a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 August 1908

mm- rftt loll |Wf lilVn | - at tar- si n<f e ! IS®y f, ' # W i Iv mm**--- THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUOU8T 6. 190*. 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. Collin County National Bank W. B. NEWHOMK, I'res. J. L. WHITE, Cashier. McKinney, Texas. Bank Assets & CONTINENTAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY McKINNEY, TEXAS ^Tp-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,cheerfu...

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

• Welcome Ex-Confeder- Q \ T I ^ | Plenty Free Ice Water, ates and Old Settlers. /\ I f Our Store is Yours. THE FAIR I ^ ^ ^ * | THE FAIR Sale starts Saturday Morning, August 8th, at 9 o'clock sharp, lasting until August 15th. Thousands of dollars worth dry goods, slippers, ribbons, laces, silks, gloves, parasols and fans will be put on sale at almost factory price. We want to help make the big Reunion and Ex-Confederate Picnic a grand success and to do that we start this glorious picnic sale one week before the Ex-confederate Picnic to give everybody a .chance to load up. Read, read, watch us, ask about the great Fair Store. Then ask about our low prices. w Picnic Sale Prices on Silks ;ioc kind white wash silk, every thread silk, will be sold during this sale at a yard 19c ;">0c Fancy Silks, stripes and solid colors, good 27 inch silk, see them during thi* great sale at yard $1.25 quality Black Taffeta full 36 inch wide, the kind that don't split, see it. Picnic Price 89c China ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 August 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. At'OUST fl. 1J 0s. \ I i T* > l\ GREATER, GRANDER « BEnER THAN EVER Ninth Annual Picnic % ana Reunion or THE Old Settlers and Ex-Confederates OF COLLIN COUNTY CITY PARK,-OLD FAIR GROUNDS, JUST EAST OF TOWN WIcKINNEY, TEXAS Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 12 9 13 t 14 Daily attendance of 10,000 to 20,000 expected. These annual Collin County celebrations have no equal in Texas. Elaborate preparations are being made to amuse and entertain the thousands who will attend each day. Speakers of State and National Reputation will be Present and special efforts are being made to entertain the crowds with an interesting speech or some good feature at the stand throughout the entire three days of the picnic. Among the numerous special features will be an oratorical contest by Collin County young people and there will be many special attractions, including a balloon ascension each day, base ball, an old fiddlers contest and amusements of every kind, for o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 August 1908

i ill .. : 1 fe;' £$: WINDOW G LASS Everything you want in that line here s MS iY, At 6. 190* ♦f Y Y Y McKINNEY SCOTT & NEWSOME X '- - TEXAS V v V the Old and the i Young The he utes. Thi relish u nice cool drink these days. And now they Just delight in u dish of lee cream. You can have these at at your home all the time with our aid For we have a great supply of ? V V ? t V t ? V WATKR COOLERS AND ♦t4 I'RKAM FRKKS5KRK. We have them In several styles and all sizes. The coolers are the newest filt- ering kind that doesn't let the ice touch the water. cream freezers will make cream In a couple of niln- ink of the comfort in having one of each. i Y Y T Y Y Y Y Y The "Quality" Furniture House I n 11/111/171 I V J McKinney, Texas. Phone 43 «/• A• U\J JJ aLajMj V V %♦ and Better and wl'l run longer without looseulng than ta possible when set the old way. You I will not he out of the use of your vehicle as It requires but a few minutes to do the work. Will give Just the desired amount ...

