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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

s*r 1 ntttmi HWWI r. ^ -M PfcJi 1 ■SB- (' I Spring Line OF——— Velvet Brussels Moquette and Axminster CARPETS Is now in stock and we invite you to call and inspect them. We also have a large line of Art Squares, all new and up-to-date patterns. Our line of Floor Rugs, Mattings and Linoleums, is complete and would like to cover your floors. Give us a call Crouch-Saigling Co McKinney, T«xas. COLLiN CnUNTY f ROADS Mi ETINfi TIMELY HI (HiKSTIOVH MAI>K BY K. W. KIRliFATKM'K. WORK OP SPLIT LOG 'DKAii ♦ F. ft. HMHJE8, IHn'Jst. ♦ Upstairs Shaln Block Kast Side ♦ Keaidsnce Phone : ♦ Office Phone 41* ♦ • •!' > • T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Foote ♦ . House. Phone 208, McKinney. v I ♦ ♦ >' H. L. DAViS, Attorney at Law ♦ > McKinney: north side; Notary • i> tn office. ♦ FORM Kit COLLIN CITIZEN. Lee J«'tt, Now of Atlanta, Texas, Writes InU'rertingly. > <5. a ' 1 ♦ I n. A. ABKRNATHY, Lawyer + Collin County Abstract Co; «> > Land titles abstracted and per- < > fected. Mone...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

HKyisi. |«*. ' P: L ' ' k 4-1- ■ R«k' BIIGHU AND GIN With Ao«Ut« of Potash Bm relieved and cured many thousand* of hopeless oases and we want you to try it. Price 50o if; j_ ____0 an honest remedy moneys s made on honor K. K. MHIHIOL. '3icinuuryT,TvTaI^<WwIS rieT3rTtar^^nUi^tX**Oli . WeaK rnn FOR STATE MEETING PRETTY HOME j WEDDING HERE ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ The Jamestown Exposition Official name: Jamestown Ter- centennial Exposition. Character: Military, naval, marine and historic exhibition. Nature: State, national and Inter- national hiatorlc celebration. Purpose: Commemoration of the first permant settelment of Engllsh- speakiug people In Ameerlca. Opeptnlg date: The hour of noon, April 2C, 1907. Closing date: The hour of mid- night, November 30. 1907. To be opened by the President or the United States. To be closed by President and Oovenors of the exposition. Location: Exposition grounds, on Hampton Roads, near Norfolk, Portsmouth and Newport News, Vir- ginia. Exposition Company Headq...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

-J " Chief Wants Your SSar" The chew that's always asked for—the chief want of every chewer—the standard chew for over forty years—still, as always, both the best and most economical chew made is PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO Only the choice, ripe, fine-bodied lc;.f is good enough for "Star"—that's why it is so sweet, juicy and so b.;'.ing—that's why a 10c. plug of "Star" chews better and twice as long as other chews that sccnt bigger. Everywhere the call is for "Star"—every time it's the chew that is chosen—and every bite is "chewed dry." 150,000,000 ioc. pieccs sold annually In AH Stores ■a- FltlDAY. f WHYl KIDNEY DISEASE IS DANGEROUS. Deputy Sheriff Albert McCauley weni to Piano and Wylle on official business today. J. W. Katcliff of Millwood baa our thank* Tor renewal of his subscrlp- . 1 . , r. ... _ tIon to. The Democrat-Gazette for "eg'ec* 0| the First Warning Symp- AVATKlt KIIKiE. Feb. 7.—Sam Smith and wife of Diggers visited his yroihers. Ed anil Millard Smith of this place. Friday ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 14 February 1907

NMHBtWMflPtf iphmmi ;" •■"■■-'■■ 'mm / 1 vgjcj. jWBNMiMiflBWMwt' •. - . !. ■ v .A.-..-.!:. ■ fo#; b«^ J,* : ' ■fe ... JKr SI'™. tjfr ■ iw RWWiesaiMtHHMnMHM ..n^: ,1? i NMMMHMPMBSNNMNMBMMMWNM ■WlNMMMiyi MMMMMBaMMMMMBOaHi _ Starts Saturday, Feb. 18, Qosing Mondy, Mar. 4 BEAUTIFUL PREMIUMS GIVEN AT OUR STORE Coupon given with every purchase at our store. See the handsome prem- miums as you enter the door. Great Fair Store Every Day in the Year This Store demonstrates its ability to undersell the magnitude of our stocks. Our greater value and mod- ern business methods have won the confidence and loyal patronage of thousands. The Ore t Fair Store 1000 Yards Lace on sale 4c yim' for Lace worth at a' any store 5c. several stvles to select from. Beautiful La< . on sale at 4c Man's Hose on sale, 15c kind, men's fancy hose as long as they last, only per pair 10c Fancy Caps on Sale—25c kind' baby oaps ass rteu c« lora all go this sale at v. 10c Men's Suspenders on Sale—15c kind men's sli«]e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

