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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEB. 15. 1911. GREATER THAN EVER Our After-Inventory Clean Up Sale will close Saturday night, Feb. 24th. We are closing out many lines "* of merchandise below wholesale cost. GET YOUR SHARE OF THESE BARGAINS. Special Sale Children's Dresses. Children'h dresses, 4 to 8, always sell 50c, only. 35c Misses' gingham dresses, 75c values, only 40C Misses' $1.00 dresses, made of nice gingham and suiting... 75c 10c Socks 5c 100 Dozen Men's Black Socks—regular 10c sellers the pair §C New Laces 4c 200 Doz. yds. of torchon and real linen laces worth 5 and 7c yd.—our sale per yard 4C 10c Embroidery 7 1-2 5)00 yds. Embroidery re- gular 10c value on sale yd. only 7 1-2C Half Price for Ladies Coat Suits U0 ladies' fine tailored coat suits, all nicely made of bent material. To close out during this sale at just half the original price. $12.50 Suits $<>.25 15.00 Suits 7.50 18.00 Suits 9.01) F Special Sale Muslin Underwear Ladies nice Cambric Underskirt, e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. FEB. 15. 1912. 'You'll get there in better time and greater comfort by using The Kalv Hintied. The Katv FLvei? t/ f- ■ 1 ■ ■ ■ ^ For any trawl information, farei, berth* mtc.. ate nearest Kaly Agent, or write W. G. Crush, Gen'l Pats. Agent, Lias Build inn, Dallas. Tax. S Rural T elephones We arc; at work on a plan lo furnish rural Telephone service of the same kind and quality as our city service at a p.lce that every man who lives In the country can well afford to pay. Man have called at our office at 300 N. Kentucky street and discussed the matter with us. An interview is solicited from all. The Union Telephone Company " \ HO.MIC COMPV.NY FOB HOME PEOPI.E." J 1 OVE RLAND MODEL WITH FORC DOORS OVEItLANI) MODEL 50-T is without question the greatest value ever offered In an automobile. Neat, roomy and. of the popular fore- door 5-passenger type of body, Including the latest mechanical niceties and conveniences, and the famous Overland center con...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

~~~~ —— TH1 WMKLT DEMOCRAT-OAZETTH. AT, FEB. it, 101*. I LOVE The Best YOU / Valentine Is a gift of Jewelry which need not be expensive to be appreciated, as you will see by an inspection of our stock. It takes some searching and studying to secure odd designs at a moderate price, but we are students of our business and therefore successful. Lockets, Lace Fans, Handy Pins, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Vallieres. D. GOODIN, The Store of Good Jewelry "MR. BILL" PLANTERS i T. J. TINGLE, "The Implement Man." The above is a late photograph of T. J. Tingle, "The Implement Man" who handles the famous B. F. Avery & Son's line of implements. Mr. Tingle has only been in business in McKinney a few months, but. lie is un Implement man of many years experience ami knows the business well. He handles the "Mr. Bill" Planter, the planter which mado such a lut with those who bought them here last year. He Is a push- ing business man and is last estab- lishing himself with the farmers. Through the colu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

—— THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, FEB. 15, 1911, w •;< m i SEVEN YEARS OF MISERY How Mrs. Bethune was Re- stored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound. Sikeston, Mo. — " For seven years I suffered everything. I was in bed for four or iivedayn at a time every month, and so weak I could hardly walk. I had cramps, backache and headache, and was so nervous and weak that I dreaded to see anyone or [ have anyone move in I the room. The doc- tors gave me medi- 1 cine to easu me at those times, and said that I ought to have an operation. I would not listen to that, and when a friend of my husband's told him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Com pou nd and what it had done for hia wife, I was willing to take it. Now I look the picture of health and feel like it, too. I can do all my own houBe- work, work in the garden and entertain company and enjoy them, and can walk as far as any ordinary woman, any day in the week. I wish I could talk to every suffering woman ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, FEB. U, 1912 Relieves Backache Instantly Sloan's Liniment is a great remedy for backache. It •Mpetrates and relieves the pain instantly—no rub- bing necessrry—just lay it on lightly. Here's Proof. "I had my back hi«rt in the Hoei-War i*t«l tit C-tn It* m . . ■.. r ... t . ...... •••; '«m i«n in die uucr v « r and in San irandsto two yuan* auo 1 lepTai -ope cms. Two weeks ago I aa\v your lini- i t t ..... )vaio hmu i was lilt by a street car in the name place. 