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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

V ■","V T?"t mm* ■a? committee htse chilly morning* makes noi*«" like buying A Positive Guarantee I *■ Heating Stoves We have the nicest line ot Coal and Wood Heaters we have ever shown. Come and see for yourself. We make the pruee that sells the goods. Sam Nassie Furniture Company it BABE LUCAS, Manager. ❖ I a Ladies Shoes Just Received 15 Latest Styles of $ f^EZfcKYfc©P/_ X Our Julian and Kokenge High Grade Shoes ♦j V Newest Leathers and Lasts of all Styles Light Sole Turns and Extension Welts & f Prices $3.00. $3.50 and $4.00 £ t J. A. WATERS, The Shoe Man. f ( I KM vol It KIDNEYS Do Not Endanger Life Wlii'ii a Mc- , Kinney Citizen Shows V u the Curt', Why will people continue to .suffer the agonies of kidney complaint, backache, urinary disorders, lame- ness, headaches, languor, why allow themselves to become chronic Inva- lids, whan u certain cure is offered them ? Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy to use, because It Rives to the kid- neys the help they need to perform thei...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

HI OF T. S. JACKSON A1NH llltOl'OHT HKHK FROM TOM HKAH. A LARGE NUMBER ATTEND |g Pl"OCeSldo« Follow lUHiaiUH to ■Venn Grove (V*ttv«*tcry—Im- pressive Mrvicf*. CITIZKN SIXTY YKABM. Old Time* liwalN bjr Honored Ilca- Ident of <V>uuljr. The remains of Attorney T. S. JackvoB who died at the home of his Brother in Tom Bean, were brouKht Bar private conveyance to Howo, where they were placed on the H. 4k T. C. train, arriving here ut 1:16 Friday afternoon. They were accom- panied by a number of relatives and were met at Howe by a committee appointed by the I. O. O. F. I.odgo of this city, composed of Attorneys John Church. K. C. Merrltt, T. F. Mangum and H. L. Davis, these gen- ttenx'n. with the addition of Attor- neys W. M. Abernathy and L. C. Clifton, also compobitiJi n committee appointed by the McKinney bar for this purpose. The remains were met at the train by the mem bent of the I. O. © F. and Woodmen Lodges, and a j large number of relatives and Friends, and the long processi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

' "■ ' 4 *'w" W*R?www1 We Are Overstocked ON BUGGIES r-r J; *— *- • And in order to move name are offering special inducements for the next thirty days, by giving a reduction of 20 per csnt on same. We a'so have a large stock of' / e ra e>y and can make you the right prices and terms on them. Also the celebrate 1 Supeiior Drills. We have the goods uiul they are of the good kind. Come ainl trade wiih us. You will never regret it, il you buy your implements ol us. Collin County Implement and Vehicle K. E. CARPENTER, Manager, McKinney, Texas. YOUNG FAIKHWkK KI.OI'KM. Vlc«' Pnwidciit'N Son Ituns Away Willi Pittsburg <>irl. Steubenville, Ohio, Oct. 12.—An- nouncement la made here thut Fred- erick Cole Fairbanks, son of the vice president of the United States, eloped frotn Pittsburg with Nellie Scott and that, coming here, they were married. It Is stated that Mr. Fairbanks offered objections to the Marriage. The bride is a daughter ef a prominent East Side resident of Pittsburg. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 18 October 1906

