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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

— " ■; . BBTTK. THl'HSDAY, NOV. 26. JI0A Sale Will Con- tinue to Sat- urday, Dec. 12 Meaningllhe Greatest Bargain Event McKii Mr. Knight has just returned from market the second time this tall, where he went to attend the bi<j Five Million Dollar Sale put on by the Feiguson-rMcKinney Dry Goods Co. Also the bi<L>" sale* of El\-Walker, Rice-Stix Dry Goods Co. and others. Of course he bought goods at bargain price* That is what he went for. Much below regular price. Buying many big lots of seasonable merch andise lower than ever offered. v "American Beauty" Corsets Just received a big shipment of all tin* latest styles in American Beautv Cor- sets. Try the American Beauty and you wear no other. Best wearing, most perfect corsets made. Big Stock Girdles, supporters attached 50c STYLE 696 Mada by Kalamazoo Cartel Co, Alto Sole Makers of Beautv Corsets American Beauty Corsets, all styles $1.00 The Greatest Wholesale Cut Price Sales ever held, took place in St. Louis last week. We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

Iff" ' i THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THTRBDAY, NOV. 26. 1 08 I Will Offer During the Entire Fall of 1908 /e start this great sale on these goods at once, giving our customers the benefit ot our lucky j nr- lases, which will enable the people of Collin County to save many dollars on their winter goods. As e buy we sell. Buy a bargain, sell a bargain. Your greatest opportunity to buy wool dress ^ods, clothing, shoes, wraps, underwear, etc. Matchless values to be found throughout the store, ome and see, Sale Will Con- tinue to Sat- urday, Dec. 12 w. kl I m Kit ■tin Ifr [la. Lnd Sy'«] Irt- villi Jind j llts. 1 >!: .\(.n , V "vj .in J till ' |y 1 loU lit' 15 ii i liut' "skirts uder Value e lug Ferguson- ar Sale—20 doz- value—they go $1.25'value fine Black Skirts nicelv trimmed 95c each $£.50 quality enuine Heath- Bloom skirts est Petticoat n the market $1.95 Bach Silks and Woolen Dress Goods Priced Under Value. 20O yards Pretty Waisting Silk Assorted Patterns Excel- lent value the vd...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

Wl Is ' ■ V s ; H§§ ^fpr W.t : ft h \ ' t| $,. • 'i'lf «*t—'— -• - - I——1 ; & ^MFPS' flf S HWg|n#i TB. THURSDAY, NOV. t«, 1U08. WSBKLT DBMOCR AT-0 AZBT •As and Stationary Turkey Fills the Picture pretty thorough])' at thin season. Hut after you have had your fill, the quiet of the tireside appeal* to you. A Good Book la a pleasant aid to the digestion of your dinner, or writing a letter to an abHent dear one. on our new attractive stationery. We have a complete Block of things to reud and things to write. Pay us a visit. Scott & Newsome I look ftfcbre and Stationery. McKiciiey, Te\tt . sssrs *v, We have received our last car of FURNITURE for our fall business and invite yoil to call and Inspect our mammoth Htock of furniture which Is the larg- est and most complete assortment we have over had. We anticipated quite a large trade thin fall and bought Iii large quantities and can save you money. We make a specialty In furnishing homes complete. Our carpet and rug department Iii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

« THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTK, THPRSPAY. NOV 2fi. I90K. | Buggies and Harness | ? f I ? y -? Y v t t <a> f Y i Y Y Y Y ❖ t Y v ? Y Y Y Y The largest assortment ol' Vehicles and Harness ever shown y in a clt> the size of McKlnney. It pays to Investigate We ask a visit. Our stock contains Carriages, Surrejs, Huggles, Phae- tons. Runabouts and Husiuess Wurhiis, Lap Robe*, Blankets and Every Stable Necessity. You are welcome whether you care to purchase or not * Y T ❖ McKinney & Nassie McKINNEY, TEXAS. * Y t Y t Y f Y Y * ♦♦♦♦«♦+• «♦♦♦*♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ • ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ | Sherman-Dallas Interurbanj ♦ "HOURLY SERVICE" ♦ C LEAN o.M I'nKTAIH.K l)N V KNIKN 1' No DUST SMUKE ClNDEliS Excursion Rates on Sundays Ask our Agent for Information Dr Caldwell's Sanitarium .:m!f k mm im-e^v, -r ex as . A pleasant homo for his patients, rulir e<iuippen with all modern «i>- pllances for the treatment of Rheumatism, Nervousness, Eczema, Ul- cers, Tumors, Stomach Diseases, Catar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

