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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

'' .' f<rv ■ j \ , ;wK3pM & Hw *'■r, "•• " " .v. - f ' \ . TUB WBKK1 'W^:, ., ' • .,'* , - i*" ' 4 ' . < i A Refreshing Beverage jj I *1 will our fine stock of Liptan's Teas pro- ii (vide for the home. There is something ir- resistable about its taste. Our stock in- [cludes only the best of imported teas, and ii [it takes only a trial to prove it OUR STORE not only carries the best of ii 't,eas, but has a well-filled stock of grocer- ii Is of all kinds. Everything required for ii | the table can be bought here at exceedingly ii low prices. Vt'e want your steady custom. : K1STLER & BRISTOL TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. PHONES 04 AND 525. >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+«*+ SUDDEN DEATH AT DENTON. jn-mer McKlnney Citizen and Prominent Lumberman. [The old friends of Jesse J. 1). Mc- illar In this city and county will grieved to learn of hl3 sudden ^ath, which occurred at his home Denton August 12, due to acute [digestion. Mr. McCullar married llss Ray Clardy, sist...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1912

. !: Mr >w ■> THE WEEKLY DEMQCRAT-QAZBTTE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1#1J. pT;.. * Ji AND THE BIG SALE GOES Since the weather has cleared up and made it possible for the people to come to town, we have been busy in our big store. The people realize that we mean business and that we are going to do the business. Now the big sale closes Saturday night, August 24, so come today and buy what you need while prices are low. r Shoes Bargain Priced If you wore ever offered a bargain in Shoes this is your opportunity. All 6.50 Stacy Adams Shoes 4.95 All 6.00 Stacy Adams Shoes 4.75 All 5.50 Stacy Adams Shoes 4.45 All 6.00 Stetson Shoes 4.50 All 5.50 Stetson Shoes 4.35 All 5.00 Stetson Shoes 3.?5 Hats at Greatly Reduced Prices. All 3.00 quality for Stetson 6.00 Hats for Stetson 5.00 Hats for Stetson 4.50 Hats for Stetson 4.00 Hats for 195 4.75 3.95 3.65 3.15 Prepare for the Big picnic. % This sale affords you the (Opportunity to buy what goods you need for the big picnic which takes place in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

&JWU THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 80. McKlNKBT, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 09, tOltt. 1 picnic t The thirteenth annual ex-Confed- erates andl Old Settlers' picnic and reunion opened yesterday with a light first day's attendance, but as the time move* by the crowds are coming in from the country and many on the interurban. The parade formed about 9 o'clock andl at 10 o'clock the parade was in lino of march around the square, lead by Orand Marshal Tuck Hill. Director Jack Sports- man, who was gracefully riding a big Collin county mule, then came, and the decorated drays andl other vehicles. Among the pretty drays was the one of Sam J. Massle and Smith Drug Co., which was beauti- fully decorated and drawn by the big gray team of Charlie Phelps. A banner on the side of each horse read "Pulling for Massle." The Magnolia Oil Co. of which A1 Bomar 1b agent here, had a beautiful float in the parade. Ooodner Grain Co'e. float was one of the most attractive, which was beautifully decor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, l lf. > / Getting Rich t A few get rich quickly hut it is generally done on the installment plan. That means spending less than one earns, and increasing the hank balance step by step. Many a man has lost what he accumulated by trying to be his own banker. It's hard to accumulate money out of a bank. Open an account here and be on the safe side. The First National Bank McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 '4 per cent interest paid on savings accounts United States Depository John Lovejoy, Presldont. Fred Emerson Active Vice Pre#. Francis H. Welch, Vice P. Howell E. Smith, Cashier. J. O. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. Big Auction Halo. Jim Cunningham of near Prosper was in our office recently and loft an order for some circulars awl placed an ad in the Weekly Damo- Perkins' Nurseries Now is the proper time to plant your trees, shrubbery, etc. We have acclimated stock, especially adapted and grown for McKin- ney, Col...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

