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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

Hi THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZBTTK, THURSDAY, MAY H/ 1>11. to" BACKACHE HOT A DISEASE But a Symptom, a Danger Sig- nal Which Every Woman Should Heed. Backache is a symptom of organic ■weakness or derangement. If you have backache don't neglect it To get per- manent relief you must reach the root of the trouble. Read about Mrs. Wood- all's experience. Morton's Gap, Kentucky.—"I suffered two years with female disorders, my health was very bad and I had a continual backache which was simply awful. I could not stand on my feet long enough to cook a meal's victuals without my back nearly killing me, and I would have such dragging sensa- tions I could hardly bear it. I had sore- ness in each side, could not stand tight clothing, and was irregular. I was com- pletely mn down. On advice I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and am enjoying good health. It is now more than two years and I have not had an ache or pain since. I do all my own work, washing and everything, and never have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUR8DAY, MAT 1«, 1112. Tae Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom XV. Perkins, Walter It. Wilson. Editors, Publishers and Proprietors. Ureenberry Adams, Circulation ami Assistant Business Manager. Entered as second-class irtull matter. To Subscribers- -The 'lute pr'nted opposite your nuirie on Hie margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indi- cates the time to which your sub- acrtptlon la paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any aubaerlher not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. SUNDAY BASEBALL. (From the lJonhnm Newg.) It wkh thought by many that Bonham and McKlnney would bo two towns at which Sunday baseball would not be Introduced. The an- nouncement of a game for thin last Sunday at McKlnney brought Biich strong opposition from many of the best people there that It Ih very like- ly further dates for the Sunday game nt that place will ho cancell- ed!. In speaking of this the Dally Courier-Gazette nays: "T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 15. MOTHERS' DAY FOSTER'S WEATHER BULLETIN AND MAP OBSERVED Mothers' Day was most appropri- ately observed at the First Methodist church here Sunday afterndon at 3 o'clock with a special program, pre- pared by the Federation of Women's clubs of the city, and was thoroughly enjoyed by several hundted of our people. The program, as published In the Friday and Saturday Issues of the Courier-Gazette, was carried out almost In Its entirety, and proved ta be most Interesting and entertain- ing. Mayor J. L. Doggett was mas- ter of ceremonies, and performedi his duties well. The address of J. H. Sneed upon "The Mothers of the Bible," was very Instructive, and es- pecially wub the paper, by Mrs. F. C. Thompson, "A Tribute to the Fath- ers of our Country," very much ap- preciated by all. Tlve choir and the Methodist Glee Club, under the di- rection of Mrs. Geo. M. Wilson, ren- dered some choice selections, appro- priate to the occasion. LICENSE TO STEAL AND KILL. Such Were...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

THE FLOUR OK QUALITY THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 10, l lf. White Billows Fill the bread tray with WHITE BILLOWS biscuits and you will have a pyramid of purity and goodness. Prove it for yourself. It ! I Your Grocer Sells Manufactured by ii Collin County Mill & Elevator Co. McKinney, Texas. The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom IV. l'erklnS, Waller It. Wilson, Editors, I'lililis-;* and Proprietors. tircenlierry Adams, Circulation mill Assistant Itiislnoss .Manager. Entered as second-clasH mail matter. Mil To Subscribers—The date pr'nted opposite your name on tl.e ipargln of the paper or on the wrapper indi- cates tiie time to which your hiiIi- scrlptlon is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. A HBLP FOR GOOD ROADS. *. He following, which appeared as an editorial iiv the Houston Chroni- cle of Tuesday, should have the hearty endorsement of every news- paper, l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

