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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 April 1893

-■il v c •' •• .rem Painful, ("refuse, 'Scanty, f uppressetl or Irregular Men- struation you must us* BRADFIE-LD'S FEMALE REGULATOR CAvnxitamxm, April 88,1888. Tbia will certify that two members of my Immediate family, alter having •uttered for rear* lrom .Wenstraal Irregnkirttr, f*ing t.eated without benefit by pbfilcliUt trot at length completely curedbv one bottle of BraSfleM's Female Reaalatar. Its e fleet Li truly wonderful. J. W. rausoL Eoofc to " tVOJUS " matkMl FREE, which coatalas valuable I information on eli female dteesm. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO* ATLANTA. OA. JTOR BALE BY ALL D&UQQ1 CHURCH DIRECTORY. CI MBERl-VND I RKsBYTERLtX. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:;w> p. m. liev. J 11 W©fiord, pastor. Sabbath school every Sabbaih at :3U a. m. superlntend- Ut. rilKSBYTKRlAN. Services every Sabbaih at 11 o'clock a. in. and 7:;K) p. m.. Rev. O. A. IIub- seli paitor. Sabbath school every Sab- bath at U:: 0 a. jb. 1'rayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 April 1893

* . ' :" . ..-' '•••V u M 5 . : . : V 3^3 DEMOCRAT. of Collin County * v- ; r I ---' *. - * * . I I 22 *".. ENTERED AT THE CLASS MAIL MOKKYTO VOL. -9 M'KINNEY, TEXAS. TEXAS LEGISLATURE. MR. M'GAUGHEY MUST STANO TRIAL FOR IMPEACHMENT. Ike Article* Wtre Adopted In the Horn by a Vote of HI to "M—The (iovrrnor Vt top* the Confederate Veteran* ft*at- rnt* Hill. Avstix, April 8.—Tlie investigating committer appointed by the legislature } ihat ao Eqoai for (he money. L. PHILLIPSON, Dallas, Tex., Sole Proprietor. J. P. DOWELL, to look after the charges against Com- missioner McGanghey recommended that hi be impeached. It is predicted that the honse committee to formulate and present charges aud specification* will hare a most ardous task. The sen- ate acting as a high court will require technically perfect specifications and strict obserance of rules of evidence. CROCKERY WARE, TIN WAKE, Mechanics' Tools. HARD WARE, CHINA WARB, QUEENS WARE, b fact every thing in bis line is kept on haud to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 April 1893

m f"' c . r '* W"" f i ; • '-::>amm*&* sgaevf^^sp •■■■ . «-" V- ' T-if^Sfft. ■ sm ;v " « ... • ' . J Nobby g Jr i? - ■ Harper Roderick's FASHIONABLE CLOTHING PALACE. Money Saved to all who Buy of Our Extremely Close Prices in Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes. HARPER & RODERICK. Fashionable Cloth iers, Hatters and Furnishers, West Side Squ are McKinney, Texas, THE DEMOCRAT. KDITKD AND PUBLISHED If F. & TbmpsoR. Gov.Hooo has appointed two good ; neither James S. Ilogg negroes notaries public at La- j nor bis most active slave can Grange that were his support-; lure the people of this coun- | ers, instead of A. L. Jackson, a try from their purpose to make Clark man. This is carrying ! Smith country free from the prejudice and partisanism too , intluence of this gang. THURSDAY. APRIL 13,1893. far.—Kaufman Sun, Suaacftipnosf JUtbs: •1.5©! Somebody is responsible for the employment of Commis Baptist Church Services, Itev. A, «I. Harris. died far out on the western plai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 April 1893

