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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 April 1891

IsSTTbe Nickle Store warm \ < o visit th -ui. H. & t. V. timk (!akl>. i V,f' Kdiiy d liferent stylus of kit..; « luiiiu m Nttl At Di V. Going *oi;fh'jj"; 'f " • N«! ii. Going nurtb. No. :i '*"* I .'MM? t.'« ilto Ni'Ulf StUI'H u. in. No. I No. i:t m k. cv x. 4 IN ..in. ""'I I'UI'llUS-i youi' IKHic US. U;l( |>. in '.ijiil a. in. . S;tup in. I-. 11:1 ii ii. ill fSPUo lu VVehh & Porter y, MTU, oum, Craml, «io. Arrive# ul l.envos t. i-.': I') p. in. I:l.j ji. ui* -gf"i artfuins ai the Nickle i« chdhuh wikwtoev. Cl'lJUKKI ANI) lilKXUV I KIllAV. | i.r Piemy of racket, at the N irk I Stor*. Lilmik /"Ureal bargains in ttlip- Service# even Sabbath at II ... unii t :ui ii hi. tt«v..i. S.Wruvi-r, . ... , . „ •aUbiuiiwlic Miftb. Ii I' ■ I" I lie Mississippi Store, mi11>« rinicliil. pastor it |i:30 ii. I" Kill. I'ICI Hl>\ I CHUN. Services every Sabbath lit II o'eloek It III. MiKl Ill HiiMiiiIIi ><||I..|| ever) MibluUli l !I:.I0 li m. I' « i Meeting every Wcilnehiluy n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 April 1891

• * m B0&T-RY. Civht Par Ont. 1'imt rou-pany let# it* work •<in In the piece and the em plovees cairy it lo iheir home* Tbe Tiuie* reporter found tliai to get work one must pay Oh. Uwir 10 our bwru i« tu* bright ,wo dollars for the privilege, with old friends here this week, ulverdollar, ^ and deposit one dollar to secure the ihurn of the material. The Blood Disorders AND KIHDRKD DUBAHBI OF SPUING DISCUSSED, na, Texas, wus hand shaking 8yuopitloU Medical Lecture by Mm. J. 8. ltike left Monday for a vii|t to relatives in Fort Worth.-Haskell Star. Pr. H. M. Markhaui, of Cell- Willi Llboity'* picture iu t turn* Miss Nellie McElreatfa, of froui the mini. tuereiurnoi me material. 1 ue visited Mrs. Steve: And the national blril. wlili hl hinli reporter llien visited Rosenthal Xealherv last week t till.tr. — - mi • a * • A m i i J ! milled collnr, 4i it Im- would Hiclit If yon yave lilui lhe hint. Tbe old \ n nkee dollar. Our f iber ' tilts dollar Made of Juit eight> cent* «t the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 May 1891

-Go to- ll. XVK. Board For your Dry Goods. lie handle* the bent goode and Mill for the loweat price*. Hpend your cub with blm. TH K - PATRONIZE THE DEMOCRAT. THE Alliance Organ, And Hut moat widely circulated paper In Collin County. VOL. 8. M'KINNEY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, M.\ 7, 1891. j, A. Caldwell, I. E. Webb. Caldwell & Webb, physicians & Surgeons. Ofllce over K. W MeAulaya nrug Store, J)r. Webb tun be found in liis office day or night when not professionally engaged. Dr. Caldwell's residence 's oil south Wiloox street. dountii Note^. WVLIE ITEMS. rituitler.] in JT• B, HILL, M. D. mokinney, ■ - - tkx Practice limited to the disease! of Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat. Office North Kentucky street, over Glbaon't A Erwln's olllce, opposite the Foote House. Hours, 8 to 13 a. in., and from 1 to 3 p. m. . II. MSQT2B, M. D„ llnepatUe Phv*t lan wi Jmpon. MoKI*>NKYr, TEXAS. Chroinc diseases and dlaeaaes of wo- men and children a specialty. All call* ; day or night at hla office, will be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 May 1891