BMHHHHPHMHIHHHHMHH TBI WIWLT DBllOORAT-QAZai Tg. THURSDAY, NOV. M, IftOg. flfe WALTHAM WATCHES Are carried all over the world Warranted 20*year Gold Filled Case Fitted with Genuine Elgin Movement 18 size open face 8*75 18 size Hunting 1 1 *00 12 size open face 9*76 16 size open face 9*76 16 size Hunting 1 2>00 12 size Hunting 1 1.76 /A JL W£L£RS BOOKSCLL£RSrMKKINN£Y. TLX The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perklnti, Walter B. Wilson, Editor*, Publishers and Proprietors. Stunner (Anadnlr, Associate Editor. Entered as second-class mall matter. To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription Is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit same on slip attached to paper; if credit Is not shown on slip in ten days from da...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

THW WEEKLY DBMOCKAT-OAZBTTK, THURSDAY, NOV 2«. 190V CONSTIPATION. Cause and How to Cure it Rat too much, Stomach (eels bloated, All out of aorta, Don't feel like work to-day. Cues* re another case of biliousness. 'Take anything?" ."«a; some pills, but no results; sup- i I'm getting ironclad, nomviimes 1 Duble the dose, then they physic me so I'm too weak to work. Think I'll ive to try something new." 'Kver try Prickly Ash Hitters?" 'No; I've heard a good deal about it, it never tried it." ••Well, you'll be pleased with the re- ilts." The purgative action of I'rickly Ash litters not only removes hard irnpuc- ions, gas and impurities, but it strength- biiH" the muscular action of the bowels Irliich causes them to move regularly. Prickly Ash Bitters is a Itowel tonic regulator in the truest sense. It romotea daily evacuations, establishes kealthy movements and is the Im-s\ known remedy for disordered digestion, ptulence and a constipated habit. I). M. ltlack welder, of I.ilctaBeld, III...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

.• r ' ■ G Professional PepQ Dr. K. L. Burton, Specialist, eye, Mir. notte and thrust. M< Klnuey, Texas. Foote House. MrKlom-jr Heal Estate Agency— Prank O Howell, Mgr. Office with The Daily Courier-Gazette and The Weekly Demorrat-CJaaette. opposite Masonic Temple, McKlnney, Texas. J. A. GAR It WON, Fire and Torna- do Iiituriuire: office east aide of, square, over J. D. Stiff D. G. Co. Mb. K. K. ChumlH'r*—Fire Insur- ance agent, office Collin County Im- plement & Vehicle Co. building. Mc- Klnney. Texas. Phone 122. Resi- dence 345. Arthur II. Stacy—Fire and Torna- do Insurance; office cast side square over old Hunter stund. Office phone 482; residence phone 647. Arthur T. Church A Co.—-Fire, Tornado, Livestock and Accident In- surance Agents. Only hoot compa- nies represented. Morrow Block. McKlnney. Texas. G. K. Abcrimthy, Fire Insurance Agent; office West Virginia street east of Commercial Hotel. Only old- est and host companies represented I)lt. W. B. POI'K, Veterinary Sur-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

