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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 May 1891

rJ!rvT ^in. "P llarri* aitrx>rlnt«nil- l«iuTal8HUHM i« IIHIIIillu unit. TTneitraO; out .no; liay $10 to $12: butter I 1 . < * *m THE DEMOCRAT Supplement. id ^ i st y i, le ie Vol. 8. M(• Ki1111 \, Texas, May 28 1S.H Nit. Iti. " —■" -r- [dclitional Locals. —— Civm., w Rutledg-'s rFruit jars at Nale & f^ices ;it Bapiis' •h tu'xi Sunday. F'Cheap rocking chuiis u>4 |A: Dies • Baptist eongregnti..n will a Sunday uchoi 1 pic <xt Wednesday. Ail Sun ichools in tie* city are in to unite with Mieiu 1 >, kaW'• a: Wi!«on creek 11. ilit-6 . 1 of the < i:\ / glasses !;• Nj.IH \- fi". t' ■ >k. t tii>' New \ oi k returned this w. ek from Peasant visit to relatives fiends in Sherm tn. Jiin Huwell and her iit pn of Bonhnm. art- visiting peg and friends i'. the fliis week Itoltsiomt. Haptic congregation l>"ii a i' ;>ri>'r.ic|.'d meeting heyday, at 8 p. in. 1 itil of ||ftnV wife Mhould alway* be the j cKpeolnlly to her husband, hut |U weak and riervou* and uses l'« ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 May 1891

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 June 1891

—Go R. M. Board For your # Pry Goodii. L. btodlM th« b*t good* and sell. tor ftVitoweatprloaa. Hpend your uaab [wltb dim. T H E „3" w MA'L MATTER. ocS PATHO democ THE Alliance Organ, Ami Ili<* 1110*1 widely elfcula In Colllu County. •V' VOL. 8. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T] (DAY, JUNri 4. 1891. * HI *tf i President Polk. atnrrh Remedy, ; principles is assured, urn of Dr. Plerres MUSICAL b«r« iwiins to b« little going oa jiusical olrplM of Ut , hut tier* jjui-h talk, among, musical people, tho marvelout cure of Miss B , ItigU contralto singer, who haa j suffered froui a severe throat bronchial affcctlou, superinduced [ Catarrh In the Head, ahd who j been perfeotly cured by the of Dr. Sage's Ci kptcd with tne Hdss Mcdical Discovery. For [bronchial, throat and lung affeo- ,wni liugering cougha, the " Dia- ry" la an uitequaled remedy. complicated with Chronic l Catarrh, ita nae abould be kpled with the use of Dr. Sage'a Remedy. Of all druggists. Professional cards. > Caidwil), I. E. Webb. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 June 1891

I i U 8 A i i I B I i K: rpxair "nTT'KyrOPT? AT ceived from prominent person* i And uow George Clark of of money that has been squan-1 lxlili l^HiJyiVJ^/XV^ A ,1^,1 u.,,1 1 Kin .Bllallml will. ' EDITED A.kd publish kd By F. ft Tf wiptofl. , . lm -y ——— UUB^CBlfT'05 KAT« : wl.o express a desire lo be Waco, tKHnes out with a long -present and if their busiiieab lst'^r o|lli« ite* illUM.'' ft tiilf can be successfully arranged 'he I'gbi bol Is out 1«> bum t!}*- they will be on baud. One Year... Sir tit MoatlM,. Six Month#. ... Three " Wt.AO i •« ;a 40 Our JkdverlUtng Ituto*. The committee on supplies iut'onu uts that donation of spall will be received by J. G. William* of Wbite's Groye. The committee are coulident of the largest crowd ever as- sembled iu the comity aud in- vites aid from all citizens. The sub-Alliances uf the county, aie instructed to ap point a committee of each to One column 1 y«*r flOO.ue Half column 1 v* N-00 l-lnch singl* colun.n 8>ou Local iuta««. ft cUU |M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 June 1891

