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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 May 1892

ferjTwiLsoN ■ p^iier Abitractof, j * iTiiijt Surreyor nnd Notary In foiirt Houm.' ■NTcnto at tmk P«e TOffCC aS )L M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 26, 1892. PIBBCTOBY. gS«t 1HFSIIVI KHI AN [3!*> r- gabbath school k bbbslh *t 1 rt. J 1 Wednesday night at 7:80. _ J^SabMUh t II o'clock ClfKI*TUN. 1^1-riwry H.bbdth morqbg at irtil-JO 1' «"• i,'1,,or rrttohott, .rboofeVeTy 8abbatfc ¥*■ T i>. Harris. superlutend- A Few Calculations That Opsa Your JByoa. P^metlng every Wednoaday r'1 B*PTMT. m,. ..in Sunday at 11 o'clock rvi f -iS ii. ni.. Sunday «ch« ol Knlnr < ^o'clock. - C>l*riutemlrnt. T. C. . I1 LI' 1 Count* Ofllcials. Lit«m ti y. ■itli, rry, PV®'1 County Judge, County Attorney. County Clerk. Hheiifl. Tax Collector, 'l ax Aasesaor County Treasurer. County Surveyor. rof District,<Joui ty and doners Court of Col- tin County. Com: Hon. p. b. Mum, j^iaHiict lit Mondaya in Jan 4 June of rach year. C#*r: M. U. Abarnathy, Msatenes for elvll. crlmlnlal «K business lu Monday In ■ M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 May 1892

THE DEMOCRAT. f • t & I kpl^lsd 4ko published By F. C> Thompson, —— Sumcbiition IUtm: On* Tttfi Hfht Hoiitbii Hi Houtiu, Three ii IMMItlMIIIM . 91,50 . 1.00 IB 40 Somk deiuocratsare very anx- ious for the safety of tbe gov ernment's credit in dealing with tbe bond bolder but when U cornea to dealing with the poor private soldier he thinkd it right to pay him in depreciated currency. Our AdTorttalug One column lyear f 180.00 Half column 1 yen 1-Inch alagle column ia-°° Local notices, 7 c«nt« per line foi Itch Insertion. Ubltu&rlea of more fin W linns will be charged for at oar AMftlrfttM. All oontneta will be charged for in proportion to the above. CAddrew. Democrat Tub. Co., HeKlnney, Texea. THURSDAY. MAY 26, 1892. John Uokny of the Abilene importer was charged, by the logg democrats, with being a republican before he came to Texas from Illinois. Uoeny is a Clark man and consequently the Hogg men desired to run lim out of the party. He pro- cured certificates howeyer, whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 May 1892

- <j/n -w f. of tartar baking powder—Highest of all In leavening strength Latest (f. S. Gov't food Jteport. ABSOLUTELY PURE. r Established by Government Tests the Standard Baking Pow- Thc very Giant of leavening agents. Has a larger use M>H other cream of tartar baking powders combined. Pref, HAINF.S, of Ru li Mfi'jcul College, Consulting Chemist Chi- nM Boin' of Health: "I find the Royal baking Powder superior ^jltht others in every respect." ft. H. A. MOTT, U. S. Government Chemist: "The Royal is ^fcibtcdly the purest and most reliable baking powder made." ffd Pai.mer, University of Illinois: "i find Royal Baking fjjtx invariably composed of wholesome ingredients, entirely Art from adulteration or impurities of any kind." SaK Fhancisco Roa*d or Health : "In our judgment it U -jpoisib'.c to make a purer or stronger baking powder than the The N. Y. State Analyst. " The Royal Baking Powder is "iich 1 have examined." " I consider the Royal one uptrior to any other powder which T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 May 1892