f (' 91.00 I'hill VRAR. -> { II C I ; SALE OF MS FOR 1NTERURBAN McKLNNKY, COLLIN COUNTY, TbXAM, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 21, L>o7. VOL. 21. NO. J*. i i'v \ President J. Li Strickland qf thfa Texas Tructlou company hn put hla signature tu an Issue of ^3,000,000 of first mortgage bonds on the Sher- man-Dallas lnterurbnn Electric Kail- way. The deed of tru«t was execut- ed Rome weeks ago and temporary bonds Issued, until the permanent bonds could be lithographed and ex- ecuted. , There are 3,000 of the bonds of the denomination of $1,000. They have been taken by the Old Colony Trust Company of Boston. All the transaction lacks of being complete Is the signature of one of the officer* of the Trust company to the bonds. "Two million dollars of the pro- ceeds of the bonds will be used to construct and equip the road, ana the remaining one million will be reserved for the construction of branch roads, whlo'a are In contem- plation," said President Strickland. ' The road has been located f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

it-Gazette. Every Thursday. r. PBKKINS M'ALTER B. W1LMK INiblisher* and Proprietor*. If fej -Tba date printed opposite the margin of the psper or oa the ttee the tine to which your ub- i Mid All •ubecrliHloan explr- en & month. Any eubeorther not r.- paper regularly will please noti/j ua ffi B Wait to Ccbar Wale polanb CBbfna JFarm. m* ml reoelpta tor aoMy Pfld on loaa, but 01 dtt aame on eUp an^hed V orwllt la not ahown on slip In too date of ravlttenoe, notify tale McKinney, Texaa. Farm and Ranch: While at McKinney, I visited Mr. Henry Singleton and family, roamed over his farm, inspected bin ■wine, and enjoyed a drive through th* country. While out, we vlalted Mr. \V. M. Kerr, and though Mra. Kerr ' was absent, Mr. Kerr proved that he waa not only an expert In breeding I thorough-bred Poland-Chinas, but waa also an expert in the culinary department. 1 The writer has been Intimately ac- quainted with Mr. Singleton for Hit. , past 25 years, and felt quite at *Tie man with the h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

f I CASTORIA Tlie Kind Too Have Always Bought, and which lias boon fln use for over SO years, has home the slgnatare of end has beqji made under his per- sonal supervision since Its Infancy. Allow no onie to deceive you lu this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Jfust-us-good" are but Experiments that trifle with aud endanger the health of Infants and Children--Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Cfostoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* goric, Drops 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 Feverisliness. It cures Diarrliccu 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* GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bear* the Signature of Moiro in over 200 feet high and o<*- pits (he bent pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

i • • r ;./• v." I i 'i It n * Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. ■■I , TOM W. I'KHKINS WALT bit li. WILbOy l*Hbliithrni and Proprietors. wt-ui yo«r «uk- pttotu **plr 00 itiorlber n?t rt- Pure Blood ^So pip«rN|«ltrt/ will notify w« —; v .^0*" -ortpt' '-r money p«M - i * Od «l p i'tal***! _ „ ... „ .jttu u u-_ - . teto of raokUMt, notify ' ftabarrtptlon Ratea «1.00 liarofl as second-class mall matter. MeKlnoejr, Tes., February «, t«>07. THK THAW CASK. "Bvelyn Nesbltt Thaw bravely the witness stand in the Thaw trial In New York, and bared her Whole life for the sake of the man mkm loves, to save his life for killing the " *" who had wrecked her Inno- cent girlhood, and who persisted In making her life miserable with his .taunts >nd Jeers after she had he- tone a devoted wife. The story she told was one of the most touching and pathetic ever related on the wit- sou stand, and was more fitted for the sanctuary than the crowded court room, but despite the hot tears that we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. imhkjy. Feb. 18.—The people are makinK the ground look black here. Albert Newlln made a business trip to McKlnney Saturday, The people met Monday night for the organization of a phone Hue here. Rev. Leatherwood tilled his regu- lar apponltment hero Suuday. MIhh Maggie Nix visited her sisters last week. Miss Lillie H'ckman spent a few dayH with her sister nt Hock Quarry last week. Bert Robinson, Charley Burleson and Walter Nix attended church at Liberty Sunday. Sumner Payne came with his friend here Sunday. The former re- sides at Rosehlll. Misses Nellie Oarl of Brushy and Mamie Robinson of Liberty attended church here Sunday. Jesse Norman of Liberty was here Sunday. The young people eujoyed a sing- ing at Mrs. Hickman's Sunday night. DUPAGE. A The farmers are preparing thelt land to plant corn. Mr. Bud Morelock and children spent Sunday with James Dunn and family. Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

