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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

\ SUFFERED EVERYTHING Far Fourteen Yean. Restored To Health by Lydia E.P~?r ham's Vegetable Compound. Loss of IN LAND OF LONG STAPLE COTTON Walter B. Wilton has returned home from a two days business trip UAAiJ'a fiaMana«llla to Woodland, Red River county, alOOCl S ^SlTSSipSirillSi Texas He found cotton In that which purifies and enriches the blood county, like In Collin largely open and buUda up the wholo .yBtemt and pickers In great demand. But^ Qet It today In uau.it liquid form or Is loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and 1* often a forerunner of prostrating dis- ease. It Is serious and especially so to people that must keep up and doing or get behindhand. The best medicine to take for It is the great constitutional remedy ■gin, III.—"After fourteen years of the crop Is not so good In Red River chocolated tabieu called Sarsataba. cwaHnued its —Mrs. Hbnr everything from female com- I plaints, I am at last | restored to health. "1 employed the [best doctors and even went to the hosp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

E WALIJH CHAPEL. Ita. John Poe has been very 111 1s Improving. John Bassham of Mt. /Ion visited nlatlTM here recently. Two of Mr. Hud Craft's children in ilck of typhoid fever. Mr. And Mrs. Will High vlHltod Kick Hlght and wife recently. R. M. Moore visited his daughter, Mrs. Will Shipley, at McKlnney ro- oaatly. Mr, and Mre. Henry Wallls visit- ed their daughter. Mrs. Mack Hlght, reeently. A. M. Wilson of Roland visited his nephew*. Elmer and Henry Wallls, 'Wednesday. Jim Nichols and daughter, Miss Dora, visited Joe Nichols and family aaa day last week. A namber of young people attend- ed Ml* Ice cream supper at Melissa ■atvrdar night, the 21. Mis* Alta Wallls returned homo ■••day morning after a short visit to Mendfl at McKlnney. Mr. Joe Nichols and family and Wallls were the guests of Mr. Id Mr*. Mack Hlght Sundny. ■las Roxio Bell Potts of McKin- W visited Miss Alta Wallls the week, returning homo Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsha Hwalm of Van JLIstyne visited the latter's brothers, Mi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

, , :• '' ' . c-v <1^;.;^^ A Wi*j! war w •- airaaa&zrss■■i |p■ !■ ■■avM| ' 3 ..- \¥- ,i ■ • gggj^ A^y.* • -Mr-. % -i-ft'i . wJH 'fi- ^ • / "V ' iff THE BIO STORE ON THE NORTHWEST SIDE SQUARE. DON'T BE MISLEAD. $150,000 Worth New Goods Come Every Day 9 Come Saturday, Oct 5th MATTHEWS BROTHERS This is a Big Sale and Matthews! |*>c a Ca«/mrv* "U/n Hat/n Hin ^aaiIc " The Store That Makes Yo Bros. Pays Your R. R. fare It S a Dig Mying. We liaVe H1C UOOCIS. Dollar Go the furtherest It takes three floors for this mighty stock and every department is crowded with bright, new fall goods. Never in the history of the Matthews Bros, have they been better prepared to wait on the masses that frequent this big store. A marvelous exhibit of pretty goods worth coming many, many miles to see. We have one standard only, one of service, whether your purchase is large or small. There must be no difference in your treatment. One price and that the lowest. $25,000 Worth of Millinery and Dresses,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

f -T7i 'j- • WBHJLLY DEMOCRAT- GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCT. , IIII v M' W'x . LITTLE LEAKS KEEP PEOPLE POOR If you have hope^to have "your ship come in' i se«e day, stop the leaks that impede its progress. Don't wait until part of that fortune you want to ! save is gone beyond recall. §13 You can begin to STOP THE LEAKS right now by opening an'account with The First National Bank McKinney, Texas. Founded 1869 4 per ccnt interest paid on savings accounts United States Depository John Lovejoy, President. Fred KSmerBon Active Vice Pres. Francis H. Welch. Vice P. Howell IS. Smith, Cashier. J. O. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. WW Organize Now Tiorige. 0. T. Morris of Houston la here aall announces that he will locate permanently In our city. He will or- aaalne a local lodge of the Brother- heed of American Yeoman, one of Registered Poland China flogs For Sale I sell nothing but the very best and I guarantee satisfaction with every sale. Write me your wants. My prices ar...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

