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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 January 1895

>AT. JAN. 94, 1806 •••••••••• •••••••••••••••••• . -• J~ 1140 1.UU 75 40 I 1 L, | I $1«M® Oft 00 ••••••• ~ ISjoo ■ "V" 7 MBll P«T liM ** OUtntrlM of will be chargad tor In F. a Tbomwo*, Proprietor McKlnney, Text! Oar Clupbing Batee. The Daaoorat and DaHae Now*, $J*00 " « "Ft. Worth Gasette 1.00 " MlMoarl World l,7i m Globo-Democrat " Southern Mercury 100 * Rock? Moantlan News 2 00 44 People* Party Pa- per (Tom Watsoa'e) 2*00 *♦ M U a M w •4 * * * A victim of self destruction— the demoewto p*r*y Th* National alliance con- venes in Raleigb, N. C., the first Tuesday in February. bold of. We are on the ragged edge of another bond issue so W ash ington advices say. Mayor Strong, of New York city, hw refused to accept In- spector ByrW resignation. V1 "Y' ■prvtu. Ident. Hsjnst resigned to Bobace Chiltou a pretend tabliah a precedent for Cleve ing free iilverite, has beeii I jan(j t0 follow. eTected United Stat** senator three in- corporated Human cremation societies in the United States...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 January 1895

I 8:1ft p. m. 8:14 a. a. Mrs. JohaOoodin in H. c. Hsrndoa Go to (bo Kentucky house for hoi deals served on short notice NEWS. Ob to Balk City. Mn. Jim Moore is sick. Mn litw' little boy is sick. Nsal Keistler is quite sick with fever The county butfle contains 1? occa Mr. Hodges of Long Neck, is sick S. W. Kirkpatrick has retaraed from a visit to the old states. of meetings is still in pro- at the Baptist church Dora Roberts and Lata Wor- * •I l- m n Mr. and Mrs. Riley Runnels of near Allen were in McKinney last week. Jim Neiland, of Wylie. is now keep- ing books for Wylie & Baldwin Last week was a disastrion* one for McKinney retail grocerymen. Court and Charley Foutts spent Sun- day with their mother in Grapevine. * Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stiff visited in and around Pilot Point last week. Norman Johnson, of Royse, Tex., is visiting his sister, Mrs. S. H Cole. Mary, daughter of Dr. Moore, who has been sick for some time, is better. Prof, and Mrs. Shearer spent Satur- day and Sunday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 January 1895

, J BB '• 1 \ I Pitcher's prescription for Intents ip| (indw It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor •ihar Kanotic snbstnnce. It Is a harmless substitute |ir Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It to Pleasant. Its gnarantee is thirty years' use by of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea Mother's Friend. Castoria. tochlkirrc that a MMpertor to any prescription • M." H. A. Akbu, M. P.. 111 Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. • % to so untrerad and it aero* a work it. Few are the do not keep Caatoria P. I>., New York City. Castoria. Caatoria cures C>4ic, Cunstlpatioa, Boor Stomach, Dtarrbaso. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di geation. Without injurious nn-dicatkm. "Tor nereral years 1 hare wommendec your 'Caatoria.' and shall always continue tc do so as It has invariably produced beneficial results.M Eowiw F. pisso. M. d„ l th Street and 7th Aws., New York City. • _ am unable to provide the cessarif s of life, yet they are that class who prod...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 January 1895

T* • - t*<5. v.-' T- S3Sj - . * tti ■ •.*** T1 I-. v: 1^9 VOL. ■i ■■'■■ '* •** " * % m :n . JANUARY ?1. 1895. - 1 = ' ' BR* k*^r . V? , rm' "■Hi. KIM ML POPHJST 6Uft taHrtj Wit b Cutir g*Ai.1 V> S/jr years Experience. " Examine ov stooiki Finest Ho&rso in N. Texas- See Them. Johnson Block. ————— Special Care and Attention Given. I In Charge. Insure ? our Life! This mean> pelf-reliance—Extinguishment of mortgage— Payment of debts—avoidauce of the charity of others. REMhMBER Povidence helps tboee who help themselves. and That a policy in h <;. od Company provides protection, and fte Mutual Life Of New York STANDS WITHOUT A PEER. Its pMt record is the be*t guarantee for the future. It bu paid the largest amount to its members. It haa paid the larjreht amount of «nrrsnder value*. It haa paid the largest amount of dividend*. It holds the largest amount of assets to secure its members. It is the largest tiixpay* r in Texas. Goo*7 Contracts to Exp rienoed Agents For for for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 January 1895

