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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

iid ire .1). 11", >n- I! l > at iitd n>u to ith i vs- M 'oir THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THl'RSDAY. SEPT. 2 4, 190S. / em Are You Working On A Salary? "'PRETTY WEDDING f IN THIS CITY It so, your first thought ought to i t* to form the regular hab- it at laying aside some portion of it to provide against a rainy day, or pephitps to some day en a lilt* you to go lino business f« r yourself. Tlu-re is no method of Investing your savings which offers greater advantage# in the way of safety, availability and good interest than does a savings account in the Collin County National Bank WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. W II. NKWSOMK, Pres. J. I.. WHITE, (ashler. vfcKlnncy, Textts. KBBCffirjS f W'' h* I ll Points That Interest You WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN UtiX WE pit' de an absolutely safe place in deposit your money. WE art- not an experiment but a grown, really existing reality. WE have practiced sound, consistent conservative banking for thirty- eigbt years. WE are p...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 September 1908

m" ■■■ a THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTK. THUR8DAY, SEPT. *4, ItO*. SATURDAY. J. K. McOee of Allen I# u visitor in the city today. J. H. Graves of Melissa wan a Mc- Klnney visitor yesterday. D. H. Clark of Anna is a McKin- ney visitor today. Cleave Chat man of Farm era vi lie was In (he city today. Harry Jordan and Misses Ethel Rucker and Ki 1***1 Paris of Melissa visited lu this city last evening. JusFe C, I>. Manning of BlOe Ridge bus returned home after a brief visit here. Dr. Brldgefnriner of Riggers left for Roscoe this morning to visit his daughter, Mrs. M. C. Myrlck. Hon. Wallace Hughston has re- cently returned from a trip to Kan- sas City and other poiuts in Missou- ri. on legal business. Mrs. Bowlby and sister, Mrs. Buck of 8hermati. have arrived for a vis- it to Mrs Hunt Bowlby and Mrs. P. II. Smith in (his city. Miss Estelle Lanadale left, today for Sherman. i< teach in the public schools of that city the approaching term. The term opens Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Tayl...

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

If v- * .< ■ r? rm :• .$ ■'• •' '' - r • i ■I <1 \ TWENTY-FIFTH YKAIt, NO. JM. MrKINKKY, COM/IN WH'NTV, TKXAH, TlllltSDA Y. OCT. I, ItMIM. ONK IMlM.AIt PER YEAH. SUICIDE EAST OF FAYBURG News has reached here of a de- „ plorablg tragedy ft mll«' east of Fay- burg lust evening, as a result of which Joe Montgomery, a well known resident of that community, is now a corpse. It seems thai there was sickness in Ills family, and he had summoned a physician. While the physician was there, so It is stated, Mr. Montgomery brought out a new shotgun he had recehtly pur- chased, and showetl It to the doctor, then during tin- couversution vugard- ing the gun Mr. Montgomery sudden- ly pointed the weapon at his own head and before he could be prevent- ed, fired the contents Into his head, dying almost Instantly. He was about thirty years of age and is sur- vived by his wife and several chil- dren. He was reared in that com- munity and the tragedy has cast a gloom over that entire section. It i...

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

i I1' . ' ' Great Fall Begins at this Store Saturday Morning September 26th. WE ARE here with the goods. Ready for the big fall busin< this great Record-breaking Fall Opening Sale. Mi stock with great care. People who trade here come wil ous merchandise at the lowest possible prices, consistant with qui the result of public confidence and underselling. UNDERSELL] spot cash in large quantities as we do for our several stores, alwi counts. Then we sell strictly for cash and conduct our business • / •in lowering the prices. We open the season with this Creat B; to purchase your entire Fall Dry Goods bill during this sale. Outing 4 l-2c 700 yards good 6 l-4c outing flannel, while it lasts. Fall Opening Priee, the yard 4aC 61c Brown Domestic 5c 1,000 yards extra good 6 l-4c, yard- wide Brown Domestic. Fall Opening Sale, price yard... 5c 10c Chambray 7 l-2c 600 yards nice 10c Chambry, 2 to 5 yards in piece, assorted col- ""f 1 ors, on sale the yard, only ... I 2v Eureka % Warp $1.25 Be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

