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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

.Jl ' ■«« , ' _ _ fl,<X>OOOOOOOOOOOOOOC The Farmer and His Bank YjTgfHIS BANK i* fir*t of all a farmer* bank. It's stockholders and customers are largely farmers. It wants the accounts of farmers and will giye them the bent of service. Every farmer in Collin county is invited to vieit us and induct our offices and vuult*. You are Always Welcome. 6 McKinney Texas. J. \V. FIELD, President. C. A. SANFORD, Vice- President and Catdiier. <xxxx>oooo<xxxxxx><x • iV ' -k>i< v « -'kjl Z y foU E.V£KY&oi>Vr Ladies Shoes Just Received 15 Latest St% les of t ? i X t t Painting Time is bound to come around once in a while. Even the best paint will wear off in time. But painting time will come around least often if, when you paint, you use Collier or Southern Pure White Lead (Mad* br Ik. Old Datok ProoaMt mixed with Pure Linseed Oil. It is the accepted standard paint. Looks best, lasts longest, and costs least in the long run. Send for free booklet, beautifully il-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

,rt " ' : M mi \ p % d . r %i>.d f § #4.00 Ladlm Fine Shoes THIS SALE fa.no 91.00 30-Iucli Black Taffeta Silk This Sale 80c $7.50 All Wool Blankets THIS SALE 90.25 93.50 Children's Cloaks THIS SALB 92.00 10 CM* THIS BALB 90 Cent LADIES HOSE THIS SALR 2 Par 25c 7Hc | , APRON GINGHAMS THIS SALE be Yard wwm!<■■■ * LADIES SHOffil THIS SALE 91=50 95.00 LADIES CLOAKS THIS SALE 91.50 KNIT SHAWLS THIS SALE 91.20 910.00 Children's Cloaks THIS SALS 95.05 91.00 White Counterpane* this sale 50c 91.50 LACK CURTAINS THIS SALE 91*0O v LA Spot DURING THIS SALE OUR BOOKS ARE CLOSED. NOTHING CHARGED TO ANYBODY- Big Dissoh On January 1,1907, the firm of CHANDLER & ARJHSTR From now until that date we will make extremely lo the prices here mentioned will indicate. A. 6- (pHAP ✓ Sale Begins 1 LADIES' SKIRTS We have the largest showing of the New Stylish high grade tailored Skirts, it has ever been our pleasure to show you. We can't mention the many styles, colors and prices, but every skirt in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

m.' $ia.r.o V LADIES €LOAKH J XiflS SALE « 4 $0.75 ' n $5.00 1 LADIES SKIRTS THIS KALE $8.75 $1.00 LADIEH WAISTS THIS 8ALK 50c US Cent Ladies Union Sulu THIS SALK lOo ution Sale i ' ' - ARJBSTR0N6 will be Jissolved by mutual consent. emely low prices in every department as a few of 6- CHANDLER will continue the business after Jan. 1st- Ijjjsjfe , j • g r day, Oct. 26th $a.5o LADIES SHOES THIS H.\LK $3.05 $a.oo I .A in KM SHOES THIS SALE $2.50 $30,000 Stock of Fancy Dry Goods. Ladies Furnishings and Ready to Wear Garments Thrown on the Market at Ridiculously Low Prices. Silks,Velvets and Dress Trimmings Our stock i« too large to make mention of each article to be found with a dissolution ticket on it. < 'ome and see the list. "6 inch Chandler & Armstrong'* $1.00 guaranteed Black Tuffethi Silk, the best' made at the price, only four bolts to be Bold, as long as it lastH, on sale at «! <• 1ft Inch fancy Shirt Waist Suit Silks in a large range of patterns, sold at $1.00 per ya...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

* ^ y v s * r , ' ✓ * f- ■ft We eonlir d0|r«oi upon our graduate*, and give diploma that wt.l he honored by any Institution In America. Te taught. Notes accepted for tuition. Positions guaranteed Cat- a lesson in ' • QHiiwhlp f~e. Your name on it cards for •temps W te«en pennansaip by mail. N. It- * ' v" ' "***•• MeKlnnejr. Teaaa. "t Am (rare indk*Uon of soma form of stomach tmublo, WHoumhm* or a Imd liver. Malari* will next overtake you. Don't risk It, and above all, don'ttakfi calomel orqulnlne—both are dangerous herbine baa nil their virtues—none of their deadly efloefca. HtKBING Ukon regularly will forest ill headacbea,put thediqesHvo orpransln pprfeot condi- tion. Head off biliousness, headaches, livor Ilia, keep you In good health. T3Y IT TO-DAY. 50o * Pottlo. AW Pfiigglata. } Sold by 8mith Broa. A Co., McKinney, Tesas. RAILROAD NOT I ABANDONED LINK MAY YET UK CONSTRUCT' KD WESTWARD. THE SHERMAN-DALLAS LINE Engineers Are Well on Their Way Establishing Grade Height* and Curve*....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