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

J 411**41. lbs I)ewey Foy «if McKinney spent week with her sisters at this ice. Vllford l.acy and Charlie Dunn ■Ntddd Hi business in Blue Ridge iday. Ott. O. Lovelady and wife have a boy stopping With them since !e firs*. Miss Myrtle Rendals of Donna is (lending I liis week with her cousin, s Jewell l.acy. BBob Lindsay aud Wife of near Me- fanev are visitli.n his sister, .Mrs. Nlinnle Terrell. Omar Siuls aud wife of Johnson id ted her inoi . i. Mrs. .11.n Terrell iturtlay and Sunday. Misses Maudie I'ope and Grace ce of McKinney are visiting Mrs. nnle Ray thin week. Mrs. Ellu Walker and daughter, idra Mae, vialted her mother, Mrs. G. Braswell at Snow Hill. John Wat kin*, wife and little aughter, Jewell, visited hor sister, irs. Mary Stiff of the Chapel Sun- ay. • Miss Vlek Smith of Melissa who is 1st tiny Mrs. Pearl Smith of John- >n spent Sunday with Miss Ethel ate. Mrs. Minnie Lovelady and Miss ena Russell of Sherman wt nt to arhiersvllle last weeft for a few- ays' visit to rela...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 August 1908

■ : . • .■ ■ HHMHii ^..„..^..rr L i ' " i in i i ii i - - —g^gg CONTEST HONORS AS THEY COME List of (22) honors and they will be given to the most popular young ladies in the great popularity, and the prizes the Weekly Democrat-Gazette and Daily Courier-Gazette will the 22 favorites chosen for the honors by admiring and loving friends. race of Gazette will give to 1st Honor 2nd Honor 3rd Honor 4th Honor 5th Honor 6th Honor 7th Honor 8th Honor The most popular girl in Collin Co*, 1 exas, and a $400 Camp Piano. $165 Cut-under, Stanhope, Rubber Tire Buggy, Harness, etc. $135 Stanhope* Buggy, Rubber-tired, Harness, etc. Trip to Colorado Springs, Colo., all expenses, Pull- man service etc. Trip to Colorado Springs, Colo., all expenses, Pull- man service etc. $65 Genuine Diamond Ring. $50 Genuine Diamond Ring. $50 Solid Gold, Full Jewel, Elgin Watch and Chain. 9th Honor |S40 Gold Watch, 1 7 Jovcl, twenty-five year case. 10th Honor 11th Honor 12th Honor 13th Honor 14th Honor 15th Honor| 16...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 August 1908

■ ;(>*> \ ? ■ , q -ril.: ^ . .. k THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, AtWST 6, 190S. IINCETON HARDWARES FURNITURE CO. I' • It. ||h 4 ry 111) lis I y ill d Uf ii- h's do in of five \ 4 r jti; rd, T. me l.i I al- |ih. dl ml FOff BIG FURMiTURE VALUED Z. \V. TAYLOR, Manager 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 "NONE BETTER" The Seventh Annual W. 0. W. PICNIC AND FIRST MEETING Collin County Log Rolling 4$s'n. AUGUST 6, 7, 8. GREATEST A Ml GRANDEST FARMEItSYILLE, TEXAS. IRRIGATED LANDS : ASK I.. < \ < LIFTON AHOI T SAN HKNITO And iIs great gravity Canal. The garden sjwit (if the marvelous I llli )W\SVILLi: C < >1 \TR\ No storms, no Hoods. 110 rain on your new mown hay. Winters ideal. Continual and refreshing lueses from the (Jul!' in summer. [When you want it lo rain you turn the water on. When you want [it to stop ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 6 August 1908

im i f% v? ■ ■ Mt W Put in Flat NOT GOOD AFTER AUGUST 28. THIS BALLOT WILL COUNT FOR 110 VOTES. FOR Good for 110 vote* when tilled out and sent to The Dally Courler-Ga- tette and Weekly Democrat-Gazette office by mall or otherwise on or be- fore expiration of dale; no ballot will be altered in uny way or transfer- red after being received by these papers. Unless this ballot is careful- ly trimmed around the black lines It will not be counted. I'ut In llundle of and do not lloll. THURSDAY. K. L. Brown, the big banker of La von. is in the county seat today. Stanley Nix in from Greenville. in the city today Fine fellow. Our weekly Ik pleased to enroll W M. isome of Lebanon us a regular subscriber. W. K. Swanson. one of Josephine's most prominent merchants, is In the city today. G. ('. Boze of thin city had a good horse stolen from him on the night of July 25, from his stable. Mrs. Wiley Feese left for her home In Amarillo todny after a visit to her parents, S. T. Hammond and wife. Mrs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 August 1908

