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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

>t * ••• And Morris •••• THE DIAMOND Came Back Is Next Door to J. P Dowell's Hardware I Store, McKinney. has been in Chicago for six months, fighting the Trusts, beating them down from their high prices, so he can give the people of McKinney and Collin county goods that's reasonable and worth the money. He now has more "clothing and cheap- er clothing" than you can haul off if you'll try twice Don't pay great big prices, but goto the 'LITTLE DIAMOND'' and get an extra full one hundred cents worth ever time you turn one of Uncle Sam's feather- ed wheels loose. Dragging Down Pains art a symptom of me moserious trouble which can attack a woman, viz: falling of the womb. With this, generally, comes irregular and painful periods, weakening drains, backache, headache, nervousness, dizziness, Ir- ritability, tired feeling, etc. The cure Is WINE OF Csrdui The Female Regulator that wonderful, curative, vegetableex- tract, which exerts such a marvelous, strengthening influence, on all fema...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

■■■■■■ North ♦ In ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ DAVIS, Attorney at Uw ♦ inney; borth side; Notary ♦ otflce. ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦<•♦♦♦♦♦« ♦ O. K. ABERNATHY, Fire In- ♦ <# mruc« Agents office west tide. ♦ ♦ Only the oldest and boat com- <r ♦.panlee represented. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ IAMBS LEWIS, Veterinary ♦ ♦ Surgeon; prompt attention; of- ♦ ♦ floe phone 339; North Ken- ♦ ♦ tacky street. McKinney, Texas. 4 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦❖♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ H. A. „BERNATHY, Lawyer ♦ ♦ Collin County Abstract Co; ♦ ♦ Land titles abstracted and per- ♦ ♦ fected. Money to loan at low <9> ♦ rate of interest. ❖ ♦ ♦♦«► <0 •*•❖«►❖❖❖•><•<•<• ❖ ♦ ❖ ♦ R. E. CHAMBERS, Fire Insur- •> ♦ am*** Agent; represents nothing •> ♦ but the best companies; at ❖ <• Star Bakery; puoue 84; Mc- •> <> Kinney, Texas. •> ♦ •> •> •> <• ■> <• •> <• Hi] Kin.. ILLS rshR ' t. Alaiyi 'to. S' Id fcy I>c KfUlt< DONT THROW AWAY A CHANCE to improre the appearanoe and incident...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

..X'il' : if % 4:. *• ■ ' -v *' ■ + { ,4 i m I ft ii it AT THE FAIR MENS HOSL On Sale 1 large lot men's black, t a n and grey hose, TjC val- ues as long « thev last dC DRESS CALICO On Sale 1(KK) yds of good Calif-o on pale at y i s CO HON CHECK On S^le l l i«j lot cotton checks Jill go ill this sale a 1 at 4-2C 20c Silk RIBBON On Sale All colors Ribbon 'A to 5 111 chen wide good 20c value on r ioc 10c LACLS at Rousing frices \\ 1 assortment V. l and Torshon Lmci* worth up to 10c ull go _ at f)c 0 C< * • o # w €> H 1: # # * A TRUNK WITH Ever* Purchase We hp* showing a beautiful line of Trucks to all .ur Customers making a purchase of $10.00 and up we will giv^ you a trunk at actually first coht During this Great Sale LADIES HOSE On Sale 1 big l«>t Ladies' black Hose v\i!l be sold tiiis at 5C # Q 9 Clash TOWELING On Sale 10 bolls crash tow- eling to be sold during our ^reat Housing a Sale at nrC Tcasie Down Outing on Sale Eight bolts heavy fleece Tea*ledown regular 15c kind 0...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

* sraiiiF - ■•> ':$ I' *"."%■ .$$: $10,000 ~ ~ w " w ^wnw' w w w V w w w w w w w ^ Worth of'New Fall Goods to be Closed Out During the Next few t Days of Our Great Fall Introductory Sale. We are overstocked and must unload. High priced credit stores will be surprised at the prices we make ONE PRICE CASH ONLY S. Knight NEW 600DS FOR LESS MONEY -2 • V *'V-J J A k>- ■•£ in / J~JL r Hoi StimfGi JUi * m Sale Will Continue to Saturday Night, Oct 20th A GREAT SAVING Opportunity X f f iX\:/ if" ?■ • '1y tyeBesfl K<m m >! • afeSi krJ. -jsbait+i *r * - & Season Our Reasons Why Owing to the short cotton crop, continued rain and backward season, we find we have $10,000 worth more goods on band than we should at this time of the season. Consequently, we must re- duce our stock by Oct. 20th. $10,000 worth of new clothing, new dress goods, new shoes. Millinery etc., must be sold just as advertised. In many instances without enough profit to coverj cost and carriage. Our Stock This ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