% ' £ fi o , W? W I l' I v; ■-" ■ Ju<1iiC Hoatli's PcHltion. Heavy Shots From Biff dime. Dogged Domoorntic Duplicity. !{ookwaix, Texas, May 17.— In July, 1881, Senator Win- itors Success : In an editor- tlorn cf Minnesota, and secre- in* your last week's issue tary of the treasury under Gar- 11 say something about my ' lield, sa:J : uing a half scholar to the { "1 repeat to Jay in substance flersonian Democratic club1 words utieivd st>?Wi years ago, .d that you cannot nnderstatul that, 'there are iu this country, i'onr men, who, in the matter oi J a liow I became possessed of that half scholarship. I can see how it is that you, or any other man who stnuds bound up with brass collar on his neck to her of the old parties, cannot understand how we who have • thrown i ff the yoke of bondage cun circulate around and breathe the free and fresh air of the politics best suited to our con- science When you lay off the political yoke you wear, then y m will rot be wondering how it 53 th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 June 1892

ffliWILSON ■iliiHf ibttr «tor, ,"col . SHfTtyor snd Notary 0. h>«. 808 I so* i in Court Ho"** "1 THE — DEMOC RAT. ENTKMSe AT TMC SSSTOFrCCAS •(CON* CLASS MAIL MATTCR KKNTUCKY H01TI.M. W. K. A II. II. IlKWKTT,Prep,«. •,5 Ara |>r«'|iun->l tofflva rim* «la tuotlatlon, and re |ir«-tful!jr sollett pAtroiiBK*' of thf public. IKK <8. fir maul ..... Board tad Lodclni p*r day 11 " •' |H*T wm.ll • i •' " | r month Wh«a In thorite trlvw '■• mil. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUN E 2, 1892. NO 8. Announcements. gleclloM Nov. I, 1HO®. io iiw «,,,,ocr*'''*r,y • IT WAH llOUUIUI.K. MM, II. I . MA It k HAM TELLS THE ( OTTOS BELT WREt K. OK !(.• four' : ' lohti A. WslUsn. 1>, V. wiuum*. (V C. .lulltf*. K i.ChaiiniHii. V iv. w#udiii. V. irli oiiti t'lark i Hum K. Rudolph. 'rraa^nrpr.: '\V.1I. T yl°r- ,,r Attorney: T F. Mangunt. u; K. smith. W, Knighton. j.I,. Moulden. 0 h. lU't k. luwiior of I • \\. (i. names. IV. i'. Multipass. ItaauilMiiiier. Precinct No. I. Mstk SmltM. S. II.Kox. tjlici...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 June 1892

i •'srl " I I P§ THE DEMOCRAT. "V :■ :rM>r:. '"' in" A' An i'KI> AX1> PI BL18I1KD oy F. C- Thompson. O :l < Ktft Six I'll, SwscwnioK IUtm: Yonr,.., fJl .t iiiuutiiH i.oy ■ : oxiths, 7" . «• 44' ^Ulvt-rtlwtiitr llnte*. uun 1 year If#t4uum 1 year. $150.00 S0.00 single column 12.00 l>eal notices, 7 cent* j>cr line foi &qpb ir.nrtlon. Obituaries of more i!- 10 lines will be charged for at our i. .'til rates. All < outlets wlh be charged for In j;f oi lion to the above. , Auilrcss, Dutociur I'ijb. Co., McKlnner. Texes. riilK DAY. JUNE 2,1899. ViiK'-iatU" plank llew up :t:;d .:it some fellow ill the lute. Till'. Faimersville Times lias cbauged Lancia and will now be m; ;iarred by James W. Crayton. A oyolonk swept in and arouiid Wellington Kansas last Fridey, killing und wounding several persons and damaging property to the amount of$r>00,- 000. FlUBNDS of reform should keep u scrap book and place in it all choice reform literature vhich will enable them to But-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 June 1892