THE WFWirt.Y OKMOCRAT-OAZR1 TE. THURSDAY, OCT. 1. 1 ok 1 to start the season with a mighty rush we inaugurate ;pent considerable time in the East selecting our fall confidence and certainty that they will get meritori- ;red. Our constant and rapidly increasing business is resit of underbuying. The merchant who buys for lands the lowest possible prices and the best cash dis- most economical lines, which are important factors Vent and Money-Saving Sale. It will pay you Sale Closes Saturday Night Oct. 10th. 13 days of Big Bargains. Fall Opening Prices on La- dies' 1908 Jackets. Babys white wraps, nicely trimmed 95c $1.75 $2.50 Misses Jackets, all Oft styles, prices $l.50--^^aVU l i£ stock ladies' newest style long Wraps, semi-fitting, assorted colors--- $5.00 $7.50 $10.00 //i;* ik> •iV* (!rf 7F' $ \ 1 o | OH wcu vnu'ILN 's 25c •pet Slippers 25c Ready Made Sheets 45c 6 l-4c Ginghams 4 1-2c 10 dozen ready-made sheets, 72x90. Fall Opening Sale Price, 45c 2,000 yards good (i 1 -4c quali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

W ^ 'WW: - w Billy Bryan in sill Id tin some. too. running; and going When all our bit', men fall out, what I ; to become of ui« small "fry ?" The foot bull ioukoii has opened. Doctors will soon be in demand Make a contribution today to the National Dem- ocratic campaign fund. That old man .lolin W. Kern's Isn't a very "bad old chap" tt 1 nnu'lf. He's some campaigner. Twenty-five people w> re killed |>y a pass.>nnor and freight train collision at Livingston, Montana, yesterday Gov. Haskell Ik a "nervy booger," won his fight "hands downy and what ho did to Teddy wan an elegant sufficiency, Collin county ought to have a Bryan Kern Dew* ofraile club vP'- T.nwi) in. u:' >r ■ Who'll start "Tth*- ball to rollic. Taft's voice is report' 1 to have given out. Taft will be down and out. feefoic Billy Bryan gets through with him. Of all the words of pen or tongue, tl ddest word Is just plain ";tung." Tl t is what II t did to Foraker; and Haskt.-ll and Bryan did to Teddy. It is an h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

Ssr:g Hi at the 8nn>Uy _______ .ppl be also next Sunday. i3v ry- jout. till has resumed .vork •topping was due tu t.« lands. Every one in picking rut- in when weather will allow. Mr. WUiiamtt and family ef Kal • Okla. have moved onto the Hunter farm alio a fumily In the lums* vacated by Mr. Bratton, whom name we have not learned. We are glad to have these people. Miss Vlck Smith, one of the pret- ty glrls-of Melissa, Is visiting at the home of her cousin. Leonard Smith. Mtunes Irene Lovelady and Win- nie Cates of Altoga visited Miss Smith Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carroll return- ed home today from Mr. Jerry Law- aon's where they have been helping rare ftj# Mrs. Carroll's brother, Font, *11111 is a noble fellow, willing to aid all who are in distress. Johnson. Sept. 24. Rest ill Existence. "I sincerely believe, nil things considered. Hunt's Lightning Oil is the most useful and valuable house- hold remedy in existence. For Cuts, Burns. Sprains and Insect Bites It. has no eq...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

l'\ •/ THE WTBWlfT.Y DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. OCT. I, 1908. MONDAY. George Harris of Ml. Olive wan a business visitor here Saturday eve- ning. Asa Vines of Piano has returned > home after a business trip to this 1 city. . C. R. Turner of Princeton has re- turned uoine after a business trip to this city. Ed M(Murray was from Vqroiiu. with his It)It Hinlle. here today cheer-lnspir- Dlnk Herndon of Emory arrived here today* to visit his parents. Mr. and Mra J. D. Herndon. Joe Williams, J. B. Hernjlon and Salone Rol later of Ml. Olive were business visitor* here Saturday eve- ning. Mr and Mrs Doc Carter of Fort Worth have returned home after h visit to Deputy County Clerk A. P. Carter. W. H. Perkins, proprietor of Her- VIiih' Nursery, has opened up a ni office, east side square, with Judge L. C. Clifton. Edgar Board left this evening for Oklahoma City, where he goes to ac- cept a position for the well-known firm of R. H. Cullen & Co. Jack Estea left today for Beau-, mont, havi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