1 tried ail kinds of dope without sue- i "Ru • > juui 111* " mey' • a drug store and got a bottle to try. fha first application causedImtaiit relief, and now except fur a little itill- 11 cm. 1 am Almost well." Fletcher norman. Wl.ittler, Calif. SLOAN'S LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia, sore throat and sprain3. Miss K. Kim of Brooklyn, N.T., writes: "Slojn'3 l.inlmont It t'.us lxst for rheumatism. 1 havcMrt.tilx l.ot- tics of it and it is grand." Soli} by a!! Dealer...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 15 February 1912

TtTS! WEEKLY DEMOCRAT (JAZICTTE, THUKSDAY, FEB. 13, 1912. Ij«'I Texiui farmer* (<k-iI Te\us product** to Tcxn*. Ntiirk ami help keep Texan money ill Texan. When you send your money away fop Missouri corn, Kansas iiay or Nebraska \\ beat bran, it's gone for good. When you |>n.v II to a T«mm Mill for Cotton Seed Meal ami Hulls, It come* right to Texan workers for |:;lMir ami Te\as farmer* for Cotton Seed, ami we all get another whack at it, ami noons of it sticks everj time you touch it. Corn at :ih per bushel, Wln-at It run at 3«)c per IOO Ihs. Don't pay more than this to feed your Horse, your Mule, your lion or your Cow. Cotton Seed Meal is shown l y ehemlcnl analysis an I ].rncn by practical tesis by experience! feeders and at Hi" Agricul- tural Experiment Stations In tli < «mnti>, in Great Britain ami Enropf, to be the MOST NUTRITIONS, HEALTHFUL AND PUREST OF A l.l. FEEDING MATERIALS. It Is a home product, clean, conven- ient to hi ore mid handle, free fr mi ail altera...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

12 Pages This W««k I-pf'""'':' ? W The Weekly Democrat-Gazette TWENTY-NINTH YEAH, NO. 4. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEU. 22. 1912 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. * ^DROPS DEAD 7 IN HIS HOME P. M. (Marlon) Brooks, former county commissioner, Mason, Knight of PythlaB, member of the Christian church, democratic executive com- mitteman from hiB precinct and one of Collin county's most substantial and prominent citizens, dropped dead at his homo near Wylle at 1 o'clock Monday afternoon, of heart failure. The deceased was sixty years old. 'He was a Texan by birth, coming to Wylie at the age of about fifteen, where he has continuously resided since. For many years he was in the hardwaro and furniture busi- ness in Wylle, later manager of the Houaewright Company general mer- chandise store. He served two terms as county commissioner from the Wylle precinct and made the county one of the beBt ofllclals In that ca- pacity that It ever had. When death's sudden summons came, he held the hon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

• " i « v j< t ■ if vft¥ '' * r •'<« HF't*' I ¥ I M:* I K I I i I 11 THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. FEB. 22. 1912. For v of your hard earnings, your family, your peace of mind, your self-respect and future, have an account with this hank. min ^ Be a regular depositor here, and li accumulate something. A snug hank bank bal- JTIUIiUVlilU 11 ance wi|i nevcr COme amiss. It will open opportunities and provide the wherewithal to grasp them. Just as well make the step now as later. Nobody ever gained anythingby putting off this important step. 4 per cent interest paid on savings accounts THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pros. J. O. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Fruncis H. Welch, Vice P. Vet H. Smith. Asst. Cashier. Best chick and hen feed you can lniy anywhere; that's what we have. Kistler and Bristol. Candidates, we print cards nice- ly and cheaply. Give us yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