y'■ : ■ !■/ -V ■ .. >< V ;iw- , . , " ■ '* ■■' yi IP MlNa \ Sflr jMB. fa r " , fca ■■> .&• > t t'1'5!* # ■mm® ' •• "'■■■ .' 'V'Vffc #:• ; .-a * ■ -■ A'm > * " 4 r><: A Successful Wheat Growers Ideas of a SUPERIOR SEEDING DRILL n r -0 McKinney, Texas, September 28th, 1912. Collin County Implement & Vehicle Company. Gentlemen: I own a SUPERIOR DRILL and think it the best on the market. It sows the grain at the bottom of the furrow made by the disc and does not scatter it over the ground. This drill will take the hard ground and sow where others only cknt it and sow on top. It sows evenly and insures a better stand of grain. It will sow in the corn stalks and trash where other makes will choke up in the disc. It is the best drill I ever used for sowing oats. It will sow any amount desired and with accuracy. Anyone wanting my opinion of a disc drill will be referred to the SUPERIOR SINGLE DISK DOUBLE FORCE FEED DRILL. JIM BRYANT, McKinney, Texas, R. F. D. No...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

TMP WULT DMMOORAT- QAZBTTg, THURSDAY, OCT. I. If 11 1 ON THE WING I'anoiuil Mention of People Vou Know by Our Field Man. frith Buckskin frisky as a youiiK calf In a green meadow, we started early last Monday morning in search of Hcalpt*, and the first to lose his pate for the good of tho cause was •tinted in making a big crop of corn, and cotton, concluded that a dollar ■pent for a good paper waa a wise Investment. We appreciate the big 'dollar he rolled Into our jeans for one year's subscription to the Dem- ocrat-Gazette which la recognized as the beat paper published In Collin county. T. W. Ulgbie is another Fannin man but moved to Collin county five yoars uko. Mrs. Bigble was former- ly MIuh Moliie Woods and whose father for several years wan a clerk l«ctioutr and produce man of Melis- sa. Has been in business for fifteen years, In the same building and the same llue of business, the only dif- ference is that instead of a small be- ginning it Ih now one of large pro- portions. Li...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

:<W': ,.V tin _ \ TS( . w. W$ SI — WHAT MEN WILL ' ■<**74f i ' fi ' m Don't Buy Until You See DICK ALLEN Offerings From the Largest Clothing and Shoe House in Collin county Listen Parents: We are closing out our line of Boy's Clothing and will sell every Boys' Suit at HALF PRICE. Bring your boys here and buy that Fall Suit at a Saying. They won't last long at this price. Come in at once. Copyright 1911 t The House of All the new shades in men's new FallfSuits Kuppenhetmer are now being shown at this big'Store. i Attractive prices on every Suit in the^house L ♦'DICK ALLEN Will Save You , MONEY Listen Men: ; NEW SH0ES- 0ur line of • New Fall Shoes is second to none. See the pretty tans, very popular for Fall Wear prices from $4 to $6. Other good shoes at $2 to $3.50 OVERCOATS--The good fitting kind in the latest weaves, shades and styles. Prices from $10 to $25. It's not too early to buy that overcoat now. See the New FALL HATS at $3.00 to 5.00 Men's New Fall Suits at $12.50 to ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