pip-'*jNpp^r v' I THB W**KT/T IMDMOCRATOAZICTTR. TIIl'KHDAY, NOV 2C. 1 0K. rUMAX. Fartnem are about up with cotton picking. Or. I!. F. (laynt wait In Dallaa lunacy. J. P. Miller wua In FarmeravlUe iturday. B. D. Fugulu ta on the alck llat lis week. Mr*. Ruby Chandler w«h vlaltlng I. D. Caldwell recently. Rev. Wllbankn fllled the pulpit at the Buptlst church Sunday. Mr. und Mrn. Abncr Rod gem of Merit vltdted home folkn here Sun- ■ day. Mr. Le lle Miller who haH been at- tending Toby'a HuhiiIhhh college. t*t vlaltlng home folka. I Climax, Nov.* 23. AKDATU. Mr. WhliHon of Arduth has moved Flnto hla new cottage. W«) regret to aee 8. L. Nlell Had family of thin place moving. ,AllHueH ('allle und Hernlce N'iell Uliye returned to their home at Howe. Moat nil th« farmer* of this com- munity are through gathering their crops, Mr. J. W. Bomnr and Mr. Wad** Jay were In Sherinun last week on buBinesti. Mi-8. T. A. Bo mar and Mr*. J. A. Wright uud children vlHlted at the home of J. W. Bomar Wed...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTK THPR8DAY. NOV 26. 1908. ■ PRETTY HOME WEDDING rhe home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. >ai on North Chestnut street, whh thronged with relativeH and friends Wednesday ulght, the occa- Hlon being tbe marriage of their daughter, Mlsa Mey Ellen, to Mr. Wade Hampton La Boon of Chic&ssha. Ok. The interior of the home had been artisti- cally decorated with Texas Hinilax, holly, etc., and presented a most at- tractive appeara nee. Just before the entrance of the bridal party Miss Louie Abbott beautifully sang, "I Would Live or I Would Die For You," and then to the strains of tbe wedding march no skillfully played by Miss Irene Marley, the bridal party came down the stairway and the young couple, taking position at the foot of the stairs before Rev. S. L, Rleves, pastor of the First Pres- byterian church, gave assent to the iwntly solemn words that made thorn one through life. The bride was gowned in pure white, her dress being a mass of lace, and she was a vision o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 November 1908

wr. M. iff. :f5fv Health in Fruit Juices. Scientists tell ua that the Juice* of ripe fruits are health- ful and oaally dilated. The child can drlok theui ua safely aa the adult 1 I ' made froui the t i I The syrup* served at our fountain are Juice* o( fre*b. thoroughly ripened (cult*. Care1; cleanliness, mkMI and experience* are used lu their preparatiou !, We think that better syrup* tbau oura cannot be produced We are constantly at work solving the problem of bow t« serve better and more healthful drinks. If possible, than we have ever served before. The perfect sanitary condition of our fountain drink* we servo are « constant study with us SlK and the ?niilh Bros. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS McKinney • Texas, f- NEAR TOWN Wall Paper jj | loo large, hence we will have Clearance ....Sale A daring attempt at robbery at the point of a pistol occurred at the home of Asbury Bryant three mile* southwest of Cultooku Tuesday night and though the would-be robber did not secure the money he wan ...

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

PIP® M TWKNTV-KIFTH YEAR, NO. 44. MrKlNN'KY, COLLIN COUNTY. TK X.AM, THURSDAY, l>Ki\ 8, HWH. ONBW DOLLAR PER YEAR. GOOD ROADS PROPOSITION ' Tho McKinney Commercial Club Is arranging to go to Farmers/ille next Monday evening in full force to meet with the Karmersvllle Com- mercial Club, hi a disi llusion of the movement that lias been lnaugurat- v, ed for securing a flrstclass system of public roads throughout Collin coun- ty. Secretary VV. H. Car net* of the McKinney Commercial Club received word from J. L. Chapman, president of tho Karmersvllle Club, stating that the people of Parniers- ville were very anxious for the meeting Monday night, and urging all McKinney citizens who posHily eould, to come. Great Interest in being manifested in the proposition that is being discussed In regard to securing for Collin county a system of good roads eiiual to that of any county In Texas; and the more the matter Ik b«'iug Investigated the greater is the interest In it« favor, A special commi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

— -J5H i-^ it-Gazette SHED EVERY THURSDAY. ■ PSr. W. IVrkin*, Walter B. Wilson, Publisher* and Proprietor*, tanner Lundale, Associate Editor. Entered as second-class mall matter. To Subscriber*—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription Is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any •abscrlber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit •sme on slip attached to paper; If eredit is not "shown on slip in ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. 'TB. T heaven? If that young wife could know just when the cup of bliss would be snatched from her lips, would the cup be so full and would each passing year prove happier than the last? No! Ndl Darkness is a blessing, a blessing enhanced by hope eternal. There's no use talking, grand old Texas has done herself proud on the weather this fall, and th...

