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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1912

I THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 19U. Cut Into Our Refrigerators and then you'll see why they soon pay for themselves in saving ice. ARE YOU THINKING of buying a refrigerator? If you are not, get to thinking about it and then come here and see our line. They're better than the rest, good as the best. THE CROUCH-HARTZOG COMPANY W£,*iV. • ■ tufr'Uhr E Dr. Royal J. Dye, missionary from the Congo district, of Africa, his sta- tion being at Bolengo, which place is situated on the Congo river, gave a lecture at the First Christian church here Sunday night. The at- tendance was exceptionally good. His talk was listened to very attent- ively. I>lt. K. W. HALL IlKltr,. Prominent Business Man of St. liOiiis J'ays .McKinney Visit. Dr. E. W. Hall, a business man of St. Louis was in town Monday and honored this office with a very pleas- ant call. Most everybody knows Dr. Hall, as lie is the man fro n whom you buy "The Texas Won- der." a medicine which has been ad- vertised' i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1 12. - The following address was made at Bells, Grayson county, by I r. M. M. Morrison, candidate for Congress from the Fourth Congressional Dis- trict: Fellow Citizens:— The Idea Itself of seeking public of- fice is new to me. Hut I was born In political atmosphere, in the mountains *if East Tennessee. where the few Democrats under their few great lead- ers, like llol> Taylor, did continuous and valiant battle with the hosts a" Republicanism, led by a multitude of such strong men as Pettlbone, Mrown- low and Butler. Of Democratic par- entage, reared in a community where constant political turmoil and strife prevailed, where the only diversion was the privilege of lighting, both ac- tually and figuratively, through every recurring campaign, sustaining an in- evitable defeat in all local elections but rejoicing in a State-wide victory, 1 was early impressed with the dif- ferences between the two great par- ties. I remember well the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1912

r • -T THUS WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-QAZBTTE. THURSDAY, JUNB THE GREATEST SALES $20,000.00 ftock of dependable merchandise formerly owned by W. S. Knight, bought at 60c on the dollar. Turned loose to the trade at prices never before seen in McKinney. This store has been crowded from the time the doors were opened. Big sales and pleased customers tell the story. Come! Look! Bankrupt Sale in Full Blast-The Baying Opportunity of a Life Time 10c Vests 5c 100 dozen ladies' sleeveless Vests, 10c values, each 5c 8 l-3c Percale 5c 50 pieces light color Percales, 8 l-3c values, on sale, yard 5c 5c Lawn 3 l-2c 1000 yards good Scotch Lawns, fast colors, the yard 31c 10c Lawn 5c 2000 yards 10c Dress Lawns, on sale, yard 5c 65c Silk 39c Yard-wide China Silks, assort- ed colors, every yard worth 65c, on sale, yard 39c Corset Covers 5c 5 dozen Ladies' Corset Cov- ers, slightly soiled, on sale, each 5c 75c Hand Bags 35c 100 ladies' large black Hand Bags, German silver frames, 75c values , 35c Seamless Sacks...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1912

pp THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. JUNE 13, ';V-y >-% I Si. to note the smart lines ami ex- clusive style that characterize all our shoes. If you want A RESTFUL SHOE that will give comfort ami relief to tir- ed feet try on our perfect fit- ting models. Style, comfort, quality and economy are com- 1*1 nod in our Bhoos. Try a pair. Now shipments coming every week. ,J. A. WATERS EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE 1912. ■ you can wear a made-to-order suit well and good, liut. some people can I. tlicy must have clothes built on them. We are pretty good builders of clothes of distinctiveness. If your ap- pearance needs Improving lot iih do the Job. We won't charge any extra for "know how." Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR. North Kentucky St. CI PERSONAL 3 PARAGRAPHS THURSDAY. R. L. Brown was a business vis- itor in Mc.Kinney today from La- von. Miss Ida Morgan of Melissa was shopping In McKlnney yesterday af- ternoon. Miss Mary Hoard of Ardmoro, Ok., is visiting at the home of her uncle, Capt. J...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1912