Listen! Ladies Have you seen those pret- ty new fall Boots we are now showing? You are sure to admire them. Come in right away. A. WATERS J. JS GOING TO SKLL TlllvSK HlfOKH 1; To The Ladies 1 Allow me the pleasure of owing you the new style* fer (all suits and dressea. qj And allow me to explain why I can sell you a better •ait for loss money than you might pay elsewhere. q We also invite the men wtoo are particular about their clothes to call on us. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAII/OK. 1 TAIliOKK FOR LADIES AND | GENTLEMEN. I cr PERSONAL .* PARAGRAPHS THURSDAY. Claude Farley of near Weston wis in McKlnne^ this morning. Bud Ray was a business visitor la the county seat today from Altoga. Lewis Whitson of Ardath was in McKlnney today with a bale of cettea. R. Self of Vlney Orove No. 2 mar- keted three bales of cotton here this afternoon. Jim Sherman of the Mt Zion com- munity was a business visitor In the county seat tolay. "Uniole Bob" Moore of Wallls Chapel was a business visitor in Mc-...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 October 1912

/ y f-^P" r jW ■ mm* •> ■ "# ■ "i"'' ■• ■ ■«■ ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT Awfetable Reparation firAi Infants rciinl)knv Ptoipoles DigeationChcerfli iwss and RestjContalnsneite Opium .Morphine norMtoeraL Not Narcotic. i jjwfect Remedy for Cunilw item, SourS toraach,DUrrto« WornujConvulsions feverish ml Loss of Sleep. IteSimfc Sijnarore of NEW YORK. VI <> IllOlltllS oUl js d.'s. s -jsc nts L under the i Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. The Kind. You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years THI VKNTAUR OOMNNV, HtW YORK OIT*. WATI nu>AY BIG DAY. Ml Crowd in Town and Merchants Bare Extra Fine Buiiness. "It has been like olden times to- waa the response from the busi- ness men In McKinney Saturday in anawer to "How's your business''" Faople came to McKinney from ev- •flf section of Collin county to buy gdtds from our merchants and to spend a day in a good town. There waa not a store in McKinney but what was busv. The grocery store,...

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

(7. M1" m >mOORAT-QA? 1 3 ■ — I The Most Stylish and Economical Apparel Ever Shown at the Greatest Stores * ^ i v. rat T"*VERY department is running over with styles that makes this store the Fashion Center of McKinney. Come to this store first—see the newest things that will be worn this season, and then let/us save you money on your / > purchases. Read over carefully every item listed below. This will give you an idea ( ' i of the wearables you will need for yourself--for your boy—your girl or bther relative. Cool weather calls for warmer clothing. Buy where your dollar brings you a dollar's worth. REMEMBER WE SELL FOR LESS Men's Fall Shoes When you think of shoes think of us. We are remodeling our shoe department so as to have more room for our immense stock of Fall Shoes. Gun metal, tans, patents and vicis, button and lace are all here in the latest lasts, prices from $2 to $6.50 Hen's Furnishings We make a special- ty in handling the correct styles that go witn the chang-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1912

• iOlyfCi .if;,- The EMOCR AT-GAKEITE 4= THTRTIKTH YEAR, NO. 30. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1012. ■—i—BJ- ONK DOLLAR PER TSAR. [SEEING THE SIGHTS IN THE GOLDEN GATE Editor Courier-Gazette and Week- ly Democrat-Gazette: I went from Los Angeles to Ban Francisco by the Santa Fe Railway which runs inland aoout the centre of the State. What struek me aB the most interesting feature on the route was the famous San Joaquin Valley, formed by the Sacramento river. The land has been reclaimed from the marsh some two feet lower than the river into which the drainage 1b pump- ed over an embankment and then con- ducted back as needed for irrigation, livery kind of crop seemed to grow luxuriantly including great fields of asparagus, and other vegetables usual- ly sold In cans. The railroad terminus is on the mainland from which the city ia reach- ed by a ferry. Two peninsulas or arms of land, one from the North and the oilier from the s uth, reach out from th<> mainl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1912