f J ■ f , •it •ww THE WOTKLT DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTH, THURSDAY, MAY 1«, llll. r WONDERFUL] Demonstration OF THE WORLD FAMED WISS SHEARS, Scissors, Razors, Tinner Snips, Cutlery Gome to Our Store on Either of These Days, From Wednesday, May 15 to Tuesday, May 21 CROUCH HARTZOG CO. bft cottaof. * : '71- ' J. J. MILLER AND HIS SPLIT LOO DRAQ. The above picture of J. J. Miller and his six-mule team hitched to his split log drag was taken recently in McKinney. Mr. Miller is a big Me- lissa farmer. He made the split log drag one morning, hitched six mules to it and dragged the road from his farm to Melissa and return, then to McKinney and return, all in one day. The splendid effect of the drag on the road was commented upon by every one traveling over it. Mr. Miller's enterprise is to be all the more commended since It was voluntary road work, free of cost to the county or any one else except to Mr. Miller, who furnished the drag, mules to pull it and the services of himself and two hired hands ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

twfr;"**': ^ ,tm,.^ r 1 t.f1P I THE WBBKLT DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE. THUR80AT. MAY 1«, lilt. ===== —1-1- ■ ■ = & thumb Cloiha* Copyrighted, 1911, l/y Schwut Clothing Co SALE OPENS SATURDAY, MAY 18TH A Great Demi Demonstrating the force and power of prices, making a dollar worth two, doubling its value, have often said, that we are going to have the cash trade of the county. We are cutting price| after. If good goods and low prices will accomplish it, we are assured of the success of our To It is to your interest to buy here, especially during this great sale. It is the money saving event < etc. you ever had to select from. Clothing at about half price, Shoes at a'sacriflce, Furnishings "B Trousers below par. The entire store, including our big line of Hardware, Stoves, Harness, Qu< McKinney and we challenge comparison in quality, kind, style, workmanship, and all that purtairil of date of sale and its closing day. Positively you can not buy these goods at sale prices after tfl \\...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

«- THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY If, 1911. tration Sale SALE CLOSES SATUR- DAY NIGHT, MAY 25 the goods into cash; that's what we call a demonstration sale. We are determined, as we f \ 's your gain. We take the loss as it comes. That's our business, and that's what we are lan. Interest season because we are positively offering the cleanest and best assorted stock of Dry Goods, saving, Hats below the cost of manufacturing, Shirts at the price of the raw material, extra 'ye and Hardware Notions. This sale is unprecedented and unapproached by any ever given in first class dry goods store and the line of hardware we now have on hand. Take notice lie. We will be fully prepared to serve you promptly. tacaui* Clot k«i Copyrighted. 191L by Schwab Clothing O*. *>, ••', A nwV 7 ' " 1 i.*1 ' A /•*' • '' /i) iii < 'i * • ■ M ■ wAi *$§&}fj Jx$p (y 4 <•!/ .1 Wl. immings, Etc. Now, fresh, crisp goods that please and satisfy. Dainty colored und checks. The dressy summer ma...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

WANTED—Men, women and chil- dren to come In and see the pretty new spring styles in Shoes of quality lit prices you can afford to pay. J. A. WATERS, Exclusive Shoe Ktore. IO For Men Who Care There is only one way to ho sure of thoroughly satisfactory clothes. Have them cut to your individual measure and fitted to you in the making. When this is done hy a competent, tailor you are as well dressed ub a man can he. Vou have $ that little touch of individuali- ty that lends distinction to well-dressed men. Come here and get the benefit of our ex- perience as tailors, it costs nothing extra. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOIt. North Kentucky St. PERSONAL ^ PARAGRAPHS THURSDAY. FRIDAY. Constable Joe Uselton of Piano was hero today. Constable Wisdom of Farmers- vllle was here today. .Jesso Claycomb of the Trinity community was here today. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baxter of Al- toga were visitors lu McKiuney to- day. J. 13. Hitchcock of the Lone Elm community is reported to be quite sick. l'rof. and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