m* * >.. '■ ^v, 14 ■ Dallas News. Officials of Texas I*reas Association—F. 11. lialllo, DuIIum, fomitT president; Torn 11. Lusk, Tom W. Perkins, Mr Kinney, l*re«t; C'. F. Lelniiunii, Halletaville, Treas. , Necy; EZ!35HaZL*Q^ir!' Dr. Lee Rhea, who came In from Pat-go. North Dakota, Saturday eve- ning, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mi - J. C. Rhea, went to Dallas to- day. • Uncle Jack Burma want to Dal.as this morning and will remain for several weeks, with his daughter, Mrs. A. C. Thompson. gpi; m i R ■ ife' Wk To Save a Few Dimes A GREAT OPPORTUNITY Means to meet all competition with the very best quality of goods at the very cheapest quality price. Every item in this house is a rare bargain opportunity, but to make it to your greatest interest we are going t > give you some big opportunities to lay in a supply of every day useful articles, that is used in your every dav life. YOU SHOULD NOT PASS THIS OREAt OPPORTUNITY BY GLASSWARE OPPORTUNITY St?t of thi.' very heaviest gohle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. 91.OO PER YEAR. McKlNNEV, COUJX (XII NTV, TK.VAN, TWRHDAY, OCTOIIKU U.-,, IIHMI VOL. *1, NO. :iH. OLD COLLIN COUNTY PAPER AO ED COPY OF THK MrKINNKY CHANDLER & ARMSTRONG SOUS DOES QREJT DAMAGE MESSENGER. HUT TEXAS CAMPAIGN A.0.CHANDLER TO CONTINUE TO DISSOLVE. Plerw Political HtruRRln ftefoi* the War Recalled—Contains E1«m- tlon Return*. A ]/ The latest election returns are usually the most Interesting, but our old friend, A. S. Oraves, has the tabulated result of an election hell nearly half a century ago which do not, by any raeaiiB, take a back seat for the modern contest at. the polls when It comes to attracting and holding the attention of thoRe to whom It Is shown, especially -among our older citizens. The ta- ble referred to was published In the old McKlnney Messenger. J. YV. Thomas editor, In 1859. It gives the result by counties of the Stale elec- tion held that year. Houston and Runnels were the opposing guber- natorlal candidates. In the previ- o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

BTT-pi% LfPiii v i,. v K |[m i matter* which the akin, llrcr, her organ* cannot take cat a I help. ipU . boils, enema and other erup* of appetite, that tlrod tooling, i turns, fit* of Indigestion, doll head- i and many other trooMufc uro due to They are removed by I's Sarsaparilla liquid form or iu chocolated iableU known as 8arsat«b«. lOCdoseafl. lutiu.. - ■ —n The Democrat-Gazette. Published «every Thursday. m ■ £v>] TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER H. WILSON, Cdltora, Publishers nd Proprietors. Tto Bvbaeribcr*: —The date printed opposite mr name r n the margin of the paper or on the wrapper tndlc*tc# the time to Wbica Jjour sub- scription 1* paid. All subscript Kins Ixpli* or. the Brst of Uwmonth. Any suwprlber nc. re- eeivlng the psper regularly will please notify us W* 4® not tend reoelpts for money paid or ••taorlptlons, but oi edit same on slip Wtaehad |, nanap If credit It DOt kbOWD OD §llp In tOf) Uw^idsw ofreailtunoe, netlfy this oW Subscript ton Itutes. Oae ropy one year 91.00 E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

♦ . ♦ $ G. E. AllKRSATI1Y, Fire In- ♦ ♦ rarnnrr ARfnt; olBc® vent ulda. ♦ ♦ Only li e -Ideal and boat com- ♦ ♦ panics r .resented. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 8m> W. S. PHILLIIH, For Live ♦ ♦ Stock litfiunmet. Represents ♦ 4 the National Live 8tock lnsur- ♦ 4 ance Co. of Dalian, Tex. Safe 4 4 company. Prompt payment. In- 4 4 sures against death from any 4 4 ctfuse and accidents that neeea- <• 4 sltates death. ♦ 444444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ^ 4 4 v 4 4 ❖ * DIl. JAMBS A. rTALDWKIili Office phone 145; residence 26 Office hours 8 to 12 a. m. 2 to 6 p. m. Practice limited to the eye, ear, nose, throat, women, skin, genlto, urinary organs, rectum and nervous system. Office upstairs west of Foote House, McKinney, Texas. ♦4 4444444444444 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 444444444 *>44 R. E. CHAMBERS, Fire lnsur- 4 ance Agent; represents nothing 4 but the best companies; at ❖ Star Bakery; pnone 84; Mc- 4 Kinney, Texas. 4 44444444444444444 4444444444444444 4 ♦ 4 riant Native Treea; peach,.4 4 pear, apple, plum, apri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

