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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 December 1893

je- ofail in Letvfniof Poww, U. S. Gov't R Powder ABSOLUTE!* PURE •till progressing Itrtrj honsf in the city \* Change! CHANGE, CHANGE Time changes all things, b« t man only some thiig?. After February 1st., the fir n of Murphy, Perry & Co., will change by mu- tual consent. Mr. Perry, of the old firm at McKinney, and Mr. J. R. Joiner of the tirru of Mur- phy, Joiner A: Co., i f Sherman, Texas., Having bought Mr. G«*o. Mnr- phT'. interest at this place. The business will be car- ried on at the old s a? d aame as her# fofor and under the nam^ of the Mississippi Store. Now then, in order to Redwe the stock and close the business of the old firm we are going to sacri- fice a great many goods at once. The Goods are go- ing to be Sold. 89a us if yon want to save lonay. We never advertise liy "funny business/' "lifc is lOO short." Facts are wha' we in. Many, many, thanks forpaat favors. Respectfully, Maiphy, Perry & Co. Out for the Dust everybody — yoti as well a* up We mean to do ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 December 1893

V ill ■ - . . IDE A C0CKHQRSE.TO louis orco®sE,TOcrr, some PiM «UIIRETTE Jmr WHiCH IS BOSS. !T5 /AERITS FORCLEAMNG AND WflSHJNG THE CLOTHES. "ASS-IRE iT A WELCOME WHENEVER I f GOES. FAIRBANKS CLAiitETTE DAP EVERY HOUSEHOLD USE. AM- GROCERS KEEP IT. /W>£ OHLY BY K.FAJRBANK &CO. fORRET-S PET DEAD. SUDDEN TERMINATION OF THE FA- MOUS BANKRUPTCY BILL. strike otxt the enacting clause and 64 Republicans and 47 Democrats against it. An attempt to drive the bill for the admission of Utah as a state through the house during the morning honr was defeated by a determined filibuster led by Mr. Dingley of Maine and supported by the Republican side. The course of the Republicans foreshadowed their policy upon the admission not only of Tli* Tax a* Ntnban In the* Horn# A - alst Materially to Strike Oat the En- acting Clause—subcommittee Report •n the State Bank Tax. Washington, Dec. 6.—A spirited dis- ; Utah, but the other democratic terri* cussion of the Hawaiian question oc- tones of New Me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 December 1893

ried on at toe oiu «u lame as her*10'"**" A MODERN dfiU'TTHt 18 OI - | m >8! supemum*n e..u.«n 1 nion Ltrt\ a$ presented by pare "J let THE DEMOCRAT SUPPLEMENT. I ► M KINNRY. COLLIX COl'XTY. TK\ AS, DKCEMBK R 14, 1 I.au^li ami (ir w Fat assakmins a i work. Mrrrv A >!«•!>« welI. Weafon Teacher*'* Institute. Next Monday night. Dec 1^. will be laughing night at tie Opera The attraction will be the laughable c:>m* dy, "Dr. Hill" from Ihe <* trd~r Thea're. ^ ork. "l>r. Hill*' a good. light corned v. lounded ut « n lhe following .~ti rv. I>r. VV illintn Hr«>« n. a rich young London I who has matrled. Win jTmtUe in order to es*ca|>t* frmn hi* I beat ri« at an«l other tuo worldly ri«*n«l* If pinna nre frustrated. how - ever. through the well meant efforts of hi* father-in-law. and in n !ar f * prac- tice. which follow*, his old friends find i ini. and of Unifhable compli- i at ion* nri*e. chief Hint nu those whom t r had rnM in former days is Mr*. H«#r- ;on. now t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 December 1893