Frcckeleater AND Tan-no-Mors teas Two of the roost Scientific Beautifying Agencies _ _ _ (.Known' ^FRECKELEATER: CREAU, The remover'of akin imperfections ich as freckles,'' tan, sunburn, ring orm, liver spots and all kindred ' i troubles- Malm bad Complecllons 6oo<8' and 6ood Complections Better , Price 25 and 50c. ll€ ,TAN-NO-MORE V THE SKIN BEAUTIFIKN J Two preparations combined into one. It serves as a manage cream, thoroughly cleansing the pores of the skin, and as an invisible powder that cannot be detected. Price 35 end 50c Will be pleased to mail booklet telling more fully the meriti of theie prepuationa and oi | our full line. Baker's School of Beauty Culture, teaches manicuring, facial massage, care of the hair and | scalp, etc. Literature on application. BAKER-WHEELER MFG. CO. 2600 SWISS AVE. DALLAS. TEXAS [Yon can buy these preparations from the North Side Drug Store. THJB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THITR8DAY, JUNE 13, 1911. 555HB t* SSH INTERESTS MIIKE HTT1GK E (From So...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1912

THE WEEKLY- DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1!>12 f Persistent Effort Some one wisely said, "The eternal grinding of the mills counted." That's just what we are doing with intelli- gent ideas of what the people want, grinding constantly with never ceasing energy to the one purpose of making thi-s the leading store of McKinney, with the best .goods and the lowest prices always. These few items below will give you an idea of what this store is doing. Don't fail to call here when in town. # It will pay you. Regular "><■ fancy l,awns per yard H l«2c Regular x l-:tc fancy Lawns per yarcl Sc Regular <> I-1c lull yard wide brown domestic per yard 5c Regular 12 i-Uc White Goods por yard 10c Regular 20c and 22 1-2<• Colored Flaxons per yard 13e Regular $'! >•) and $4.DO Dorothy Dodd shoes and Slippers to clo«e out foi' #8,00 We have many bargain*. iW AM) EMBROIDERY HUE,CIA L8. We have arranged a special counter for Laces and Embroider- ies and you will Mud them desi...

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

{ , K,i&" " ''Wii- . ,rirt • v* i3-i' Bar'-^ \ : ' V .; / ,.... ■ . b j'- c *W •**'. skdfc'i&rftJW ,• .*&- • THE WE UB KLY DEM QC ft AT'VrA^l^ ^ > JUNK * —- i :cond ALL McKINNEY CHARITY SAL |f||, [vM is 5 m $ 3 II h II Sale Begins Saturday, June 15, and Closes Monday, June 24 Specials ; BLEACH DOMESTIC 8 lT3c ?} 3-4 Kirat Bleach Domestic, *This Sale .... 5C COTTON PLAIDS . New finish, excel- lent weave, This Sale 5c CALICO Best grade, all sta- ple colors, new pat. This Sale 5c WOVEN CHAMBRY 10c grade, solid colors, 30 in. wide This Sale .... 7C ZEPHYRS GINGHAMS 12 l-2c qual. pret- ty new patterns. This Sale 9c LINEN CRASH 10c Brown Linen Cra^h 18 in wide, This Sale .... 7c FLAXONS 15c Fancy Flax- on, you know the quality of the cloth 1 t c We will open oar doors, Saturday, June 15th, to our Second Annual ALL McKINNEY CHARITY SALE. We presune that most people know of the success of this sale last year, and we want to say that this will be an opportunity to buy up-to-da...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1912

-frv THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE, THURSDAY, J It isn't by saving much at a time that people accumulate large sums. While gathering small sums to make large deposits money is apt to dribble away. M || The best ^-J| way is to deposit the trifles, (any amount from a dollar up) ,j right in this bank, and give them a chance to earn money for you. Open a savings account right here, right now, and get on the main traveled road to independence. 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. FrunclB H. Welch, Vice P. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. J. (J. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Vot. H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. ♦♦♦<>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ < Sherman to Vote oil Bonds. Sherman, Texas, June R.—At a meeting of the Shermap City Coun- cil It wan decided to order an elec- tion to see whether public im- provement bonds to the amount of $108,000 shall lie ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 13 June 1912