, Jb "" I yi« <111' At! th, v § Mm *1, M I I ¥ W>" 1 •■ i If IB ■is t| I = & r ■ I f ■ Bfc* THE DEMOCRAT EDITED AX I) Pl'BLlSIIKD 3y F.C< Thompson, Seasonable Advise. IIom Id nrh-rl a Spring Medicine. SrMCKll-tion 1utw Oa« Ye r ■fit Months •Ii Month*. rn>M •• Our AtlTvrtiMliitf !<«*« ■ compels the statement that at top of u t !l it was over 10 feet (he tail end of the Vacuna. fur iuH rounded by the hundred* aud A j• • I 12: Clear and frost on thouunds of bii fellow oltiiioDi hi, >.v. The sun wa« an hour who throng in to inspec t the MU\ a half hi>rh before the A Short Kiarurt froiu a Lecture wonders ofthepre*idt ntial train *uow melted any, but by noon "r* ^ B. Hart man. and to naze upon the nation's it was all gone. ' ,, A ~~ .-hlef ra.gi.tr... a«. H.rriaou A a tb- uuth o! .hi.' A '"""■""iirhli'."* """ *1 .ao ' jJi is at his very best. Whether story, any one cutting down a 40 prepared carefully in advance thrifty ash or pecan old enough or extemporaneous, h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 May 1891

1ST Hi* Nickle Store want* you to vi«lt them. KHOil cormiaK. ' if. & v. c. TIME t'ARI>. (lolDK south, No. 'J <i:00a. ui. u .. No. 4 *18 p. ui. <t • No. II 0;10 |>. in. QuInK north, No. a l :(M u. ui. U .. " No. 1 8;4S p. ui. i- " No. 13 ti:IO a. in X.K.&T. Arrives at 12:40p. m. j.eavos at 1:45 p. ur "" f'HUKCH l>IItHl TORY. JriTKniii jut both M j lint hi > and Standard, at J. 1 iarstr*w 81 I'llW lulls, lit DOWKI.L'H mm- • - — — Illt'H, 811'.IW I a W ISKMAN'S ligT'Koriy dillVivnt styles of rocking chubs ut Nale & Hie^, tSfConm to the Nickle Stoie and |>ur«has-* jour notion*. CI MHKHI.AMI> I'HBMIIVIKIIUN. Services everv Sabbath at 11 o'clock ,. , m.and7:80 p.m. Rev. J. M. Weaver, at pastor. Sabbalh school every Sahba li it t :30 a. in. superintend-1 ( ent" I'ltKAUYTKHIAN. ! t" l*r KelilKeraiors, ice cream J. P. Dowki.i. s. Webb Si I'orl r hraml, • «<• Services every Sabbalb at II o'clock f'ol' lia'v, com, oat*, a. in. and 7:110 p. ui. Hahhuth sch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 May 1891

® • K * 1 f I Li '* 1 p HIS ASHES TO THE WIND.! STRANGE FUNERAL RITES OVER HENRY MEYER'S REMAINS. Wa« Iiirfiltrated lo liar Mimlr ilf • Hautl III* ikliti Wirr l'ii«t lulu III* Air from tlie* .statu* of l.lltnt) lit Nrw Turk llmtmr All A lit* IMwrlnl. A little wliito clout) fliNitnl miii lrom thr ln-.vl of I Ik* Suit u« of hiU-rt v !it 4 oVUx-k in tlw nftornoon, ami in it ilin- i*i thi' four wIikIn i f liriivcn Ibe m miiiM uf llriirv Mr\"r, Imlel b*e|> r, uf Stutmi 1-luml. 'IV In- I n I'd III tllii Hl'f.'lllr.r, llillf fytilcnl i. ■ lit'>ii in tniilair. hh it wun , wn> t*x:n*ily ax iIip ilwl iiiim liml uftcn dinvti"! while h«- lived. .u li • hml wiMhcl. liU body vv.ih ort'iaatixi. Iii*1 tamli'iil i if iikIio* wiw (lit-sri'vi-'i in ■ I mi until the next Smuliiy aliuuM ohh<j, Mill then, with tli« popping of clutui- puffin* tlottli'H mill expie^iiin* uf (jikmI will, but li" "Tiff, wiw ciu t from the top o/Lilwrty ivlienevei- it would #.■•. In the clfiir KUtwIiiiiL1 of tlio l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 May 1891