IICU—crwr- A .UUH&U < i*1 *91 IUWI I.JH, l-m under the man nefi - u I i County Court ProrewliiiKs County court convened Mon- day and the following proced- ings were had: State vs Jim Johnson charg ^d with unlawful assembly: ti ne ^l(K). State vs Louis Wilson, same offense: tines State vs John Thompson.same offense; fined $"><>. Stat** vs Allen Barrington carrying pistol: tined State vs Ed McCabe, gamiug: lined #10 in two cases. State vs Henry Foster, was convicted in two cases on < barge of gaming and fined $H> ia each. Stale vs Hill DeBow, gaming fined #10. State vs Price Hay, gaming; fined #10. State vs A1 dredge, carrying arms: fined #4«>. State vs Joe Powers, gaming; fined #10. State vs L**e Fowler, selling intoxicating liquor to minors; tined *50. State vs P M Morrison, car rying pistol; fined #2.>. State vs Anderson Chambers < arrying pietol fined $5^. State vs Clint Hall, theft un der #20: tined #25 and 20 days in jail. Several bonds were forfei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 December 1893

:> - i •*'7« - Pr3*? .. i *■ y;. ■■■■?■ «$*4*r -Vt£ ss* ' * • V". • •_ , ■•#*' r Ttfc" 6J%§ fi W®' '**"•;'•« v- • * A IM ^ " *■ "" - ' £ ®1P ^ - >3W£ j$ " ip^|| ,-g ^ ic O feC: f-v ' -f r ■ — •- ;• '■*xv stgs --a • •••:; ■ -v^r ^hs TOM ATTSSEY MOintTTO j. f, Uu*<u. r.«3i i oUi'li. Street, rgr, - - - CRTCftKOATTMCI i ucmbcuit mail mattkik- fL. 10 'KINNEY, TEXAS, T IDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1893 NO What is HACUHE AT CAMBBON. He Opens the Campaign for tlie People** Party In Texas. Unrevlsed Tenets. n u ASTORIA I «fk mX- to Dr. to Pitcher's prescription for Infants neither Opium, Morphine nor Knieotie substance. It is n harmless substitute I>rops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL [ Dallas Newt,] Camkkon, Milam Co., Tex., Dec. 16.—Dr. Macaue spoke at j the court house to day, opening the campaign for tbe people's j ganizatiou. The growth of 1 party in Texas. He reviewed, Farmers' alliance could the coming to the new world of traced to organization, and its ary mill be robbed of all g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 December 1893

. *r' ■ * JT - . ~,v" , • . ' : , )k* . -J.: • V . ' > '. - -- -• ^ -• V \..•• vi.; r,' • T ^vir^*''' ■ ' W'- If1"' "• '.V.'J ' - :.,*■' - %k :i-- *? ••'• - -i . •£••:. 1£wy ?■ W; ■ e r p l^W *1 ' ; C Wr K> 3 r ^ H •:.; ■ •••' ' - i p i i 8 f ■' ?' ' . zm r!u * JN w flu ■ -y. > ;i- 5 fra«BBiB*sg St ' >y*~ «< PUT ■p 2r sib BUT AlC TO-m UCANS ON OXTABD V- lv x a NM'/ _n nto e '■]& ."* \V >C*£ X^HmvN^V^ * / SUCH WERE THE WORDS OF THE FATHER OF OUR COUN- TRY, AND SUCH IS THE MOTTO OF A. T. WILSON & CO., Who stand ready to protect the people HIGH PRICES. The Holidays are approaching and the people ARE HEREBY REMINDED MONET in their purchases they should call at A. T. WILSON k OO., West 1 and inspect their stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, CHR18TMA8 C NUTS, TOY8, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, ETC. FIRE WORK8 ! FIREWORKS!! ^gTChristmas Tree and Table decorations a specialty. •. CA SVi THE DEMOCRAT. KblTKD AND PUBLISHED •iF.&TkMpwa. News ]—The News of tbie We, the ond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 December 1893

J i oo ft visit to his old Ken tacky 1 only "o'd'e. \ The Democrat Supplement. AlcKlNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER ft, 1893 Holiday Goods. Every Day Goods. J. Is proprietor of the Largest and Best Qtock 0f Hardware, ware and Glassware in 9 Quens NORTH TEXAS His Stoves—HEATERS and COOKERS—are oi the best make, from Bridge Beach Manufacturing Co., St. Louis. Pocket and Table KEEN KXJTTER Knives, Axes, Etc., guaranteed to m be the finest made. Are RICH and UNIQUE, surpassing all previous purchases. YOU ARE INVITED TO EXAMINE THE FOLLOWING NOVELTIES: Statuary Vases, Jardinies, Baskets, Cups and Saucers, Trays. Bonbonniers, Dinnerware, and Stock ot Matchless Lamps and Hundreds of Novelties rich in design and Decoration that cannot be excelled in Texas. All goods subject to close inspection and prices the most reasonable. CUTLERY MECHANICS' TOOLS, GUNS, PISTOLS. KNIVES, PLATED WARE AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER SPECIAL- tinn too naarrnns to mention. COMB AT OSCE a <( Mqniw for JIM DO WEL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 December 1893