i*rion Harland's Endorsement 19 • OP goyal Baking Powder. jUtrtrt from Mwion HtrUnd's Lettor to the Royal Baking Powder Co.] 3d & & a* tfc fa. 'f£*~ 'yn.c*v4L^£~ •HO ^ L>^ fi/** AJ W(*W' sypuO+^^Cs le|n McKinney by FOX k LOVE and other leading dealer*. ! tt,i Texas (Antral Hullwny Time Tabli'. ,** •• ■"?.*•• s t South " J ■i 1 14 ti ii ni. ID' Ht:ix p. in, s;:«) n. a). 1:1' p. in. 11:11 p. in. tuti Liuo Hllroiul. 12;30 p. in, 1:40 p. m. gal. news. out for "McKinney of ",by JauieB M. Allan. m • ^ jnaey has a line electric -andyet nlie fails to keep (lights. |i n nut going to 'et UP about paved street®, tracks, etc. tm Mi. Clarence umi Dr. W.of Altogu, were in the ti Monday. iT.C. Keedy, of Bonhatn, h in McKinney, on Mon- [ud Tuesday, June 13 and John Biggs, a peddler, report ed that he had been held up the other night by two masked highwaymen, about three miles north of McKinney, and robbed of $>85. Nothiug has been learned as to the facts in the case. Encourage Mr. Jam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 June 1892

W> Want no KIiirm. 00 where 1 will, 1 feel n sound Like Milieu thunder shake the ground, And k 1 Hit en, half in fear, The sound awelU louder and wore near. A sound of proleil from the throng*. Grown weary from their cruel wrong*. Again I listen: thrilled and stirred, 1 nitrh its purport word for word. As load and louder yet It rings— "We Want no Kings, we wiint no Kings!" The world hits grown too wis* and old l iie monarch* ^ith their crow ns of gold Vmi commerce 1ms too many ports For noblemen to mince throng); Court*. Humanity has gro .vn loowide lo let us now for (jueens provide. 'l oo weighty Issues are nt hand To luuiuitiln 1'rlnccM in the land. COI.MMfl'Y BETWEEN A COLL A K IMvMOl IMT A.V1) AN lMDEl'EM)' EST VOI'Eltt Airuugrd PrutM Sum Hunker in Pro* grt'hxlte I iirmer. Independent Voter.—We want (o know what you want, toy way ! Collar Democrat. We want to till ull the olllces, high uuil low; we want to rule this coun | try. 1. V.—What partioular qual ilicatione do you cla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 June 1892

kjfW ILSON I pui«r Abstractor, L a. c#i*. 5urvcrwr #ud NoUry Court How THE DE OCRAT. BMTKRtB AT THC TOffC*A# •(CON* CLASS MAIL MATTIH foL« «*• rand Removal Sale, WHICH MEANS A eat sacrifice in prices, more goods for the money than ever offered before. I WILL REMOVE TO OUR Handsome Three Story i Brick Building, (uth East Corner of the Square, bout July 1st, ad from June 1st until our remov- twe will make Great Sacrifices Prices in order to reduce our jck, that we may have as little [remove as possible. [Remember Your iportunity is Now Imi'll believe it when you visit our store and ask our prices. Your Freedom, four Own Free Choice four Pick and Fancy, )R THE ENTIRE MONTH OF JUNE, lot a Style Reserved, lot an Article withheld, It all Offered at SACRIFICING [CES. e aubmit to tb« Cash During Public, this sale and list of i and can guarantee thein as representing more actual , offcreij for l^es money than can be found in any retail *,>'oriU or Kouth, East or West. IT ITEM A BARGAIN. E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 June 1892

i rsr? KOITKD ANDl'UBLlSllKl) By F. C- Thompson, HcBacBimoM KATM: One Year. . f 1, 0 Eight Month* Mix Months, X'hree " Our AdvcHiKiug One column 1 year $180.00 IltUf coluiuu 1 year i-'.in h tingle column 12.00 I.ooal notlcea, 7 cents per line foi each insertion. ObltuariM of more tlinn 10 lines will be charged for at our usual rates. All contracts will be charged for in proportion to the above. i; Address, Dkmoctut Pen. Co., McKinney, Texes, THURSDAY. .JUNE 9. 1802. A weapon that comes down as still As snowftaWes fall upon the sod, lint executes a freeman's will As lightning does the will of God, Au.l iron) lta force nor doors nor locks Can shield you—'its the ballot box. —.lohn I'ierpont. Tin; St. Louis platform can be found on the fourth page of this issue. What is the ub0 to be bo Pellicular about platforms; Yiiey are seldom obeyed. J; uks G. Bi.aink Bent, in his i«el:*uation as secretary of r .. ce uud President Harrison ••o i:ptly accepted it. L. L. Polk, president of the N . l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 June 1892