M.&T. o. TIMK CARD. [n^uJh.NO; « No. n *,icf?b,No: " No. 13 M l<. & 1*. (1:0(1a. ill. 4:4M p. iu ;!() p. iu. ll:tM a. ui. N;4tl p. iu U:IU a. iu i*f ' |V*S St. • ■ ....12:40 p. ui .... l:l." p. in OIBMCTOBY. "'olo ik navor, , cuumvuitp ihwm ihbun. |W« *TKBUH. Lrvleci •very HabbalU at 11 o'clock ' ami 5S#P. • Habballi school tv Sslitiatb t :!*> • J";, ' «•«>:« ting ev ery Wednesday night at 7..W. MKTIIODIHT. Lvices every 8abbalh at " o'olock I hikI 7:15 !'• W" 'leVt '!' 4* * Uiitor. Sabbath school every •th nt ?|nien<l«nl. l'T yf meeting ev- \fdneedny night at 7. 0. CHRISTIAN. pxcIiIiik every hubbub morning at i . siKu P. «• Klder l'ritcbett. or.' Sunday school every Habbatb k'W a ui. 1'. Ilarrla, superintend- 1'rayer meeting every Wednesday ; at 7:110. BiFTlST. Mehlna every Sunday t 11 o'clock . and p. Sunday acliool biv morning at l :lfl o'olock. 1. C. >•, superintendent. lOCAX* NEWS, i Crotini at liutledge's. Bt improvements are re log attention now. the Nic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 June 1891

A//ml \ jm i 111 m § it I I i h i II !'' ■ I > li t I' NOT A KKBKli. J. ii. I>bv1b i:\|>UiOb lllH l'art in the "P'ue and Gray'* l-:« t amu. SULi'UUK Si KIN<IS, MAY ".>1 Editor 8a«i"Vvr> ClMlnnaU. nlito: That Derision. "The superintendent of pub- lic instruction shall be charged with the administration of the school law and a general sup«r-1 a8 tUi„ (.]audti of llu, iaw ex„ intendency of the business re-|lt.ud4 lo oouform t() ul)y decia- appellate have no Jurisdiction Simmm and Frank Hoiloweil )ttr appointment n in the adjudication of ilie mat- for City Treasurer. The two jaB,- Sunday, ter and it is just as plaiu that rau a foot race to unite the vote. "subordinate school officers Hollowell won and was sworn teachers" are not bjuud, so far in. R yse City r . . i. • iruvu 'U n iin nu vw MUJ W.M Dear Sir-Thanki:g you for |,l|Snjf to the Jml)Ho 8Ch00is 0f jou reU(lt,rHti by them i,pou otb 0 II ... .1 .At> ..*ii llir \ ul 1 l.i i I' . i . t « l _ _ _ l J ... • the fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 June 1891

-Go to R. M. Board For your Dry Goods* handle* be,t K0®*1' •ntl fiJUwit price*. «pend your cash with Wm. am rp l I tj ± 11 r 5 DEMOCRAT. CNTtnC* AT PATRONIZE THE DEMOCRAT. THB - Alliance Organ, And the uioot widely circulated In Collin County. VOL. 8. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 11. 1891. NO. 18 A roTertjf-itrlcken Millionaire! rhli Memi a paradox, ^nt It It n- tfaed by one of New lork'a richrii ka. "I don't oount my wealth In in," be aald. "What are all my .joaalou to me, aluce 1 am a victim consumption t My doctor tellt me ht I bare but a few months to Uvs, f the dlseat* I* Incurable. I am poor- [than that befgar yonder." "But," trupted the friend to whom be (pole, oiuiinipiloa be cured. If taken [time. If 1'lerce'* Qolden Medical orery will eradicate every veitjf* be iliMtaie from rour system." " rll [It," (aid the millionaire, and ho did; to-day there I* not a healthier, fitr man to be found anywhere. "Discovery" etrlkee at the teal of complaint. Consumption ta a dls- I of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 June 1891