U lo- ll. M. Board For your Dry Goods. Ha handlaa the b«*t yoe>U and Mtlla for the lowest price*. Spend your eaah with him. MOO I PATRONIZED DEMOCRAT. THR Alliance Orgi And the moat widely circulated In Collin County. VOL. 8. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 14. 1891, NO. 14. j, A. Caldwell, I. . Hbl). Caldwell & Webb, physicians & Surgeons, Office over K. W McAulaya t>rug Store. I)r, Webb can be found i>. his ofibe 'lay or night when n- professionally Dr Caldwell's residence t- on south Wilcox street- I b, mix, n d. • • - T,ox Practice limited to the diseases of En, tar, Hose and Throat. North Kentucky street, over Gibson's 4 Krwln'a offloe, opposite the Footu Houae. Hours, Hto 1_ a. in., and Irotn 1 to J p, iu. M. H. MKTZ, M. O., Usmopathic Physician and Surgeon, MOKIWKY.TKXAS. tHrunlo dUeaaea and dlaeaaaaof wo- man and children u apeclaltv All call* day or night ai hi* olllce, will he £ H. L. Pearson, f( Dental Surgeon, Office north aide aquare, over Aran's atore. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 May 1891

1 READ SLOW, NO BLOW, THEY MUST GO! IFLZE^T SLiAUGTER Prices Do the Talking, and Goods Go Walking. E3 ot get moved 'His that we We bought a tremendous stock,thinking that our Large New Building would be completed for us by March 1 st. But we o in and ready for BUSINESS UNTIL SIX WEEKS LATER,so the DISAPPOINTMENT has lett us with a large stock oi bpnng u do not want to carry over. This is a better time to dispose of them than any other time will be and you are going to help us o<\ UNLOAD THIS SPLENDID SURPLUS OF BARGAINS [> j others will try to imitate this great sale, but it take snerve to meet us in these prices. Remember that Wi >3man AJ ways Leads i i /ar follows Lawns worth and sold for 5ets only 2 cts, Salines worth and sold for 1:J cents only 5<*ts, White Lawns worth and sold for 12 cts only Hots. Liyht Shirting Calico worth and sold for • > H> onl\ I els ^ ' widf Sp and. Idcnchnl 1 )oiiit>stii> worth f cts only "> cts. Kcninnnts of all kinds of 1 )r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 May 1891

Improvement Sale! GREAT SACR IFICt- Highest of ull in Leavening Power.—U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889 Baking Powder -IN- ABsourtEcr pure iRV GOODS,Etc, Head the supplement. -AT-- II 1 STORE. Within the next thirty days 11- - eontiaeior* will begin the work of enlarging Our Store R -oiii which will necessitate the packing up of the greater portion of our Clothing, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ETC., ■c=> Ottis I'otts made a Hying Irij) to Dallas Saturday. i-*"'" Pon't forget to see R. M. Board, when you a-e in the city. The new Willis Hotel will sooti be ready for business. I'rof. ltyruer, of Wylie, was j in tin' (ity Saturday. J-t/"Straw hats, straw hats, jMliuw hats, at WlSKHAN'S. liiiHinehH seems to be good in nil its lines. v* liile tlie work i> iv > u r-t m« 1 I ♦ ?•* ; . *F,i,. hi l. 11«• of door and •a i(n|o\s fif|. mis, at .1. J' dowri.i/s. fole v. 0 w 111. fi.tin li i-da'euni I thai ri giye n Special Discount of Fifteen per cent off of our already extremely lo*' prion...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 May 1891