• \ j , , ; ■ • 'I'll'' •.:". >•" ' f ,f.(f' •$> ■ .. , w; ss P%V 4p otice! To Owners of Th 73Eftr9Bi .%• Lace Leather 2 inch Leather Belting 4 inch Leather Belting 4 inch Rubbet Belting 5 inch Rubber Belting Suction Hose Discharge Hose 2 inch Red Jacket Tank Pump Hose 42 and 45 Maleable Chain WE WILL CARRY INlS' % Cup Grease Cylinder Oils Machine Oils Cushman Binder Engines, by special order, it saves man and team through harvest. These are good goods and prices are as cheap as can be found any place in Texas. Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, Manager mm.:'m , ■ & . II!' $ far*? r. . m im . • ' X ' ■ wa ,s ;! to re /■ '""*>■ Professional Dept. j T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over wic- Kinney's grocery store. Plione 203, McKinney. McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frank 0. Dowell, Mgr. Office with The Daily Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKinney, phone 65. ARTHUR T. CHURCH. Fire, Torna- do and Livestock Innurance Agent. Only beat companies represented. Morrow ...

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

THE W ===hss DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE IS, 1911. We have in stock plenty of PLYMOUTH SISAL TWINE. 500 Feet to the Pound. Let us sell You 555- REAL ESTATE Farms, Ranches, City Property and Merchandise for Sale and Exchange Anywhere in Texas and Oklahoma. Owners' List No. 13, June, 1912— New List Every Week. 207. 160 acres 5 miles from I .angry, Vai verde county, (50 per cent tillable. balance grass land. Price 112.50 per acre, will trade for restaurant or soda fountain. 20S. 720 acres 7 miles from railroad town In Taylor county, l r,o ncr<'H good agricultural land, bal- ance grass land. Price $7 per aero bonus, incumbrance 07 1 -2<- per acre due Htato, will trade for merchan- dise. 209. :I07 acres Tom Green coun- ty, 276 acre« tillable. Price iis per acre; will trade for merchan- dise. 210. 200 acres 1 1-2 miles from Mr. Pleasant, Titus county, SO acres cultivation, 180 acres tillable, two tuts good Improvements. Price $25 per acre; will trade for Collin county farm. 211...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

12 Pages This Week , n*j .Ia I The Weekly Democrat-Gazette ■t™ TRIItTIETH YEAR, NO. 30. , * McKlXNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE >, 1912. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. KNOTS OF PHIS MEMORIAL SEIVIGE The Knights of Pythias held their memorial services at the First Pres- byterian church Sunday night. The lodge inarched iu a body to the church and filed down the aisle, fill- ing the center tier of seats that had ' been reserved for its members. Services began at 8:15 being in- troduced1 by an organ prelude by Miss Irene Marley. The congrega- tion was greatly pleased by the well rendered choruses. Mrs. Albert Smith, who always pleases the audience when she sings, delighted all present by one of her simple, sweet solos A list of deceased Knights wasi road and their virtues were com- mended and their faults forgotten. The principles of the order wore discussed and its right to live was vindicated. Friendship Is one or the cardinal principles of this lodge, shown on this occasion by th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 191*. It isn't by saving mucl at a time that people accumulate larg sums. While gathering small sums to make larg deposits money is apt to dribble away. MnX The be ^41 way ♦ ♦ to deposit the trifles, (any amount from a dollar up right in this bank, and give them a chance to ear money for you. Open a savings account right here, right now and get on the main traveled road to independence THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 4 per cent interest paid on savings account United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. J. G. Fltzhugh, ABSt. Cashier. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. Announces \\<hl<Iin Friends here are in receipt of In- vitations reading as follows: "Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Boutwell request the honor of your presence at the mar- riage of their daughter, Miss Naoma, to Mr. lloy Marcom on Wednesday evening, June the twenty-sixth ni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