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

THH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. DEC S, 1 0*. What 4c Will Buy—1 Spool Clark's 0. N. T. Thread or 1 Box Allen's 10c Talcum Powder Premiums Ribbons Cloves Thousands of Gifts Shawls Trumpets Given We always *:ive coupons dun tiff our sales. Call for them. The Fair Ribbons, all shades, nice for Xmas gifts, val- ues up to 20c, on sale at yard 9c Ladies nice fleece lined gloves, sell at *)3c, nice Xmas, at only 25c Can be found at 14ais sale and the price will be so little you wont be disappointed. You will save enough on one present to help buy another. Ask your friends how nice and cheap things are at the great cuhIi store. S. T. Hammond kind shawls all colors, some thing nice for Xmas, at eajh 25c Large size silver liuisli | trumpets, worth 1 f>e, on sale in balcony at only each 6c Xmas Gifts Galore. Bring your children to see 1 he great dis- play on our bal- cony. Outing 10c quality pretty dirk Outing, will be sold at yard 72 lO 11 7c kind Cotton Checks. not that col- ored c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

m: it-Gazette EVERY THURSDAY. Perkins, Walter B. Wilson, Publishers and Proprietor*. Associate Editor. as second-class mail mutter. To Subscriber*—The date printed apposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper ludl- astes the time to which your sub- scription Is paid. All subscription* •spire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit same on slip attached to paper; if •redit is not Bhown on slip lu ten days from date of remittance, notify this office. A toddling Infant has been placed on the throne of China. Evidently there is no law In the celestial em- pire against cruelty to children. The Houston Post remarks thut "a handsome Tennessee widow was found guilty of bootlegging, but the papers do not tell how she did It." McKinney is the biggest town In Texas for It/ size and its size is of the over ten thousand population dimension, by actual m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

TH WUBKLT DEMOCRAT-GAZETTK. THURSDAY. DKC 3, 190*. £ Professional Dept. ^ T. H. Ilryxnt, Dentist. Foote Houae. Phone <08, MeKinney. Ir f° *, st Jiot [in for 8HS JW vm |ne lanlH ill or ten )tu (ing* to fay of isb I |wn |07. 144. Itho lor,, (the : : l r. B. L, Ituiioii, specialist. eye, ear. nose and throat, M< Kinney, Texas. Foote House. McKiitncy Ht'til KslnU* Aift'iirj— Frank O Powell, Mgr. OHice with The Daily Courter-Gaiette and Tlie Weekly Domocrat-Gazette, opposite Masonic it tuple, Mcivinney, Texas. J. .V <; MMUSOV, Fire mid Torna- do Inaurunct*; ollli-e east side of, square, o^er J. D. Stiff D. G. Co. Mrs. It. K. Cliuinlici> !•'!re Itisur- ance agent, office Collin County Im- plenient Air Vehicle Co. building, Mc- Klnney, Texas. Phone 122. Resi- dence S4 5. Arthur H. Htacjr Fire and Torna- do Insurance; ofllee east side square over old Hunter stand. Oillce phone 4H2: resident e phoue 047. Arthur I. Church At Co.— Fire, Tornado, Livestock and Accident In- i surance...