_ l $p e,v,' Mm 31P • w* .... .. -Tk< U MM :* %m 4' ym ■v<.,( ^ 19 THE WKBKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTK. THURSDAY, OCT. 1. l 08 ill Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. IVrkliiH, UalU'r II. WilMon, l*ubllNht>rs and Proprietor*. Lanadale, A Knot-late Editor. Eutered a« «rond-<'lusH mail mutter. To Subaurlbera—The date printed opposite your name on the ruarglu ot the paper or on the wrapper indi- cates the time to which your «ub- acription la paid. All Hubguripllona expire on the first of the month. Auy aubsnibar not receiving; the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not send receipts for inonev paid on subscription, but credit aame on slip attached to paper; if credit is not shown on slip in ten days from date of remlttauco, notify this office. riiiTiriK.M rx.ii ST. Weak Women frequently suffer great pain and misery during the! change of life. It is at this time that the beneficial j effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated, by those | who find that it rel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

oWr purpose Im t4i make thi* Institution * ma- terial Im'iii Ni to (Im* community <ui«l tut Mlvnuiaii)' t« I'Vt'fy nuui Mid wo- man—Ui you in particular. H'e oiler every fucllity consistent hIUi iKHM-niilliv banking. It I* ,,ur business to accomiiMxlate tin- |MH | le. We Invite you to join our growing llNt Of satlsllcll l'UNtOIIU-|*N. The Collin County National Bank WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. W. B. NKWSOMK. Pres. J. h. WHITK, Cashier. .McKinney, Tcww. ey, 'he ipe ike en- H8t ur- )dy 11K- >ur I'arl >U1 nga i a md np- rht> Re- un- at- Points That Interest You WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN r WE provide nn absolutely safe place to deposit your money. WE are not an experiment hut a grown, really existing reality. WE have practiced sound. consistent conservative banking for thirty- eight years. WE are prosperous as well as pro- gressive and MKRIT WINS. WE give you the best of service as the result of long experience. WE are interested In the develop- ment of ibis ...

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

a ?. '-V' I r '•KW (EW . GRAND" .STRAIGHT-FRONT Cut Prices ON Ladies Goods Read them. Bring one of our circulars or call for one at the counter. We have the goods to back up what we advertise. Now listen. Wg will cheerfully refund 45c Corsets 23c Sale Starts Sturday, Oct. 3, Lasting until Saturday, Oct. 17th. Get one of the big circulars and compare our prices. We have opposition but no competition. New Silks, New Woolen Goods New Waisting, • New Percales, New Cretons, New Laces, New Ginghams, New Outing New Blankets, New Shoes, Our Low Prices, Good Buying and Paying the Spot Cash as we buy, is what is making this store the greatest place in North Texas to do your trading. Enough said. New Wraps, New Suits, New Pants, New Trunks, New Hand Bags Rousing Fall Sale Cut Prices on Staples 6c Calico 5c Best Standard Calico, pretty new pat- terns, some with borders, see it on sale at yard 5c 6 t-2c Outing 4c Pretty colored outing, fancy, worth 6 l-2c, all stacked out during this great Rousi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

% we auveruse.—juh ujuw We will cheerfully refund •r45c Corsets 23c Big lot ladies' corsets, worth up to 45c, all stacked out during this great sale at each bed hose, j^ood 10c values, this sale pair otton Checks, 5c yard 36c Babv OTION Good kind baby shoes, sizes up to 5, leather shoes at that on sale at pail finm 50c Corset at 46c New late patterns and style in ladies fine fitting corsets will be sold at each 45c $1.00 Fine Quilts 75c Nice good quality white bed spreads, well worth $1 will be sold during this great sale at $1.60 Fringe Quilts 95c New fine white fringe cut corner bed spreads, a bar- gain for you during this sale at each 6 l-2c Cotton Flannel 6c New cotton flannels worth 6 l-2c yard will be sold dur- ing this sale yard 5c 45c Shirts at 26c Hoys black sateen shirts well worth 45c. See them ttiey are bargains, duringthis sale at each The desire to accomplish is sweet to the soul: but it is abboraination to fools to depart from evil.—Scrip. 10c Bleach Domestic 7 1*2 Go...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