wmmmmmmmmmmrnrnm * ut' 1 I To the Men and Young Men of Collin County We are very anxious to dispose of a bin lot of men's and young men's suits. They are all the very latest styles and best materials and a bargain in every suit. Our line of furnishings is very complete at present. Some big val- ues in hilts, shirts and underwear. We want your business upon the merits of our goods and fairness of our prices. Howell & Lucas THE STORE OF STYLE Odle Held in $500 Bond A. S. Odle, who is charged with forgery, had an examining trial be- fore Justice T. 0. Murray Wednes- day. He was placed under a $.r>00 bond which he readily made, and the case was held over to await the ac- tion of the grand jury. DON'T POISON YOlTllSKliF WITH MKRplJRY. That's-What You May Do If You Take Calomel, Because Calomel Is a Form of Mercury. J : i V If you auk a druggist for bl-chlo- ride of mercury, lie will give it to you in a red label bottle marked POISON. Calomel is also a chloride of mercury, as your ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

<v1 "a* f'W51 THE WEKKT/Y DEMOCRAT. GAZETTE. THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1 1*. I I J- I I I I I 4-L 9, I 1 ;; i |l Our Flour is Growingj in popularity every day. Each new customer that tries it be- comes a Bteady user. We aak you to try A sack of "White Billows" Flour next time The (rial will cost you nothing, as our price Is no higher than you UHUally pay. It will show you, however, that WHITE BILLOWS Flour Ih really the cheapest. It will no farther and bake better than any other flour you have eevr tried. Make the trial and enjoy the result by phoning your grocer today. SOLD BY ALL PIRSTCLA8S GROCERY HTORES. Collin County Hill & Elevator Co. McKJNNEY, TEXAS. The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter It. Wilson, Editors, Publishers and Proprietors. Grcenlierry Adams, Circulation and Assistant Itiisiness Manager. on nccount of his fear of a complete breakdown In health, as physically Morris Is not very strong. He will retire from Congr<*is at the expir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

, 'V • • ' • <•> ^ ' ., , : . -N ,,i , THB WEEKLY DEMOCRA" GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 191V. . i 1 i." ME*/,.... .J BUGGIES « Direct beam hitch—Lever in front Hopper—to adjust foot piece, giving more or less suction to sweep with out stopping team. OTIinY TH|Q IMPI FMFNTI ^0U are bound to admit yon never 0 I WbJ I I 1110 I III I kLlVllMll I ■ looked at a stronger, easier adjusted, planter than this. DISTRIBUTES SEED EVENLY-COTTON, CORN, CANE AND ONIONS Our Price This Year It's $5.00 Better Than Others By Test All Styles—Prices You Are Looking For. BUGGY AND TEAM HARNESS. $32.50 * Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, Manager 1 Professional Dept. j T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over mc- Klnuey's grocery Btore. Phone 203, McKinney. McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frank G. Dowell, Mgr. Office with The Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKinney, phone 65. ARTHUR T. CHURCH. Fire, Torna- do and Livestock Innurance Agent. Only beBt companies represented. Morrow block, McKin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

mmmmummm THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, PgB. , 1 1 . ^ < * Here's the Place to Buy I <► Good Groceries at theii Lowest Prices So anxious arc we for your grocery business rhat X i > we shave the pricc down just as low as possible <> < > and leave for us a small profit. At present our f < > stock is in good shape—goods are fresh and the ; price will please you. GARDEN SEED of all Kinds Come here for your garden seed. We have them all, good seed too, and we advise that you buy here to insure a good garden. We also have some fine seed corn. KISTLER & BRISTOL TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. PHONES 04 AND 525 W. 0. W. DEPT. Collin County Class Initiation Campaign, to lie held in McKlnney April J 8th. Allen Choppers Busy. M. E. Melton, clerk of the W. O. W. Camp at1 Allen HayB that their Camp 1b getting pretty lively now and expects to roll up a largo Hat of new members for the big Class Init- iation April 18th. Sovereign Melton In ft letter Monday Bays "Send...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