- • • - . : ■mm 1 pujujg AY. J AH. 31, 1806 ...SISOJO ... 80j08 ... li 7 ecnU p«r 11m fm OMtuarlee of win be to the above. The F. C. Tmmviox, Proprietor, McKlnncv, Text* Oar Clupbing l tw. and Dallas News, $1*00 44 Ft. Worth Qesette 101 M M •t Mb. GctviU2rp on yester- dajr Mia message to congress instead of writing a loiter to sow cuckoo, in which he re- commends aa issne of tends to meet the exigencies. The bank- ers saj th*y need fire I a dred millions iu bonds, and that will be the amoaat issued by the present administration.—Mc Kinney Enquirer. During last week $13,166,- 000 in gold were withdrawn from the national treasury vault*. Of this $7,200,000 were exported to England. For the preeent month the gold ship- ments from the United States - Missouri World i.7i | bave already footed up more •• uiob^ivniocr.t l. fc $30,000,000, which is greater than any month's ex- ports since last Jnne, nnd not sinoe the United States Irene ury established a gold reserve has there beea withdraw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 January 1895

rial Hertfc, I*. U Airlm •4 M i |> • 11)||, BU b Had AiMBflMdatloR Arrf f i f I ©. ■■ ipants •ad Con L Howell, Uak Bank* States of Sattioa Bar. lhat bt uuafoiied • Tha Doctor's skill as & las la of oatioaa! reputation, aad the last promotion is aa fZ&DpU of the troth of LOCAL • - * On to Balls City. County treasurer Oaten to slowly re Wo hav« sympathy tor a has Innocently ta- maelf aad is uaabla to pay his obllgaUo&s, bat wo kaowof osrtaia wage earners aad PBotosatoasI attlieai of ____ tn tiaa aad #**r expect to get to McKiaaey who aeem to be . fl Wrtn wU, *Z„ S. P. Clardy has returned fiom a few days business stay in Gainesville. Mr. Charley Largent moved his fam ily down from Melissa this week. WV J. Adams has accepted a perma- nent position in the Metropolitan store. Saia Seeley spent two or three days in last week. be little son of Nat TUkb- i, is recovering from a of diptberia. iftnr. J. W..Chalmers of Los Angles Cal.'is visiting her brother. Dr. Jno. T. Taylor. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 January 1895

4 ■ ' - wm -■ •" .• - fc*S> ' V V -V* , ~ Sf •. . •■£•- mery m i I I 1 §> I I 1 I 1 I 0Mim 1 0 m % \ 7-^s-«r V f r. lb 1 it i packages ^WEAlSJHMMARks, ■ COPYRIGHTS. CAft I OBTAIN A PATF.NT f Fora ■rmnnt iBit t nr.j on b' ne>t op<r.;oo. write to M ("NX A. CO— who fcavc nstj ne.-r. flftr -esra* fipt.-wnec tothc bo'iiHVS C ttorsatrtctiv eon.ldrc icJ. A IlnndlmnU i-f In- formaline eoBc^rain- i'nlent* ar. : bow to ob Tain tbam Mat rr**~. Also i eat^ne o1 mei haa. iH.tiiV: t- «k3 «*2t fiva. taken th *t Munn A To. receive •ottce latbe Amertraa. and brought y wct< rothe public witft. to tne nvcTtf'>r Ths* wndld paper, I vmIIt. eie**at * *i- • r%t*>,t ba by far the _ t e mii itma c: r -itja^ work in tic wwrtd. S3 a rear. S:. - ■■* --pses «est free Boildinf b<;:t ion. t&oatoly, tUn a nir. Single mpMt, 'i3 cent a. Fwry number c -.fans beau- tifal plate*. in colors, and pb<*>tr erapaa of new fcoam, vitb j> ai rr-.ihi.n^* u. <w( to «h«-.w tbe a? den.n* ami...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 February 1895