. KHMhm ■■ IgttiMSm. fr <n <« <>4 > <>1. f ° ( t< ♦ < ' < ♦ < X ► i ► < ► "Billy, the Buggy Boy" FOR Fly Ease For Horses and Cows Also Nice Sprays His Place Is Head- quarters for the Best K ■< THE? WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-< STOLEN AUTO IS ■t W. R. HILL H K COPT'' • ••*■ '. ...ft* JbSO an old bench or other piece of woodwork is a fascinating pastime <> which can be successfully enjoyed by any one. A little of HARRISON'S "TOWN AMI COUNTRY" PAINT . often renders a commonplace article about the same as new. We sell paints in any quantity, and keep on hand the highest grades for all purposes. WILCOX LUMBER COMPANY ;j Paint, Sash, Brick and Lumber. Phone No. 120. < Mrs. Mary McMillen and daugh- ter, Miss Ola, of Allen, were shop- TO AUTO OWNERS Have Just received $2000 worth of Red Tubes and guar- anteed tires. Settlement made by O. A. BRANNON, McKin- ney, Texas. FREE; AIR and gasoline on the outside. ping in McKinney Saturday after- noon. An aut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUOUBT f , 1912. Set Your Teeth In a Biscuit Made From WHITE BILLOWS Notice how crisp and sweet the crust—how de- liciously flakey and light the interior—then wonder why you ever used and other. JhT*-' JUst as good for Pies, Cakes and Pastry, too. forty-eight pounds of Purity and Wholesomeness in every package. You owe a trial. Order a Sack Today And Be Sure It's WHITE BILILOWS ; Collin Gounty Mill & Elevator Co. McKinney, Texas. 1 The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISH KD KVF.R V TlUltSDAV. Tom W. Perkins, Walter 1$. Wilson, ISditoi'ft, Publisher* and Proprietors. Greenlierry Adams, ( ircuhitlon and Assistant Business Manager. Entered as fiecond-class mail 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 subscription^ expire on the first of the month. Any feubscrlher not receiving the paper regularly will please notify tin. The unu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

. til. i 1* K • ...... Children Cry for Fletcher's CASTOR IA The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been in use tor over 80 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under j per- sonal supervision since its hiluncy. r, Allow no one to deceive you in this* All Counterfeits, Imitations and " JuMt-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment* What is-CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pare* eric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms trishness. For more than thirty years It nstant use for the relief of Constipation, #iS(W is .in J Its and allays Fevei I been In constant Wind Colic, patlon. all Teething Troubles and the Stomach and Bowels* It regulat dilates the Food, giving healthy and natural Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend* GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

'■r THE WEEKLY JUDGE W. M. PIERSON, of Dal- las, Coin manner Camp W. I.. Ca- bell, United Bonn of Confederate VetenuiH. Honorarj member of Sterling Price Camp Confederate Veterans at Dalian. Cli Urman City Democratic Executive Committee In and for the City of Dallas, delivered an addrces at 3:110 p, in. yesterda TO STOP MIHT COLLIN COUNTY STOCK WINS Avner E. Muck arrived home Monday, from Greenville, where he attended the four days Hunt County fair, which held the moat successful annual exhlbtlon last week in all Its career. Mr. Buck wan the ollicial Btarter for the races and judge of the night horse show events that were held each night before the grandstand. Exhlbts in every de- partment were the best that were ever made at the Fair. The at- tendance was also most encourag- ing. Mr. Buck Hdys that it. makes him heartsick to think his own be- loved1 home county does not likewise avail herself of her splendid oppor- tunity to give annual fairs. We are In a position to pull off a cou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