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

INCREASE OF DISEASE. "Hedied ol Blight's Diiewe." Hardly • week piuei that this state- Mat la not made in reference to some prominent citizen. The increasing prevalence of this dia- ease makes the present time seem most tnne for discussion in the hope that who are unconsciously afflicted with this dreaded disease may receive timely warning. A prominent citizen residing in a nearby town informs u.h that he suffered for nearly a yeur from Bright's Disease, but that he recently affected a complete cure. •'What seemed to be the first indica- tions of the trouble," was asked. "They seemed hardly worth noticing. My digestion bothered me at times, my stomach seemed out of order, and I had occasional backaches, but I thought it was due to too much work." "Did you take anything?" "I did not. Later, my strength failed me, I had severe pains in the back and noticed some irregularities of the urine, I couldn't sleep well at night. I then used some simple remedies, but without benefit." "Did you...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-OA35ETTB, THURSDAY. DEC 3. 1908 I tll'T' hi ' N STORE AHEAD CLEAN-SWEEP SALE! .. AT MATTHEWS' M'KINNEY, TEXAS... QUALITY FIRST PRICES THE LOWEST OUR BUSINESS has been the best, so far, we have ever had in McKinney, but just to make it a record- breaker we ask your assistance and help. We are somewhat overloaded on some lines and are mak- ing some very special SWEEP-CLEAN PRICES. December just must be one of our record-breaking months. CO Men's Clothing Department If One lot Men's good, heavy Scotch Suits for 4 89 Big lot of good dark winter suits splendid patterns, etc., worth up to 10.00; your choice 7 48 See them! We have about 100 real nice suits assorted broken lots; value to 13.50; your choice during this sale 9 48 See them! Our line of Men's line tailored clothing at 12 00 15 00 and 1 8 OO just can't be beat. See them! NOTIONS. 2 papers good safety pins fur JV 2 papers good bruHH pins for 5c 2 papers No. I Hooks anil Kyes for . ,V Bin assortment extra wide ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

■ , . ■■.%v,:,^: ■Ci> O 4S>. •O. In The Story Books Mlladyn hair in always entwined with jewelry. It Is the style now to wear several ornuiiients in tin; elaborate coiffure now in vogue. When it Comes to Ornaments, whether it be for the hair or any other adornment, we have a stock that wo are selling for the lowest prices we have ever sold such superior goods. The sale comprises gold and silver ware of every description. Come and take your choice for the holidays. JL WELERS BOOKSELLERS-M KINKEY. TEX The Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter II. Wilson, Editors, Publishers and Proprietors. Bomner Lonsdale, Associate Editor. Entered as second-class mail matter. To Subscribers—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub- scription ia paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. We do not send r...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

v-: .. TUB WBEKI.Y DEMOCRAT !}*ZKT TK. THtlltSDAY. DEC. «, 190i r CUT Great December I ii— DDTrP i r\ Ivl 'er i| SAT F A,,.., J A A.. J_* We announce for Dernember a great cut price sale. W e are £6000.00 overstocked and must sell these goods regardless o't profits. Such a sale coming as it does at the holiday season will en; able economical shoppers to save many dollars on their Xmas purchases. / " " ' 'I mm y 6c Outing On snlo the yard Hair Rolls asst. each 25c Suit Cases and Trunks. $2 Suit cases $1.50 Trunks priced special from Si.50 up. Boys Shirts '20 Doz. Boys extra nice 50c Dress Shirts. 12 to 14. Sell- ing special each 35c Great Cut Price Sals of Lailies' Jackets and Skirts. i DRUMMERS SAMPLES J^adies Long Jackets Priced 1-4 under Value. We purchased the entire sample line of one < t' the leading jacket makers of New York 1-4 under regular prices and are giving our customers the benefit of our lucky purchase. See these Wraps selling 1-4 un- der value. Prices from $3.50 t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 December 1908

NWHIAmhmmmI lihiibd EVERY THURSDAY. 'M W. Pdiiu, Walter B. Wilton, IMtbltoheni and ProprieUin. Ijuudole, Aaoclato Editor. i_ .'JJB'.J '.!. ■ Entered a* seeond-claaa mail matter. Wi-.L-.11' ! .ff" — ■■ - 1 1 11 To Subscriber*—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the ! "• er or on the wrapper Indi- cate* tit* time to which your sub- scription is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper "suiarly will pleaae notify ua. t: uu not send receipts for money paid on subscription, but credit aatne on .slip attached to paper; If credit Is not ahown on Blip In ten days from date of remittance, notify thla office. Just. a gentle reminder—do your Christmas shopping early. Intolerance la an unfailing char- acteristic of a shrtvolnd soul. The man who has not time to lie courteous to others should not ex- pect others to extend courtesy to him. y l)r. narton cf Waco is preach lap: Borne very able sormons at the Flrat Baptist reviv...

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