: ' ;r- -■£ -• £ Qfri " ' t "i ? v'Tv* ' £t.f t&t£ •W *** N£ i* - , t P M ** ; 1 . •'.*$- % ri * --<? I AftKCONteUII WAIL ««TTMI i VOL. 12 M'KINNEY. TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1895. \ if f ¥ P6l U.S. Gov't Baking Boeder TOR FALL TRADE I Also full line of Heating Stoves, and th# finest line of Cook Stoves in Texas. •«• Mohawk and Sup j rior. Hardware. Axes, Mechanics' Tools, alto 'Fine line ol Queensware, Chi Consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets .. • HOLIDAY GOODS! Statuary, Cups, Muffs, MlWep Pli other gondii too tedious to w at th« Lowe it Prleoo that c •old* We do not adrerti«« One Dollar's Worth ol Goods. For Fifty Cento. Wo Could but doa*t fcara V. [J. P DO WELL. liiiHiiiiJJiJJJUJJJU.'UiiiUllUliUl ————* Insure TTour Life! This mean* rrlf rrl'snrn Ettlr fnliliont of i Payment of debts—avoidance of tbe charity af oik*1, REMEMBER t Povldence helps those who help theapelva, and That a policy in a Word ( eaapaay provides protectee, aad The Jutual Life Of New York Stands without...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 February 1895

« . Ur" THE DkMOd r?A i. L- -• F. C. Thompson, **ASD LOCAL KDITOK. Switzerland, the oldest ex- 8xnatob Bostlikg hat in ieting npablie, Is tin only j tfodvosd n bill in the l«gUl - country in the world thai hat tare of Illinois favoring the direct legislation from the peo-1 government ownership of rail pie complete, and is also the | roads. only country that doesn't keep a standing army Alliance. ef Ben. J* H. Deris. | n*, nnd told me that Mr, Arm isfead while not diepoeed to Heese •'Jfeeign, talked fairly abont the j contest matter. Over nrched by theee domes | Tbe conduct I nm guilty of, nnd spires I stand before the hat this Hosse seeks to repro | bar of jnstice pleading to the hate, is that I sought to remove THURSDAY. FEB. 7, 18&> i Th* contains ! gleanings Rock, Muffin N.wn R Wgb, N. C , F*b 5-Tb. 8,mM fcof T"* on" of .fc^m.n.^totln* b* i. th/u7*rSir"pWo «pr«o.e coanoil of th. nntioo• bn.bl^ ci«i-o. ft* 8p«W nd tb.t I rHl-c.*d • .nunc Md !«.«-^25 Ul!T*r* one Knt Hootii i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 February 1895

: ..*:i '.'ISry■ ■■ .? . . " •w. r i 4> * Mi Trail Oatnl KalJway of that | A iplwM contort k u ticipated. IWUlie Atkinaon of Boswell. N ia visiting relatives ia tUi county after aw POTATO FEUD. Tho sombre shades of a|ght had spread Ita mmtte o'er M M to of 19 jrtan. Ha to a brother I Branch Mrs. Bad Hatler of Altoga I Bishop Milto Kcrtk, No. IS Arrive® 5:11 a. a. •• *• S •• llhtt a. m ) t. 8:14 a* tu. I a°d a aephew to the HU1 brothers of f Chambers Jaka 44 4 " 4:49 p.m. Ithto place. Since Isorinf this count? ~ 14 44 «« a la tho at McKinney, To*, Keb., 8 1886, which If Mte«Md la tin *«ki, will •*« • I*™" P—<" •oa*bt "• In lb. D«mI UtM> at Wishing- I Th. "rt««lthr one' • (f.T. birth q (ji I To promptings of rascality, GENTLEMEN. I 8° as*®r l to democracy. Ia that capaciona pate of his, The great Gazette's "right bower' Conceived a plan of * 'paying bis'' That lay within his power Jim BuskSE Connor J D Croley George :J8 p. m (Mr. Atkinaon haa been honored with | Crowder Charl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 February 1895