1 WSKKLT DEMOCRAT-QAZBTTB, THURgDAT, FEB. II, ltll. i •w>*. -JVm i, Oats, Chops, Hay, at Right Prices ! • INHARDT GRAIN CO. Old Boren-Stewart Warehouse. Phone 20 Tie Very Best MBsanBK For He [tag Buy This Mattress and be satisfied. Any kind you want and a large range in prices. The best money will buy. This Big Store with its immense stock of goods in every department offers you many advantages you do not have in selecting from smaller stocks. We are well prepared to serve you in a first class man* ner and We Want Your Business. Any article handled in a good hardware and furniture store is here and priced right. CR0UCH-HARTZ0G COMPANY • ODD FELLOWS GRAND LODGE I South Side Square. THE BIO STORE. AN NOUNCEMENTH. The following have announced for offices named below, subject to the action of the democratic primary, July 27, 1912: For Congress: TOM W. PERKINS. For Local Representative: J. L. YARBROUGH. For Flotorial Representative: (Collin and Grayson Counties.) J. B. BASKETTE, of Wy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

wwwWIN* I THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1911. <S Stiff NecK Relieved ^ For any stiffness or lameness Sloan's Liniment gives relief at once. It acts like massage— quickens the blood and limbers tip lame muscles and joints. When applied immediately af- ter violent exercise it prevents stiffness. Here's Proof " I am using your liniment for Miffncss. I liuvo bought two bot- tles of it and it is the bunt 1 ever ww." Mrs.MARY CURRY, Milltown.Ga. "I had a severe pain between my shoulders, and noticing your ad- vertisement in the street tars I got a bottle which <|uickly relieved mo." R. I). HURGOVNK, MaysVtlie. Ky. SLOANS LINIMENT is an excellent antiseptic remedy for sore throat, cuts and bruises. Very penetrating—needs no rubbing. Sold by all dealers. Price 23c., SOc. and fl.OO. Slonn'i IkmiIc on Horte*, Cattle. Hog* and Poultry tent free. Addreit DR. EARL 8. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. mayoii will l, m:\vnomi:. Of Celiuu—Voting, Progressive, Hue- cessful 1,11 si in'sh ....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

£ gr THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEB 22. 191*. ii OSTEOPATHY 9 P i It is not a system of rubbing as you are often told by the prejudiced or else ignorant. It is not Swedish movement as others might 6ay. It is not wlassage. It is not called Magnetic Healing by those that know any thing about it. It is not Christian Science nor does it bear any relation to it. It is not a faith cure as some imagine. An Osteopath does not give drugs for the purpose of curing diseases When you are toid that O&teopathy is any of the above methods you are either inten ionally misinformed or else the individual does no more know what he is talking about than does a lunatic. Osteopathy is a science of less than twenty years ot existence and is recog- nized in over forty states of these United States. It has Ix en proven be- yond a question of a doubt thai it is a good thing tor the ailments of hu- manity or else it could not have attained the recognition that it has. It is within the power of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

TWTB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEB. It, l lt J V h i THK gi'AlilTV IIEIIIND a ahoi* Is what gives It value. Vou will tin 1 every ahoe Iii our new styles and leathern wear- ing ati well as It looks. Sonic Swaguer Son Shoes for smart people are especial- ly worth attention. We want you to look at them. Then If you don't have a pair it will he because you are more In- dlfferont to footwear quality, style and value than we think possible. J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE TAILORED ( ;; Come to See Us Oftenii and allow tin to show you the prettiest lot of samples for Spring Suite you have ever seen. The prices are as at- tractive as tho goods and when you order here wo guar- an'.ae you a perfect fit. Ceo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky Ht. T. Hootens' splendid little farm in the edge of Princeton, was in the city today and gave us a business call. Mr. Penland appreciates his school advantages and finds the Princeton school to be a very excel- lent one. Lee West was her...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

