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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

3 r": J;,!, liWMiP 'Wffltmmz'. ■ ' j/.f""'"' ".'V NPINPPPPMH MM TWELVE YEABS WanU Olher Women lo Know How She Wat Finally Restored to Health. Ixmlslana, Mo.:-"I think a woman naturally dislikes to make her troubles known to the public, but copplete restor- , ation tohealtb meana so much to me that I cannot keep from telling mine for the sake of other suffer- ing women. "I had been sick about twelve years, and had eleven doc- tors. I had drag- ging down pains, pains at monthly periods, bilious spells, and was getting worce all the time. I would hardly get over one spell when I would be sick again. No tongue can tell what I suffered from cramps, and at times I could hardly walk. The doctors said I might die at one of those times, but I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- le Compound and got better right away, our valuable medicine is worth more than mountains of gold to suffering wo- men. "—Mrs. Bertha Muff, 603 N. 4th Street, Louisiana, M9. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, made f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

JUST BECAUSE a brand of flour htppeus to be made off somewhere away from home, doea not necessarily mean that the quality la unquestionable Mor«j times than one it does mean that the merchant has bought it cheaper, and can sell It higher—Just because YOU like to see a sack come Into your home that was "sent off for." The mere fact that It was not manu- factured in McKlnney, or at home. Is enough to cover up any other prejudice you might find against an outside brand. Then, agalu, did you ever atop to think that the same brand of Hour you rave over as be- ing absolutely "the best you ever used" may probably have no sale at uil in its' own hi mo town? Did you ever reason It > thlH way? People are too prone to nurture the idea that an article has to be "sent off lor" l>efore it can possibly come up lo their standard. We know from actual chemical analysis, compara- tive tests, und our knowledge ol' milling methods used both by our- selves and our outside competitors, that If there...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

m DJCM0CRAT-3AZKTTa, THURSDAY, OCT. ltit. I 4tiiu l «l* I >(l* * .< ! «k j! ftttt — I1 1 |||"IUI. I 1 *' id *1 i'iU. \'twH rvtt < ■ C >ir ■* • •< •<|f A •//•i'1 r • t. 4 ■'>•** -i^y* iMiO'* * .. / *} Uti 1 «• .•► iMk > 1 ' • 1c" - ■• ' ! v. 1. M fr ' ' " ' Mint i ii Coffee Syrup Canned Goods Relish Oatmeal < > And most anything ii you want in the Fern- ii | dell line—it's Best. KISTLER & BRISTOL TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. tAAAAAAAAA4A4A4AA4AAAA44I w ww ww ww www< ww vi PHONES 04 AND 585. < > Building Nice Bent House. Contractors J. R. Padgltf & Son are building a nice rent bungalow for J. R. Brown in South McKinney. No man is doing more to build up McKinney, in the way of building nice rent bouses than J. R. Brown. Long may ho continue to prosper, is our sincere wish, because be is help- ing lots of people who cannot help themselves. Rains County Citizens Here. Sheriff George Morgan, Attorney AV. VV. Berzett, Judge 0. H. Rhodes, Dr. P. W. P...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

THE WEEKLY DBM0TBA1V GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCT. 81, ltll; i I • 11 fc Watchword "SERVICE" The watchword of this bank is "SERVICE" to customers, and its officers make it their business to be genuinely interested in the business affairs of it's clients. The First National Bank McKinney, Texa*. John Lovejoy, President Fred Emerson Active Vice Pres. Francis H. Welch, Vice P Howell K. Smith. Cashier .1. (i Fltzhugb, Aast Cashier Vet H. Smith, Asst. Cashier. K ARTISTIC f/\ MONUMENTS SCULPTURE - *v MONUMENTS AT CLOSE PRICES Several beautiful designs ready for inscriptions now at our ynrds. Let us call on you. MdtlNNEY MONUMENTAL WORKS W VV. Priiett I'ron Perkins' Nurseries Now Is the proper time to plant your trees, shrubbery, etc. We have acclimated stock, especially adapted and grown for McKln- ney, Collin county, and the black land. They live. Plant trees. They will chance your premises In value a. .1 benefit you In the years to come Prices reasona- able. W. H. PERKINS, Mgr. McKinney, Texa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