s. v Bethany Pickups. Bkthany. Tex., I)-c 17,— Editor Kemwrat. N>N eat her tin*' and every body getting ready for Christmas. R-v. B'i-h preached an excel lent serin >n at B-ihany to day We had a magi«*-lanter* • h«>W at t| e SCtlOo| III use Prof Trotter won the cane f r being the ugliest and laz •* ! mar there, and Nit** Maine Coate- goi the album for the moctf handsome voting lady We Blaze At (Jupevllle. MAKK1AGE BKLLS. Copkyillk, Collin C Tex . D- c. 19.—This morning about 3 '• lock ih - house and contents of Arthur Cox burned. It is liippotffd to have been the work of an incendiary. There had Opera louse. had a lively tint- for a while Mr. Jn o. WiIev* of Mia*ouri, numerous to itemize at* R. T. is here looking f r a pla 'e to Se*y'* B ok « iore. successor to locate. His family will move ^«*ay A eb ter. ^ here jfi a short t iue. n >t been a tire in the house 8roff ]> [, M rrison and Lou since Sunday af 12 o clock. i«a Scott, Harrison Caruth and NaieA Di^r^Ill excbau...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 December 1893

i on a visit to bis old Kentucky I 1 The Democrat Supplement McKlNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 21, 189:*. MONOPOLY. The Scathing Words of Rev. T. D« Wilt Talnmife. The very fact tbat the rich b&rons of the east contribute from $5,000 to $10,000 each to the campaign funds of the G. O. P's is enough to prove thai <here Is bug under the chip, in all the history of the past where men have struggled for liberty and jus'ice, patriotism is most generally found among the great masses—it com**** from the fields and workshops Avarice sends out its millions to the campaign funds to the party of its choice with the aope of throttling the will of the people at the bajlot box, thus obtaining special legisla- tion—enabling it to pile up aiillions more. It knows no political platform except for self interest. Its motto, is 'The public be damned.'' We wish tbat every citizen, especi illy those who claim to be christians would read what ttev. T. De Witt Talmage ha-* -aid on the subject ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 December 1893

Wo <rive th« Nbw* w vaator^or t , ^ j _ i Johnson School House Sensation. Runaway Accident. R'chtiiond Ruiiho iuaivert- Orange BIoixooik. j • j antly laid his p cketbook down The following notice was left Farmersville, Ccllin Co., jf| rear of his business On Sunday evening last, Mr, u« the tabl- of Johnson school IVx , Dec. 19 —Sunday about honeie a few days ago and left . Walter Mumforl and Miss Ly house l;*st Sunday. The 1-ttei 1 noon at Copeville, Walton Ivey, |, jn a 8hort tjui* },„ missed IdaDobbii s were united in uiar- was an imi'a'ion of piint iuad«- with a lead pencil. The letter was handed to Policeman War den of this city It iead* thu*: To th** people of Johnson Mitch C«>tner, and Bud 1-r 1 *i*-r jf ari(j returned to get it when riage at the residence of Ben were seated in a buggy ontheir he found it gone. The hook W. Rhine in this city. This from chnrch, which was sit oat- contained neariy a hundred j worthy pair have the well wish -d about one mile from town, doll...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 December 1893