■-u ^ € K-ja^ . •*&«- pss * What i* CASTOR IA to Dr. Samuel Pitcher's proscription for Iaflato blldrau It contain* neither Opium, Morphine nor Hercotic snbstance. It la n harmless snbstitate Iter Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castaiia Is the Children's Mother's Friend. C&fttoria. Castoria. to so uUpted toohlldrBBl it m superior ton j prescription « H. A. ABcm. M. D., Ill Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. TARIFF Tariff for revenue only ! What does this mean f Webster says tariff veaos a table of datfos oa inports, and revenue means Income, and on- means singly, according to Webster it meaos duties on imports for income, and for no other purpose. Bnt from a democratic standpoint it means everything in general and nothing in particular; some cry one thing and some anoth er; some say it m**ans to col Heard what he said was coarse and impndent. To this Heard replied that he intended to a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 February 1895

' ' & ' : • ^ • V •- « ■mm.: s- 'l r - « • £• .. *' ■ 1*. , S LOANS AT 8 P£R GENT. ONMr Afrrtr«t Co.. HI LI. Mm are ■ . •. I' "V T • / v * *•" f < ri - 5j^ ■ T ' ; , a r -• . * i Vr Ma lieuil MAIL ■ ATTCIK VOL. 12 M*KINNEY. TEXAS. * - I .••*,.tj ' •' 3„ ■!•* I :" - >: > * — * • • «'4 AY. FEBRUARY 14. 1895. I ] * 4BMimnr mi PoQid«d Away tut Dtra uid Mil Qrcti Ships tf War. FOB Fa TRADE I Also lull line of Heating Stoves, and the finest line of Cook Stoyes in Texas. • •. Mohawk and Supjrior. Hardware, Axes, Mechanics' Tools, also Fine line ol Queensware, China, Consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets .. • HOLIDAY GOODS! ■berkf tan. domestic tranquility, for the common defi mote the general well oeeare the IMm of to ourselvesi*d oufpoetefity. Nowjj ifceffir^rnm-nt doin* FOUOHT BBAveMwfmls aestpreeent administer •<4! If there is a men in Tex*" who o«D lijr hie hand oq hie heart and nay it is. he should be branded as the perjurer o> he state. All that po}. lism demand- is th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 February 1895

£ ; - ■ -- weir's' x; -' . - - PiP3 SSlk t RAT. F. C. Thompson, SD1TOR AM> FftOPRlKTOK. local prreK. THURSDAY. FEB. 14, 1895 'I HE fishing sclnoner Clara* A nioko bov was froi-o to t*-r receiving hi* ow P. Friend v«nt to piece* on the rocks near Halifax, N. 8., and her entire crew of 14 men perished. death while hunting near C«dd Springs, San Jacinto county, IVxas. SCBSCRlfTUM One Year 6lffbt Woutba 1 1 3SOilt falS, • *•••••••••• Fhree M Mr9. Davis, teacher of the pabiic school near Lyons, N Y., was found Tuesday morn ing frozen todea'n in a snow drift wb *re she had lain sine*' ' Friday morninir II ttlH|. A ev^ ! Mrs Wm Skifkkt, * if* of a ) prominent contractor living Our A<lrfrti l.g Kato*'| n J r Neville and !«• little children while crossing the river broke through th* ice and were drowned. One column 1 year $150.00 Halicniamii I year 80.00 l-tnch Hlntfle nolnmn 12.00 Ij*h*hI n< tli-Ki. 7 wnt# per line foi aeh insertion obituaries of moi* than iii liitfii will he chant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 February 1895

>• mm- ■ r-%. v- ^ -- SSSj §158 irmhis^s z 5 torn Oitrtl Railway North, So. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. • • 3 •• lO;^ a. n . 44 1 •* 8:15 p. m 2 *• 8:14 a hi. 4 M 4:40 p 14 " :*6 p. ui 8oatb M M U Sh re report mad Soathrra West Bound arrlvos. fiMtncer Arri ••••••••• 4*2*) p. o Accommodation Arrival* l :8i a. n* East Bound I >e parts. Piaaanger Departs 12^9 p. n Aeooouiuiodati n . 4:.*>d p. n . LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Si.in Fisher, of Missouri, is ii the city. Dr. Wm Bristol, of Rheas Mill. was in the city yesterday « « • An eight pound boy visited the famil. of H*rry Carter Tuesday night. Mrs. Jim Moore, who has been *ic! for over a month is some better wit hopes of her early recovery Prof. P. B. H. Shearer of Denism i elocution class of fifteen youn; in Sherman Hattie Crowder of Lebanon i ■pending the week with relatives an Mends in McKinney. L Holt sob-alliance lecturer of Me. - ritt Called oa The Democrat Saturday. John Lockhart has sold his store an- resigned the postniastership at C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 February 1895