AUtk* \ U \\ Ik - i \ ii i I 1' Mtm LX - A CaK Loau of OA l- v > *■ l■ |iU| HIiiDIK TWIN If Mill' J 1SD TO KANSAS. \ I.,««• I To rn.tmrnl. Tin1 I .111,' rliena tournament whirls \ at rit. Leonard'* in aid of the Luuik" >t uj.-i rm. _ „ . wl, ^ ,.,,ri nf fou<l> <4 th* Men* Help aoclwty waa • 1 111* beiutf ibt- liHHbt l'Ult curi,„„eight, thaftwof Boy*lConif*l Collin couuty, 1 think i tought hall Km* f-.-r the tiw*converted into a to be represented in tin- dkmo Dixon, who brought i lUT> it looks ub though no huK« <" • Kurd. while the gallery wan reserved for pectat«r«. The Hon. Rep- nultl Cu^cll und Mr. Slmdfurth IWger were tin* player* anil were well matched, each vide novmijf a win. A* you watched the li„Miri-!- muviurf over the board you felt ;u> if you wi-re realizing the dream of Alice in her travel* on the other *' i of the li 'kii « j:la «. though the Tu Ux S tferougb the train of wheat J one elite will write, ao 1 will Croat Argonia to the Triutt S>ur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 May 1891

m rvvvnC UTT Iliirtiut'.bd sl'Uiib to be good in | tiuni|>ltr"t. ( S. THE DKMOCH AT KupplcmcjH Vol. K M«• Ki ni♦ • \ . T.'vts. \f . • I ! IS M r r wMiii WMMMi «V kVe > ltd "ill -evera! 11 r« copies of i li i issue. 'In' !>■ hi via i >■ h injr 1 in ivi"l, and the )•• pl«- are ex using ' heir ji p|" "ciation by (•-elibing l>i iii' score iiikI •'ii11*1 pii111ju tin dness ijien tilling nut 'tji inns wi h ^i mis. Tins mai es ti* htp and Ih>* I ' in i ia1 will t un it' I.' I 111 | • I > • V. - \V. T.iv! 'i. i II kii' vvn t< <if litis cit \ , It.is accepted V ^ilimi • •!' lo e ii nt the incrtti ««tli< e )if OtRee llUtt II il li it h mt I - i i|hi| l ii > ii • .1II il we our Iead' l> « I -verlook [ill St!lk< S | - [II III' "II lice (' v IvllIts !>■ In '*H wes I k1 tell wa~ i n i utility r M.IIH* It gilI last dv. hi Sirt.la lit'i ti •" \ tieiand Lm in I lie - in p! ■) of ' 'p* ali'le :.i aOiLUc \ trt. j From Nevada. Nevada, 'IVx , Ma) 1 , 18W1 To the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 May 1891

irnn — .p..*. 1 ? it by [be c fn- J of o Ut id \ 1H \ 11 lr u 11 8* I b, L Bt 01 I at la pr I Ml( El } Ira ! u lie r iwf —

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 May 1891

R. M. Board rrr For your ' ■ Dry Goods* x He handles the beat goods and sells tot the lowest prices. Spend your cash with him. HE DEMOCRAT. IHMD CL PATRONIZE THE DEMOCRAT. THE Alliance Organ, And the most widely circulated In Collin County. VOL. 8. 'tigSne^SS? FROM UNfLE MIKE. physicians & Surgeons. Offlee over K. W McAulays Orng Store. Dr. Webb can be found in bis office day or night when not professionally engaged. Dr. CaMwall's residence « on south Wilcox street. M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MA Y 21. 1891. M' I I NO. 15. B. L DAVIS, M D., phyMlolau and Miu*|g««ua. PRINCETON, TKX. Residence in *.l u dln«r formerly occu- pied by J. 11. Sneed. 18ly. M. N• MLMTZn ^4. I),, Homnpathlc Physician and Surgeon, MoKINNEY, TEXAS. < bronlr diseases and diseases of wo- men and children a specialty. All call* dar at His office, will be . ... ...tended to. Office up-stalrs In Stiff's building. or night promptly ati IH. L. Pearson, K Dental Surgeon, Ofllce north aide square, over Aron's (tor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 May 1891