B1Q Sales and Pleased Customers and we have decided to continue this sale to Saturday Nipt, Oct 20th. NEW GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, and many bargains we havent space to mention here. Bring this PRICE LIST with you, and BUY YOUR FALL BILL, You will save enough on a small bill to pay you for coming many miles to this SALE It is an old Adage that KNIGHT Sells goods cheaper than any store in Collin county W. S. KNIGHT, The Great Low Price CASH STORE McKinney Stock Brat) Now (toods $40,000 KNIGHTS Calico Apron Checks Bran New Cotton Flannel Browndomestic Eureka Carpet Warp 1000 yards calico on sale Introductory Sale Price Apron cheek ginghams the kind some stores oiler at 7c our special price Stock Ladies Misses and Children's Union Suits Cotton flannel that sel's elsewhere at 0 1-lc intro- ductory sale price. Knight* 2000 yds good brown do- mestic in .') to 25 yd pieces while it lasts this sale The lu'st brand spool warp. Knight's intro- ductory price only 3c yard 4 l-2c yard Just Recei...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

m 3 5f • ^ if, V"4i*7 Af ■ ■ <JBP Degwcrat-Gazette. Levary Thursday. f. FBRKIKS, WAI/TBR B. WILSON, To Satoertbeni: —Tbe <UO« prtntod opposite ^on the margin of the P*P*r or or -h« idiostM th« mum to wblca your •ub- i 1 p*sd All nultworlPUoM npli* on ■i of tM month Any ub ortb«r do. ra- ' t*« p p«r regularly WlU plMM noUfy U . Wa da not ho4 raoalpti for money paid on I «frf>.>u.nnmi hot oi "dlt imw on *Up sHiohod 'WW. ir credit la not ehown on allp In tan lintroB data of ramlttanne, notify thin office Subscription Rates, copy on© yror 91.00 Entered &b aecond-clasB mail matier. McKinney, Tautf, October 11, lOOfl. Jupiter Pluvlus hu« redeemed himKclf in glorious fashion. This sort of weather inakeH it mighty hard to resist "The call of tfca wild." The circus has come and gone, bat there will be acrobatic perform- ances by the small boys of McKinney for weeks to come. Some very pertinent observations are mad© by the ltoyse City Star, and what it sa>B applies with equ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦#♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ #+##+#+#+####d i &* or That is by actual count all the fall goods we carried over; seven overcoats and eleven suits from last fall's stock of clothing. Therefore we are showing the most up-to-date and most depend- able stock of Fall Clothing ever shown in McKinney. We are vet voung in business and have not any old stock to show you. If you want to be well dressed with the latest fashions of the season's Kuppenheimer Clothing t ipvriuht IW. of Kuoin iituiiai i The House of Kuppenheimer Suits From $5.00 to $25-00 ^ * well fills that want. You can find here anything in color or black. We have added to stock one of the best lines of boys' two-piece line of Clothing in the country; therefore we can fit you out from son to father. Our furnishing goods department was never so replete with all the latest creations of the season. See our line of Hats,Fancy Vests, Shirts, Gloves, Hosiery, and you will not regret it. DICK ALLEN The Home of Good Clothing McKin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

le Democrat-Gazette. Published Levery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WAJLTKR B. WILHON, PnblUhera Mid Proprietors. j I Bi i; I s t If If Tu Babaolibera: —The dale printed opposite me on the margin of the paper or on the • Indicates the time to whlcn your Mib- o la paid. All auUecrlptlooa e*plf* on -i of the month Any auWriber nci re- [ the pa par regularly will pleaae notify ua. W«4o not aand reoelpu for money paid on aabaorluilunn, bat ci "dlt aame on slip a^taohed m« paper, if oredll Is not shown on slip In ten 4ays froin data of ravlttuoe, notify this oflloe Subscription Rati*, copy one year 91.00 ■ntered as second-class mall matter. McKinney, Texan, October 11, ItKMt. The Bailey-Crane debate at Hous- ton Saturday night was a great af- fair— many thousands of people be- ing present. They talked for two hours each. Both sides claim first blood. Let 'er go at that. Good roads nvaans good buslner the year 'round for our buslnes men, and our farmers, too, cat come to town every day in J h...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