IMi <' I 'Mk nMMMHHHMHHMHMHM'MMMIBni jpf, ■•,' f' '' <■ ^ * tfJwi i * « <•- <? ' f' II flHS 1 MB HHB Be Glad to Have You VISIT OUR EXHIBIT AT THE PICNIC! We are always glad to have you, either at our store or exhibit. Waterloo Boy Gasoline Engines. Superior Grain Drills. Bain Wagons. Success Sulky Plows. Drag and Disc Harrows. Hardware, Stoves, Implements and Vehicles. COLLIN COUNTY IMPLEMENT & VEHICLE CO. i McKINNEY, TEXAS. ON THE WING | Personal Mention of People You Know by Our Field Mun. With Buckskin feeling his oats |nd more than anxious to get busy, >'e tumbled over the rough roads Intll Frisco was reached late last flonday evening. As it is a difficult matter to teach [n old dog new tricks, we had to Jeep up the old habit acquired sev- jrai years ago and scalp "Undo Johnny" Braiach, of the Bowlby [ommunity. We dislike to remove le pate from these old veterans of lie cross, but our habit is a set (rlnciple and we can no more resist le tempatation than :i pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

\ If#/ : !4 Vv/^ The Old Oaken Bucket Filled to the brim with cold, clear purity—no such water nowadays. Bring back the old days with a glass or bottle of It makes one think of everything that's pure and wholesome and delightful. Bright, spark- ling, teeming with palate joy—it's your soda fountain old oaken bucket. f?„ _ _ Our new booklet, rree telling of Coca- Cola vindication at Chatta- nooga, for the asking. Whenever you see an Arrow think of Coca-Cola. Demand the Genuine as made by THE COCA-COLA CO atlanta, oa. 2-1 I r. McLarry's IVwcrlptlon. Dr. McLarry will carry his med- icine to any house In the county. His Female medicine la making au- tonlshlng cures, even curing insan- ity. His Kidney Medicine is takeu for Pterygium of the eyes; curing Bronchitis and Appendicitis. Also cures Rheumatism and dropsy. All kinds of Fever cured In four days. Acute Rheumatism cured in four days; acute Meningitis cured in one hour. Female Trouble. State of Texas, Collin county. To whom it May Con...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURBPAY, AUGUST 29, 1 12. In the Days of Old Many frien were compelled by force of circumstances to live on any gro- ceries th«.y"'could. j £ They lived in constant danger from impure food* and knew it. To-Day you can put your money into our quality groceries and feel absolutely sure of their purity and your safety. Why don't you do so. We carry a large assortment of the best at fair prices. KISTLER & BRISTOL TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. PHONES 94 AND B35. HAYS HO ADS AUK FINK. Dick SnWer and Neighbors Made I'ine lluad with Drag. A reporter of this paper was re- cently talking to Dick Snider, a farmer of the Lucas community, and in speaking of the roads being bo rough between McKinney and Lucas, he said that they could have been put in much better shape with a good split-log drag. He stated that the farmers of his community all joined together and worked on l lie roads with the split-log drag between Lucas and Wylie ami that at present the roads are in li...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

fe lyi pn^iiiNU THE WEEKLY DEMOCBAT-OAZETTB, THURSDAY. GREATEST OF ALL SALES These tire in lalcfit styles mid Pump*. S *e tlieui. 14.00 and 43.00 quality, Bale price $2.2.5 $3.00 quality; Halo price 01.95 IU.50 quality; sale price $1.7.1 $2.00 quality; sale price Sit.1.1 Aiiovo prices will close out the entire lino, so come fust if you want choice. We are offering you In this sale broken lines of assorted kinds for 95o. Nothing in the lot sold fcr less than up to $3.00. Nha|Ha«>, Indie*' Slippers and Pump, Strap pumps, one and two-eyelet 'flea and Oxfords, choice O.lc HAItEFOOT SANDALS $1.25 and $1.00 grade ..05c 76c grade for .10c 60c grade for .'I5<: They won't he here long, come early. Children's Pumpa and Strap Pumps, tan and black, our entire line regular prices $ 1.50, $1.75 and $2.00; on sale for $I.OO J. A. WATERS IS GOING TO SELL THESE SIIOI \s not Ladies' Tailor- t ing a Speciality j The time lias come when the ladies, as well aa the men, want their clothing made-to-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