IfSrtWWC*' COUNTY, TE X AS, I IH RSDA V. McKINNKY, COLLI N KNTY-KIKTH VEAIt. NO. 3M. ONE Im>1,1. \K I'llll VEAH EATH OF I Ol In this paper Wednesday appear- ed u brief mention of the death of I,. |\ Adamson at his home in North McKinney Funeral services were had at the First Methodist church Thursday, at i5:30 o'clock. Rev. J. it Gober con ducting tlie service, followed by in- terment at Reran Grove cemetery, the burial being under the auspice* of the Masonic f rat emit >. Biographical. L. 1' Adamson was born at Rich- mond, Hay county, Mo,. September 1 S:i7, and came to Texas in 1851, living hi Ron ha m for a abort time, then coming to Collin county in 1 852. The following year he located at Weston and married Miss Amelia Josephine Hamilton March It, lh">9, near old Alton In Denton county. Mr Adamson made a profession of religion at the Andy Oulwell camp ground near Weston in August 1854, just 54 years ago, joining the M R. Church. South, of whl.h denomina- tion he hits sin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 August 1908

J * lit ft. t . THE WEBKLY DKMOrRAT-OAZKT TK. TIH'RSDAY. AUQU8T 13. 1#Q8. w. Welcome Ex-Confeder- ates and Old Settlers. THE FAIR SAL E! Plenty Free Ice Water. Our Store is Yours. THE FAIR Sale starts Saturday Morning, August 8th, at 9 o'clock sharp, lasting until August 22fid- Thousands of dollars worth dry goods, slippers, ribbons, laces, silks, gloves, parasols and fans will be put on sale at almost factory price. We want to help make the big Reunion and Ex-Confederate Picnic a grand success and to do that we start this glorious picnic sale one week before the Ex-confederate Picnic to give everybody a chance to load uj . Read, read, watch us, ask about the great Pair Store. Then ask about our low prices. i Picnic Sale Prices on Silks ;*5c kind white wash silk, every thread Bilk, will be sold during this sale at a yard 19c 50c Fancy Silks, stripes and solid colors, good 27 inch silk, see them during this great sale at yard $1.25 quality Black Taffeta full :*6 inch wide, the kind t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 August 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THPRSDAY. AIOU8T 13. I<*0# V r $ hi 11 A (J ■-F-— —■ III Don't Waif Until You Get a $1000.00 before you start a hank account. We would lots rather have 10 customers with $100 than one with a $1000.00 We Offer You SECURITY ACCURACY COURTESY Our capllul. surplus, undivided ! profits ami personal liability guarantee it Ask uit> otis- tonier of this hank Let u- ahow vou We are insured against rubbery day and night. We re.pe< t- luilv solicit your account whether large or small. CoElin County National Bank W. II. NEW SOME, 1're*. J. L. WHITE, Cashier. Mi 'Kinney, Texas. .wnimarm'mmrammtmKwm- vrw*im:m * r>; Determine to Save and You Can Save THE WILL MAKES THE WAY \W want to encourage the beginning on the part of The Young Fol'ts with their small savings. The IJ read Winners strixing to accumulate funds for the pur- chase of a home: The llaslness People saving siirpln-- income or accunnilatinu a competency lor old age. And we solicit the patronage ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 August 1908