K R ■f" .." •' ' ' ■. •' - . - «£«£19 . - . -f®- SSft .'>3 J5 .. •. Wm pHK •: mr^ *5S - ££S ! #■} . liil )••••••< •••••••< • • • • • • • 4 Ml a. m 10:30 a. m 8:1ft p. m 8:14 a. m 4:0 p.m p. m. 10:40 a. m C;90 p. I Olfly Kffetion, Tuesday. April 4, to announce J. C. a candidate for Alderman from the pres- sback. . The street Taeedsy able. priokler started j and it rained. rarden square a few nights " m — dost last almost unbear- mLot6 your enemies." Keep your e; grand Do no to others as yon would have them do/tanto yon. R. H. Qferkee aod family hare movfd to Oklahoma. + m Dallas will celebrate the landing of tbe Trinity steam boats in a short time. t A fioq baby boy *as born to Mr. aod Mrs. Rpfus Adams last Tuesday mori Charity logins at home. Citizens 9i McKiucey should rememmr this* A new bartrh of the Chris tian churcn has started up. A series ofservice are being held in the court house. The Ujtper Rowlett school doses next Friday-night with an exhibition. ' The artesian ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 April 1893

- '• - V- - as: lo LIFE el My wife, aft^r hariagtind Mover's Frkid, pa «lthr(>iigbtk®w^*1t" little pain, ww stronger in one boor than In * week after tbe birth of ber former child. J. J. McGolwuck, Beans Bta., Tenn. Mather'* Frtend robbed £U£E2 and ihortcnH labor. 1 hare tbe bealtn e*t child lever saw. „ . _ Mks. L. M. AntXf, Cochran, Ga. Sent by erpreiw. rbaw* r^>pt of rri.f, fl J per bottlt-. Bouk <To MotLer^ ■tailed free. CHURCH DIRECTORY. cumberland 1'kefbytkkiax. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. in. and 7:30 p. in. Rev. •) 11 W offord, oast or. Sabbath school every Sabbaih at 9:30 a. m. superintend- ent. presry muax. Services every Snbbath at 11 o'clock a. in. and 7:30 p. m.. Rev. G. A. Rus- sell paJtor. >abb th school every Sab- bath at i>^0 a. ai. Prayer meeting every Wednesday nipht at 7:30. methodist. Sei vices ever\ Sab Oath at 11 o'clock a. in. and 7:15 p. in.. Rev. Fiadgerpas- tor. Sabbath school every Sabbath at 9:4.) a. in. Prayer meeting every We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 April 1893

■ : •' ■ ' • * t TEXAS LEGISLATURE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY- THIRD SESSION. Tbe > Mt« Bendy to Ml M Jttd|c F| | the McGnuchry C'me-Dallu Criminal Court Hill r*Mf« and Now AnaiU the Governor's Signature. Austin, April 13. —It is understood that McGaughey has employed to de- fend him Judge Terrell, Judge Fanik and Colonel Walton. The spokesmen of the prosecuting house committee trill be Mr. Smith of Hill and Mr. Henderson of Milam, a strong team on i both sides. It has ao Equal for the money. L. PHILLIPSON, Dallas, Tax., Sole Proprietor. Ja Pa DOWELL, HARD WAKE, CHINA WARE, QUEENS WARE, R CKERY WARE, TINi WARE. Mechanics' Tools. Id fact everything in bis line is kept on hand to be disposed of at a small profit. E&^Call and see - EA8T LOUISIANA STREET, - - McKiNNEY. TEXAS. P.EMERSON, T. T. EMERSON, T. H. EMERSON, President. Vice-President. Cashier. '■ First National Bank OF M'KI!SNEY, TEXAS. CAPITAL and SURPLUS - - $125,000. Bays and sells exchange on the principal cities in E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 April 1893