' •' 7i c ■ai VMs Osaftral laltvay OF MoKINNEY, m ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Qoiif North, No. IS Arrlvot 5:21 a. m. * M it 3 •• 1O.50 a. m* '* *. U I M 8:15 p.m. Sooth u * " 8:14 a. m. <* *t t 4 «c 4:40 p.m. ** " " 14 u 9:98 p. m. Bast Line Ballrood., ! Leaves 1CH40 a m Arrives C;30 p. m. LOCAL NEWS. Read Talmage on monopoly in this issue. «• n Mr. Jordan Stokes has been very sick recently. 53 3? v i C lit* uuu ) pie left this week for i the old h- me states. Democrat wishes ulla pi ant visit and safe return. A. J. Tho-npaoD. of Wylie, dealer in general merchandise, made an assignment last Mdta- day, G. H. Porter, Trustee. Many Person® arc trotae iovb ftoo orenrork er be ushokl carat Brown's Iron Bitters iu*uUd ths aids digestion, removes excess ct t'ils, malaria. Get the «r<-'uuis6> iiL •i'* • -* * - M > MM ■.*- t2y*-i* ***■.*-t; ape Inc- ' ■>: ^ . -■ ' ?r : - . > '• h k - ?.. iTO®S55mi I Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses and Fancy Groceries. 44 McKinnejr is all right and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 December 1893

■■ A •' ; v ":\y IBS -t -, *g£. '•ifssa^. MttMR * I f - , - ~\ \ ch \& o ■ <-^i SHE CAN'T GET ENOUCH it is Said about AW I r •-1 The holidays are dnwlag near, The Happiest day# of all the year, Wbd we should think «f other'* needs The time to do sfl eUlsh deeds. 80 once a yeer say, all the while— Make some heart gl*d, make aotne face •mile. Youth's Companion, ^ a What It Is Coming To. THAT LSOM ym wire OAP VflWn ttToc '■ 1 Why want* tltt*. BKa*T snd health with , ate., wb«*n IjriU "* alls." **Oftr«,< M TWO WEEKS. "dorton" vosderfsl "e« - ! ^KtjrhpiwB «Um«| rona< m*n. lani and to fslim wnk, etaatad m« ami there W no hnrnta* or advortiaiax catch about it. Aaj ~ >«6 ■llMMir pijslrlT ran sat it ap for yoa. a* « arythi s u aiata ana aunp* isszis ts'irffifatfi'sftics arfsSMft is toSIIL. rtrtctly coaSrfMllaLj aa4 all Mm «atja plain. and umpte. AU 1 art ia ; • ■ " * "itoSasai Mniof*. 1 Wat. Addnm The foHuViitg brief In jAeni from orally all tfcs pop- ulist sonators and repre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 December 1893

tgr- * af - Wr- **:A " "hi* p> MQm- >. COOSTREE FANCY GROt ERIfcS. Cawplets Stock, popular prices, i J. P. Dowell, East LmIcIaimi Street, - TEXASJ ->.v Fr * . ~ - .x' • • -•«s >• rl ■—* •■ -.r* >& ■ 1 .- 1 ENTERED AT THE Wtl ■JT-; _ /y - .y ' m icuii mail matter- , ^ ■ ' ^ - • ■* , , ■: ^ * -j* -* «*. >'mk « wa . '' i ' TOM U ; $ej xs MONEY TO LOA* ABSTRACTS or TITLSfUlUi t—f- •*«-- 3 . 9h VOL. 10 M' , TEXAS. T 'AY. DECEMBER 28 1893 NO *9*~ ■ - * ALMOST STARVATION. What is ALL OVER TFXAS. \Taiahachle Vititnl by a Serluun Comfl *- grat inn-Southern P.- c (ic Robbery. WaxaHachie, Tex.. Dec 21—Early yesterd \y morning a fire started here, Ha r Ih- P. puiMti«.n . f the cay In which almost swept away the entire iurr s« rit of i5r«-*«i nti uei—Twenty principal business square in the town. OF ROBBED A SAD C-'R f>TMA-i TO MANY CITI- ZENS OF PATERsON. *ASSENQ£R TRAINS held lp BY BOLD BANDITS. SIX MILLION MILES WE'VE SPED. CMtorift is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's picseription...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 December 1893