~-r • ' : -r ; ^ What is CASTOR IA Is Dr. Cfcildrau KarcoUo PttdMh pmeriptlon for Isfluli It Is Pleasant. Its Millions of Motfcars. It tea d Castor OIL tee Is thirty years9 use by •s: Castori*. Caatoru. wB it hu Ripprtoc tome.'' H. Ill So. Oxford SU, of 'Castorte* is m iso well known that a •t supererogation to endorse a > families who do nt raach." Ciaua Mum, D. I tanoy, T r y. **2- isssy. Tw MiKltk ALLIAXF 01 RECTO IT. CorxTT Alliakcb. President, M. X. Strosp, Verona, TCXM. ^ Secretary. Miss Sallie StfOap, Veroaa Texas. Snow Hill. Apr. 17. 13 5, Sub- a i.i uncus. Bethany Allirnee meets First and Third Saturday nights Id each month. President, S M. H*rt. Secretary. Mrs. E C Forbea. Josepblne ui^«*it> Saturday Bight be- fore 2nd and 4th Sunday in eaeh month. B. f. Ivy. Pre*., .foeephlne, Tex. c. c. cahi ihlk, Josephine, Tex. Nevada Alliance meets Saturday Bight before th * First and Third Sun- days in eacb month. J. W. Vol NOSH, Pres. J. L. Pnctsrr, Bee. Nevada, Tex. ▲ltoga Al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 February 1895

! .. e* aad H. S.Bmltk am making .1 1J ••• k* •' •- - .... J.-J- F - — . All a KTSTK] I v LOOK FOR THESIQN JOHN H. YOUNG He has the best plow shoes Hi the World for $1. A flannel lined duck coat for $1. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 91. 1895. >1 £ Bolting Fourier Qfcllr '. '•OME VlOr«c> 8SLL3 from complaint. Counsel flu* Mr, Moore iumnd lately noted an ippwi the United States • upreme court and the « matter will probacy be bronchi to the OF THE APPROPRIA- court ©f iut resort icon «It«r it co> 0KMOfRATS UNEASY. s "SEVEllKLY TOmilKI) MAY FAIL. 1 S1G SNOW IN TEXAS 4m Laundried colored shirts for 60c. Best line of $1.50 MINISTER GRAY DEAD STRICKEN WITH PNEUMONIA ON HIS WAV TO MEXICO. THE TEXAS LEUc-ATUrtS. PmaMiiagt ef the vmir •ml the H i ef pf*-s -ftUiif)«. Avails, Feb. 15.—The houe-yeeterdny morning finally decided the Hsilsr-Diiff Tl « Udivtt, "nrniry Civil, and Ct hrr«l In fleirncy Hills An Still Untouch?!! by (ha Senate Mid Only I flfe Mora Working Dayi liHla •f the fifty-Third Se«i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 February 1895

'i * Kj •m> w ►AY. PBB. 91, 1896 ••••••••••• •••••••••• ••••••••••••«•* ••#§••••••••••**M fi MeKtnaev. Oar Gtupfeing fy K pi.Or Ue«il itt to the appMta of a cur, .. . . . . _ Ym, such it a fact. Tbe torn Evangelist 0. 0. Jones, late pest-tossed governor, who, on* I of Cleveluiid, Teoowee, preach Ij a few years ago ex bant ted «* • ^'«ion "to men on|y' af tho vocabulary abasing mil-1 **** co*rt h°u®* Sunia} ter wmf meguutes, ihmUillK to Inwm- He attacked the Hquo? pi see them in 9iripN bthiid ^"®c ii t nost forcibl® ids n«* prison bar*, declared that tho <* P ,d lo other urn bine was jibe legitimate' comrnmu to th - &tr« iurer «hild of the cormorant, is now tn appointed Mg«: tof tho Trin- >3,Cameron & Wntrrn rail way coiLpany. He wep* (!) for h* oppressed citizenship o« Texas and poured out hi" wrath against George Clark I *-rmon drfrlar-d that it was ih- Mid oth*r ^corporation law- opening gnn of the loc* yers." Tho average Hogg sup | option campaign, oorter is now ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 February 1895