' ■ "I $1®?. :«• «i*. The Democrat-Gazette. Pli if 3 I Published Every Thursday. lift k & i'; V; . TOM W. FKIUUNS WAIjTKK II. U IMIOF litors, Publishers and Proprietors. To 8nk*orlbcr : Tho J at# printed opposite tgu name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper indloales tlie lUBe to which your ub- oo 1* paid. Ail nubacrlptlone expire on It of tM month. Any Buberriber rs- t the paper regularly will pleaM notify ua Weao uotMad reoetpu for money Pf<> on •llMoriptiona, but oradll nam® on slip anaohed •S paper, If oredlt la not hown on allp In ten lar* from date of rawlttaaoe, notify thl* ottos. Hab#crlptloii lUtea One copy one year $1.00 Entered as second-class mall matter. . . " MeKimicy, Tex., February 21, UK 17. BAD KOADH AND FREE DEIJV- HHY. The postmaster at Greenville has been advised that the order to dis- continue the rural routes out of that town because of the Impassable con dltlon of the roads has been held up temporarily to give the people Inter- ested an opp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

t I* r • ♦ « 10LL n. I to tl>« tern, oote : i : Spring Line Velvet Brussels, Moquette and Axminster CARPETS Is now in stock and we invite you to call and inspect them. We also have a large line of Art Squares, all new and up-to-date patterns. Our line of Floor Rugs, Mattings and Linoleums, is complete and would like to cover your floors. Give us a call Crouch-Saigling Co McKinney, Texas. <1 e # Breezy Buggets From Allen — Uncle! # a .W: .W t • i 5 MODERN This is a modern drug store. There Is nothing old al>oiit it except t. old things which have proved their merit compared *o modern things. We are progressive. You won't go anywhere and find a better equipped or a moro modern drug store than ours. That Is why so many well-in- formed people—people who travel and know—are customers of this store. SMITH BROS., DRUGGISTS East Side Square McKinney, Texas t • ; t • ; "The House Found- ed on a Rock Shall Stai i." . . . . S The "Continental" is founded on the Rock of "Conservatism '...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

IPr g of Good Roads Association though uot large- ig wss held at the i> atternoo.i. by Qjod Kofcds As- Ident Kirkpatrlck and Walter H Wilson, the r, at his desk. Other county were H. IS. Singleton, Hugh Grave* of Me- irer; 8. P. Bush of Allen. r jt for the couuty asso- ion of justice precinct No. 1; J. Gibson of Melissa, .vice president I ? justice precinct No. 3 und T. G. n of Roland, vice president for tloe precinct No. 4 (Weston). Of other county association vice sldents for the Ave remaining tic® of the peace precincts, three them sent In their excuses for not ng present. The chair appointed Judge John urch, H. E. Singleton and Jno. H. rguson as a committee on By- ws and ConHtltution with Instruc- ns for them to report at another •inty meeting to he held in the irt house at McKiuney Saturday trch 2. Informal discussion of the good ad problem ensued. Judge John lurch made the principtl address, lef but covering the vital points actlcable to the Collin county slt- tlon. We give...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