.■5-St ' ' T '."W?TVW ' : V . PS ..« •. • ■■" & RODERICK'S FASHIONABLE CLOTHING PALACE YOU WILL FIN© HATS. La test Styles in Straw Hats, Latest Shapes in Felts, Spring Silk Pings, Cowboy, Broad Brim, Great Western and- Celebrated Elk Hat. !3 s 53 CLOTHING. Long Sacque Cheviots, Long Sacqne Worsteds, Soft Role Scotch, Soft Role English, P. A. Cassimeres, P. A. Professional Worsteds, 3 I ^ Boys' Two and Three piece goods, after the most approved styles. SHOES. Hanan's (Specialty) in Patent Leathers, French Rid and Kangaroos. Crossett's Fine Kangaroo and Russets. Nelson's English Walking- fast and Bloochers Williams & Meg lands. Best Makes. ---Manhattan Every Day's, as well as SHIRTS AND TIES TO MATCH. FINEST ASSORTMENT OF UNDERWEAR EVER SEEN IN ^-EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THE NEW BIFURCATED SUSPENDERS., Negligees McKINNEY fe3K3l m THE DEMOCRAT, EDITKD AND PUBLISHED Sy F.C* Tlospm Six Months, ** CLERKS AND DEPOT ATTORNEYS FOR I'OXORESSXES. The News condemned the vote by which congre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 April 1893

"-t 1 - ■**'• - ■ *« $£. - %' A**1" V3 ..*■?■£, - s Wil* U' Onlral iallvay V«tk, Ho. IS ArItn Ml i. ■. I<fc59 a. m* 8:13 p. B. 8:14 ft. m. 4:49 p.m. MB p. m. «• 3 1 S " 4 " 14 Uae •% 44 10:40 ft. ftft 6;30 p. n City Election, Tuesday, April 4, 1803. Any one gentleman, or more, who thinks any inj notice has been done him, or they, through the columns of the The Dexoceat, the leading paper of Collin county, can hare free use of our columns for a defense. We believe in full and fair discussion of all questions. Honest man are mt afraid to walk in the sunlight of knowledge, across the blooming fields of investiga tkn Elder J. J. Lockbart, who is well and favor at If known in this city. Iris tendered his re- signation as pastor of the Christian clinch at Greenville, and has gone to Chattanoogs, Tenn., to reside.—Green til le Times. There !§ more Catarrh in this aeettlon c the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 April 1893

D . OU EXPECT TV BECOME V, MOTHER ? " Mothers' \ Frieno" W* nHfln ■" Nature, •• My wife wtth her oti together with her hurt, after having four bottles of MOTHBB'8 WXXD," M7> a customer. U&MPU*uM Pu t, Druggist, Csrnri. I1L tie. :iptol pries. $IJS V* bot- others,rmailed free. BRADF1CLD RCQULATOfi CO.. Know jl. CHIKCH DIRECTORY. CCXBF.RI.AKl> 1TOC8BYTKR1A5. Service* every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:W p. m. Rev. J H Wofford, oaator. Sabbath aohool every Sabbaih zt r*:J0 a. ai. iapwlntend- cat. rRKSKYTERlAX. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. iu. and 7:30 p. m.t He v. G. A. llua- sell pastor. Sabbath school every Sab- bath at 9:30 a. n. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:30. METHODIST. Set vices ever> Sabnath at 11 o'clock a. nt. and 7:15 p. m.. Iter. Hadgerpas- tor. Sabbath school every Sabbath at fc;4o a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed- nesday night at 7 :S0. CHiinux. • Preaching every Sabbath morning at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Elder pastor. Sunday school ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 April 1893

pr £- • - * • - - ; * i gggg I • UMCBtBB DEMOCRAT. mm iTOiDIa CniIj rEXAS LEGISLATURE. PROCEEDINGS Of THE TWENTY- THIRD SESSION. iMUMlMlmtr NcOaaglitf nr«t «• ib« lipmtui •ml CkMgw NU« la lk« •ItNi BUI ky tlM It has Kqul for (he money. L. PHILLIP30N, Dallas, Tex., Sole Proprietor. Tin noun. ArsnN, April 17.—The bourn cnrred ia the wut« Cameron county road bill. Mr. Smith of Hiil honee the articlee of •gainst Commieeiner which Meapicd an how tad a half to i moved to adopt thai Ittee, aad that the a XXOW IS YOUR LAND TITLE -? If yon do not know tee the Collin C'onnty Abitract Company managed by Byrno A Henson. They devote all their time to the abetraet buaineee, and hare the moat elaborate and complete Abstract Books la Collin county. LOAN DEPARTMENT. IF YOU WANT MONET On the lustnllment plan; they can furnteh it at tbe It west rat? of interest and for any length of time. LUTO DEPARTMENT. IF YOU WANT TO Bl'Y OR BELL Collin eoaaty lands call on Byrne A Benson. Thay mn*e a apecialty of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 April 1893