WW. ' f • ,*K fjgifw| ' , - , A Vi. ' I 1 ; * ■iff . ' Sag « r .- ■ -i t f€ ,*r «s. v«f_; 31 * IVut t'wlrtil Rtllvij flw> * North. Ho. IS Arrives a. a. •* •• 3 " HfclW a. m. *• " 1 " 8:15 p. m. I • ♦*. ftH . ui. - 4 " • 4:4# p. '• 14 •' p. in * •a, flhrev-pert aad Soathera West B-ninil *rriv . Pvmrcit Arrivft' «.......... ■!.••• p. ®. Accommodation Arrive- H':50 a. m East Bonnrt ! «-parts. PaiMng^r Depart* IthOO p. m. Aceuetuioodail • -• 4j* 3 p. m. LOCAL NEWS. LOOK FOB . "W ■IN THE JOHNSON OatoBalieClty* Don't fail toMtthe .Si«lil| Ing at c. c. I I m m W. L. Douglas $3 * $4 Shoes All < T| y give tlM Tbwi Thsfr _ Jfc* prices an onNsra.^innM c-n Froai Siti « \ mvH over el *r r-^. U your dealer cannot supply you r.c cm. SoK! # -* AFTER MONDAY W. P.8UTTLF. Fo *rest Boarl 1mm accepted a poei Miss Hand Fox ret n ne 1 Fr day from tkm in the Mississippi store a ?Wt to friends in Terrell. New H1 1 • '• {-; U See ths Chicago Cottsgc Organ. An boon lesson in short-' a-;1 < V< day ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 February 1895

' ■! / • ^ • " KXSfiHBl 'iilif bstitnte aad Castor OIL thirty years* use by s yean I tare your ' uanona, "«^ AaU dvajn continue to 40 ao ma U ham tsvariably produced r. riKou, x. d 7th A*9.. Ke* York OSf. 1 ben of the senate ALLUHCE D1BECT0BT. COUKTT ALLlAVCm. President, M. N. Strap, Yeisns, Texss. Seeretatt, Mies Bailie 8troop. Term Texas. Bbow Hill, Apr. 17.1895, Sun-Aixiascns. Bethany Alliance meets First and Third Saturday nights in each month. President, S M. Hart, Secretary, Mrs. S C Fortes. Josephine meets Satorday night be- fore 2nd and 4th Sunday in each moath. B. F. Itt, Pies., Josephine. Tex. C. C. Cam isis, Josephine, Tex. Xevada Alliance meets Saturday night tefore tile First and Third Sun- days in each month. _ J. W. Toctob, Pies. J. L. Pucnrrr, Sec. Nevada, Tex. iltma Alliance meets 1st snd 3rd Thnrday nights in each month. A. F. Moore. Pres., Altoga, Tex. A.J. Careen, Sec, 11 *' itoseland Alliance meets each 2nd and th4 Saturday at 2 o'clock p. m. S. L. Buoeuw, Presi...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 February 1895

ii « •• , . ■: .- i - . . by X. H-l im g • ^USTL Sr. * FOR THE an •fL JOHN H. He has the best plow world for $1. A flannel lined Dress Shoes * in the market. Any Kind of a Hat - you want from a 25c hat to a $0. one. The best Suit of Clothes you ever saw for $5. $4 & $5 OVERCOATS $2 Wool underwear as cheap cotton goods. Can (ire yon prioes that will your trade. If yon try him will call John H. Young. North side Public Square. McKinney, Texas. This Spm FOR SPECIAL RATES VIA InitM h Tim Central RaHriai. Tfeo Host Equipped Line in the State- and Makes the Best—all-the-year round Time. The Short Line be- tween North and South Tezae points Through Sleepers Between Oalreeton and St. Louis, Galveston and Dalles. San Antonio and Dallas, Houston and Denver. Houston and Fort Worth, Houston and Austin. Chair Cars ea Day Tralas. Superior Route to Point* in the South- via Houston and New Orleans. A MONOPOLIST'S WASTR. My wants are ilsw. I sit ims Upon contentment's hiffhlaads. If I can have e...

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