ljTthe Price of the loyal for Royal only. goyal Baking Powder is shown by actual cal tests absolutely pure and 27 per cent, tcr in strength than any other brand. jlany grocery stores have recently been ,cd with second-class brands of baking ier which are urged upon consumers at the of the high-cost, first-class Royal. Jjjiese powders cost from 8 to 30 cents a j iess than the Royal, besides being of 27 cent. less strength. If they are forced upon 5ce that you are charged a correspondingly 0 price for them. f. ^ jn MoKlnney by FOX * I.OVE ami other leading dealers. The Willow Springs people's party club baa given a chal- lenge to the Willow Springs democratic (Hogg) club to dis- cuss the issues of the da}', dis- cussion to be by the members of the clubs. Oar city council should light up our streets with electric lights, It would be a good in- restment and the people de mand it. No other city in North Texas no smaller than McKinney is without 1'ghts. Why not encourage gentlemen who hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 June 1892

SI 1 I ( ;Wi llfT M Keforui Thought. Deiiison (Texas) Gazette: Diligence ia the mother of good fortutie. Deliver (Col.) Road : A crook- til t;tick will make a crooked) ahadow. Kobellne (La.) Battle Flag:, Ao you are educated 90 will you vote. l)i> au (Texas) Farmer : Men do things more from custom than from reason. San Antonio (Texas) Truth : ''The man with the hoe" has commenced to weed the politi- cal field, Wytlieville (Va.) Newa : La- bor not only pays its own wages but supports the bosses nud fattens the millionaires. Abilene ^Kan.) Monitor: Death is the record that fusion has made in all political par - ties 1 jet u3 keep clear of it. Cincinnati (Ot) Herald: Pal- aces and hovels, princes and paupers, millionaires and ined- icants are complements of each other. (Jorsicana (Texas) Christian Advance : Christianity is not Theological not Formalistic, but Spiritual and Humaulta- riau. St. Louis (Mo.) New Forum : Men preach from the house tops while the devil is crawling through ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 June 1892

jTg/WILSON. ^iir Abstractor, g.(Vle, Mrrayoraad NoUry , in Court Houae.' THE OCRAT UTM(««TTM( PSSTOfrCI StCONOCLASS MAIL MATTER 9. Slid Removal Sale M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T the agony over. KKNTUCKY l!OU«E, W.K. AH. II. IIKWKTT, Ptop's Are prepared to give lint oIa«* i!C«is- inodutlon, nntl respectfully solicit tbe PAtroiiAtfe of the nubile. TKIttlH. I>r itidm I •••*"■ Hotrd and Lodfflnjr l 'r day •> prr v * •• |M*r month Whvo in lb* city g4v mm* cull. 9 M 1*0 I u) li.UW SDAY. JUNE 16, 1892. NO 7. Itnrrinoii auil Hoed Nominated. TI1K l'LATKUHM. WHICH MEANS A ft SACRIFICE IN PRICES, ml more goods for the money than ever offered before. WILL REMOVE TO OUR Handsome Three Story r Brick Bonding, Duth bout July 1st, id from June 1st until our remov- We will make Great Sacrifices Prices in order to reduce our jck, that we may have as little iremove as possible. iRemember Your iportunity is Now [ou'll believe it when you visit our store and ask our prices. Your Freedom, four Own Free Choice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 June 1892