(OTHER OF URGE FAMILY [TdU How She Keeps Her For fKote Who Take Her Advice. ✓ ' pmim Scottville, Mich. — " I want to tell you (how much gooi} Lydia E. Pinkham'a Veg- etableCompound and Sanative Wash have done me. I live on a farm and have worked very hard. I am forty-five years old, and am the mother of thirteen children. Many people think it strange that I am not broken down with hard work and the core of my fam- l"y. but I tell them of my good friend, ydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound, and that there will be no back- ache and bearing down pains for them if they will take it as I have. I am scarcely ever without it in the house. / "I will say also that I think there is no better medicine to be found for young girls. My eldest daughter has taken Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound for painful periods and irregular- ity, and it has helped her. 1 "I am always ready and willing to sak a good word for Lydia E. Pink- i's Vegetable Compound. I tell every I meet that I owe my heal...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUGUST >9, 1012. THE LOCAL HAPPENINGS F FRIENDSHIP. Mre. T. M. Phelps was u.i the sick list last week. Mrs. Joe Dulton of ForoBt Orove in visiting In Kentucky. MIbb Rose Klepper la visiting In Richardson this week. Miw Ktna Turnbow visited In the Lucas community Sunday. Mrs. Mae Jackson of Klchardbon visited In this community last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson visited in the Lucas community Sun- day. Mrs. Hattlo G'oher and children are visiting at Madlll, Okla., this Mrs. Vlrgie White of Dallas Is vis- iting her mother, Mrs. Kerr, of For- eet Grove, this week. Rev, D. P. Brumfleld of Lowery Crossing preached at the Baptist church Sunday evening. Miss Leotna McCargo of Ravenna is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chaney, this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Turnbow and Mr. and Mrs. Pink Strickla'nd at- tended church at Orchard Gap, Sun- day. Mrs. Leila. Hill and children of Celima are visiting at her father's, Joe Dulton, of Forest Grove t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1912

12 Fag«s This Week a he Weekly THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. 81. 'ft T. FOSTER'S WEATHER BULLETIN (Copyrighted 1912 by W. T. Foster) Washington, D. C., Sept. 5.—Last bulletin gave forecasts of disturb ances to cross continent Sept. 12 to 18, warm wave 11 to 15, cool wave 14 to 18. The week ' covered by this disturbance will bring higher average temperatures than the week previous and rainfall will be of greater than usual force. Tho cool wave following will not go to as low temperatures as the cool wave preceding the disturbance. Next disturbance will reach Pa- cific coast about Sept. 17, cross Pacific slope by close of 18, great oentral valleys 19 to 21, eastern sections 22. Warm wave will cross Pacific slope by close of Aug. 17 great central valleys 19, eastern sections 21. Cool wave will cross Pacific slope about Sept. 20, great central valleys 22, eastern sections 24. Where there is sufficient moisture in the cotton states this weather will be quite favorable to the growth of top cotton a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1912

'>„ .11 J When the bones ache and the Joint* are Inflamed, with much tenderneea at the affected parts, you need a powerful penetrating agent to overcome tbe attack- BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT IS A PAIN RELIEF OF CREAT EFFICACY. It* wonderful pc-nptrfttlnK power affords a most grratifyiriK Bonne of relief to the afflicted. It ensea pain qub'kly, subdue* all Inflammatory conditions and rapidly restores strength and comfort in the aching JointH. it i« equally effective in reiie\..ig neuralgia and sciatica. Hub it In well, gently but thoroughly; its healing and strengthening influence is manifest as soon as It reaches the nerves at the neat of the disturbance, a few applications controls thu disorder and restores normal conditions. Aa a household remedy for curing cuts, wounds, burns, sores or the hundred and one accldcnts that are always occurring to the flesh, it has no superior. Put Up in Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle. JAMES P. IIA 1.1.A It!) rnopniETon ST. LOUIS MO. For...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1912