'Xx READ SLOW, NO BLOW, THEY M C3-R.E3-A.T SLAUGTBR Prices Do the Talking, and Goods Go Walk ui« We bought a tremendous stock.thinking that our Large New Building would be completed for us by March ^ in and ready for BUSINESS UNTIL SIX WEEK3 LATER,so the DISAPPOINTMENT has lett us with a large stock ot Spi ing - >as that we do not want to carry over. This is a better time to dispose of them than any other time will be and you are going to help us <0 UNLOAD THIS SPLENDID SURPLUS OF BARGAINS |> others will try to imitate this great sale, but it take snerve to meet us in these prices. Remember that Wiseman Always Leads an I u / -r follows . I „ , . flll. Vu fmiv o f.t« Satint'8 worth and sold for 12 cents only Sets, White Lawns worth and sold for 12 ctn only 5ets, Li-lit Shirting Calico worth and sold for <> l'ts „nlv I ets, Yard wide Sph-i.did Hl.-;ielu-d DmuuHtie IZV r ,it,, iro-™7ir«nd 0,«inK, take then, along AT ANY PUIC'li, Swia- Ll ,l,if worth 10 and lo o.s o,,K o ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 May 1891

Improvement Sale! Highest of all in Leavening Power—U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. ABSOLUTELY PURE -IN- DRT GOODS,Etc, Jacob Aron and family have left for Chicago ou an extendec visit. -AT- ississnri she. Within the next thirty days the contractors will begin the work'of enlarging Our Store liooni which will necessitate the packing up of the greater portiou of our Clothing, z> GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ETC., IC3 while the work is in progress There- fore we will, from this date until that time, give a Special Discount of Fifteen per cent off of our already extremely low prices on all Clothing, Gsnts' Furnishing Goods and Wool and Fur Hats. Also J' "Straw hats, straw hats stiaw hats, at Wiskman'b. J-*:,'' Finest line of door anc window screens, at .1.1*. Dowki.I/B. ESPTIih house may fall, but It. M. Hoard still stands at the unit; old place welcoming his many customers. I>« yon waul to save I'roin US to <" 0 cents 011 every dollar you spend! If no, write Tor liliutruleil c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 May 1891

— ^'$SS *x I ft J ®' A BKPLY TO GOV. KTONE. An Alliance Mud of t'ulton Has Konu'thinur to sa*. Editor AppwU-AvnUnrlie. I have just finished reading Go*. Stone's reply to the Web- ster county (Miss.) Alliance concerning the subtreasurv plan, and while I ail.' only a hiKh pri vut, iii the rear r.*uk of the Allium s. 1 desire very much U> be allowed through your pa- | per to answei the objections of- fered to the subireasury plan by so euiineut and distinguish- , ed a gentleman as the govern-' or of Mississippi. Gov. Stone's assertion that he is in full sympathy with the trilling masses, aware of all their difficulties, and anxious to do anything within range of governmental action for their relief, "but is opposed to wha^ is known as the subtreas- ury scheme,'' exrites very great wonder on my part—wonder that a gentleman of his sup- posed ability, patriotism aud , philanthropy Bhould" at once be so anxious to do a thing, and at the same time so anxious not to do the selt-sarae thin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 May 1891

■«— on in ,;!™ ■ f ■ • • ,. v I li-> fO R, M. Board For your Pry Goods, «. kwdlM bttit *0<M,Vnd ,elu fo.r HU«lo*e.l *l'« d y°ur 0Mh with Wui. RAT. tNTKNCO Af THC PQ&rOFPICC AO lCONOCl* MAIL MATTER. VOL. 8. M'KINNEY, TEX A 8, THURSDAY. MA^ i8. 1891. PATRONIZE THE DHMOCRAT. THE uc 6 Organ, And lite most widely circulated mm* In < .'•■lilii Conhty. ■ iw w« - .^-U' 'NO. 16. Let every enfeebled woman know ill There's a medicine iat'11 cure her, and the proof's A NKW I'AIM Y HORN. A mill Great KiiIIiukIumii nt < in- <* i it n it I i. Tlii' I'lulloriii DemunilB Coinage and Iteltorutes the Ouulii nn«l SI. Louis 1 ii- HlrilllUilltN. isitive! Here's the proof — if it sn't do you good within asonable time, report the ct to its makers and get ur money back without word-but you won't do it! little od'iical giant win The remedy is Dr. Pierce's into tin* world today. It is tli«' lil'Tiil nutli i • mi i Oil oinna'i, ().. Mtiy 2d — A born 'avoritc Prescription—and it s proved itse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 May 1891