THE DEMOCRAT. A BOLD NEGRO < KDITKI) AMD PUBLISHED If F.lrTkraptM. Tl , I — ITHURSBAY. DEC. 28, 189:1. Expreu at Robs The Padfle Mariliftll-The M Assaulted and 9SOOO Taken. • • •••••>< One column! year 9190.00 iialfoolamn 1 year 80.00 1-inch tingle eolamn 13.00 • Local ncticea, 7 cents per line foi •Mil Insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our All tracts will be charged for to the above. In F. C. Thompson, Proprietor, MeKlnney, Tezes OI K AUTHORIZED AUHTS. LL Miller. Farmers ville. £ F Lair, Gravbill. J F Cave. Melissa. L Holt, J R Self, Merritt. S>. S, STnorr. Verona. We hope that oar friends in esch com- munity wll select some one st once to reprssent Thk Dsmocbat both in cor- responding and soliciting subscriber*. Marshall, Tex., Deo, 86,— At 3 o'clock this morning the 91*60! Pacific Express company was I r°btad by a negro of about 40 $8000. At the hoar named the Tex- as and Pacific train from the west arrives, and all south bonnd express...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 December 1893

♦f*t U. S. Gov't Report Baking Rmder ABSOU/ny PURE Miss Dessia Gutgeeelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gutgeeelle sr. of this city, died last To^dav morning and will be interred at Pecan Grow cemetery to day. Mrs. Bill, wife of Mr. Alf Ball, of this comity, died verj suddenly last Monday night Mr. Ball b*ii?g absent in Ten North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. " * 3 " 10:5# a. m* *• "1 " 8:15 p.m. Sooth 44 3 " 8:14 a. m. ' *♦. 4 " 4:49 p.m. * * 14 " 9:28 p. 1 Line Railroad. 10:40 a m 6:30 p. m. LOCAL NEWS. R. L. Parker is otftbin Leavening fowe* Texas Csatral Railway Time Table. __ Mr. T. B. Wilson is buildirg B addition to his house. The county alliance meets at rell, east of Piano, on Wednesday, Jan. 19,1804. m> a ^ The lire works business has run to the fnll extent of the law this Christmas. m a m C. W. Parker and family of Shetman, were in the city this Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded bv "The Noss Jolity Co." in their unique nov- elty "A Quick Match" at the Opera Hous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 December 1893

fJEU/ FOR THt NEW YEAR. Ring out, O bells, of every wet- Too ipan; name? ye have for rhyme— JYal Joyocily the New Year cbimc. And all the weal we all expect. R 3 & ' A •• # - * rt -V. V '<M * ' * &f ' ■ ss Rinc oat the bustle and the hang: Ring oat the duden and the pug ui King out lorgnettes without ado. And dripping Skirts that bobbing hang. mnr*n 1i uii SL J cirdwt w V that arXLAH? u i cms 5QA£ Ufioit sag i ;sr is kajq as I kip dif iHTura# _ 17% Wo#t dokt nje about Gtttin a _ , . VasVr? iraslnin. Ail of uou fcillrs KCtp it i ricKot) Jf <ioj?fc J Kii7 scrjd to j ' K1 Rubbsh Gi ST. LOUIS. too: • Ring oat the need for Latin, Greek; King oat the mixed tongues, slang and all. And when we go to make a call Let us convene in Volapuk. Ring out the "rings," the corners keen That corner many a man of wit: King in aoiue good laws made to fit. Af;d not by lawyers only seen. a Rins out hard times and dire suspense; iting in less greed, a kindlier ham:; Rfrg in great plenty throu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 January 1894

a as a. I 'W" 2 If tlfcS. k Louisiana TEXAP, t r wm * 1 vmr: Sir A . i ^3 . I," / CNTCMCD ATTHC POS1 iUU MAIL ■ATTIH* I a. '>" V JTKINNEY, TEXAS, T 'AY. JANUARY 4 1894 M«0. Ahernatl T IT MiM>ii J, W.wSSdUl, Officials. County Judge. Countv AtteTMT. County Clerk 1 Sheriff. tlBnev. Tax Collector. 8.K.Chttdlrr. Tax \sses*or f. H. Taylor. County Tre* surer. |. Ckardy, Count? Surveyor. In * —■ . Galtadtrof District, County and men Court of Col- lin County. Court : Bob. *#, J. Brown. for elvil, criminiab Ik Monday In ondav in Slay; 4th Mon- tad Monday in iict, and iber of each \ ear. K-kt: Convenes 2nd tji In February. May. August eve—her of each rear. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CUMBERLAND rSbBVTbUUN, even* Sabbath at II o'clock 17:30 p.m. Rnv.J II V\ lf..rd, Sabbatb school every sabba b atfcSOa. m. superintend- snft. . PKMBTTERIiN. Servioea every Sabbath a II o'clock a. n. and 7:3U*u. ui.. Kev. fi. A l ua- Aitor. Sabbath school -ver> >ab- at tk30 a. jb. Pravnr meeting Wednesday night *...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 January 1894