DEMOCRAT- G AZBTTB, I F JUNB If, CAPT. TUCK HILL. Chairman. The friends of Senator Tom W. Perkins have organized for the pur- pose of assisting him in every way possible in his aspirations to repre- sent the Fourth District in Congress, to succeed Congressman C. B. llan- dell, who is not an aspirant tor re- election. Capt. Tuclc Hill, one or Collin county's pioneer citizens, old-time democrats, an ex-Confederate soldier and a lifelong, true and tried' prohi- bitionist. was elected chairman for the county; and as Capt. Hill never lost a battle in the defense of his country, he says that he does not ex- pect to lose the battle for Seuator Perkins, because he is a young man oC, for, and has come up from the people. Capt. .Hill says that he Is "In the saddle for Perkins" until the polls close on Saturday July 27, and that all he asks, Is the true, old democrats of Collin and other counties come forward and stand by a young man—ever true and tried —and one who has ever stool by McKinney,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, JUNE 10. 1912. m A Rich Harvest From the Gold- en Sheaves HAS MADK FARMERS OF OI,I) COLLIN SMILE. And we re- joice with th<;ni from the fact that we once more can get pure, sweet, nutritious wheat from our native fields, with which to muke our famous White Billows Flour The purity, excellence and goodness will not only he retained, hut Increased and WHITE BILLOWS will continue In the leadership of Hours for Bread, Cak^amH'astry Home Made Flour Home Grown Wheat And the smile of contentment is yours. j; Collin County Mill & Elevator Go. f SOLD BY YOUR GROCER McKinney, Texas. ♦♦♦*♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ CASTOR IA For Infanta and Children. Rn Kind You Have Always Banglit Bears the Signature of The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter II. Wilson, Editors, Publishers ami Proprietors. Ureenberry Adams, Circulation and Assistant Business Manager. Entered as second-class mail ma iter. To Su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

'I^PSF ■ * " ■IHIHHIHIHH THE WBBKI.Y DPM0CRAT-0AZ8TTB. THUHBDAT, JCNB . Are You Using a Bain Wagon? |;.f' 1 1 8'' - •J§ . ' jl > K , . \ Did you ever notice the dodge-spoke construction of the wheel? It gives a wide base of resistance. S <-? is immersed in boiling linseed oil before the tires are put on. It goes into every pore and guards against climatic conditions. are made of select air-dried hickory. WE USE LONG SLEEVE SKEINS. OUR BOXES are built for service; made of best material; 5 heavy wood sills, and tight as a boiler. • Ask the man that's been running them for years. BOIS d'ARC and OAK. v t • V Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company, 1 < M 43 The Wheel Our Axles ^Professional Dept. T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. Over Mc- Klnney's grocery atore. Phone 203, McKlnney. McKINNEY REALTY CO., Frank G. Dowell, Mgr. Office with The Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKlnney, phone 65. ARTHUR T. CHURCH, Fire, Torna- do and Livestock innurance Agent. Only b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

THE WMKLT PHOCRAT'OAZBTTB. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, lfll. PEOPLES' F We Invite letter* from the people on current topic* of not mure tlmn 32(H) words, uiiil In every instance your name must he l|ti 'il to the communication. The SrliMil Law. (By un Ex-Teacher.) The hint year ! taught there was In ray school, during the middle of the term, an average of about flfty pupils Over forty of these were In and below the seventh grade. About forty recitations were necessary: al- lowing, If we |iut In nine bourn a day, between ten and fifteen min- utes to the recitation. Now any one with intelligence will admit that from such an arrangement one cer- tain result will follow—poor work from both teacher and pupil, i Jf there are thirty pupils in the same grades as the fifty, about the same number of recitations will be necessary. A given number of sub- jects constitute a grade, and they have to be given If there is five or hfty to take them. So the number of grades determines the number of recitations,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