MSm ■"* The Democrat-Gazette ———— EVERY PUBLISHED 1 .. ,i 1 1 W. lVrkitiN, Waltfr H. THURSDAY. I'ubll>.licr and UiimIiI«, Aukm-Iwc Editor iMfri \mr K WilMtll, rli'tor*. Entered as second-clans mall matter. To Mbi>ertber —The dale printed opposite- foir nam* on the margin of the Mp«r or on the wrapper Indicate the time to whk+i your ub- •crtptton Ik paid All nabee-rtptlorm esptreon the Am of the mouth Any Mibaortbar not rcxwtrlnf Ik* paper regularly will pleaae notify ua We do not aend receipt* for mouev paid on aaboartptiona. but i-r«dlt *arm- on allp attached to paper, if credit la uot ahowjt oti allp In lerr daya from date of remittance notify tbl- office. One Copy One Year 91.00 With the clearing of the standard scandals and the fact that the Span- ish war bonds will nut be redeemed It looks like the democrats will have an easy chance to win. Hut It will be like us to net too confounded confident. You know one big repub- lican once said that the democrats could be depended ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 August 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. AUGUST Kl. lfos ELIC OF OTHER [ARE SHORT ON DEATH UNDER DEATH OF EX STREET PAVING DAYS DUG UP While exesvtiting near the youth- ■«t xiniti' of the iiquare for i ! # ■3'ir 11.-inn «oMtrnd«d bj the Inter- p ban :>il, ilii- workmen a 'Vw day* dug up f;'om "vo r c nil-! th- krone d. [ i f stone which «• re pit do v.* n in 1 7 1 In ilit* const ruction ELECTION FUND WAGON WHEELS SENATOR ALLEN WILL BEGIN >f a r i ■■ i 'I •> I lock >"■'(' b old |tand. 'rl,'i < If atone e 1 o -v a kf the court fy-foui year* slmc lowo several other mi ' li • Je'iurnn I, 1). N'owso was const run ed tlie cr teflon ml In the thlr- whlch It wan put crossings have p«en bv'.U over It, until the original Crossing wan two feet under the earth. J 4 inotner one of who in friends 1 MISS TEE McMILLAN ib 01 the popular young ladles, fne younger,t, in our contest, #§n -elving tine support by her rough out the town and county. She only four * n vein-; old, being the pi t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 August 1908

iJ'iiSn' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZE'. TE. WHO IS SHE? A GREAT QUESTION TO SETTLE MISS STROUP MAINTAINS HER LEAD TODAY. IN OUR POPULAR VOTING CONTEST Young Ladies Busy Seeing Their Friends at the Big Picnic, and Clubs are Rapidly Formed. ®s#nr5 ■ — Contestant* ami their many friend* and support era are very much In evi- dence today ni the l>ig picnic. Quite a fad Ik now on among picnic goers in the fact that a little square card with tho ((iiestJou "Who Is she" ' and on the Other side "The most popular Klrl In Collin county." Plcnicers took up the fad at once and hundreds of them have li tied upon the lapel of their coats, and whoever the moat popular Klrl in Collin will he. site < an well rest assured almost every- body will be interested in her. The wise ones who are ready to see the •wisdom of getting up their clubs In lids laat off V where one 8"o ; ripii->n counts twice as much us two n-xt week are busy and no doubt after Saturday a great change In standing will occur. So...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 August 1908

————M THK WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZKTTE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 190 8. .PICNIC. \ if Welcome Everybody, Thrice welcome to the Ninth Annual Picnic, Old Settlers and Confederate Reunion of Collin County. Three days of enjoyment and pleasure for you given by the people of McKin- ney. Make Nly Store Your Head- quarters. When you get tired and weary and ready to go home come by and take out whatlGroceries you need. None cheaper in price, none higher in quality. Cliff Emerson "The Hottest" Grocer in Town. "He Feeds 'em." MISS DORA CALDWELL Is the daughter of R. 1). Caldwell, a prom- inent ami highly esteemed Climax citizen. Miss Dora Ik up -tinong the topmost names in The Daily Courier Gazette and Weekly Democrat-Ga- zette prize content which closes Auk. 22. She possesses numerous friends aud well-wishers for "success in va- rious parts of Collin county. These friends are loyally helping her to win In her splendid race of popular- ity. KANT McKINNEY. Morn to Mr. and Mm. Will Elmore, twins, a hoy ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 August 1908