A Dl THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1011. A Nan and Two Horses Saved ' . Through Harvest By Attaching to Your Binder A Cushman 4 - H. P. Binder Engine This is a 4-cycle motor and not the hit and miss style. It runs smoothly and with just enough power for the load. It is automatically controlled and uses gasoline according to the load pulled. Speed governed by lever; simple anS light: Can be used for any purpose the year round. Place Your Order Now, $150.00 1 Plymouth Sisal Twine, Runs Long and Smooth Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, J. Lee Jackson, Manager fProfessional Dept. j T. H. BRYANT, Dentlat. over Mc- Kiniiey's grocery Btore. Phone 203, McKlnney. McKINNKY REALTY CO., Frank G. Dowell, Mgr. Office with The Daily Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKlnney, phono 6B. ARTHUR T. CHURCH, Fire, Torna- do and Livestock Innurance Agent. Only best companies represented. Morrow block. McKlnney, Texas. XV. M. SHIRLEY, Fire, Tornado and (■rowing Oops Insurance. Only best com...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

MM / THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY It. 1 1*. If* HEAR US MEN $15.00 Will Bay a Beatiful Suit Positively the Best Spring Suit Values Ever Offered In AIc- Kinney. Come in and See Them. We have a spe- cial offer in spring suits that should appeal to every man who wants his money's worth in clothes. We only ask you to come in and take a look at these suits. We have other good offerings for you in shirts, hose, hats, belts, collars, ties, un- derwear etc. Come to see us. Howell & Lucas THE STORE OF STYLE H ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< • ;1 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦• ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ • ♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ epiw Spring IS IIERK and we are here with the fresh vege- tables and all good things to eat. If It can he had you can get It at this store. Try us out. We sell the best Hour, Ferndell Coffee, Tea, Maple Syrup, Relishes, canned and bottled goods, Beech Nut Breakfast Bacon, etc. I* mm ' 1 m. KISTLKIt & BRISTOL. IS |i. i(jh" " ''^ ' : >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Letter From Chas. Mo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

COLLIN COUNTY NEWS cFROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS MT. P1SGAH. The Socialist Local meets every Thursday night at this place. W. S. Cox and family attended church at Nevada last Sunday. W. A. Me Bee and daughter visit- ed at the^home of J. S. Jones last Sunday. Sara Ripley and sister, MIsb Mur- iel, visited in this community last Sunday. Miss Ina Lee Hughes filled her regular appointment at this place last Sunday. Harry Craft of Copeville was a pleasant visitor at the home of Tom Byars last Sunday. Rev. O. M, Hall of Copeville will fill his regular appointment at this place next Sundrt-. Miss Elma Watklns of the Empire community was a visitor in this com- munity Inst Sunday. Miss Mary Cox of the Mesquite community attended Sunday School at this place last Sunday. Mr. andi Mrs. Jim Montgomery of near Copeville were pleasant visitors in our community last Sunday. Mrs. H. G. Watkins of the Empire community visited her father, "Grandpa McBee," lost Sunday. The continued pretty weather has given...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. MAY 15, lflt. m il : How Do Peoplo Acquire * Property and Gain Indepandence ■ By saving in a small way to accumulate capi- tal for investing and re-investing. Large profits are often made from timely in- vestments. You cannot tell when an opportunity for making a profitable investment will present itself. A growing savings account in this bank will provide for such an emergency. It will give you a bor- rowing power equal to the capital which you save. ( We want you to consider this a pergonal Invitation to cull anrl open an account here. Many of our large deposits begin with a dollar. ) !; THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 4 per cent interest paid on savings accounts United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< Howell E. Smith, Cashier. J. O. FUzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. VAN ALMTVNE ALU I IT. Its Business <>rgunl/.ation Ne...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