HSi) \ Mm ■$. !f f* ,:m wdm essss \ D SSSSSBSSS THURSDAY, OCT. SI. 1 1S. We Will Save You Some Money ON A HEATING STOVE THEY BORN LESS FUEL AMD HAKE HOKE HEAT SEE THEN TODAY CROUCH-HARTZOG COMPANY £ The Thomas Grain Drill ■ Raises Large Crops. With the Thomas Single or Double Disc Drill YOU CAN DO IT. Single and Double Disc Carried in Stock m M "The Implement Man >* McKinney, Texas "Thomas" Single Disc Grain Drills will sow flax, wheat, oats, alfalfa, kidney beans, or any kind of grain. The "Thomas" Single Disc Drill, by actual test with other drills produces 2 to 5 bushels more to the acre than any other single disc drills. WHY? Because our disc and tube-boot make a wide furrow 1 3-4 inches wide. The seed is scattered all over this wide furrow and every grain given a chance to stool out and grow. So in harvest there are more and better stalks, producing more grain. Our customers . make it two to five bushels of wheat more than other drills. As further evidence of the superi- ori...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

M Jf.ln ft;!*: * > -'tiy r 1 , >'v.. Y(.<* f f , J e THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THCTISPAY, OCT. II, Attention Ladies Drummer's Sample Ladies' Cloaks at Bargain Prices Dont fail to come in and see this fine line of cloaks. We will save you five to ten dollars on some cloaks. ' SWEATERS for ladies and sweaters for men. Come in and take a look. Jake Morris SELLS IT FOR LESS OVERSTOCKED 20 Per Cent Discount nil during the month of November 011 nil goods except Diamonds and Sterling Silver. Now is the time to buy. THE STORE OF «OOI> JEWELRY P*" •' K 1 I 1 THE CHEAPEST PLUMBING I THE BEST PLUMBING WORK IS THE CHEAPEST. AND WE DO THE BEST. THE PLUMBERS WHO DO THE WORK FOR THIS CONCERN ARE MEN OF RIPE EXPERIENCE AND WE WILL GENEROUSLY PAY ANY PERSON WHO WILL FIND A FAULTY PIECE OF PLUMBING DONE BY THIS FIRM. WE DO THE WORK RIGHT AND RIGHT NOW. WE MAKE A SPE- CIALTY OF REPAIR WORK AND ASK YOU TO ALLOW US TO FIGURE ON YOUR WORK. FINE LINE OF BATH TUBS, TOI- LETS. BATH ROOM SUPPL...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

■ . 1 m. viPi r.A:/ ! ^ i i 1 - J ' . . iM* - •GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCT. II. 1911. 55S Bargains for Our October business has been big, but we intend to make November the banner month of 1912. With this in view we have been buying new goods, reordering and hurrying goods into our house. The selling begins Saturday, and for the remainder of the month we shall have lively times. We have the goods and shall make prices to move them. Come! A Big Stock of Shoes For Men, Women and Children 60 pair children's all teather shoes, sizes 12 to 2's, $1.25 values on sale pair 98c 50 pair ladies' all leather box calf shoes,$2.00 values, pair only i 75 In fine shoes for ladies and children we are making an exceptionally strong showing. In men's fine shoes we have the famous M. A. Packard shoes at 3 50 and 4 OO Best Prints 5c All best calicoes and shirting prints 5c %■ Cotton Plaids Good quality, the yard 5c 10c Cheviots 7c 500 yards 10c chev- ots slightly damag- ed, while it last, the yard 7c Pretty ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

■■■■■■I THB WEEKLY DBMOGRAT* GAZKTTE, THURSDAY. OCT. 31. 1912. *rr THE GREAT CLEARANCE BEAVERS & TARRANT, Anna, Texas By mutual agreement we have decided on Saturday, Nov. 2nd, 1912, to open one of the biggest, best sales ever put on in Anna, Collin county, Texas. We will evidently outsell the past. We will will outstrip any other sale ever put on in Anna, Texas. We need the money, and for this reason alone, FOR CASH ONLY we will offer you record-breaking prices, as quoted below. On Saturday, Nov. 2nd, 1912, our big store will be in readiness for your reception and bargains will be awaiting you. Save your money. Bring your families at the institution of this sale and supply their wants for the winter season which is coming on. Our house is conveniently located and full of goods which we will offer in this sale. Our prices will be marked plain and you will have the same courteous treatment extended you that we have always used as a foundation for business. We will make marked dis...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