•• ' J-. II •%*-; ms- JbV k' it"". t- FASHIONABLE CLOTHING PALACE YOU WILL FIND r&._, : ■ > ' Jj HATS. Latest Styles in Straw Hats, Latest Shapes in Felts, Spring Silk Plugs, oo Cowboy, Broad Brim, Great Western and Celebrated Elk Hat. CLOTHING. Long Sacque CLeviots, Long Sacque Worsteds, Soft Role Scotch, Soft Role English, P. A. Cassimeres, P. A. Professional Worsteds, Boys' Two and Three piece goods, after the most approved styles. c/9 SHOES- Hanan's (Specialty) in Patent Leathers, French Kid and Kangaroos. Crossett's Fine Kangaroo and Russets. Nelson's English Walking- fast and Bloochera Williams & Kneelands, Best Makes. * • SHIRTS—Manhattan Every Day's, as well as Negligees. SHIRTS AND TIES TO MATCH. 1STNEST ASSORTMENT OF UNDERWEAR EVER SEEN IN McKINNEY. IS 4 .** J5f"EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THE NEW BIFURCATED SUSPENDERS. t . THE DEMOCRAT. EDITED AND PUBLISHED By F. C< Thompson. - O.ve by one the petals fall. 1 The local editor is a very McQanghev takes a tumble and g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 April 1893

- ^g|PP t. - -v> - ,;• ; •• • - y and Trias Osatral Railway (Mil Eortfc, No. 13 Arrives Ml a. m. - *• S 10c5 a. m- «• u 4 1 4 8:15 p. ns. • Sooth " 1 8:14 a.m. • 4 4 M 4^9 p.m. •• « " 14 * 9:28 p.m. lift line Railroad. ,.*«............... . a• a i.................... p> a LOCAL HEWS. lln. Tom Recer is very sick, her to fall. A good portion of the cotton had to be replanted, owing to cold weather and heavy rains. the next census of Collin county will disclose a startling increase of population. m 0 *m ■ ■ Thk Democrat is recieved with delight by subscribers in every nook and corner of our county. m m -m A young lady, living with F. M. Thompson, fell near the Kentucky house yesterday and was seriously hurt. A bad place in the sidewalk caused Mrs. Thomas Dies, is on the sick list. Jordon Stranghan, was in the city this week. ■ ' ■ m m m Mrs I. D. Newsome remains dangerously sick. H. C. Mack was in Dallas week on business. Dave Brinlee, who lived north east of McKinney was running...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 April 1893

WfK ^: 1EN3TRUATION v ha woman of oil in due lime comfort; but when she ■ crisis MONTHLY with a tionand feeble health I both her physical and BRADFIELD'S -e FEMALE e- REGULATOR ; if taken a few days before the monthly sickness sets in and continued untn nature performs her functions, has no equal as a SPECIFIC for Painful, Pro- fuse, Scanty, Suppressed and IiihiSm MENSTRUATION HMIyell CHURCH DIRECTORY. CrMBSRLlXD Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. J H Wofford, psstor. Sabbath school every Sabbai h at 9:90 a. m. snperlnteiid- ent. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. Rev. O. A. Rus- sell pastor. Sabbath school every Sab- bath at 9:30 a. on. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:30. MKTHODIST. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:15 p. m.. Rev. Fladrerpas- tor. Sabbath school every Sabbath at 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed- nesday night at 7:30. chklstiuf. Preaching every Sabbath morning at 11 a. m. ana 7:30 p. m. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 May 1893