THE WBEKLY PEMOORAT-OAZBTTB, TJIURgDAY, MAY H, 1111. fWfoi To the Farmers of Col- lin County and i r Vicinity i The Southern States Cotton Corporation of Macon, Georgia, through its local Com'mittee, is now ready to list your cotton crop for the year of 1912 on a guarantee of 15 cents per pound, basis middling, to be delivered to bonded warehouses at desiginated points within the county. Fo futher information, a,nd to list your cotton, call on any of the following Committee: \ B. L. Sherley, Anna, Chairman, J. B. Palmer, Wylie, Vice Chairman, R. A. Davis, ^Farmersville, Vice Chairnjan, E. M. Glass, Farmersville, Vice Chairman, D. Karr, Farmersville, Vice Chairman, W. Raleigh Yeary, Farmersville, Secretary, Geo. Dole Wadley, President, Macon, Ga., W. B. Yeary, Vice President for Texas, 401 and 402 Slaughter Building, Dallas. sbh Frackslaatcr AND Tan-no-More Two of the roost Scientific Beautifying 1 Agencies {Known/ 11103 . X FRECKELEATER 'CREAK, The remover'of akin imperfection! such...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 16 May 1912

THE WEEKUY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 1«. THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS FROM OVER COLLIN COUNTY DKNEItT. Martin were iu in \V iii tew right Mr. and Mrs. S. B Trenton Mon ay. J. T. Wallane was Monday. J1 in Matthowa wan in Whituwright Monday. Mr. and Mr«. St. John of Pilot Grove visited VV. A. Bates Tuesday. Miss Mao Wallace H[x*rit several days In tiie past week at. Van Al- utyne. It still raiiiH here and some of the Harmon men still feel like the light- ning had hit tliem. Messrs. Hill Buchanan and Bam Arnwine and fainlllea were the guests of SV. <)■ Bates Sunday. MIbs Ituth Walker was the charm- ing hostess of a pleasant evening tipent hy a large number of the young people at her home Saturday night. Messrs. Benton Wallace, Elza Pet- ty, Ai Arnwine, and Arvol M«-Rey- nolds attended the commencement exercises of the Van Alstyne High School Tuesday evening. A play, "Mrs. Briggs of the Poultry Yard," was creditably presented liy amateur talent of the school. The doors of the hospitabl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1912

12 Pages This Week The ■ THIRTIETH YEAH, NO. 10. McKlNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 88, 1912. T 0 At JuBt about noon Tuesday T. H. Sneed, diatrlct clerk, and his little six-year-old son, John, were the victims of a peculiar accident which came near being fatal to the former, and gave the latter a bruising and shaking ui> which will cause him to be laid up for several days. As there were few eyewitnesses to the accident, and as it all occurred so quickly and unexpectedly, the ex- act details are hard) to get. How- ever, as near as we can learn it wus one of those accidents that cannot be foreseen, accounted for nor de- scribed. The little son, ns It aeems ia his custom, rode the family horse down-town, bare-b^ck, to take his father home for the noon-day meal. Mr. Sneed met the boy at or near the Alcove corner, and the boy rode the horBe up close to the curb dttrectly in front of the tailoring es- tablishment of P. Leas White, so that his father could easily mount the ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1912

' v ■ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 21. 1 1* k. Rural Telephones We are nt work on a plan to furnish rural Telephone service of the same kind and quality us our city service at a price tbat 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 la solicited from^all. The Union Telephone Company "A HO.MK COMPANY I'OIt HOME PEOPLE." To the Farmers of Col- lin County and Vicinity of IS of The Southern States Cotton Corporation Macon, Georgia, through its local Committee, now ready to list your cotton crop for the year 1912 on a guarantee of 15 cents per pound, basis middling, to be delivered to bonded warehouses at designated points within the county. Fofuther information, and to list your cotton, call on any of the following Committee: B. L. Sherley, Anna, Chairman, J. B. Palmer, Wylie, Vice Chairman, R. A. Davis, Farmersville, Vice Chairman, E. M. Glass, Farmersvil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1912