iKfy', 'LOUD >|p^ is the one who must suf- '-"V V;':*' JP$M fer if the flour is poor. He is also the one to benefit from improved methods of milling. Our Flour is made from selected sound grain and is made in one of the best mills in the world. A sack or a bar- rel of it contains all nourishment. It will make bet- ter and more bread than any other kind. Try a sack and see for yourself. Collin County Mill & Eleva- tor Company, Manufacturers McKINNEY TEXAS ,r~ j—j / .<> On the Run for Lincoln" Paint The Paint to Put the Pyramids?to Blush! Lots and lots of paint look pretty--but for how long? Wliat you want and doservo to get if you pay fairly for it is paint that will last season after season of weather fair or inclement. Here's the mart for paint that wears. Prove it if you call. SCOTT & NEWSOME PAINT AND WALL PAPER McKINNEY, TEX. PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMENT CARDS OP VARIOUS PROFES- SIONS GROUPED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC Invited to Columns In Which Are Not...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

; ' ■ : ■ KfSl THE WBBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. OCT 1. IMA 'Leaders of Best Brands OF STANDARD GOODS At Correct Prices Matthews-McKinney Grand Opening New Fall Dry Goods 7$ Men's and Boy's Clothing At Correct Prices Hawes and Stetson Hats We quote a few items from our immense stock of $40,000.00 worth of genuine bargains. You can't go wrong by buying your fall bill here. A nice souvenir with each purchase of $5.00 and over while they last. .• Outing Pianette in all colors at. .. .5c, 8 l-2c, 10c. Cotton Flannel for underwear 5, 7 1-2, 8 1-3, 10c Heavy cotton Check, good grade... .4 l-2c and up Good bleached and brown Domestic 5c, 7'.c, 8ic, 10 Clothing Department We carry the cele- brated fit-well brand for men. We are showing very special values at $10, $12.50 $13.50, $15 and $17.50 Boys two-piece Suits $1, $1.50 and up, the Knicker-bocker pant and coat Suit $5, up The Veking brands arc best Good extra wide Sheeting 22 l-2c, 25c All colors in Percals 7 l-2c, 10c Our Shoe Depa...

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

JjjV - SI' OCT. 1. IMS. our \ey Fare Pays If you come to McKinney to trade, on either railroad or Interurban, • your fare both ways will be refunded. Ask any merchant* newspaper, den- tist or photographer about it, or ad- dress W. B. CARNES, Secretary Commercial Club. SUPPLEMENTARY TK.VTS. Ruling of Importance Co and TiiikIit*. Twlim County Superintendent W. L. Yar- brough hands this office the follow- ing: In a question submitted to the State Superintendent of Public In- struction. nnd by thin gentleman re- ferred to the Attorney General, the following ruling was given out March 14th, 1908: "The trustees of the schools of the •State have a right to ndopt any text Book they may see proper to adopt as supplementary book. supple- menting those prescribed by the Text Book Board. You are, therefore advised thnt in my opinion, if the State Text Hook Board should adopt a text book which could not be intelligently nsed by pupils below a certain grade, that the trustees of such school adopt...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

•i f o o. (i A TO REST IN PECAN GROVE npresslve fnnerul services over remains of Mrs. Claude Belli ►re helf] at thr residence on North | Mfeh hireet at 3 o'clock Thurs- |y. being conducted by Kev. I (Jober, pastor of the Klrst Meth-j |lnt church, and Rev. S. L Rleves, Istor of the First Presbyterian, lurch. At the conclusion of the scr-' Ices a long procession followed the irnains to Pecan <• r« v#* cemetery Jhere nil that v-as mortal of ilils no- lle young woman, an affectionate laughter a true wife and divottd father, wai gently consigned t<> the otnber empire of the grave. The tall beaters were 0. .1. H. Walker. L. Todd. Tom VV. IN-rkins, Prank )owell, Marshall I'adgltt and A. ti Ipeck. There were many beautiful lornl offerings. f For Sale or Trade. For merchandise, live stock or : dack land farm. 200 acres of fine : Imbered land about three miles I torn Chandler. Texas. Price $12.50 { er acre. Moore & Might, McKln- j ey, Texas. 4-Gd2w Your Yes. 100,000 times cach da...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