*150.01 .. 80.01 ... nj jt line ft>' • of jA for at oar 8* MY has cut off the pay roll d officers of the army, and supreme court Is a good bill, but will lv pans. Jerry Smp9oir has introduc- ed a bi'l iu congress putting uanufactured wools on the ree list. And why not! If the wool producer is not to be protected, the man who manu- factures his product should not •*e. The law should give no tdvantage to the manufacturer ver the producer. —Denison Gazette. When the Dallas News wanted to prove that J. W McKlnnev^Tesw Bailey ^ aid a certain thing it •CI AUTHORIZED AWENW. L L Miller, Karmersvlll*. E F 1-mir, Gravbill. " lii got a certificate signed by 'popn|ist8. It did—Van Al stne News, The Dallas News does not stop to inquire to what church or what party a witness may or The Van seems ■ , . 3V-. • ... J F Cure, Melissa. L Holt, J R Self, Merritt. a. 8, Snorr. Verona. We hope that oar friend* in each com- , , mnntty wll wlcct ftome one at once to Uiay n( t belong to. repreaont Th* Db...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 January 1894

■ • - NOT IN IT! r all in Leavening Powe^ ~ Lgtes? U. & Gov't ■ IMIer See They will not carry Winter Goods over through summer. els, t > Jeans, Waterproof and Clothing, Special targets at which this add is intended. We appreciate the fact that the season is nearly closed for HEAVY GOODS And we will govern ourselves ac- cordingly. Dont Fail To See Us. Thanks for 1893 and best wishes for 1894. We are yours truly, ABSOUmY PURB m The dedication of the new Baptist church in this city last Sunday was well attended. The handsome structure was tfonstoD and Texas Csatral Railway j tilled to overflowing. Opening Time Table. j exercises werby choir sing- Qoing North, Xo~Arriv«. mi .. m. «' followed by prayer from P. * •• u 3 M 10:59 a. m- B. H. Shearer. Singing was then 8:14 a", m. resumed when Rev A. E. Baten P*™*Iannouced the following text: East Line Railroad." P', "Come dovD Trom ,he.cro" " 10:40 a m The sermon was ably and elo- C;30 p. m. | quently rendered. After the ' services we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 January 1894

m "i m mm - v.. L-..-. ; Mm ?-/ /££••' psi p£3ii£& pffPr MY GROG Tl ISO i Hib I ntJA: :nv" v^7L, t r?V ^ Ic^U^/ff |\\ \\ J - / £ ETTCSI I . \ \ \ \ M fl SOAP. ,2> i ll \\Xh&y I ©AR and it dees iud I l L • * J I' ?lil /I;at r)- cif.rnsfor it. FOR A^k your Grocer for it ^ and insist on having it. THE BEST SOAP MADE * L HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES. MADE ONLY BY RK.FA1RBANK & CO St.Louis. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T. A.('AI.PWRLU \. .!. < Ai.nwcL. CALDftELL & CALDWELL PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS Office up •lair.* over WyHe A. Baldwin'* South side Square. Residence ©n Wil- : 3*°®' & cox street. found in office day aqd night | H. L. 1 Larson, n Sherman, Tex., Dr c. 28.—A man by ihe name of A. .r. Caldwell can be a ken lives in this county, near V.n Alstyne. Miss Fannin England is the naoie of a band some young lady who lives in i rhe same community. Johu Dental Surgeon I Baldwin is the name of anotb- Office north side square, over Aron't j er young man who lives Hot •tore. Teeth ex...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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