i 'iMt A« ' COPYRIGHT 1905 BY THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER i J Crimp is Here And of course you are thinking of your ■KB# Copyright 1906 Th« Houtt of Kupp«nh ltner We are well prepared to take care of your wants. Our stock is well assorted and remember that we have nothing but new goods to show you. When you buy from us you get all the Latest Styles of Manufacturers' Make-Ups of the Season. We carry anything for the Boys, Young Men and Old Men. Oar Boys Department that we added this season is the pride of our store. If ypu want a suit for the little ones be sure to pay this Department a visit. Our Kuppenheimer Clothing For Men has no equal in style, finish and fitting qualities. Ask those who wear them. Our suits for men range from $2.50 to $25. Were never so replete with so many different styles. We can please and save you money. We have caps and hats for the boys and men. You will be pleased when you inspect our line of Fur nishings for we carry by far we think the most complete line ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

■■■mill 111 <ww '^,:M vwwp **v A w M ':' 4 i Charter Oak Range Free BEGINNING Oct. 15th, at 2 o'clock p. m., we we will give away to each grown person one ticket, which entitles you to a chance of drawing a 160.00 Charter O.ik Bteel Range. You do not have to purchase a thing to get this ticket; we merely give it to you B3*When you com© to our store for your ticket we will explain how it is to be de- termined to whom the CHARTER OAK will be presented. We will issue 3000 tickets. None given to children—only grown persons. To Remove Freckles ® Pimples ut.. b„..vu nadinola A lie* dlftooverjr, told omtor a punitive gunr- atitoe unit mono? r - funded In ovorjr on i where It full* to remov* frurkluii. pUnplan, llror- blin-tlill. net*, eoliiii dlmxnora- tioni, black bond* and all erui>LluiiM of Hit* Kktn, no matter of bt w long nundlnii. Cnre^ urdlnarr ca-et In 10 -lay*. and tlio worst In 20 itay*. After _ <t«f«ctK art nmoTpd tba akin will r, soft, healthy and beautiful. No posnlbl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

Are Overstocked ON > > BUCGIES order to move same are offering special inducements for the next thirty I y giving a reduction of 20 per cent on same. We also have a large h ock Bv w >•<31 8?' W W K % v < wjSf.' and can make you the right prices and terms on them. Also the celebrated Superior Drills. We have the goods and tliey are of the gooil kind. Come and hade with us. You will never regret it, iI you buy your implements of us. Collin County mplement and Vehicle R. E. CARPENTER, Manager, McKinney, Texas. list |r- *r int M> the of esl Sin- no dei n In y of be- I :i 11 y 1 font FRIDAY. Oat ? Lueas, who Is on the pro- Jam ?or a speech nt the Ex-Confed- ate meeting in Dallas left this Horning for that city, accompanied Ins, wife, and daughters, Miss lorence, and Mrs. J. B. Hammock Ennls. (Mesdnmes Duncan Holder. Bob I tskey and Homer Coffey, and Mrs. L T. Dunn of Altoga, are visitors at ie Dallas fair today. ] D. B. Morrison and wife are rep- sentlng the Wetsel comm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 1 November 1906

w< ■ i > m' % * Days Sale ..AT.. DRY GOODS €0 rtcKinney, Tex. GRAND FALL OPENING SALE! Matchless Uki" roT JCoa Stiff Dry Goals Nei itatew thert'tl it 08 Thil Coranl Unltef arctic iiorjrhl ••d u. ed v«| Y penetl Y had I :;i m| W! Iuh el i duke A& [(■ y McKinney Sjf vf> a Company McKinney 9. X 4' \f/ & Sk The Entire House One Big Bargain Counter. Opens OcL 1st, Continues 30 Days.- When mn!( nre thrown open Monday morning, < >< t. I. it will 1 t t he signal for the beginning of the greatest money-saving sale ever inaugurated in this section of the countr*. As wo have overstocked oursehes making prei aration for a Hig Fall trade, and owing to the drop in cotton conditions, we have decided to give the people of Uollin ('otmty a HoneYeSaving Sa le- ^ will open Oct. 1st, and continue 30 days. Below we quote you a few of the thousand bargain*.* Men's Shirts 200 mens white stiff bosom shirts, regular value i oo and 2.00 49c 50 doz colored stiff shirts, best value 49...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