THE EVIDENCE IS CONCLUSIVE/ Good Judge will 5 recommend BALLARDS UNI IT POSITIVELY CURBS RhewnatlNB. Goto, Bunu, Bruise* Bpralws. Coras, Stiff Joints and aU the ill* that Hash to Hair to. O. W. W&Haoe. Cripple Crook, Colo., writes: I have used your liniment In a severe attack of Bheu- matism caused by cold and exposure to the woather. Two application* relieved me and I reoommend II highly." PRICE tBc, 80c, $1.00 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. St. Louis, Mo. DEAD N1MHRK TWENTY. SoM P-commended tar MOTH BROTH KRA. SATURDAY. Ib'spoiuUbility for Wreck of Electric Train I*. Not Fixed. New York, Feb. 18.—Twenty dead, two fatally hurt and 146 others more or leea seriously injured, is th* result ef the wreck of ah electric, express train on the .jew York Cen- tral railroad at 205th street and Webster avenue Saturday night. Or the large number of Injured fifty are, according to hospital and police reports, seriously hurt and the death list may be increased within the next twenty-four hours. F...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

H BlipX -Vf # * -Jv " £& ^ . r | ' JoClfoi? 153 is<#l i I Starts Saturday, Feb. K, Closing Mondy,Mar.4 BEAUTIFUL PREMIUMS GIVEN AT OUR STORE I Coupon given with every I purchase at our store. See the handsome prem- miums as you enter the door. Every Day in the Year This Store demonstrates its ability to undersell the magnitude of our stocks. Our greater value and mod- ern business methods have won the confidence and loyal patronage of thousands. The Great Fair Store SOME GREAT PICK-UPS FOR THE LADIES 25c kind DianaHose Supporters will Nice assortment new Turnover Col- lars from 5c up White and Black Silk Elbow gloves at $$,25 $1 95 Nice quality Silk Ribbon all colors, good width on sale at | Oc Great Fair Store 1000 Yards Lace on sale 4e yard for Lace worth at at any store 5c, several styles to st lect from. Beautiful Lace, 011 sale at 4c Men's Hose on sale, 15c kind, men', fancy hose as long as they Ust, onh Fancy Caps 011 Sale— -'5e kind baby tups assorted colora all go thi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

Save 40 Per Cent of Your Conl Bill Gf>o WILSON HEATER with the celebrated Hot Blast Down-Draft is the only heater which actually burns all of the fuel put into it. The Hot Blast Down-Draft creates perfect combustion and the fumes which rise from the fuel, ordi- narily cr.caping unburned in other stoves, are all con- sumca and turned into heat in the Wilson. It has been ascertained that the fumes which arijt from the fuel constitutes 40 per cent of the c mire heating power of the fuel. L;-iy a Wilson and get all the heat you are paying for. && v.fc. \,r i j J. P. DOWELL -1 .+JT . :> ■ > " >*' ' 0, ■ ■ z-p-vm ( fip a*. c>£><&■ \ Kimball Hamilton Baldwin Schulz Estey Camp & Co Makes that reprint the very crystallization or embodiment of the latest and bo t imp ovements in the art and science of Piano construction -successes, in other words; having long since past the experimental stage of their manufacture. This statement, this claim, is not based u...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 February 1907

wn Iftair? km Do you pin your bat to your d* It? Haven't enough hgir? It must | be you do not lttW Ayefa Ha|r Vigor! Here'j an imr<*- duction! May the* wqtftfnN anoe reault in a heavy growth [of rich,vthick; glossy hair! jUae this splendid hair-food, | stop your falling hair, and get I rid of ycfur dandruff. The bwt Mad of • - "Sold anr ow y— f SARSAPAKILLA. ■t/erssasi MCTMUL. C. C. Sauuders, yue of Cellnas DriJUlllU'Ut bUiilU'HH IQIMl, came, from that place today, and to.>k t«i«. early train for a bumlnwsa trip *<> Dallas. Utile Misses klmmwm K rr ini Mable Talking"" ot VLaeland, wcr.= ut visitor® at The Unity 4 'V ' rlt'i-Gazftt« and The Democrat-CJ* zwtte office. 0a turd Ay afternoon. an: tot)if 9 poop Into tli'e mysteries of the printing art. T w giria gteat* of their forme: ni'tlbbors. 2lfr. an 1 Mrs. I.t-ju Stewart, n Went McKin- ney. Siviurday night. - v Walter Nelson whp has f\r thp past 4ive yvfy* been^lth this office. h$T*one t« forslcurta, having ar n-pted a p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