—i the democrat Examiner Answered. S1 «I I I ii V si BDITKD AND PUBLISHED •l F. C- Thompson. THE SYK- Katch: it Months,. IUM( ran •I .50 , .«I . 4 to SI B-TKEASI H V TEH. "The Faraer In It." V N K VRNKST, NKNSIIU.K Al'PKAL. Hons of th* people's tax money will be a uniformity in the per { the farmers loose four-fifth's of Our Advci'tlwhiK lt«to , $100.00 fift.OO Om column 1 year Half e«l*nia 1 year ,.. Mack slsgls eotmnn. Local actio** 6 esnts }*r line foi tuertlon. Obituaries of wore 110 llaea will be cbargcd for at our aaaal rates. All oootrAoti will be charged for Id ptvporUoD to fbe abots. Address. Dkhociut Pi<*. Co , McKinney, Taxes. AY, JUNE 4. 1891. In temperance is dangerous to the most giaut intellect. WS! Disipation darkens the fu- ture and throws a shadow over the present. The highest court of appeal is the people. They should be educated. asury fellows say tubtre The 1 "treat m as well as you the other fellows." treat . f 9 « Rev. Dixon truly says that when thought mov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 June 1891

- I . ■- J^T, c. TIMB L'ABl). I::::::: No. U""• h No. )#.••••• • M K. & T. 0:00 a. ui. 4:48 |>. in. H:10 p. in. 0:04 a. in. H;4 l p. hi. O-.IOa. ui ..l'J:40 p. m. .. 1:45 p. ur pillion 1 ««ICO*OHY. „ MUS iM n*uM. o'clock ) . m i-RraiiVTKBiAN. vl«Ji S*!Sry,,Hm.b*8«bb#lli Mtiool MV.THOIUHT. t every Hubimih at 11 o'clock p. ■ lieV. J. A. Stat- [ u tor. Sabbath aohool every i£^.''Siiy«r meeting «v |«dnMilay 111 CHIUrtTUN. trhinir every Habhatb nuritlng at «• Klderrrttohett, P- 8uiiday •chool every Sabbath K a. m. P. Harrl*. ..jpcrlntend- j*rayernitsling every H fdiwiday It 7:30. lurrwT. chins every Sunday at 11 o'clock .nil i>4fi i . iu.. .Sunday <cbool j. uiornluK at t":« o'clock. T. (.'. Gwiiik\io our iurKH/ iiuriMiK^ III circulat\ion, ou/July Hint we will tlv\Huc/o our aiver. UiiiiK rates 50\/pcr ceul, Wi* ■Ino requireall/X Klectrotyp h for puMfcati/on \to bt: uioiwu IbiI u inn/(tlR bim\H. Tor further /Information u<lilr :hN TlIK IJnltOOAT. MuKinnky, Tax. IOAIm news I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 June 1891

Wbere Cliarlty Hh «14 Begin. That liviuooratlc (oilnr. 91X011% ITI.PIT RKT1KW. Tfct tirett Hew iork Divine Handles a I in- Subject |Si'« | ]! 1 * u 11 d * ' J BBK * v r I • f * tip. n , § a || . _ < a i Sffi •; I* '' I' H r tories we have be true, it was a far greater and a more thor- oughly representative body _ than that which nominated New York " May :U.-Kev. Fremont for preaident. Thomas Dixoo, Jr.. pnstor of II l° nie lubli C°nV,e°" tbs Twenty-third •treet Hapfiai ,,on in launching the peoples church, preceded his s—«n l' «ty wrote the preface to a this noraingat association 1*. i) "**" ,n PolitlovH of by the following review ,.f.„. >h« And for these reat events reasons among others. Oih the 10th of tins moinh • It implies the breaking up there met in Cincinnati a novel traditions of a generation, convention. They met to con- Kansas leads the way. Kansas aider the expediency of launch M WI*y ° «« before- a ing a new political party. They n.ost bitterly partisan state in l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 June 1891