fe' < $% 00 PER YEAH. DEMO ■ • ■*r~- ■ r s i: JMP op -GAZETTE. ^pl jr ■■■ ■ ■ ■■■■ V McKINNEY, (X>LLIN COUNT* TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVKMIIKH *, HHMI. VOI.. 23. NO. 40. THAN ANY MAN LIEUT, PEARY ESTABLISHED A NEW RECORD. SENATOR J. W. BAILEY SPEAKS TO LARGE MCKINNEV BA1TIST CONVENTION. McKlnney to be Well Represented at , State Meeting. ro THE FAR FROZEN NORTH tUoiumaude* (iocs Farther Into Hie Ah l« KcgiouN Than Any Pre- vious Explorer. New York, Nov. 3.—The United States now holds the record of "far- therest north," 87 degrees 6 min- Ites This feat was accomplished by Commander Robert E. Peary of the United BtatoH navy. The intrepid arctic explorer failed to reach the ♦J* nor)th pole as he had conlldently hop A ed to do with his specially construct- £ ed vessel, the Roosevelt, but lie T penetrated nearer the pole than the "V* duke of Abruzzl's expidition which M had held the artlc record, xt; degrees er of the party and that for them he had a warm personal as well as po- litical ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

>1.. '*1 J* lt inthe neck, cutaneous eruptions, in- flamed eyelids, Hood'sSarsapariDa Effects permanent cure* FOR SALE BY SMITH BROS. The Democrat-Gazette. Published i„every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER ,B. WILSON, Publishers and Proprietors. To Bntwcrlfeen: -The dale printed oppo«lte your stow oo the margin of the paper or on tho wrapper lrdlc*t«* the time to which your aub- aortptiim l« imld. All aubacrtpttona expire on tktlnt of tto month. Any aubttc.rlber noJre- oalvtaig the paper regularly wUl pleaae notify ua W* do not aand rooelpta for ■WWJpMon *SteortpMon«, but oradlt aame on allp anached to paper, If credit la not ahown oo allp '" ten (an fron date of rawltunoe, natlfy thla ofDoe. cards as everything Subscription Rates. copy one year fl.00 Entered as second-class mail matter. McKlnney, Tex., November S, HKMl. A new and better era has dawn- ed in American political^ life, the grafter must go. Head the advertising columns, you will find them interesting and profitable....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

THURSDAY. ft n i, >- II e in (I II ill T. J. Moreland. who owm one of the prettiest farma and country home* In Collin county, located near Ardmth, came in to puiih his date forward to March 1908 on The Dem- ocrat-Oazette. He aUo takes the >; Dallas News at clubbing rate—$1.7a rt'or both papers one year. Mr. Moreland bus been one of our week- f ly'a most faithful friends for many years. JJoha Chambers has returned to Dsrsnt, I. T., after visiting his sick brother, Joe, at the home of their other brother, H. E. Chambers, in thli city. Win. Biahop. one of the county's j very heat citisens and living at Bish- op* gave our office an ever welcome vtstt. He renewed for The Democrat Oasette and Dallas News for Wm. Henry Jr., of Shelbyvllle, Illinois—• I1.T& tor both papers. He also took the Dallas News for himself at our dabbing rate. Her. and Mrs. Wm. Allen of Fris- co h^ve .been visiting their brother and aiater, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mam C. A. Flnley, our ataunch old frlesd living...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

JJ mm- il'i ; , , .J . _... I r' * , IliSHi V-S,, %■_ - ■ i-S WflrfaV . m sp rnARTKRBD. W* confer degrees upon our graduates, and ft" (hem a diploma that wnl be honored by any Institution In America. Te- legraphy taught. Notea eccepted for tuition. Poaltlona guaranteed. Cat atogue and aleason In penmanship f~e. Vour name on 13 cards for U een* In stamps. We teach penman snip by mall. N. R. BTONE, Prea.. McKinney, Texaa. Do You Wish To Cured? Then Try Nature's Treatment With out Drugs, IS BY nourishing the DIS- eased parts, not by druo- OINO, BUT BY u8ino TUB 20TH CENTURY DRUOLB88 medi- CINES. They contain no particles of any substance not found In the human tody during health, and they can hg depended upon to cure disease. As g matetr of fact, they are the quickest acting forces In the world, not excepting the moBt powerful drugs. They are the Identical Food elements. They give the system the only food it can possibly use, and which It has lost from the Inability to extract from you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