BUCGIES And in order to move same are offering special inducements for the next thirty, days, by giving a reduction tf 20 per cent on same. W« a'so have a large .stock of' Id h 11 <• and can make you the right priets and terms on them. Also the celebrate 1 Superior Drills. We have the goods and they are of the good kind. Come and tiade with us. You will never regret it, if you* buy your implements of us. Collin County mplement and Vehicle It. E. CARPENTER, Manager, McKinney, Texas. j.VFKllVltilAN TRIPS. €wr llrtwiH-n DiiIIhs and Fort Worth Every Half Hour. f During the meeting of the Texan State Pair at Dallas, commencing October 13th and closing October 28th, the Northern Texas Traction Company will operate cars beiween Fort Worth and Dallas every thirty minutes, the firBt car leaving both cities at G:00 a. m. and the last car from Fort Worth at 11 p. m. and from Dallas, 12:30 o'clock midnight. The rate will be $1 for the round trip, tickets limited to date of sale; or $1.25 unl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

' ■ >. « , "iv imi; ■n, i 4rn O Days Sale ..AT.. DRY COODS CO flcKinney, Tex. ff: «nk A 'VP GRAND FALL OPENING SALE! 30 Days Sale ..OF.. Matchless Price- Making Stiff Dry Goods J** W w McKinney # 4 -\f> Jfc Company 38. McKinney X \1/ f£ Sb The Entire House One Big Bargain Counter. Opens Oct. 1st, Continues 30 Days. When i\ir"d( ors nre thrown open Monday morning, Oct. I, it will be the Digital for the beginning, of tin- greatest money-saving sale ever inaugurated in this section of the countr*. As we have overstocked ourselves making prej aration for a Big Fall trade, and owing to the drop in cotton condition?, we have decided to give the people of Collin Countv a Mnnpv-fiaviniy gale whit 1* °Pen Oct. 1st, and continue 30days. Below we quote you a few of the thousand bargains. Men's Shirts 200 mens' white stiff bosom shirts, regular value i.oo and 2.00 49c 50 doz colored stiff shirts, best value 49C Assorted colors Negligee shirts, regular value 75c 49c Our lion brand shirts, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

fj eII Every department in the house is brim full of bran new seasonable up-to-date merchandise- Bear in mind we buy for 12 big stores, pay spot cash, and get the very best values that money and experience can obtain. We want to increase our business and to benefit our customers at the same time. Make this your stopping place and your trading place with the positive assurance that Cheeves Bros. & Co. will not be under- sold. t JScncb CailorcD Clothes We have 138 men's odd lot suits, worth from $8.50 to $17.50, we are going to sacrifice at the following price : $4-75 6.oo 7.00 9.00 16.50 and 17.50 suits for 9*5^ We have a full line of boys two-piece suits from $1.50 to $5.00 suit 30 youths 3-piece suits,a splendid value at §7.50 to close out at $5 An umisual large lot of men's odd pants to sell from §1.50 to $5.00 We have the strongest line of boys knee pants in town at 50c A full line of men's Overcoats to sell from §6.50 to $20.00 $ 8.50 Suits for 10.00 Suits for 12.50 Suits fo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 11 October 1906

•" , ; v ■ r. ■ '.-V '* i '• im >. *>*■ Complexion MTCNMVa Nadinola hm unequaled BEAUTIPICR, ra- iormd by tkouMad* fuarutoad to remove frcckUa, fimplit, all jifffflortttfiff J rtittri tk WiHtjr of youth, fa twwijr day*. 30c. aai rt AldUaf dru4 Him, or by mail. Hid IUTMIUL TOUT CO. takTM FOR MLB BT SMITH BRCa. HANGED; LATER CUT DOWN. leoat la Civil War Toll* of Henw- Uona Kxpertanoed. "You asked me to tall you how It tools to te hanged," aaid J. T. Mann •f Fitzgerald, Oa., a famous Confed- erate aoout during the Civil War. "1 spent four uilnutee of my.car- Mr at the end of a hangman'a rope near Penaacola during the Civil War. A sergeant ordered me cut down, aa he believed the wrong man was be- lag executed. "With an expired furlough and n military order from the Confederales offering a reward of $50 for my ap- prehension as a deserter, I had pre- aented myself at a Federal camp near Fort Barrancas and waa wel- eomly received. I made the ac- quaintance of a genial sergeant of Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

r THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE 91.00 PER VEAK. McKINXKV, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THt'ltSDAY, (KTOIIEK 1H, lOtMI. VOL. 83, NO. 37. GENTRY BROS. FAMOUS SHOWS BIO FAILURE I MARRIED HERE i AGED MAN WILL EXHI1HT IN McKlNNEY SATURDAY, OiTT. 187. MANY NEW FEATURES The IVtK ami IN>lijr Hliow That l>e- lights t li«* Children and I'lew- ea All. / The Gentry Brothers' Famous Shows with Its hundreds of perform- ing animals, as well as clever human performers, will give two perform- ances In McKinney on Snturday, Oct. 27 at 2 and 8 p. m. The Gentry Brothers' shows have been welcome visitors to McKinney In the past, and they enjoy the rep- utation of giving the finest trained animal shows ever seen here, or any where else for that matter. The shows are more than double their former size, and when they visit Mc- Kinney Mils year It will be with the most wonderful group of trained an- imals ever seen under a tent, and a number of the very best circus acts that money could procure. The famous Flying Lor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

w>. Doses $1 only of Hood's Sarsapsrilla, the great blood purifier and general b. This racnarkabie medicine baa tied many radical and permanent * that am the wonder of the world. It •radicate* all humors from pi nip lea scrofula. 100 Doses $1 In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as Saraataba. 100 doaea $1. The Democrat-Gazette. Published Levery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, Ml tors, Publishers and Proprietors. Ts Subscribers: —The date printed opposite year name on tha margin of the paper or on tbe wrapper lndi<"it -« tbe time to whlcn your «ub- sartpuon la paid. All aubacrtpttona expire on th* Brat of tho month. Any suMcrlber net re- grtiSii the paper regularly will pleaae notify ua. who has for the last ten years mar-, keted the first bale of cotton in the 1 county, may not be "educated" from | the view point of Ogdenlsm, which Ib j guiding Booker Washington. He may know nothing about cube roots , or conic sections, he may be a slm- j pllfied spe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

■Willi! . CIRCUS DAY IN MCKINNEY v% IIIG KHOW ARRIVES ON H( HED- ULE TIME. SPLENDID PAKADE GIVEN •One of tin' (Jruali'iil Ever Rwa Here —Thousands Attend After- noon IVrfuniuuiwi T* Umm Frackln • Mapl« pjadlnola ▲ MW dlMOMfTi Mid ondor iKMitiva guar- ftalM ftDd aaon«r r - tvodad In *Ttrr c %f (bin It falls to fraoklWi plniplM, llver- •pou, inn-ifto. Mllo*- uu, eullai dlMxjIura- tloiin, blmokkMd* mud all eruptions of ill* Hkui, no uialiur of hew Ions Mtmllni, Cur ordinary CftKPO Ift 10 teTttftud ll>« worni In 10 dur*. After th«M detect* art removed the tkin will l>« clear, toft, hoelthr ftud beautiful. No pu lble harm nan raaull from Ita ate. W oauta and I1.0T ft* lending dru« atortM or bjr mall. WATIONA1 TOItXT COMPANY. Pnrln. t«n« FOR SALE BY 8MIT1I BlIGa. FIGHT FOll AN ESTATE. Nipimwm] to l e Poor Shoemaker Left Small Fortune. Oklahoma City, Ok., Oct. 9.—The betting of October 20 as the I line 'Circus day in McKinney arrived fur the distribution of the estate of i schedule t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

- m Democrat-Gazette. FnUished Dsvery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, tndto«t<*« the time to wblcn you^jw^ .tfet-tf ■x5?ssau"ft7 lb* paper wguUrty wUl plewte notify u*. Hi • ;v'V w jbXJS.ru saw*-"®; as WK Subscription IUUjs. copy one year •1.00 lie red ss (tcond-clte* mail matter. MelOaiif)', Texiui. October IH, 1906. JIM - ' ' ~ AN UNIVERSAL TRUTH. One may disagree with tbe phil- osophy of the old Persian poet, Onsr. Khayyan, who in hla Rubai- yst, preaches the doctrine that hap- piness Is to be found alone in the enjoyment of the present, but ut times, he rises to such heights and strikes such a chord, that the reader feels instinctively that a great pri- mary, universal truth has been touched. Such Is the case when one reads in one of his famous quatrains the cloning line in which he says: "I myself am heaven and hell." The meaning of the line is perfectly clear; one does not require the help of notes and commentaries In order to make out the meaning of the au- tho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