,? DEMOCRAT- QA3BTTB. TH HP1 B, l lt. k>l ware made from full weight prime plates. Full weight plates used in eaeh ^ le we sell, whether it be IC or IX. The markets best stamped wares offer- >t less than you usually pay. MUFFIN PANS 3 1-4x1 1-2 Inch cupe, oue- plece frame. 3-qt 5c 6-qt 10c 6-qt 10c JELLY CAKE TINS T532, Deep Jelly Plates each ,5c "EASY CUT" WARE Have you used this Improved Rtyle? T537, Pie Plate, 1 1-2 In. deep, flaring sides, re- volving knife riveted in cen- ter. 9-ln. 3 for 25c u DAIKY PANS Shallow Pudding Pans knowin as dairy pans. ToOO, plain full wt. 2 10 .5c 10C PUDDING PANS T504, Plain Extra deep. 3-inch -5c 5-inch JO® 0-inch ,0c BASINS OH BOWLS Plain, with eyelet. TO7, It 1-2-lnch 5c TO 8, 13-lnch 10c PIE PLATES T527 1 1-2 Inches deep. 9 in 3 for 10c Genuine "lienlb" Fruit Press The regular "Honls." Known Everywhere. Note our prices. 4H3090—10 in. Japanned steel frame, plunger and cap. retlnned metal. Each vjc 4115325- Vo. 5 size Dover pattern Egg Dea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1912

WHITE BILLOWS PRODUCER OF DELICIOUS BREAD CAKES AND PASTRY TRY'ONE SACK AND YOU WILL ALWAYS USE THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- QAZKTTE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER t, lllf. WHITE BILLOWS The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter It. Wilson, Editors, Publishers anil Proprietors. Greenberry Adams, Circulation and Assistant Business Manager. Entered ub second class mail matter. To Subscribers—The date pr'nted opposite your name on the margin of the paper or on thf? wrapper indi- cates the time to which your ub- scription is paid. All subscriptions expire on the first of the month. Any subscriber not receiving the paper regularly will please notify us. ANENT GOOD ROADS. We pay n fax of twenty cents on the $100 for roads and bridges. Tlint much tax ought to be a great deal more than it la doing now, and It would, too, if used judiciously. We do not mean that the commis- sioners are squandering it, bat we mean that the present system of building is wrong. The money, if spent l...

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

THE DEMOCRAT-OAZHTTE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1918. ( f GER PERIOD OFWOMANS' LIFE FROM 45 to 50 % Interesting Experience of Two Women—Their Statements Worth Reading. Asheville, N.C. — "I suffered for year* with female trouble while going through the Change of Life. I tried a local phy- sician for a couple of years without any substantial benefit Finally after re- peated suggestions to try Lydia E. Pink- ham's^egetable Compound, I quit my physician and commenced using it with the happiest results. I am today prac- tically a well woman and anxious to con- tribute my mite towards inducing others to try your great medicine, as I am fully persuaded that it will cure the ailments from which I suffered if given a fair chance.. " If you think this letter will contrib- ute anything towards further introducing your medicines to afflicted women who are passing through this trying period, it is with great pleasure I consent to ita publication." —Mrs. Julia A. Moore, 17 East St, Asheville, N. C. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZBTTB, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. HIS. SOLDIERS MIO SETTLERS Wcdw*di)( Afternoon I'rouriiin. The program at lhe grand stand began Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at which time Col. C. c. Cnntmings of Fort Worth was introduced by hte old-time ft lend, Dr. .1. F. Butler of Wylle. Dr. liutler was Introduc- ed by Senator Tom \V. Perkins. Dr. Butler, In a few highly compliment- ary reinarka of Col. dimming*, whom he had known for many years spoke a few wordH to the ox-Con- federates and visitors Col. Cuui mings was greeted with applause He Is a favorite with everyone wh knows him, and Is one of the best posted men on Civil War history In the state. 11 Ih nubject was the "Confederate Pension Amendment, which the Colonel handled In a very interesting and mom intelligent manner. During the course of Ills address he referred most feelingly to hie old comrade, the late W. M. Aber nathy, and seme other citizens of Collin county. He said that be and Hon. W. M. Abernathy were two o...

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