VOL. 9 M'KINTSTEY, TEXAS, SDAY. MAY 4. 1893. NO 43 THE NEW STYLE Wind, Death and De- struction. pill «nf Pr. invention and ic full of tmrmvonionts. They arc used by everyone THE OKLAHOMA CYCLONE. It has no Eqnal for the inouey. L. PHILLtPSON, Dallas, Tex., j Sole Proprietor. —High liters. had liver*, thoae Wboae liven are aluugixh— all find relief in Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet* To nrotx WITH, Ux*3* " relicts" are the «mall">t, ard easiest to take. They're tiny, autjar-crtated, anti-bilious granule'1 that ury chil<l tak«~> readily. RrcrtNDLT.—They're perfectly ea> y in their action—no griping, no disturbance. Tiiirtily.—Their effect is lotting. Foi rthlt.—Put up in glass—always fresh. PirTHLY.—They 're the cheapest, for they're (Tun rant red to give satisfaction, or your money is returned. Ton pay oaly for the good you get. Lastly.—They nhmfvMy cure Constipa- tion, Indigestion, Bilious * Ui—*n. Sick or Bilious Readstim, and all Of the liver, stomach and bowels. - WE TEL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 May 1893

;*v*=7 #- w- 9 AT: HARPER 8c RODERICK' FASHIONABLE CLOTHING PALACE.: YOU WILL FIND HATS. • Latest Styles in Straw Hate, Latest Shapes in Felts, Spring Silk Pings, Cowboy, Broad Brim, Great Western and Celebrated Elk Hat. CLOTHING. Long Sacque Clteviots, Long Sacque Worsteds, Soft Role Scotch, Soft Role English, P. A. Cassimeres, P. A. Professional Worsteds, Boys' Two and Three piece goods, after the most approved styles. SHOES- Eanan's (Specialty) in Patent Leathers, French Kid and Kangaroos. Crossett's Fine Kangaroo and Russets. Nelson's English Walking- fast and Bloochers Williams & Kneelands, Best Makes. —Manhattan Every Day's, as well as Negligees SHIRTS AND TIES TO MATCH. FINEST ASSORTMENT OF UNDERWEAR EVER SEEN IN McKENNEY. tSTEXCLUSIVE AGESfWk . ui«ns .HEW BIFURCATED SUSPENDERS.^! THE DEMOCRAT. EDITED AND PUBLISHED Bj F. C- Thompson. The Democrat will have a reporter at the World's Fair the greater portion of the time. —— To Dallas: Prepare your refreshments, McKinney is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 May 1893

-w • • • . * 3-/SSB9lf —- % mi tram Csatral Railway * M ArrivM S«tk, No. 13 ArriTM 5:31 a. m. •• u I " 10:59 a. m- *• " 1 M 8:15 p. m. Booth " 3 *• 8:14 a. m. •* u 4 « 4:49 p.m. « 44 14 u 9:28 p.m. lut Lftae Railroad. ................... 10.40 a• do >.................. C.30 p. zd I sum IKE! LOCAL Prof. C. P Trotter was in the city last Monday. W, H. Waterman has been sick for several days. Smith Bros, are having their store house re papered. Clear the track for the by- cycler. He needs room. W. P. Simla made a business trip to Dallas last Tuesday. Mr. T. C. Perry made a busi- ness trip to Dallas yesterday. Prof. J. H. llill, of Celina, was in the city last Saturday. The street sprinkler has been doing good service in McKin- ney. Fishing parties are very nu- merous. Fish not quite so nu- merous. Quite a large crowd from Mc- Kinney attended the hanging of the two negroes Massey and Burk at Boo ham last Friday. — • — Burl Franklin a negro charg with assault to murder A. E. Lawrence ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 May 1893

m i • 'sv^:r, • - Hi- - mmm • i What is * rrii'i - * M JTORiA Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pttcber1! prescription for Infimto and Cbildren. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, I>rops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years* use by Millions of Mothers. Castorla is the Children's Panacea —4 he Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Cwtorltisiw well :idaptod lnfhiklfPitk t 1 raci immend It k> snijiitior to an jr pMcrijitii >n known to ire." II. A. Abthm, M. Dm Ill Oxford St.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Castoria. Cantoris cams Colic, <' astipation, S«mr Stomach. Wnrrhcra. BnMaQoo, Kills Worms, gives sleep, anl promoter di- gestion. Without injurious medication. "Theuse of 'Castoria* Li .*o uniwool and j its meriteeo well ki*j<t\n that it seems a w.«rk "Far H'vi-nl y.-ars I have recommended of mwwngatiOB t endorse it. Few are the your ' i 'Tint iria ' and Khali rJways consume to intelliren...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 May 1893