I <■: • J&Lm&iL *' ,.V *4 « ■ . iT. . I I T I n FOULTRY SHOW HERE w AMI REGULATIONS AND PREMIUMS FOR THE EVENT NOVEMBER 30 AND DECEMBER I. ivi bulks and regulations. t. *11 irt~ • •« '•« 10 "* n-" TUT^«. will b. rn.de in thl. premium HM lo «ny r pect after the commencement of the show. 3 Bntrle* may be made with the secretary on Thursday, Nor M or by addressing J. Fr k Smith, at McKlnney, previous to that date. No entries can be made after 10 o'clock a. m Friday, Nov. M l 06, except in case of unavoidable detention. 4 On the entry of poultry, an entry card will be furnished the Mhlbitor, which card must remain attached to the coop during the *^h"bUor8 at all times will give the necessary personal attention t the poultry they have on exhibition, and at the close of the show take entire charge of the same. The hour of closing will be 4 o'clock p. m.. Saturday, Dec. 1. f No unsound poultry shall be entitled to receive a premium. 7 The Association will take every precaution f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

* Ii iqpy .w ,. 4 T 'BAILEY RALLY HELD " AT THE (Oil HOUSE •C'llAltLlE KINC1 SHOOTS HIMSELF WHILE HINTING. WAS KEARID AT MUhPHY IhMuaJn* BioukIiI to (hat I'lwv and Irtcrrwi Accident Oc- < arcrd w«r Delia* \Otiarle« B. King, aged fifteen yearn accident 1) shot himself with a twen- ty-two caliber rifle while uut hunting with one of his boy friends near Dal- lu Saturday afternoon. The bullet entered the body just under the last rib on the left side and 1m supposed to hate taken an upward course. Dr. Stovall who atteuded the iujured boy stated that death was due to in- ternal hemorrhage. The boy lived one hour after the accident occurred. Eurly that ..fternoon young King, who is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Wil- liam R. King of 107 Tenth street, Oak Cliff, went hunting wilti his A well attended and enthusiastic meeting of friends and supportert of Senator J. W. bailey was held at the court house last night. Hon. J. II. Cough was elected chairman und vValler Keen secretary. The meet- ing w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

m White OouilMyuM THU) BALK LACK CURTAIN THIS HA UK •I.00 - ' 4'.' ' A ■ " x ■ ■ wmtm $ $ r 910.00 CwiUrrn'H Cloak* KMT -Klf A WLS LADIES CLOAKS I.A DIEM SHOES I'll IS HALF. SALE THIS HALE THIS "SALE 95.05 Spot Cash 94.OO DURING THIS Lailiti* Fine Hhoeu THIS HALK 93.30 9l.oo ao-hu-lt Black Taffeta Silk Thin Kale HOc SALE OUR BOOKS ARE CLOSED. NOTHING CHARGED TO ANYBODY Big Diss On January 1,1907, the firm of CHANDLER AlS From now until that date we will make exlfely the prices here mentioned will indicate. JCH Sale Begins LADIES' SKIRTS 97.50 Ml Wool Blankets THIH HALE 90.25 98.50 Children's Cloaks THIS HALE $2.00 M Cent Lonsdale Domestic THIS SALE • He 20 Oat LA 1)1 EH HOSE THIH HALE 2 Par 25c 1 S We have the largest showing -of tlie New Stylish high grade tailored Skirts, it has ever been our pleasure to show you. We can't mention the many styles, colors and priees, but every skirt in the store is on sale at a special dissolution price. 125—Ladit'H and misses fine Tailor made Skir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