* ' ' ' v ;.«■ '' i"". ; " i HSHMI {I- of r\p\/«tA«i« ^ 11 a in ■ 11 Win S o \j cor c- 11 oaves You to ^du On This Genu in© Old Reliable BUCKLEY Sewing Machine SttiwCBJa raiMID. Don't Bond us a o«nt unless you are aatlnfled. Lot ua Mnd yon a Uenulno DUCKLE1T—late.i n\«M. Willi porUot "HT«r nnl.hod tt*chm nt., b.ll- bMrlng >Uud, drop head and patent lift. Tlio DUCKLEY i «o olmply oon«truc;«l and > euy to oprr- rto that a child can run It. It la lUrht-runnlnir, iiolaoloaa, awlft, Mllal)lo,a;1pran,a In wwtIm ami perf. ot la proportions. Our pw« Inatruetlon book printed In (Ire dlffaraut Uu«uaifoa la tulljr UlUitraUd •MKtvM plain and datallsd Inatruetlon for all kinds of sewing. No matter where rou lira wo can put a BOOKLET In your home without aay obligation on your part. Try the BUCKLEY FRKK, and oonTlnca j ouraeir Ur t. Tbon. If you wiab, you may keep It at oar (postal rook-bottom dlroot-rrom-factory price. Tbls machine la fully GUARANTEED FOR 25 YEARS Oar level Iron-clad BONI)...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1912

m it? ! The Test Time Has proven the superiority of White Billows Flour Any test you put it to will prove its goodness. Made by j! Collin County Mill & Elovator Co. SOLD BY YOUR GROCER y**" MeKinney, Texas. I The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. MBgBB - - - ■- - Tom W. Perkins, Walter I . WIIhoii, Editors, Publishers and Proprietors. Oreenberry Adams, Circulation nnd Assistant Business Manager. the value of nearly one million dol- lars in the very heart of the down- town retail district. The man who opposes the building of good roads, is adding to the cost of production and marketing hi# crop, no matter what he grows. Entered as second-class mall matter. To Subscribers—The date pr'nted 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 recot'Mng the paper regularly will please votlfy us. TIMBER IN PLATFORMS. There can be no mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1912

Good the trust J VS^cPOWD& c° W >w\*'cago You'll be de- lighted with the re- sults of Calumet Baking Powder. No disappoints — no flat, heavy, soggy biscuits, cake, or pastry. Just the lightest, daintiest, most uniformly raised and most deli cious food you ever ate R«Mlv«d hlihot reward World'* F*ur« Food exposition \ Chlcatfo, I POT. THE P- ,T DEMOCRAT- IiOavM for Chicago. Prof. J. L. Highshaw of Oklahoma City, who has been visiting his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hlghsaw, at Culleoka for the past two weeks left Thursday for Chicago where, he will attend the Chicago Universi- ty during the summer session. Prof. Hlghsaw was superintendent of the Yukon public schools of Oklahoma -the past year. * Mrs. Norris Makes Statement lie- garding Husband. Mrs.' Norris makes the following statement: My Husband bought a bottle of Hunt's Lightning Oil for Rheumatism. He has been bothered for over two years. It has done him a great deal of good and he thinks it will cure hint. Mrs. Mollle ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 May 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. MAT 13, 1911. I ■ m IDE LOCH MELISSA. Mish Juanlta Jones in visiting at Fort Worth. I>r. W. s. Wysong, attended the Me<itl(al Association at Fort Worth. MIbs Lena Gibson in visiting her Bister Mrs. J. Aston Webb at (!r«-<-1 - vllle. Mrs. C. P. Frost of Deulson, has l>eeti vIhItink her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Shelton. Mrs. Annah Graves of McKinney visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs J. W. ColTman, Sunday and Sunday night. Misses Grace and Mary Rice and Mrs. Unfits Kurr of McKlnney, spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Owen by. Quite a number from a distance attended the all day singing here Sunday and we wore glad to have our friends with us. Mrs. Houston Foster who has been visiting iter parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ColTman, lias returned to iter home at Brownwool, The new elevator Is nearlng com- pletion and will be an addition to our town that will be a vrreat help to the surrounding communities. Mrs. S. A. Harris and little...

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