if ri* iE DEMOCRAT.; The Kuemv up lu Ann*. m a ; v V | \ TBI) AKDFUUL18HSD By hC- Thompson. miutckinium iutm: Already tho howl in raised by democratic speakers in re- gard to Ileury Jeuuiijgs, (col.) bciu^r added to the list of state delegates sekcted last Satur- day. VVti learn that Mr. l>og • g< tt put particular stress on tbat fact at Willow Springs lust Saturday night and of course we expect that other speakers will use the same £ bobby. l-inchiinftio column 12.00 and the darkey will be the i "cal nctlccf, 7 tents i>cr Una foi Wenpong of the'straights' from this ou. This late attack on Lhe peo- The People's Party Convention. west, but recoguizeone Hag, one] Melton, whom I assure you is country, one people. on# Qf truest 0f 0U1. TLat we charge the present fared Out; Year, EljeM Months, Mix JKuutluf Tliice •• Our AiIvoi'IInIhk . l.OO 70 .. 40 lintos. flfiO.OO •mcli Insertion. Obituaries of more Ilia!-. iO liues will be cliurgcd for At our usual lutes. Ail conirietB w 111 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 June 1892

The United States Official Investigation of Baking Powders, Made under authority of Congress by the Chemical Division of the pep't of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., and recently completed, Shows the Royal Baking Powder to be a cream of tartar baking pow- der of the highest quality, superior to all others in strength, leaven- ing power, and general usefulness. The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest expert official authority the leading Baking Powder of the world. For Mle in MeKlnnejr by FOX A LOVE and other lending dealer*. Central flar Table. Railway „so. 13 Arrive* ftill a. 3 " ":*,N *• 3 'J 4 W in. m- ;(£ |>. in N-.24 a. ni. 4:4v p.m. Oi'JS p. m. uuo Railroad. 13:#0 p. m, 1:40 p. m. ;AL NEWS. |{ommis8ioners court ia [jut few days has been dy warm. f5ir?nce Rucker, of' Al- |i(ry sick. «v nsed street lights, tbave them I [fiimmond made a bnsi- loDallas thia week. i Mat Lews, of Allen, I citv last Thursday. ■without the signature I writer cannot bo pub- Most...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 June 1892

r Ht: "j m wV!® P; THE AGONY OVER: [< ONTINUKI) HUtU FIRST PAtiK.J aud o t> state or another seem- ed to lean one way or other. Now one side aad then the other seeoied to be in the ma- jority. As the call progreuBed each broke out in cheering, The roll call reached the stain of Texas exactly at mid- niijht when suddenly th< elec- tric lights went ou', that being the hour for shutting down, and 12,000 were left in the darkness, the striking of ma'ches was heard through the hull, and cries were immedi- ately raised, "Stop those matches." Loud niection made by some excited person of the danger of lire increased the alarm, but just in tho nick of time the band struck up the old famili- ar air, "We Won't Go Home Till Morning." A ringing burst of laughter broke . the spell, lu a moment a tempo- rary light was provided, and the roll call was completed, Then amid breathless silence the delegates and galleries awaited the casting up of the vote. Every second seemed a thousand times ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 June 1892

"ijTWILSON ftiiitr AbslrMt#r, s II. col*. ''"ey°r*nd MoUry Let In ( our* Home THE DEMOCRAT. KENTUCKY JI01JMI3, w. k. a n. ii. ujcwKrr, Prop'* Are pn pared to give Hist modatlon, Mini respectfully solicit tlio patroniiK" of the public. ikuua. KNTIMKD AT THI PaSTOfrOiAS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER fOL* IVr niral llo.nl and prr <1 af " |MT*r<k • " " |wf month Wh«n In ihrclly v«. n* a call. $ « MO I uil U..UII M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 23. 1892. ^ a _ NO 8. For Latest Novelties ^rr and SO TO Lowest Prices, Roderick 9 THE FASHIONABLE— ■THEY MAKE FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. AT BANK FURNISHING STORE, Old Collin County Bank Building, IVIcKIItfWEY, TT THE LONE STATE. er Wonderful Area and Resources. Mont ttrnutloUA llridc | Ever Led lo llio Marriage Altar of tlie Union." liny writers have at tempted I ifirrijition of Texas and liltd. The size, scope, re tP, climate, inhabitants, icot be fully described in ij Dtwi.pnper article and no title is complete without a ipicture of all of ibeni....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 June 1892