.00 fiit-io UOIF.8 CLOAKS THIH BALK 90.79 90.00 LA 1)1 KM HK1HTH THIH HALK 99.70 91.00 LADIKH WAIHT8 THIH HALK 50c 90 Ont liMllfi I'Bhin Hultw THIH BALK 19c 9 .50 LADIKH HHOKH THIH HALK 92.05 9.1. (K) LADIKH HHOKB THIH BALK 99.50 ion Sale STRONG will be dissolved by mutual consent. y low prices in every department as a few of HANDLER will continue the business after Jan. 1st. , Oct. 26th $30,000 Stock of Fancy Dry Goods. Ladies Furnishings and Ready to Wear Garments Thrown on the Market at Ridiculously Low Prices. 11 >r Silks,Yetoefs and Dress Trimmings Our slock is t< o larpe to rraVe mention of eieh art c'e to be lomul with a cis*>lutio(i ticket on it. (Vine and see the 11. :t« Inch Chandler & Armstrong's $1.00 guaranteed Black Taffetta Silk, the best made ut the price, only four boltH to be Hold, an long as it lasts, on sale at HOc 19 inch fancy Shirt Waist Suit Silks In a large range of patterns, sold at $1.00 per yard; this sale 50c yard lit inch plain and changabl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

■BR? ■ ■■s ■ Days Sale ..AT. DRY GOODS CO rickinney, Tex. •sm GRA FALL OPENING t Matchless .te Si- vV P McKinney ^ & '£ Dty Gocds Company ' i ' r ~ VR^tvwr"9£wi The Entire House One Big Bargain Counter. Opens Oct. 1st, Continues 30 Davs. When inr'doors arc thrown open Monday morning, Oct. 1. it will bo the signal for tho beginning of the greatest money-saving sale ever inaugurated in this section «* untr*. As we have overstocked ourselus making prej aration for it Big Fall trade, and owing to the drop in cotton conditions, wv have decided to give the peoi iVdliii < <mntv a Money-Saving Sille- which will open Oct. 1st, and continue 30days. Below we quote you a few of tin-thousand bargain*.^ of t ne >!e of Men's Shirts 200 mens' white stiff bosom shirts, regular value i.oo and 2.00 4qc 50 doz colored stiff shirts, best value 49c Assorted colors Negligee shirts, regular value 75c 49C Our lion brand shirts, regular value 2.00 $1 49 Men's Underwear Mens' medium heavy knit un...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

o ooooooooooooooooc «V u The Farmer and His Bank fHIS BANK is firnt of all a farmers bank. It's stock holders and customers are largely farmers. It wants the accounts of farmers and will give them the best of service. Every farmer in Collin county is invited to visit us and inspect our offices and vsulta. Yob are Always Welcome. McKinney. Texas. J. W. FIELD. President. c. A. SANFORD. Vice- President and Cashier. ❖ >SHp| , «ft iX Ladies Shoes Just Received 15 Latest Styles of f ❖ Y X 1 X T Y X 1 x Y £ f ❖ t t J*>R EyETKY&ODV ;i; Our Julian and Kokenge High Grade Shoes $ Newest Leathers and Lasts of all Styles Light Sole Turns and Extension Welts Prices $3.00. $3.50 and $4.00 | % J. A. WATERS. The Shoe Man. J t ? Cor reel Dressers % V V The Newest, Nobbiest, Lattst, Most j Stylish, Up-to-Date line of V WINTER L v., Etc. in McKinney, here. To be Correctly Attired gentlemen should consult * •*. P. Less White The Gent's Furnisher and McKinney s Old est Merchant Tailor. "1-1 | 1...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