EjS r ■ ' V fl.UO PEH YEAH. McKINNEY, COLLIN COINTY, TEXAS, TlllRSDAY, FKItltl U!.', -JS. I (HIT. yol. -jj, no. i. i * /> GREAT MEETING BADLY HURT IN DEATH (>F COL. ITENDER SYMPATHY AT FARMERSVILLE; PECULIAR MANNER HENRY CARVER: FROM COMRADES INNOCENT MAN SERVED IN The Farmersville Sentinel speak- ing of a remarkable meeting Just closed In that town conducted by Rev. Adair, the converted Dallas policeman, says: The meeting has been a splendid one—stirring our city as It has not been fur many years. Many have been converted and many have re- newed their spiritual enthusiasm. Tuesday night :is professions were reported and during the entire meet- ing there were 7 8 professions and 27 reclamations. The services were under the di- rection of Rev. T. A. Davis, pastor of the Presbyterian church. Rev. Lockett Adair of Dallas, the con- verted policeman, did the preaching and Dr. D. Y. Bagby of Merit had the singing services In hand. Dr. A. J. Fawcett of the Baptist church and Rev. J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

•* ■P" I;«l Tom w> I'KKKINH WALTK.lt B. J. N. GROESBEECK & COMPANYCAPT. PAFFORD PASSES AWAY ltd Every Thursday REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENTS 217 ALAMO PLAZA P«bli hera and Proprietor*. ■rRwni: -Ttw< (Uu prlntad oppo lu> _ m UM Mr|tn of tb# (Mipar or on tb MMUcst* tho tin* to whir h your bub- j la p«M. All ralMciiMlbn* «*plr on . of A* month. Any •uW.ribar no: r - tk 9 pmr regularly wlU plaaae notify u* SAN ANTONIO, 10 TEXAS VtMiM •Ml raoalsta for oo«y paid on j, tort oradlt Mat" on alip ateoM or*4it t* Dot tkova oa alio In tan of rawltunoa. notify thia ' ttabm-rlptlon Rates copy one year • 1.00 Entered as second-class mall matter. i..... McKinney, Trx., February 1W. 1*M 7. —. 1 1 1 IJ 1. Work on the Interurban continue* At a steady rate. That town clock la longed for. Help the ladles In their taak. Princeton la bordering on a boom. | Two brick bank bulldtnga will soon be a reality. The Collin County Good Roada Association holds Ita next meeting at the court houae In Mc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

r\ ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. a Feb. 25. Several from this place attended church in Wylle Sunday. Will Peaces little boy in ver> h"k with pneumonia. Since the weather has become so nhe the farmers are busy plowing. Several have sowed oata. • Grandma" Adams of Clear Lake w:ih visiting around Dump last wtek She went to Pike Saturday. Both the schools of this place are progressing nicely. Wylle Hackler and family visited his father's family In Wylle recently. Mr. and Mrs. Babe Hoge gave a tacky party Saturday night. Mis* Annie Bellineyer and Miss Sallie Coffee received the prize for being the tackiest girls, and Homer Smith and Tils Parr won the prize for be- ing the tackiest boys. Everybody reported having a tine time. Mr. Champion and family visit- ed Mack Champion and frife of Branch, Sunday. E. B. Marchant went to Dallas on business one day last week. Fifteen bales of cotton were gin- ned at this pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 February 1907

Democrat-Gazette. Fe: jbllshed Every Thursday. TOM W. PKMONI WALTER H. WILSON PablUhers and Proprietor*. To gabsniibwr*: —TT « d M> printed oppo«lu romr mom >n the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indicates the time to whlon your eub- •ortptloo U paid. All nubecrlptloM eiplrs on «*-■«« Of Uw month. Any nutacrthor nr.. re- [ the paper regularly wUl pleaae notify u Wilt wt*Md reoeipu for money paid oo Horn, but oredtt aame on allp a'taohed , If oredit la not ahown on allp in ton date of ramlttanoa, notify thta ollloe lafceortptiom 8ab*tTiptlon llatei Ou copy one year $1.00 Entered at second-class mail matter. McKlnney, Tex., February 1M. 10O7. BISHOP. 5.—While working for Wm l>.9 W. B. Newsonte farm Vv III Clarkston killed & swamp rab- bit whose earr measured seven Inch- es from tip to tip. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Waldrup and "l visited relatives near Lew- Uvilie, Deatun c-ouuty, one day week ! to Weston last Wednesday, before last. Lawrence Hardiu of this commu- nity and...

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