- I Wortb the Money You can take any kind of material and put it together in Just any old manner, paint It up attractively and it looks like a good vehicle. BUT BE CAREFUL in buying a buggy or carriage that it is MADE RIGHT AND OP THE RIGHT KIND OF MATERIAL. Vehicles sold at this store are made of the very best material and every little detail in the construction has been carefully looked after. They stand the test of long wear and rough usage. Come in; let me show you a good vehicle and whisper the price to you. w. r. hill South Side Square, S. J. COCKRELL HERE. McKinney, Texas Panhandle Citizen Visiting McKin- ney Friends und Relatives. S. J. Cockrell of Quail, Colli is- worth county, Texas, arrived In Mc- Kinney Friday evening on a viBlt to his brother, A. B. Cockrell, and eis- ter-ln-law, Mrs. John J. Coclcrell and two children, Walter and MIbs Lou. Mr. Cockrell resided in this county for six years, but moved away from here In 1905. Soon after leaving here and while living In Li...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1912

V % . . ; * , - j *->i. THE /Mf • 'i,-' , 'jjfU 4 i v *'%!*** IlT , , ... **.>** ' HMkjI 'W"~' "'' l , I * ■ ?«jf ,, <--i ' 1 ,' ■ '£j j'-v>j . SPSflkAePiraf iftiwBB fll ■■ Ik \ & Women's and Children's Knit Under Garments Dear in mind we have an excellent stock of knit under- wear, ribbed and fleece-lined garment*. You need not worry about the size—we have It. UNION SUITS—Not too heavy but lust right for this time of the year. We have the heavier garments, also 25c to $1 ' MHHH Men's Overcoats Black worsted, tan and grey diagonals; and mingled effect coats in men's and boys sizes The shoulders are well padded and jtvery coat is satin lined; fancy cuf'fH and plain cuffs, with full lengths. Prices $7.50 to $20.00 I Furs Red and grey fox sets, beautifully lined with materials to match; standard sizes in all sets. Remember we back every purchase of uh. Prices range from $7.50 to $55.50 Far-Sighted Buying Brings Excellence To Your Door Beautiful Apparel Fop the woman who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1912

. * ; I ■ , ■ . (Copyrighted 1812 by W. T. Poster) Washington, D. C., Nov. 1.—Last bulletin gave forecasts of disturb- ance to cross continent Nov. 10 to i4, warm wave 9 to 13, cool wave 12 to 16. Snows north and cold rains south are expected from this disturbance but the precipitation will generally be light. The week cen- tering on Nov. 15 will be the. coldest of the month and the following weeks will be progressively warmer end of the month. Next disturbance will reach Pa- cific coast about Nov. 15, cruaB Pa- cific slope by close of 16, great cen- tral valleys 17 to 19, eastern sec- tions 20. Warm wave will cross Pa- cific slope about-No. 15, great cen- 1 tral valleys 17, eastern sections 19. Cool wave will cross Pacific slope about Nov. 18, great central valleyB 20, eastern sections 22. The week of thlB disturbance will average colder than usual and the precipitation will be about or less than usual. Some snows In north- ern sections and some 'cold rains in the soutn. The intens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1912

> "• * - * THE WEB/KLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MOV. 7, 1911. Watchword SERVICE" u The watchword of thii bank is "SERVICE" to customers, and its officers make it their business to be genuinely interested in the business affairs of it*s clients. The First National Bank McKlnney, Texa*. I oh ii Loveioy, President Fred lOiuerniin Active Vice Pre*. Pruncls M W'eleb, Vice f tiowell K Smith. Cashier .1 <} Kltzhugh, abbi Cashier Vet II Hmlih, Abhi flashlui ■ I Boys and Girls We have been very careful in the selection of our new lines of School Shoos for Hoys and Girls, bo as to get not only the latest styles and patterns, but the models and leathers best adapted to the needs of growing feet, thoreby Insuring the greatest comfort and durability. Good Shoes for older people, too. WT% Cf Tnprp* vp "NOTHING ■ JTm OU 1 1 J-jJCJ BUT SHOES'* BOYS, wo have Just received a blu shipment of those pretty velour Beaver and Velvet hats for the small boy. You'll buy thorn when you see them.— Mrs...