pmtornec aa second clabb mm*. matter R, IKE. Board For your Dry Goods. n« handle* ttis *WM,« *m' 6)r the lowest prlees. Spend your uaah with him. VOL. 8. PATRONIZE' DEMOCRAT. THE Alliance Organ, Ami ilie* moat wIdely circulated p*pec Iii Collin (Jounty. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUls :■] 18. 1891, Talking of patent medicines you know the old prejudice. And the doctors some of them are between you and us. fhey would like you to think ||,at what's cured thousand* ron't cure you. You'd be- lieve in patent medicines if fhey didn't profess to cure vtrytliiitg and so, between |he* experiments of doctors, id the experiments of patent nedicincs that are sold only | ecause there's money in the HK in AFTKIt 'I'llKM. lie Huh Nocurctl AlllditvMs or li>- nocence, THK WICHITA FAI.LH VICTIM. NO. 19. Ai 7 «>'< 1 'i'U WultHp (J I. IAIIIh gen it.-:II r>, I'll lttld fl'lllllel' last evening III" VViHiitn wli i wa* tiir 1 hv :i m H 0 voting nmn oil Mispieion « l* Le i'ig tin' eorreNpoiiden...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 June 1891

AU the may .n ' * i I I I ':■ vH I I 1 W i I t, 1L M THE DEMOCRAT BDITKI* axi> PI BI-1S1IKI> By F,C- Thompson. STILL IT GROWS. FHOM LUNE ELM. M>i'let.\ UuIn A DllUetilly. L' \K Hi.*, ill'MK 1T , '91, Tilt' Interest in tllf tmnp-iueot- Kdltt* I'l-woortit Ynrtli Tayqc VfpHirol wh cb he read in that pleasant i\UI III 1 L\dD MCUlLdl niaou.rt Wbieh hi ft 30 e,^P ir >d Association. j?i ,fio lilt! tosTiM I:HTO I.XI'A N I>. to JI-JU -I grybCBimoN lift' One Year. Kigtit aioutto#, Hix Mouths, Three " Our AtlvorliNlittf KiU«*w. One column 1 yeur ''vliln Half column 1 year ' '' 1-lnch single coluum Local nctlccs. i> waitt |*r line foi each Inter!Ion. OMltmrtw > f u °i* than 10 lints* will l>c - barged 'w ut our asual rate*. All contra U will l>e charged for In |iro|iortloi) ! • tin- abo*e. AddreM, 1>kmqciut I'l l*. Co., McKinney. Te> . 6wlng\to our large inn-ease In cirrulal\iott, on .lulj we will advN une/e our atlver- tlalngral i50\y per coui. «' ]{,. ports fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 June 1891

rTr. TIME ( AKI>. I .,*)« 9 ,l!°" ■ ' • LgW b,N«. • 4:48 p. ui t :: So! n.:. C., a 11:04 h. ui P*n0 No." I..'. P- •" r .. §o.u SToi S k.«T. . , 1*2:10 p. ui ■M * 1:15 p. ur Iti at ^TTKCII OIUKCTOBY. ... U„KKI.AKI> I'HKHIIYIKMIAN. . . ,,v^r< Hal>*'atli *' " o vlT- in. ui. l^v.JS. Weaver, I,ill. H.h«ol i'vitv Htiblw Ji pr sitt'l'""1 li u. in I'lil II\"IK1U1K. L i..Mf every Habbath at II o'clock f .ml !>• Hubbatli whool [• j' I,illli ui I'-Xi a. hi. l'ra.ver Injjevt ry W >dnead y night al 7.80. muhokiht. vloet every Kabhall. at H o'cloek .mi 7*15 i>. ni.. «®V. A. nlal- Hast or. Sabbat li aehool every il l at :l"> a. m. intendent. lW meeting ev- edueid*)' nlgbl Ht < • 0. C1IHIHT1AN. plilnif every Habbatb morning at i .iHn-30 p. in- K'd,,r I rltcliett, 8und v aebool every Habbatb i « m. P. HarrU, anj.erliiten.1- i edneaday . m. "P. h#"1"' ""j! [7'rayermtetlng every >> I at 7:30, lUlfWI cblng every Sunday at11 o'clock ■ml f:4fl P m.. Sunday aeliool "moVnii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 June 1891