t* I kf < "ill s t*«lv -r coin. pnt in clroulalon For three reasons wo have made the Greatest Reductions ever known in McKinney. CO o —I S3 t>r. • r—« PU d D-. nz5 CJ 1 J*tn CD First Reason : Because right now money is scarcer than it has been for years anil the peo- ple will appreciate a Bargain. Second Reason : It is a long established fact that we are the leaders iu low prices,and to con- vince the people beyond all question,we are selling To-Day Clothing at 40 per ct.cheaper than any house in McKinney. Third Reason : We are overstocked and don't want to carry over any Spring Goods. 10 For 10 Days for Cash! 10 Read Our>fan Suits we sold for fc?7 00, #25 00, $22 fiO, $2000, your Choice for $15 00. This means the best suit of Clothes in the House. SECOND LOT Suits we sold for $18 00, $17 00, $10 00, your Choice for $11 50. TH111D LOT Suits we sold for $15 (X), $1-1 00, $12 50, y our Choice for $8 50. O in •—t ro cu v • S3 T3 >—• • 3Q CD C.1 Gentlemen: Think lor a moment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 May 1891

ltn'l] o :<l Mh In At Weston* H. * T. V. TIMK CAHD. U*WU|b.NO; j. ....... . No. w L,dk nortli. No. 8...... .. No. 13 m.k.&T. ii. iu •l:-4N p. in. I ;I0 ji. ui U:(M n. in. 8:-|ti p lit. U:l<>a. ui rive* t- t.vrH «t.. . l'J:40 |i. ui . 1:15 p. nr cuurcb dibectoby. Cl'MMtHI-AND IHBSBVTKHIAN. arwlw* eveiy 8*bb*tli at JI o'olock •ml 7'SO P. IB. Htv.J.ti.Weiner, ,ior SBbliith Witaool every Habtm'li tiSS *. ui. superintend- I'BWBYTWUAN. •rvloes every Sal t> ili «t II o'clock l,u. and 7::«' l '• «bbath school :Sabhath at H::W> a. in. ITityei leting every Wednesday night at 7:80. MtrllODIHT. pi vice* every HablialU at 11 o'clock "wd 7:16 V ui.. n«v. J. A. «tat- pastor. Sabbatli school ever) kbatn at 0:45 a. in. ►erlntendent. l'rayer meeting ev- Wednesday night at 7: 0. CUK1HTIAN. HtchlBK everv Habbath morning at L" «ndi:ao p. ui. Klder Prltohetj. lor. Sunday *chool every Sabbath MO a ui. P. HarrU. superintend- , l'rayer meeting every Wednesday kt at 7:30. iuitist. eachlng ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 May 1891

- I I 1*1 i L" . 5* 1 *i ■ Ji TH AT DECISION. The Law Supreme. Kit it or iVmoi riti. 1 notic-i in t;ie Kxani'". r notice to trustees and le^cher* ofCullin county from Supt. T. A. Colrnan that "ihe S'a'e board of Education" dtwidwl upon an appeal that all children of education superior to plain m* jutiiled arifiuiance iuw : Bm* ii • out. A's boy Olf ciaries of said fuud are those Mat uLiotild tie.mclu led in riai i rchotaslic census and the law I* specilic in its direction as to ne basis and luauuerof taking said scholastic census What need, then, for any special rul-, . % when the law is so plain on ilie subjectIs the state board Be publi scho > frotil the UjH-n which lhey bec'iiti" It T^ars o' . •, until 11 — day UpOu which til") become six teen years of age. without re gard to enrollment. "All school ollicers and teachers. was enumerated according to law and thus b. came a bene- ticiary of the school fund for ihe succeeding scholastic year; about the middle o, the suc- ceeding ...

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