Imp THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- GAZI B. THURSDAY, FEB. 82, 191S. TESTIMONY OF FIVE WOMEN Prove* That Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Coax- pound Is Reliable. lecdville, Ore.—"I can truly recom- id Lydia E. Pinjcham's Vegetable ipoung to all women who are passing Change of Life, as ft made me a wel> woman after suffering three years." — Mrs. Maky Bogart, Rcedville, Oregon. New Orleans, La. — "When passing through the Change of Life I was troubled with hot flashes, weak and dizzy spells ana backache. I was not fit for anything until I took Li dia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound which >roved worth its weight nything until I took Ly- ia E. Pf Pr in gold to me." - Mrs. Gas ton Blondeau, 1641 Po- lymnia St, New Orleans. Mishawaka.Ind.-" Wo- men passing through the Change of Life can take nothing better than Lydia E. Pinicham's Vegetable iChn BaucrJl Compound. I am recom- \ menaingittoall my friends because of what it has I clone forme. "-Mrs.chas. ] Bauer, 523 E. Marion St., | Mishawaka, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 February 1912

TRK WEEKLY DEMOCRAT GA2ETTE, THURSDAY, FBB. 22, 1911. I I I El The Local Happenings From Over Collin County II \ltltl.%<«TON 1'HAPKL. Mr. and Mrs. Ik-it Carpenter and eh lid rou wore Piano visitors Fri- day. Miss Etlu'l Howard was shopping In McKlnney Saturday. Mr. and Mrs Carl Dlllohay enter- lallied the young people Saturday night. All report a delightful time. Mrs. Gant hits been visiting her ulster, Mrs. Porter, for several days, MIbh Ethel Co thes entertained the young people with a singing Sunday night. Mr. and Mi'h. Gidding* and Mr and Mrs. Proston of Allen attended church here Sunday. H. CotheH was the guest of Mr. Clark Sunday. Mrs. Matthews and Miss Powell were shopping in Piano Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Hart visited friends here Sunday. Miss Vevie l<ewls of Allen was the Kiieet of Miss Agnes Robblns recent- ly. Several of our young people at- tended the play at Allen Friday night. Church next Sunday morning and night. Everybody come out. Harrington Chapel, Feb. 19...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

12 Pages This The Weekly Democrat-Gazette TWENTY-NINTH YEAR, NO. 5. iO0D MOTHER PASSES AWAY The death angel visited the home or Mr. T. S. Batson who resides on South Wilcox street Tuesday at 6 o'clock and took his aged com- panion to that brighter and better world where the pains of suffering and the sting of death is not known. Mrs. T. 8. Batson, the subject of this sketch was born in Humphreys county, Tennessee, Jan. 13, 1833. Her maiden name was MIsb Eliza- beth D. Rudolph. She was a sister of Mrs. Harritt Hale, deceased, Mrs. J. B. Cloyd, deceased, and Thad and Robert Rudalph, all of thlB county. She was the last of a family of ten children to answer the death angel's call, the other brothers and sisters having died in Tennessee. She was married to Mr. T. S. Bat- son December 17, 1854. To them the following children were born: Mrs. Emma B. Hulse, now deceased; Richard Batson, who died at the age i of 7 yearB in Tennessee; Thomas E. M Batson of Omnlia, Texas; Mrs. Ellza- 1>eth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 February 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-ft .A ZF1TTE. THURSDAY, FEB. 29, 1912. \ V : ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ v * ♦ « ♦ 4 * ♦ <> «> Y * : : The Prime Objects property. Then the clining years can he trouble can be looked of every money earner should be to lay up some* thing for the future to reach middle life . with something substantial to show fur the labor of years; to have a home and inevitable emergency, or de- approached without flinching; in the eye. The world owes us all a living and more,, too. The "more" represents what we put aside in a good hank where it may grow in safety. Put your surplus in this bank. We'have space on our ledger for YOUR account. 4 per cent interest paid on savings accounts THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK McKinney, Texas. FoundctMSb1) United States Depository John Lovejoy, President, Howell E. Smith, Cashier. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. J. (I. Fitzhugh, Afiat. Cash1; \ Francis H. Welch, Vice P. Vet II. Smith, Asst. Cashier, \ PRYING SIZE CHICKENS Michel Lime Co., I manufacturers of Du...

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