• '',.1 • THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-G AKBTTB. THURSDAY, OCT. 1, t OH vm IN THE "ROCKIES' OF COLORADO By Cliff Emerson and J. Ed Rhea BRUIN BAGGED BY McKINNEYITES. j A GOOD STORY /Af REAL LIFE BY HOME FOLKS We left Me Kinney July 4. Always hoard Colora- do was th« only place to go hunting and fishing, ho after looking through the various sporting mag- i a.lues. de uJ d that ('••holla, (iuuit1«oo county, Col- ornda. *a* the plan- we were looking for. After a lenr Itv correspondence with Mr. .1 .1. Carpenter of that placc we decided wu would hike to this hunter and flaher's paradise. After leaving Fort Worth our tlrst stop was Colorado Springs, where we spent a pleasant week following the well beat- en path of the tourist, Cripple Cre<jk, Victor, etc. Next we spent a few days in Denver, the heat and smoke of the ©My did not appeal to us, so from there we went to Pueblo, where we sper.t a pleas- nnt day, The next morning took the train for Su- ltda. After a two hours' ride we came to what ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 1 October 1908

iW*f W "* * I ' : ' '• ' • - , , f \ _ : \ A chartered institution of the highest grade. We confer degrees ujkmi our graduates and give tin-in it diploma thut stands for something, and will be a credit t<> tiiein anywhere. We accept notes for tuition, and guarantee positions. Hiiilrond fare paid from all points. Catalog free. We teach penmanship by mail. Telegraphy taught by an old operator. Address HKV. N. H. STONK, M'Kinney, Texas. fife ■ I .A This cut shows I). A. Warner as he appeared in working habit several years ago. He is the father of Warner's Mother Dread w acasass' Now manufactured at City Bakery, in McKlnney, Tevas. He i- it member of The Master linkers' V-soclation of Te\as, also has applied for membership in The \at hum! Association of Master linkers. Call anil «-ee him. Me will lie pleased to meet and converse with yon on the Jiiuh quality of his bread, cakes, pies, mils and buns. In fuel everything kept in a lirstclas-. bakery. Call at City llakery, the lioine ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 October 1908

toeekln TWKNTY-FIFTH VK.XIt, NO. :l<J. McKINNKY, IXHilJN COI NTV. TK A .AS, Till ItSDAY. OCT. H, I0OH. ONK IMH.I. \IC PKK VK Alt. MEETING AFTER 55 YEARS A meeti 11 u (Mil of the ordinary, and which filled with delight tho heart< of tv,<i of Collin comity's most houorod pioneer women, wj k hold Thursday at home of Mr. an.I Mr*. Waller Howell, when MrB. Isa- Ik'I Beverly of near Piano, and Mr*. Elizabeth Stiff t f litis city, neighbor* in the springtime of life, met In joy- ful reunion for the firs! time in fifty- five yours. During ih" early fifties, when Mrs. Stiff, wIioho maiden name was Elizabeth Chlnn, then quite h young Kirl, had .lust moved to Texan and Collin county, the family net Minn; near tlv present home of Mrs. Bev- erly. two and a half miles northwest of Piano. >1 rv. Beverly was then a bride yet In her teens, and between the two young women there sprang up a deep and warm attachment. Point time later, however, the other also became a happy bride and mov- ed...

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

„V,A .•.-.".v.- .? .m ' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. OCT K. 1 08, The Best Hour on Record. White Billows Flour FLOUR I* what we consider the WHITE BILLOWS brand. We ore backed up iu this opinion by every housekeeper who has ever tried it. WHAT THE IT THINK OF WHITE BILLOWS FLOUR you will think if you Rive it a trial. One sack will show it* Hue baking qualities and the economy of using it. Order one today so that our claim may be proven. Collin County Mill & Eleva- tor Company, Manufacturers McKINNEY TEXAS Siw Stop the Cold With New Window Panes Fresh air is alright, but the cold weather is approaching, and you should have Your broken Window Glass put in. We can fix you. We sell glass and put them in for you. SCOTT & NEWSOME PHONL 439. McKINNEY, TEX. HS5 PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMENT f "** \ CARDS OF VARIOUS PROFES- SIONS GROUPED FOR VOIR CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC larlted to Columns In Which Are Notices ot Doctors, Dentists, Lawyers, Notaries Etc. T. H. Bryant, Denti...

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