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

J T" ^Y, KOV< 7, 1913. <* **7*!™"': fltj ■ ■',* '■ ■ " ! "We told you so9'—The cold spell i& here. Let us sell you a ^Vefi H E We will sell youonfe at a close price. We'll deliver the stove to your home and put it up (or you. CROUCH-HARTZOG COMPANY "If We Please You Tell Others—If We Don't Tell Us." jm ii "■ C.Lrfl Professional Dept. T« H. BRYANT. Dentist. Over Mc- Klnney's grocery Store. Phone 203, McKinney. DR. F. G. HEDGES, Dentist. Over Collin County National Hank, South- east corner of square. McKINNEY REALTY CO. Franco. Dowell. Mgr. OiHce with The Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, McKinney, both phone* ARTHUR T. CHURCH. Fire, Torna- do and Livestock Insuramce Agent. Only beet companies represented. Morrow Block, McKinney, Texas. ■■■■■■■MIBBHMMBHMMM1**- ■ ■ ■ i i*i >" GREENT5ERRY ADAMS. Notary Public. All kinds of notary work ex- ecuted. At Courier-Gazette office. G. E. ABERNATHY, Fire Bnsurance Agent; office West Virginia St., east of Commercial...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1912

s s s&MMJi THF WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, NOV. -SBBSSSS—SBSSSB 7, 191*. B 1- Dr. Jas. A. CaldwelFs SANITARIUM McKinney, Texas. Without the Aid of the Knife ^ y x cancers are cured in this Great San- itarium. This sanitarium is consider- ed, by those who know, to be one of The Best in the South In modern equipment it is complete and in this town where it is located, we have the healthiest surround- ings We have recommendations from people from many states praising our sanitarium and suc- cessful treatment of the following diseases: Nervousness Eczema Ulcers Piles Female Trouble Tumors Stomach Dis- eases Catarrh Ruptures Blood Poison Tuberculosis Blader and Liver Trouble Rectal Trouble Chronic diseases of women. Spec- cial attention given to the treat- ment of cancer Without the aid. of the knife. ON THE WING Personal Mention of People You Know by Our Field Man. J Thomas Single and Double Disc DRILLS arc neither an experiment or a stranger In this territory, as is evidence...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1912

0 „ SSH THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1918. m Are you seeking .higher ttages with the eommerclal Industries of modern civilization? If so, prepare yourself in the most practical way at the school that has age and reputa- tlon to render you assistance all through life. This Institution is In- dorsed by the leading banks and business men of Texas as being one of the most thorough business schools in existence. Write for lit- erature if interested. McKinney Business College STOVALL BROS., Managers. J I Attention Ladies Drummer's Sample Ladies' Cloaks at Bargain Prices Dont fail to come in and see this fine line of cloaks. We will save you five to ten dollars on some cloaks. SWEATERS for ladies and sweaters for men. Come in and take a look. Jake Morris SELLS IT FOR LESS 4 Produce House Reopened I have reopened n.y produce house at the same stand on East Virginia s reet, and am prepared to offer HIGHEST MARKET PRICES ON ALL COUNTRY PRODUCE. A. J. COMMONS nl WINDOW GLASS BUILDING ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1912

. 4 THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. NOV. 7, l#12. —,— The House That Handles Everything and Is Glad to Supply Your Wants ■ a'! Team Harness Buggy Harness If it has style and finish, if it has clear hickory wheels, a yellow poplar body, a 3 7-inch spring, oval clips and a clipped reach it sounds like an Enterprise Buggy J. Lee Jackson, Manager (H t rl I ♦ ! •A f i * < ! G|v ' JUST BECAUSE a brand of flour happens to be made off Bomewhere away from home, does not necessarily mean that the quality is unquestionable Mora times than one It does mean that the merchant has bought It cheaper, and can sell It higher—just because YOU like to see a sack come Into your home that was "sent off for." The mere fact that It was not manu- factured In McKlnney, or at home. 1b enough to cover up any other prejudice you might And against an outside brand. Then, again, did you ever stop to think that the same brand of Hour you rave over as be- ing absolutely "the best you ever used" may probab...