Atttk, N i 4 mm if f I if l a i 1HKAILIANCK IN IT. l/'levclatMl In Not. Lucas, Ji nk 15, *01. To Peter I. Davis: Dear l'eter, 1 am truly glad io see that we are ho near to- " h«r. We both favor a free • i • in local politics, but if the will have nominations any bow you will go in witb me and bee that the thing in done right. As to apologies day froui a vlsi1 to lelwives in for past conduct you need not Van Alstyne give yourself any uueusiness. Mr. Beauehaiup and wife and You say if my proposition in Miss Maggie Cummin* went to local affairs is right why not Dallas Thursday. propose the same in a national Miss Sallie Seaman*, of Mis issue? 1 have no objections to aisslppi, is visiting her Bister, in fact I am more than Mrs. A. II. McCarty. wlllin8 t0 try lt 1 woultl JU8t Mrs. Frank. Jackson, went to Dallas Wednesday to visit her Pluiio lteniH. •§ 1 touuim.J Mr*. Mituui* Newsome, re turned fiom Dallas Thursday where she Uaa been visiting friends. W. D. McFarlin was ii las the first o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 June 1891

Supplement. THURSDAY, DEO. 18, 1890 Al the Churches. MISSIONARY MASS MEETIN6. McKluney Stirred From Geatcr to Clrcunit'creuce by Elo- queut Preachers- AT BAPTIST CIIUKCII. Ou Friday night lust Rev. B. H. Carroll of Waco occupied the pulpit at tit* Baptist church. His subject was of two parts. 1st. "Christ is iu- deed risen." 2d. "Simon went a-fishing." The speaker read several passages from the New Testament bearing on the above subject, then he pro- ceeded to deliver a characteris- tic and able sermon. He spoke of (he Lord's protecting care of those who labored in the Mas ter's cause, and notwithstand- ing this they would forsake duty and teiurn to their former avocation. To those who bad retired from "being fishers of men" he wa ted to put a ques tiou which he hoped would burn into their very souls, "Is Christ dead f" His entire ad- dress elicited wrapped atten lion—at times during pauses tb<? silence was almost marvel ous. The noted divine di credit to the wide reputation he b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 June 1891

nurlwuii t.Y l"a.) , l'iuiiea wishing a . U . I . 1,^: 1-1.1 I IllilUUl lb« |w< Qui'" a sensation was created am>ng > politicians 1 ast | Saturday by 'he annouocement that Senator.I B. Gordon had acceL tfr c| a pr p sition to join the n'liunne. ( 1 u *idnv h - 'i instant -I' t'« ti'in. Periodical wi.-itnu Wheeler h Wi':.. ,:i ■ —NEW— HIGH-ARM iJ. S, The lightest run- ning lock-stitch Sewing Machine -THE WORLD.- Aw a r d e d the highest possible PRMEUM. THE ONLY Grand : Prize A.', tbo F.xpoattluu Unlverntslle, I'urla, ISijft. Snap Shots, Dallas News. 'Pride ynHtbefore destrtlC ti. n" and nothing rise can stop her. Speculation lin* very nam rnlIy into pecu la' "U There is \ er^ li 1 unearned '«fcifin 'lit 1, ii muh 1 I*"• * i (lit) 8. Sued Hid* erv " mile* a few • i■ ■ • i*iiiiijis iiji" < 'i in empty tuaHi. 8-iU" people ilniiK i hey I'" li'-ve many thn'iis which they d" not The reporter* « >> tn to have taken Hitting Hull t\v the tale. Every man should have an eye s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 June 1891

r ninimlnn n flume vol Supplement. feURSDAT, DEC. 18, 1800 In Mt niorltim. Hiuoins School Housk, i ! • < • m >. r 7. 1890 \ "And 1 heard a voice from Heaven lying uii|i> me write. -lileaaed are th • Bail which cle In I he l.oidfrom hence- Drib. Y ea, <• it it ihe Spirit. that thev ly real (rum ihelr labma anil tli ir fork* do follow them " — Huv. N:l;t It is with in . • lings «it Joy und s<i,o> fiat we rrite to aritU'iH '' t• «-* depart- ITe of our (<(*•> Bin'fi, Mil tali L haves, who was )iu April IV), lt 02, ju Ktiox unity, Teun.; was married to H. Graves, July 8, 1881 ; lied near llitfttins school house, lovember 23, 1890. She ha i been in thin neigh >rhood < ne short year, and Ivy her many acis of kirduess lac rendeted herself dear to all *ing a faithful Christian, she l i for u a good example She Pas a member ol the Baptist -church since November 20, '81; bImi a member of the Alliance, and was buried with Alliam-e lonors. We, i he Bishop Alliance, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 June 1891