THUR8DJ 1000 15o SEATS Grandi Stock Company*! Daily [ay Night, The - i. i Stock Co: ilrt* _ V Tent Located Across From Post Office mtl ! li SEATS i Singer Secured. Tie Presbyterian Church U. B. A. )*• .secured the aervlces of Mrs. Al- llle Coleman Pierce to lead the sing- ling during the meeting to begin [June 23. Mra. Pierce is well known Iby our people had Ja counted one of the best soloists ever heard in the city. She is an accomplished music- ian and an experienced director and the church 1b to be congratulated on securing such efficient help for the meeting. Get It at KISTLER * BRISTOL'S. quadruped or biped can't de dispensed with. It's so with the popular line of Groceries always to be seen at this store. A sure 100 per cent valuation every time. It's queer, but true—we nev- er have been or won't be undersold. KISTLER & BRISTOL! TOP QUALITY" GROCERIES. PHONES 94 AND B25. REAL ESTATE Farms, Ranches, City Property and Merchandise for Sale and Exchange Anywhere in Texas and O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

V v- thk Weekly democrat- gazette, Thursday, 20, i u. i ,31>- ITv i '■ r -i .'.'tj•■ tomiYWy ' •'• ; When ■ ■ Buying J J Baking | I Powder ■ I I g For tins is | | the linking f g powder that g ■ 'makes the § g baking better." | ■ It leavensthefdod g ~ evenly throughout; n ■ puffs it tip to airy ■ 0 lightness, makes it g JJ de light f n I ly a !>(>(.• t iz- g | ing and wholesome. g Remember, Calumet a ? is moderate in price 5 ■ —highest in quality. " jj Ask your grocer for ® ■ Calumet. Don't take g g a substitute. I kino powd MADE BY THE U D( MP % BAKING CHICAGO liKENIIAM AFTER <;<>oi> ItO.VDS. Expert Engaged to Make Improve- ments I'or Citizens. Brenham, Texas, June 13.— Through the effort, of the Young Men's Business Association a good roailH expert, has been engaged to inspect the highways leading Into this city with a view of improving and placing the thoroughfares in first class condition. ONE ATTACK KOMjOWS A NOTII Kit lias That Keen Your Experience Tiil>...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE, THURSDAY. JUNE 10. 1911. IIITO PLUNGES INTO EIST FORK CREEK ENROLLMENT OF L There never was a thirst that Coca-Cola couldn't satisfy. It goes, straight as an ar row, to the dry spot And besides this, 7 / ■L~ ■PJra wc an I Arrow think of Coca-CoU. satisfies to a T the call for something purely delicious | and dcliciously pure—and ^ wholesome. Delicious Refreshing Thirst-Quenching Demand the Genuine as made by THE COCA-COLA CO., atlanta, ga. Free Our new booklet, telling of Coca-Cola vindication at Chattanooga, for the asking. W LINKS Time is United together by days, weeks, months and years. Life Is linked together by babyhood, childhood, youth and age. Why not save the connecting links by the photos of different stages. GREENWOOD will make them, something you will prize too, and more so as the years pass by. Come in and see us and pre- serve the links. GREENWOOD'S STUDIO I'liono COO, McKlnney, Texas. Will Take Medical Course. Carl E. Lair, of Anna, was in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 June 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUR8DAY, JUNE 20, ltlf. / sell shoes to people who are willing to let quality govern the prices. One of the largest stocks Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes in town. .J. A. WATERS i;atm;kivk shoe stoke Going Away? IF you're going away for the summer you need a summer ward- robe. Don't worry what you should select but put it up to me. I'll tailor you an outing or serge that you'll be proud of, and help you save a few dol- lars. Ask the fellow who bought his suit from me. Geo. W. Smith M KUCHA NT TAILOR. North Kentucky St. mother, Mrs. F. M. Hendricks, of near Sherman, before returning home. a PERSONAL # PARAGRAPHS WEDNESDAY. Mrs. J. E. Wiley and little daugh- ter, Virginia, left this morning for a visit, to Mrs. Wiley's brother, K. J. Allen and family at Duncan, Okla. Mr. Wiley accompanied them to Dallas. Scott Allison was taken severely ill last evening. He was taken to the home of his son-in-law, George M. Wilson. We are glad to report hla condition ...

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