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

* ' ••• i i is tu k,t I <■ - Jww I t H 1 THE WEEKLY DEMC ;i-4% 'f -V . ' ■b THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1011. SB L,; WpI v f V " SIR *3"; ' ■ L <■ ■ . ' ,,"J.': Xtra Read (2.00 miss- es grey Coats Now $1.50 */*• ~i£yjpHk Xtra Read Caps, big; lot odfts and ends, 50e val- ues for. 19o Xtra_Read Supporters, 15c kind Men'sllose,support- ers for 9c Xtra Read Hats—$2.50 Men's odds and end Hats at $1,95 Xtra Read Shirts—Men's blue work shirts . Now 39c Xtra Read I me****. * : Outing—7 l-2c quality dark out- ing yard„ 5c Xtra Read Remnants, $10.00 worth in one big bunch for *3.50 Xtra Read 25c Underwear— Children's fleece and ribbed at£9c Matthews Bros. LARGEST AND MOST RELIABLE HOUSE If s Buying Time for Suits, Coats and Millinery The woman who wants the very newest and best should lose n6 time in inspecting our mammoth stocks. Buy while the assortments are large and complete. Buy while the material you want is here and the color you desire can be had. There is absolutely noth- ing to be gaine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1912

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT- 3AZETTE, THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1912. Jlsjfl t" "• ■ ¥. ■ J I ran r 1 Children Cry for Fletcher's Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and wlilch lists been lu use for over itO years, has borne t!io signature of and has been made under !.!s per- sonal supervision since its lz; fancy. Allow no one todeeeivo yon in this. All CounterfeitH, Imitations and ** JiiHt-aN-ffood " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tiie health of Infants uud Children—Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Cnntoria Is a harmless snbstltnto for Castor Oil, Pare* gorle, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotic substance. ItH niyo Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays ^everiHliness. For more than thirty years It has been In -ristant use for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and IMarrlxua. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1912

iPfflraswidiSB ft^UHfff agar- THE iiKaE.fi Give as a chance to show you that we can save you some money. Giue us your Business 4 And we believe you will join our; j big list of SATISFIED REGULAR f < > patrons. Our service is the kind ij that pleases the most exacting. KISTLER & BRISTOL I TOP QUALITY GROCERIES. PHONES 94 AND 525. ♦ P. B. Taylor of near Celina was here Monday and called at this office to subscribe for the Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette, and also for the Dallas News, getting both papers a year for $1.75, which Is our regular club- bing rate. Mr. Taylor waB accom- panied by his son Rd. He says he had in seventy-five acres in cotton and will get between forty and fltty bales, having already gathered over thirty bales Mr. Taylor Bays things are fine out in his section of pros- perous old Collin. Misses Bessie and Bertha Kindle of (he Enloe community were shop- ping in McKinney Saturday after- noon. Tom Anderson, a well known young man of the Chambersville community, ...

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

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-1AZETTE. THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1 1J I I I 1 I To^heJLadies^i We have an excellent line of the high 16-button shoes. We can give you ex- actly what you want in the shoe line. Allow us the pleasure of showing you some new styles. J. A. WATERS IS GOING TO SELL THESE SHOES : I Want the Ladies \\ of McKlnney ami Collin coun- ty to visit my tailor shop; boo the pretty samples from wlilcli to select suits. Am showing latest styles for 1912-13 Suits, Coats and Skirts. I Geo. W.Smith i < > J! North Kentucky Street € PERSONAL .* PARAGRAPHS THURSDAY. guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrewt Board. Lee Wes\ a genial and progress- ive citizen of Princeton, was in Mc- Klnney this morning en route to i'lano on business. Mr. and Mrs. Salem Carr and daughter, Miss Ollle, are sick at their home in the Johnson commu- nity with typhoid fever. Rev. T. L. Harrow, who has l>een spending a few days at Princeton, at which place he was formerly pastor of the Baptist church, was in ...

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