he in. sc ebi m P> K< 1) It in a) 81 Li F« «( tl P' ei tl ei r: cl tl it ri if tl It w fi ti D n c b g c Christmas Entertainment. Ther- will bw an eiiteitain in-lit at the Christian church on the hitftit of Dec. 24. This t-ntt-ri iiii^uL will consist of eony- aiions and n regu- lur (Miiinmm- ship. 'nil lig^ed, under San l u > avail i Minify S I i 11 1 i I «-r • 1"! '!'> beavtlv ladem-d, the command of Claus. All «li themselves of ot dispeusiu^ good cheer are ty to do so. !• it can be said Shu is free to one a id til', Schools and families lat j;* and small. All who wish to nse this ship. On her tirst and trial trip, Just feel free to do so. A Girl Wortn Having. A few weeks ago I read in ! your paper Mr Morehead's ex perience in the I'lattiii: Iiumi- liess, in which he cleared 1=107 8f> in a month ; but I l>e;.i that, if 1 am a gnl. 1 sent a- lie directed ami got a Pla'er. ami cJeaied $208.17 in oin month Can any of your read eia beat thiol1 You can get hpi'ODH, for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 June 1891

«■■*+J*# ■ —-Go to- my R, 1H. Board For j'our Pry Goods. ■I, handle* the l*«t gooiU and *ell for "th, |0w«rt prioM. Spend your cub with him- :r cnrents at THt eaaTorMccaa Hcavx .. IV MAU. MATTCA * DllMOCj . THE Alliance A iul 1 lit* mo&t widely circuit ,i i Collin County. VOL. 8. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNK 25. 1891. We'll write it down till everybody sees it Till everybody is sick of seeing it Till everybody knows it without seeing it— that Dr. Sage's Catarrh Rem- edy cures the worst cases of chrcftic catarrh in the head, catarrhal headache, and " cold in the head." In ncrfect faith, its makers, the World's Dispensary Med- ical Association of Buffalo, N, Y., offers to pay 8500 to any one suffering from chronic catarrh in the head whottt they cannot cure. Now if the conditions were grsed -Ou* asked you to ^ $500 tor a positive cure might hesitate. Here are jjutable men, with years of paorablc dealing; thousands dollars and a great name of them and they Bay— ye can cure you b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 June 1891

may I THE DEMOCRAT KDITXU AN1> I'l BUSHKU By F,C< Thompson. MimeDiawsNeaf, I THE HOYS ARE 111 STI.IJiU. The Nphs SpremllOK Fur ami ill t 4 £ T | I; II ? c V ■ 1 I , i j I > ; i |i ■ rt m i 1 BoaacMiTioN lUiw: One Year, #1.5t Bight ftloutli#, * Mix Months Three •• 40 AUvertlHliitf One column lysnr $100,110 Half column 1 year 1-Inch single column s,otl Local nctloea, 6 cent* i' r line foi each lnwrtlon. Obltuarlc* of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our usual rate*. Ail contract* will I'® charged for In proportion to the above. Addreu. ukmocrat pl'b. co., McKlnney. 'I'e e«. Owing \to our large inireaMO In circBlat\lou, os« Mul} hm we will ad>\am /e our adver- Using rates..'>0\ p m- < ««nt ' also rrnmre ull \ Kievtrots p * for uuldicati 011 \to ' moun- ted on 111 Itl bas\t. J1 0 r further /inioriikttUou\tt«lore as Tuk Dkmooat. MoKixnkv, Tkx. "THURSDAY, JUNE 25.1891. new* spr«'u«linj ' WUlf. ft Mutt*, I>!>; II C. llerudon, $.*>; J. Crouch At Jiro., #....

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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