MW ^ ' t. 'a sS)?2o6E; ■jr % . .News From Over The County.. DUMP. MKLI88A. )v. 2.—Miss Morgan of Kaunas. |becn visiting her couuln, Mrs. Oisborn. Wit His, one duy last week. Messrs. Ui'.jiiii and Lewis Elliott of McKlnney dlnnd with Win. Btali- op and family Sunday. C. W. Wallis returned last Mon- r. and Mrs. T. 8. Shirley are pre- j day from u projecting trip In West- "g to move to Hereford, Texas. errt Texas Mrs. Led a Decker of Forest Grovt has been attending the bedside ot her mother. Mrs. J. C. Hardin, who haH been very sick for the last four or five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McCown of Foote have moved into our communi- ty. I.ewls Russell is reported some bet- ter at this writing. Mr. Charlie Jordan and family visiting them fron. few days, and we regret so to ht^ve them go. r. and Mrs. Cass C.shorn saw ppy Hooligan" ' in MeKinney nesday evening. rs. V. H. Bateman Is visiting her gliter, Mrs. P. J. Beyette, at ton. very one has bad colds here, ite an epidemic. rs. Strother and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

HBHHHHNH <, - . HllraH •y Li Hi w: m , >' .. v * <> . ■ «* MORE NEW GOODS and GREATER BARGAINS i'lut.1—."is Mr. Knight has just returned from market, the second time this fall, where he made purchases and picked up many lots of 6oods under value. We offer some big bargains the next 'll daysaioc: Men's, Boys and Youth's Suits and Overcoats at Special Prices 200 little fellows belted suits, $1.75 and $2.00 values Knight's Price 1 60 Large range of patterns in little boys suits at $2.00, $2.50 and 3 50 tM men's $7.50 fancy suits, Knight's special cut price 6 OO 'J00 men'* suits in large range of patterns, black ;ind fancy worsteds, sell at other stores at $12.50, our bpecial price 10 OO our specials in Men's Suits at $12.on and ^ Q OO Eureka Carpet Warp tfye best spool warp made on sale the box $1.25 Only a few of the good tilings to be found at our store during the net New Waistings and Wool Suitings On Sale 200 yards newest plaid waieting, mercerized; jGingliams, 36c valu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

yui- • ■r* •,?' 'A Ml: — = THE riD|NCE Gcod^dge recommend BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT ITPOSmVBLV CURBS filHf JataMMdw tto Ills that Plash fa Heir to. O. W. Wallaoo. Cripple Greek, Goto., write*: I have need your liniment in aaereneMtaek of Rheu- matism earned bj oold and exposure le the weather. Two applications relieved me ana I reoommsnd II highly." PRICE 18c, 80c, $1.00 •BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. St. Louis, Mo. to Wed. J. W. Thorns* snd Miss Goldle Hod by. H. K. Robbing snd Miss Myrtle Csrrulh. P. A. Nichols and Ml** Entmu Mi'. Mukin. Willis Howell and Dessle Patter- son, (col.) Mart Lane and Miss Jossio Luster. Wesley Perry and Miss Beulub Groves. J. H. Thomas sptd Miss Leila Dean. J. H. Rhy and Miss Alma Case. J. T. Wiekpg | and Miss tiwutfvu Brlnlee. * D. R. Atchleji snd Miss Mollle Patterson. .. ^ P. W. Collier and Miss Lizzie Thompson. W. W. Wright and Miss Etha Hsndley. Rufus Red snd Miss Martbs Chil- dress. R. I. Fsulker and Miss Jessie Self Mack J. Champion snd Miss Mat- tie D...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

I hi I W *fr>" •• *•• )J-V ^ * • * ' ' ■ , 6 - - - .. •' 1® ■ ■ *•,( mt -k • , ,.•* h< W? «. - .c ! MS *M * *«*>V 1 i$ S ®w*« 4# «a 4 verstocked A Money Saving Sale Now on at the Great Fair Store fe I n MM worth New Silks, New Woolen Goods, New Shoes, Hats,Trunks 91 UjUUU Blankets, Notions, Etc., to be sold during the next few weeks. We find we have too many goods on hand at this season of the year, and in order to turn our stock loose, we have cut the prices much closer than you could buy them at the factory. Sale starts Nov. io. Overstocked in all Dep'tments at the Great Fair Store 1000 yards good Calico will be sold dur- ing this great sale at ft yard 10 bolts dark outing, all out in one lot, it can't last long during this great sale at "H5 itsii lies' mm lac (juality Ribbons most any shade in stock all in one lot at your 10c choice this sale .'*5c Fascinators in white with all colors all in one lot at choice 25c 35c Pui \ses, Peter Pan and Wrist Bags, will be sold durin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