£ i. IUBICRIBE -FOB the democrat. m Iwilln ptper of Coilla County VOL. 9 cntkim at time i AS SECOND CLASS MAIL ■ATTtR- M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 11. *1803. "HE'S ALL T." GOODS AT Popular Prices! VOTE ON THE M'GAUUHEY IMPEACHMENT AR- TICLES. ing an additional appropria- tion for the per diem pay of members and passe 1 il. The bill appropriates $20,000. The senate passed the house bill appropriating $10,000 for Fair Open on Sands jr. Chicago, 111., May 5.—Jack- ion park will be open next Sunday, and the payment of 50 oents will entitle any member austin, Tex., Ma> 5.—Col Baker in the morning will turn over the keys of the land office to Col. McGaughey. It is un- derstood that several resigna , tions of clerkships will be re- We are making Slaughtering Prices on our entire line of j quired, if not voluntarily offer- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS and mean to posh our ed> c!erke in lhe offic« who regardless of cost, and will give you MORE GOODS AND have gone back on the chief. At on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 May 1893

• ' m - te >-r * / wmm — -«. *« We will Sell our Entire Stock of Spring* Clothing at Greatly Reduced Prices. « M * " $18 Suits, Men's, at j 16 Suits, Men's, at j 12 Suits, Men's, at | 10 Suits, Men's, at 8 Suits, Men's, at $12.00 to 13.60 9.75 to 11.00 7.00 to 9.00 6.00 to 7.00 4.00 to 5.00 $7.SO Suits, Boys' at G.OO Suits, Boys' at 5.00 Suite, Boys' at 4.00 Suits, Boys' at 3.00 Suits, Boys' at 2.00 Suits, Boys' at 1.50 Suits, Boys' at $S.OO 4.00! 3.50j 3.00 2.00 1.25 .95' We also have an elegant line of Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, Straw Hats and Shoes. GOOD VALUES. Popular Prices. West Side Sqnare HARPER & RODERICK. McKinney, Texas, THE DEMOCRAT. KDITKO AND PUBLISHED B| F. C- Thompson. THURSDAY. MAY 11,1893. Subscription Katbb: One Tear* Biff tat Months, l.OO Six Months, 76, Three •• ^ Our Advertising Bates. One column 1 year $150.00 Ha If column 1 year 80.00 2-inch single column 12.00 Local notices, 7 cents per line foi each insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 May 1893

■ • ■ •.." • ' - 1a«& -v* -s "* fc.r" v =i WE HAVE GOODS! YOU HAVE TIE MONEY ? We must make the prices such as to induce you to trade with us, else the question will never be revers- ed—Hence it is a necessity for us to make the lowest possible prices. The Cotton Goods' Market is weakening: on account of the fall in the prices of cotton, and we are always ready to take the lead in Lowering the Prices and thereby protect the interest of our customers Mrs. R. L. Parker , who has I Rev. William Phillips of Corinth, Tex., gave as a call this week and informed us that he cannot do without the lead ing paper of Collin county— The Democrat. been qnite sick for some time is improvirg. Dr. T. C. Kffdv will be here Thursday aud Friday the 25th and 26th inst. Read the list ot a lew of the "many great bargains we are offering: 80 yards nice Printed Chalfies for $1.00 30 yards Figured Lawn for 1.00 '90 yards 4-4 Bleached Domestic for 1,00 90 yarda good Sea Island Domestic for 1.00 96 yarda d...

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