All tkf TMC DEMOCRAT. !.|)J I'm) AM) l'UllLltillKD B| F. C> Thompson. Tho Calamity Howler. jjitBsciurriox One Your (Bight Mouths, ■ • .si v ^ionthx, Three " 75 Our A(trorlii i'ttf Hat"* Out column 1 yenr . Halt column 1 year 1-liicli alugle column 12.00 JU>rftl nctiieg, 7 cent# |>er line foi euc i Insertion. Obltuarle* of luoro tls: i 10 lines will be cii*rged 'or at our usual rates. All cuntnet* will be charged for lu pr<; 'tioiji to the al>ovt . QAtlrtrese. Dkmocuat l*i-B. cO., MeKlnneVi Te*e . moths and drones of society ex- Ulon, cast your influeuoe aa the haust the store. best interest of your country The gem of Texus is Collin l'rogres live government* calls. county. Our friends iu other haVe progressive parties, con- The independent or people's states ure kindly invited to 1 tendinK for djnerent polit ies of l>arty has always existed aud - come and lake a walk upon the we^ principles. When has always bee /eared by the iutm: high road of prosperity with parti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 June 1892

THE! w nun micy OF THE Hit Life lis Co. lipped of all conditions, except if the ed pays the premium and the company iiantee to Pay the Policy. i^pjtiy loans money on this policy at live per cent, (interest. ^Jive Thirty days grace on premiums and (j^iuuuul payments haye been mude tliey continue it Three to Six Years Without Further Cost. I our offlcial rqnrt and tliii contraot, comparatively, we Lcoiiijetiticu and now is the time for Energetic Men of Ability Hgl{0 take up the business II.inkers. Cotton bikers, it?. Lawyt'io, Doctor# and Commercial Tiavelers aie stiog us and making )D MONEY out of the business. b for terms, HAMILTON COOKE, General Agent, Dallas, Tex. iDOANE. Special Agent, McKinney, Texas skisfebkkisis Men. Uncinpcc ',He Soblett, is (he pro- I)llolIlLo> pi-jetoi*, who ha3 remodeled the lAnx-itUon* I'rotriiyeil Itvlumn* <*t The Demo crat. house throughout, and it being a three story brick and well ventilated, he is prepared to : furnish the beat of lodging. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 June 1892

ft £ Mrs ItcllnHliO*. l>i. Hiiriiiu, ( telephone olllee It llmiibo. McKinney of To-Day. [CONTINUED FBOM FIB8T J'AOK ] Smith & Dot v, (r.ol.) Warren & Wiggins, i r s Oars#, will continue the work or im- kaxi uhimuka m provement. We can in iuiagi- nation only, piciure the McKin- 11 nrpfr a Koiierick, ney of the future, when, with * j ty*™**' her crand possibilities and ad- r Powell, * #1... I >f 111 oc rut. vautugfS, alie 18 tilt? pride or uer j i .siivt r* A Co , people and the glory of our |J$J« creat commonwealth. No pent Kentucky Hou*r, up "Utioa" will then Btay the,.*! H^n^nd*0"' onward march of progress 1 lur^ej^ Hnrri.. ^ She will stand before the world II < Morford. . , 1 1 « ,, 1 llrlstol A Porter, with the words, thrift, pro tl w AltburVj gress and enterprise" emblaz-; oned iu golden letters upon her ( \ 1 Wut'ers. forehead. One becomes enthu- siastic in writing about snch a j nr„ m,ine, thriving, enterprising, beauti- :J \\l\WeV. ful place as McKinney. Its ...

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