I ■RSI B9=5-5 We Finish Kodak Pictures Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! All kinds ami Hi/.Ob. Ask Your Neighbor About Our Work i HD.Mouzon's New Gallery No. 10. Wilt Virginia Street, One Poor Went of Dr. Met*' Oftioe, in Brick Building. Special Low Prices For a Short While. Dont have picture made until you nee what we are doing Every Picture is Guaranteed at our place and get our prioea. Mouzon Phone 390 McKinney.Tex When Others Fail Try Mouzon YISKLAND. Nov. 2. Mihses Mazie and Mattio Webb of McKlnney speii ♦ Tuesday night at Mr. J. I- Kerr's and attend- ed the box supper which was hold at Hloomdule for th - benefit ut the .school. The Mini < l was se- cured. Miss (Jra>«- Kerr Is visiting In Sherman. Mi«a Jackson <>f I'aron and vir. Walter Tnlkington ot" near Pilot Point apeni la 1 Sundaj afternoon wlt.h Miwi Retta Scott. Mrs. Sneed and daughter, Miss Ruth, of I.ikm". have liw'n vi.Hitlng Messrs. \V M. ..id .1. U. Kc r and families Miss li'Mia Morn who is attending school ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

! . McKinney | Octogenarian J m McKinney has in 0eo 11 ^ ant la, one of the moit honored and re- spected, aa well as one of the very cltlsens now living in Collin acre county. Owing to his old and prominent ancestry, his extreme age —nearing 87, and the further fact that he was the first tax collector of Collin county to hold the office under the new Constitution of T'?x- aa, which separated It from the of- floe of sheriff, previous to which Mom the same Incumbent filled both the positions, The Daily Courier* Osaette and Tne Democrat-Gazette take pleasure in publishing the fol- lowing biography of his Ions and useful life, believing that our read- ers will approclute the information and be profitably entertained by its perusal, a* well: Horn Fob. IK'JO. Geo. R. Yantis, son of Enoch and Kleanor Yaniis, was born in Stan- ford, Lincoln county, Kcntuck>, Fob. 20, IS20, In 1S27. with hi* father's family, he moved i< Kit <'H county, Keutueky. then a ver> sparsely settled wet I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

We Are Overstocked ON BUCGIES Air! iri order to move same are offering special inducements for the next thirty d>ivs, by giving a reduction of 20 per cent on same. We also have a large slock of <i & ifipiso-- and can make you the right prices and terms on them. Also the celebrate 1 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 buy your implements of us. Collin County Implement and Vehicle R. K. CARPENTER, Manager, McKinney, Texas. NATIONAL NIT GROWER#. Kirkpatrlck Retiring 1W- titut—Dallas (I*** Next Meeting. Scranton, Miss., Nov. 3.—Seventy- five members and delegatus repre- senting ten States and the District <|of Columbia attended the fifth an- nual convention of the National Nut Growers' Association. After receiv- ing reportB of the State vice presi- dents papers relative to the general culture of nuts and of Intermediate crops were read by Prof. John ' Craig of Ithaca, N. Y.; Secretary J. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 8 November 1906

' WM, kmWyj azette. iivniy Thursday. JT. PERKINS. WALTER B. WILSON, •nd Proprietors. i HubaoDben: -The dale prtnwd oppodtie ■susa: sx.t,ur£S: SfSSSLas Tssfiau"??" •string th* paper regularly will pises* notify u sanurjrsg,s&z at tjs Subscription Rate*. Om> ropy one year 91.00 ■mored as second-class mall matter. McJiinney, T«'\_ November 8, 1906. Now for the Collin County Poul- try Show November 30 and Decem- ber 1. Get your fine poultry In readiness for the Collin County Poultry Show November 30 and December 1. There la an abundance of materiul for a magnificent exhibition. The number of tickets sold in Mc- Kinney to Dallas on account of the fair was in excess of 2,700, accord- ing to J. E. Clarke, tbe local H. & T. C. agent. Thai is going gome. trouble* to yourself. Tbe world is **• too busy to care for your Ills sorrows. Learn to stop croaking. If you cannot learn to see any good in the world, keep tbe bad to yoarseif. I/earn to bids your pains and aches under a pleasan...

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