w m I t !• \ I § 1 !i ■ is- M MS Democrat-Gazette. Published U«v«i7 Thursday. TOM W. WAI/TBH B. WIMON, Md Proprietor*. Mat]aeribM*:-Tb* date printed oppajlw m2?r n.mTon tbe margin of the paper or on the SS-rfes w.rs W. <o eot end woetottjer "W.RS&S <BtaaoiintU>ii , hut cudtt tape on atip a'xaoncu i. *.,,«r if credit la not ahown on «llp in tao 8wmR date of rew Ittanoa^natlfy th.U otoa- Subscription IUtw. copy one year 91-00 Bntered u second-class mail matter. McKinney, Texas, Octolwr tWHt. In the meantime don t forget 'be poultry show to be bold here No- rember 30 and December 1. A paragraph In yesterday's paper stated that "Glorlus is the most tit- ting t«rm to discrlbe this weather. You will please understand that >...ib had reference solely to yesterday s weather. The entire country between the Hockey Mountains and the Missouri River has Just been swept by a se- vere blizzard, unprecedented for October. Snow and lee are every- where, wires nre down and truln servi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

Mai i i ©©©sms® i We Are Overstocked borne ON ten -educe hea, rarun back- BUGGIES And in order to move same are offering special inducements for the next thirty day#, bv giving a reduction of 20j>er cent on same. We a'so have a large stock of' ¥ rylt. 5s, in veeks Web- i fine doing irdi 1 home, water, 21 If to a lent of n stock er acre. In pain er, Jei w2t , J. H. oute 1. i dollar Weekly o 1907 of hlft >n com- i n k on Ice and d^jiio- itetnber Collin Ik loyal ated. 9 and can make vou the right prires and terms on them. Also the eeii bratel Superior Drills. We have the goods and they are of the good kind. Come and trade with us. You will never regret it, i' you bny your implements of us. of the jard of In the board. Hoard. 0 and Vehicle R. lv CARPENTER, Manager, McKinney, lexas HITTIJOSNAKK. COTTON PICKING IlKCOKD. immkxsi: Kl.Kt TIOX Sl'I'l'iilKH. How Being Provided for Various Voting Boxes. oute 4, rowing County Clerk W. M. Shirley Ih now engaged in preparing the election aup...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 25 October 1906

mmmm, „, w cooler degrees upon our fradnetee, and give 4l« loiua that wnl be honored by any Institution In America. Te- t&ugbt. Note* accepted for tuition. Positions guaranteed. Oat- it 1 laMon in penmanship fr e. Your name on 12 cards (or 2b ■tamps. We teach penmanship by mall. N. K. CTONK. Pres.. McKlnney, Texaa. Awful Headaches Are sure Indication oI soma form of fomeeh trouble, biliousness or a bad lira. MalarUt will next overtake yon. Don't risk It, and above ail, bn«"a—danyMMMi HERBINE ban tD tWr deadly offoo„ regularly will f< the digeetlvo oi„ , — _ tlon, head off blUoueneae, headaches, Um Ills, keep you In good health. TOY IV TO-DAY. Sold'by Smith Bros. A Co., MoKinney, Texas. Wish To Cured? Then Try fs Treatment With «ut Drugs, m-m\ KOi JllSHING THE DIS- K,"la5 24 MUtTS. NOT BY 0RUO- wais. Kiwy .•! rsi.Nt! tub sutii IZteSKZGltY UltrQLKSS MBDI- Tlfcttj «nntu*a no particles of any iu) found In the human •iurinK health, and they can bv /MepetidcQ ospon to cure disease....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

dis r THE # L gl.OO PER YEAR. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY TEXAS, THl RSDAYt NOVEMBEB I, 1U0«. VOL. 2 , NO. fflftty wedding sunday nigdt two convictions for oneoffense CLINTON COB WIN AND MISS AX- NIB NEWMAN. AT HOME BRIDE'S FATHER Onruibj Solemniwd In I'wwm* Pew Rrlatim and Friend*— To Kralde la Dallas. many killed in ' awful wreck confederate HI I.INO OF COURT IN JIM TAY- LOR MOTION. GRANTED A NEW TRIAL A pretty wedding ceremony wo* solemnized at the home of the bride's father, Bud Newman, on North Bradley street, at 7 o'clock Sunday night, when Mr. Clinton Corwiu of Dallas lead to the hymeneal altai Miss Annie Newman, in the presence w of u few relatives and friends, Dr. ^ 12. E. King officiating. The groom Is a re ulent of Dallas, being an elec- trician of that eity, and in said to l>e most excellent and highly esteem- ed yotur; man.. The bride wan roar- ed In this city and Is a youuK liulj ^ of many admirable trails of eh ame- ter. attractive and deservedly popu- lar. The newly w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