«i ^ v ,-.: *■•' ^ ' <"-4 ■' : ' • ' <'?■ ■ , t : • _JB mmfj ME ?* ' h'" |f; ;f? Is VJ v£& IHMHMR *« il-V'-;Wii ■kIV l 'fV ' I ■y&i imr, J mm m :-7 , sHRiSSiSWP' ' *'• •f$ '.'' •■'. I ■' ■ :!1 ;; - :-n-. THTR3DAY, AUOt - .. . J .■ ■ ffiK.v > m w, a? <;* . *. :.,!l * 1. Gr ..fi- fe hose: At Low Green Tag Prices. 20 dozer.ladies 10c hose on sale only 5c Pair 40 doz ladies nice lace-stripe Hose, black, white and tan, 25c values, ^reen tag price only 19c Pair W. S. KNIGHT McKiitney,Texas f > Store Closed / Thursday Afternoon To Mark I )o\vn (j-oods and Ar- ratm'o for Sale. o ('ojne Early * Friday. 4 Morning, August 14th IN FIJI a ' ■' ■ •. • <f' -V'-vi \ v:- r-. -i HI h \ Vjf4 u .v| P^aSM y//J *' mi Hi s m W iliw ■ JmM h A h -$ h fVff fWff // V, ! i ( -• if-TririrH ,A>" During our ten years merchandising it\ Iwe "Green Tag Sale." Each succeeding or i"E tl sorted stock of dependable merchandisPterl Rain Sales, eclipsing all past efforts in sales a simple anno...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 August 1908

tviw wppin v nff'fnfo T'll'POnAV A!'01'«T , 1?., mm M lll'lliw iiilfPF'v'Y1'. 1 TAGf S we huve regularly twice a year held a great and eminently successful tie the fornier In magnitude and bargain giving. Now with a better as- ter store servitc we are going to make this the coming event o. all bat - vino. To those who have reaped the benefits of our former grieii tag be sufficient to arouse them to the importance of the oc«s>°«' •>cOHE . «nv)ti(7 sale thev cantiot afford to miss. InnY WILL vImic #FDS AND THOSE WHO ARE NOT ACCUSTOMED TO TRADING Ar A IF Win BF A RHVELATION COME THE FIRST DAY, COME THE FIND SOMETHING NEW BROUGHT OUT with the Green Tags attached J Friday, Aug. 14th to Sat. Night, Aug. 29 IMcnty of Ico Watiir, liloctrir Fans and I >i< • I Jar- ^ains for A 11 Green Tags Tell the Cut Prices Throughout This- , St ore GREAT EMBROIDERY BARGAINS KHiO yards nice 5c embroid- erv on sale vard 3c 2000 yds beautiful 15c em- broideries on sale vard 10c 200 yds extra wide...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 August 1908

KB ' breaking •utting off hit handc *d near this city by Sheriffs Albert McCsuley Mod McDonald. Mr. McCauley took prisoner to Denlson where he turned over to the Durum officers. Brought Here From Fftrmenvtllr. „ Deputy Sheriff I. A. Bubanks ar- rested George Shot well at Farraers- vllie on a charge of violating the lo- cal option law, and brought him to this city. Aimtnl at' -Wexia. John Jeffries, a negro charged with theft of clothing, who wits brought here from Mexla. by Con- futable Will Kerby, Saturday, entered a plea of guilty In justice court nnd a fine of $5 and costs and sentence of three days In jail was assessed against him. (Charged With Gaming. Constable Will Kerby arrested I^ee Collins, a negro, at Farmers- ville, on a charge of gaming, and brought him here. HOT TIME IN SAN ANTONIO Son Antonio, To*., Auk. 11. Whether or not the people of Texas will have an opportunity to vote up- on the question of State-wide pro- hibition will depend upon the Legis- lature of Texas. Th...

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