TUB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- 3AZETTE, THURSDAY, OjCT s •£ LITTLE LEAKS > KEEP PEOPLE POOR If you have hope to have "your ship come in some day, stop the leaks that impede its progress. Don't wait until part of that fortune you want to save is gone beyond recall. M You can begin to STOP THE LEAKS right now by opening anjaccount with 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 B. Smith, Cashier. J. Q. Fltzhugh, Asst. Cashier. Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. 1 . Skillful watch repairing, prompt- ly done. D. Goodln, Jeweler. Registered Poland China Hogs For Sale I sell nothing but the very best and I guarantee Satisfaction with every sale. Write me your wants. My prices are reasonable. W. H. KNIGHT Alien* Texas, R. F. D. 1 £ Perkins1 Nurseries Now Is the proper time to plant jrour trees, shrubbery, etc. We have acclimated stock,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1912

Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per* souai supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ** Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Iniants and Children—Experience against Experiment* What is CASTOR IA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays jfeverlshness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Be are the Signature ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1912

TBI WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUEaDAT, OCT. S, It 18 |IES 111 ALLEN Mrs. \gnen SIuiihcI, ag<*«| 71 years, 7 month* and 1 I day*, died at Allen Thursday, Oct. 3, at l:HO )>. ni. .Mr* Stanse! was born In vManu, Ga., was married to \V. R. Stanm-l August 11, 1859. Nine chil- dren were born to them. Her Iiiib- band and four of hor children liad preceded lit?r to their eternal homo, the following cliildien being with her in her lust illnoBs: J. H. Stan- sel, Btansel of Duncan, Okla.; Brad dock Statist*! of Lllb.v, On., and Airs. Ola Whlbcnant of Alien. Mrs. (Hansel with her huBband moved to Collin county in 1*77, and she had lived in the Allen com- munity ever since. She was a very devout Christian, having been a member of the Methodist church about forty years. She was confin- ed to her bed about three weeks ■with a complication of diseases. She suffered a great deal, yet uncom plaining. The funeral services were held in the home of Mr. Whisenant Friday at I! o'clock and interment ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1912

"'•v> it.-' ' ■Mm THIRTIETH YEAR, NO. «. < 'WW ff W^:!iP * * /- Y DEMOCRAT-dAZETT] McKINNEY, OOLLIN COUNTY, TEXAN, THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1013. ONE DOLLAR DONNA. L. A. Sears of McKinney was here recently. Mr. Slaughter of Van Alatyne was here a few days ago. Prof. Whitehurst of Penlel was here a few days ago. Mrs. Fred Johns of Valdasta visit- ed relatives-here recently. Mt. and Mrs. Liudsey of Orayblll visited friends here recently. Mr. and Mret(iJlm Hendricks visit- ed relatives at Cross Roads Sunday. Mrs. D. R. Clark and Hon, J. W., visited relatives at Woodlawn Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Flemings of Valdasta visited relatives here Sun* day. Mrs. Williams of Coalgate, is here on an extended visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. B. C. Smith visited her daughter, Mrs. 0. L. Nichols, at Blue Ridge, Thursday. Mr. Gladden of Writewright visit- ed his son, P. A. Cladden and fam- ily week before last. Mr. and Mrs. A. Huebsch visited Lon Llndsey and family at Orayblll Sunday of last...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1912

W •: H *6 99, ALL WE ASK ALL WE ASK >i)nf *6 I The Democrat - Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. Perkins, Walter IL Wilson, Editors, I'lihlisheiH and Proprietors. tireenherry Adams, Circulation and Assistant Business Manager. Ehitered aa second-class mall matter. To Subscribers—The date printed 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 receiving the paper regularly will, please notify ub. SPECIAL NOTICE. All resolutions of respect, obituar- ies and cards of thanks of whatso- ever nature,, published In this paper will be charged for at the rate of 3 cents per line. AH church and lodge notices, advertising socials or entertainments of any character, where revenue 1b derived for any purpose, a rate of 3 cents a lino will be charged. All notices of religious, fraternal or public meetings of any character that are designed for th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1912