?jf' ji < II III A / h |l- >f th I*. of u> iran ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. LA VON. Oct. 15,—Mr*. Blht'l V.'eatherall and MIhh Mlna Watklns were shop- ping In Nevada Saturday. Mrs. J. T. Holllugsworth left the latter part of last week for an ex- tended vialt to her parents in Kauf- man county. Grady Boyd of Wylte was here Saturday. Mayor Huff i« spending several days In Dallas county with Oeorge Weatherall. Mrs. Bill Toilett and daughters. Misses Gona and Grace, and Misses Ollle and Pearle Keeper went to Rockwall Saturday. We are glad to aay Rube Adann. who has been sick for several days is able to be up again. "Auntie" Williamson made a fly- ing trip to Nevada Futurday. J. Will Harding went to Culleoka one day last week. Mrs. Dr. Freeman and little daughter, Mary Brown, Mtb. Henry Parker and Henry Thomson, are on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. hem Williams visit- ed the latter's parents ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

at-Gazette. UcTerr Tbtindif. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, tod Proprietor* _Tb« cUle printed oppo ll« t£> pTpSrre««il rty pt — notify u« MBdivMlpta (or money paid pi n, bat ortdlt on llp •♦teohfi or edit to not bown on llp tate of rowlttenoe, notify thf offlo Subscription Rates, copy one year $1.00 itered as second-c lass mall matter |^^^^B8WW!WM88E!HB855H555B8HB5H9E^^CT^^^5; McKinney, Texas, October IH, 11MHI. Bad weather can't keep up al- ways. These be strenuous days for the octopl. Are you going to the Dallas fair? Its well worth seeing. The tide of travel Is aow flowlm ward Dallas and her nlt; fair Oh, its great to live In grand old Texas, where there's always some- thing doing. Attorney General Davidson ought to be able to get some good point? s from Col. Dill Sterol t. on how to catch the octopus. The political campaign in Collin county opens next Monday night at Allen. Lets hear the issues, whatev- er they are, fully discussed, gentle- men. CITY cor NCI I, MEKTS. Regular Ses...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

ON CHASE Of THE OCTOPUS ATTOIWKY OGNKiilL TKLL8 OIW f JHCT OF Tini*. SAYS BAILEY NOT NEEDED Declares Tluit Stale Hum Sufficient Evidence Against Standard to Prove Freud. i Washington, Oct. 17.—Attorney Guuerul Davidson of Texaa, who haH been here several duys looking after a cuse in the Supreme Court, went to New York yesterday afternoon. On motion of Mr, Davidson today, Jewell Light foot, Assistant Attorney General, was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court. Mr. Light- foot accompanied Mr. Davldsou to New York. ^ The object of the trip of Attor- ney General Davidson and Mr. Llght- fobt to New York is to obtain evi- dence against the Waters-Pierce Oil Company, showing that it is a sub- , Hlt'lury company of the Standard Oil Company. Mr. Davidson discussing the WaterB-Pierce case, the present prosecution being to compel the company to quit Texas, outlined the ejection of the Stpndard frotn Tex t* under th'i rigid ami-trust statute of that state, which wa;> Anally declar- ed co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

■fflir1' •;.« w. HRR,^ ' v " . '[■[ 1>-Vt ' ''4|< ,v-;:■■■"' . % * Tjj ' •vjf 30 Days Sale ..AT.. DRY GOODS GO ricRinney, Tex. GRAND OPEN NG mmmmm Matchless Making FALL Goods McKinney Company /• \ ?McKinneyJ r 7 The Entire House One Big Bargain Counter. Opens Oct 1st, Continues 30 Days. When lur'doora are thrown o]>cn Monday morning, Oct. 1, it will be the signal for the beginning of the greatest money-saving sale ever inaugurated in this section of the eountrt. As we have overstocked ourselves making preparation for a Big Fall trade, and owing to the drop in cotton condition?, we have decided to give the people of Uollin County a TWnnpV'gaving Sale which will open Oct. 1st, ami continue 30 days. Below we <puote you a few of the thousand bargains. mm ill?; !ai , •:* .1.M n? 1 ' , j |i{ ft" ' f ' vf.f /Vlen's Shirts 200 mens' white stiff bosom shirts, regular value i.oo and 2.00 49C 50 doz colored stiff shirts, best value 49c Assorted colors Negligee shirts, regular value...

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