sfsfev In and day oat tber« li Uwt feeling that make* a burden of Itself, dora not strengthen. Bleep doea not refresh It la hard to do, hard to bear, what Id be easy,—vitality la uu the ebb, and whole sy s t<>ra suffers. For this condition take Yellow Hood's Sarsaparilla It vitalises the blood und elves vigor and to all the organ* and functions. In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets kuown as S«rsr*9be. lUOdosesSl. The DemocraNiazette. Published -.every Thursday. TDM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. Wll/SON, Niton, Publishers and Proprietors. To bul*t rtb«'rk;-The date printed opposlt. yaur nttmv < n the margin of the paper of on lb< wrapper Indicate* the time to which your *ub- ecrtptlon 1* paid. All subecrtpUon* expire on tbalrat of tne month. Any BUt*ci1ber nc: re- qdikm the psper regularly will pleane notify u We oo ooi send receipt* for money paid oi •afeeurlpllob*, but ciedlt *ame on *llp •'Ucliftt Ij paper, If credit la not «hown on slip In ten 4«r* from date of remlt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

Dortt Suffer all night lon<? from toothache neuredtjio. or rheumatism SloacKS Lirvinveivt kills the pain — quiets the nerves &nd induces sleep At eJI dealers. Pirlce 25c 50c &H00 Dr E&rl S.SIocjv, Bostor\,Ma.ss.U.S.A. arrangements for bailey's visit WKDN KHDA Y. iiuimims t( I'ltOYB NOT.lfiLG HVKNT HKIIE. TO HOLD THE KATY TRAIN Dc|iiirlur<' Will be Delayed t'util Aflt-r Speaking—Committee of Uulle* Appointed. MKT TRAGIC DEATH. "'(irmtT Oollln County Boy Victim of Fatal Accident. AI toga, Oct. 31.-—Lon Ray, son or Mr. snd Mrs. W. A. Ray, was born March 23. 1881 near thin place. Lon was reared hero and was loved by (ftl who know him. He was h mom bar of the Altoga band tip to thu tlmo he Joined the army four years ago. Ho served his time out anu wont to Everett, Washington last January, whore ho met his death Saturday about noon, Oct. 13. While work'ng for the Tukilto Lop King Co., he made a jump from one <ur to another, his clothes hung and pullel him hack, throwi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

•• v. +. Mr. Knight has just returned from market, the second time this fall, where he made big purchases and picked up many lots of Goods under value. We offer some big bargains the next II days. Allen's, Boys and Youth's Suits and , Overcoats at Special Prices 200 little fellows belted suit*, $1.75 and $2.00 values Knight's Price 1 50 Large range of patterns in little boys suits at $2.00, $2.50 and 3 50 38 men's $7.50 fancy suits, Knight's special cut price 6 OO 200 men's suits in large ran#e of patterns, black and fancy worsteds, sell at other stores at $12.50, our special price 10 OO See our specials in Men's Suits at $12.50 and ^ © OO Eureka Carpet Warp tlfe best spool warp made on sale the box $1.25 Only a few of the good things to be found at our store during the next New Waistings and Wool Suitings On Sale 2u0 yards newest plaid waisting, mercerized,',Ginghams, 35c value, the yard gg See the pretty plain and fancy wool suitings, we are show- ing at the yard only gQ 56 inch B...

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