J H1 '&& \ ■' ilf-t iinin-r" my i s)i~Pli> r w jrr if 1f I™ if ™ ^ ^ - - "Si j ■pKlxlflpklSB) \4 % I IL, 41 w^m A In Accents Mild Mode 2 ) Thai We are poeittoety YHOTS Headquarters for J«J IHH f 'lijrlT il. fii lu'xiftiD Trie mv> I }.• ' -n il H|f) ..•I 1 i kiry it / ftl ' I f i"' . i , l " "tnflQfidicwit'ZiiCi'JA (lis •jlt.iri D 'i 000.0084 D/JTaCO 23MUT803 w i III WfflffiS have cornered the market on :eflP i£iFEhi^r softly in your ear our prices on, I • > a few articles you will Wonder how we do it. ' ' ^ I / •J Give us a 'try out" to-day and watch us Mmake good." H(] / ; ' > 9 ' U' (X)HINTH. Miaa Elsie Williams spent Sunday afternoon with Oellna friends. ; I^awrencc Doyle and sister, Miss Nettle, were McKlnney visitors Sat- urday. Misses Evelyn and Cleo Cain spent Sunday with Misses Pearl and Ola Bowliu. . Jewett" Williams and family Bjjent Sunday with I.ee Thurman and" wife of Cellna. Mrs. Ike Duncan and daughters Luivere stropping In McKlnney one day iMt wee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1912

#r.W Say, Look! It's Here! S f « BUICK 20" That Beautiful, Durable, Light Running, Mod- erately Priced 1913 Model BUICK Let me take you out for a ride and show you why IT S THE BEST FOR THE MONEY GARAGE PHONE NO. 57 Uon of the majority of the bottom lands will ca-ite it to double la value at once. The start which has been made by the farmer* along Pilot Creek Is attracting a great deal of favorable comment, and when this work has been completed and has proven a success, other sections will take the matter up and pre- pare to drain and reclaim other lands. A man who is always digging up tome kind of an objection to overy suggestion offered for the welfare of the town Is an undesirable citizen. Let iih Ignore that class, aud go ahead with the building and boost- lug Junt as If we did not have them In our midst. We can get along Hplendidly without them. Besides, when they see that they are not ac- complishing anything by pulling back, they will fall In line with the progressives and be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1912

, , Is Where You Have to Use Caution Do not go too fast nor use blind discretion when shopping for Pure Groceries We dismount all your trouble when purchas- r ' • V ing. Here you'll find what suits you, I; fresh, wholesome and appetizing !j and at a price you'll approve. Satisfaction assured. K1STLER & BRISTOL TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. PHONES 94 AND 525. , > We £ nothing iree with our goods except Quality MARRY IN m Sunday afternoon Oacar Kindle and M1m Oolite Pope of this city surprised their many friends by go- ing to DallaB, at which place they were united In the holy bonds of matrimony at the residence of J. II. Puller, pastor of the Oak Cliff Chris- tian church, the Rev. Mr. Fuller officiating. Oscar is a son of Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. Kindie of this city, and Is a most worthy, capable young man. He is at present assistant lnterurban ticket agent at Dallas, and with hi* natural ability, close attention to business and. genial disposition, Is in line for promotion. MIbb Dollle I...

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

MMBMtaMMMMI 1 'j I I i Pi I j {jfa I I ' Ml III, Listen! Ladies Have you seen those pret- ty new fall Boots we are now showing? You are sure to admire them. Come in right away. A. WATERS J. 18 GOING TO SELL THESE SHOES mm 'I'' vr ' ' m I M f | I VI V W m 1 «uv II) I ■off News For ASK THE LADY Who ordered her from me. suit She'll tell you that we know how toftailor. Our prices arc down, Quality up. Now 6howing{|new Kail and Winter Styles. Geo. W. Smith MERCHANT TAILOR, f TAILOIU3 FOR LADHBS AMD I GENTLEMEN. CI PERSONAL .* PARAGRAPHS WEDNESDAY. .lotiu Bandage, a prosperous farm- er of Valdapta, wus a business visit- or in McKlnney today. John Noblitts was a business vis- itor in the county seat today from th* McDonald community. Millard Terrell was a business vis- itor in tho county seat yesterday af- ternoon from Stiff Chapel. Jobs Farley of the Stiff Chapel community was a business visitor in ihf county seat this morning. Mrs. W. O. Brown and little daughter, Lena, of Melissa, were ...

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