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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

tmmtmmumm I* ! I 1 1 1 ■' IS and THAT.. Hi 4 I : ft A at rs. ler se- W. r*. ty. of I If in I I >le 111 ho rtl r' he nd nt al tt ' re- ly n- ^^HERE one man gets rich through hazardous speculation a hundred git POOR ^^HERE one man stays poor through slow methods of saving, a hun- dred get RICH DC il/ICC deposit your money in Ut WlOt a GOOD STRONG BANK * WE'LL TURN OVER A NEW LEAF Whenever you or® inclined to open an account here. We want business of the right sort, this does not refer to amount; all deposits "Look alike to us,"and all business is fully appreciated by us and receives care- ful attention. M MONEY TO LOAN Based on Balances and Responsibility. First National BanK Mcttinney, Texas. Founded 1869 T. T. EMERSON, Pres. I J\ANCIS H. WELCH, Y-l'res. HOWELL, \i. SMITH. Cashici I* RE1) LMIRSON, Ass't Cashier \V1 liBA X KS-<«it A V KS. Marriage of Prominent Young IVo- , !«• ut Terrell. ir* t- O, es 15 t* V Wednesday evening. December 12. at T o'clock at the home of the bMtte'...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

bbb i '■ 3 >i,;*§§?'' V "i t f .if -n \«A s .it:. Illlllllllllllli -^W, IJ- .HIVllW," We Do X( t Offer to Sell I he IS ame MS* 2*:... i U C' Xi &M i'v >1 tu Lcu^.ie ill Van Xant coutuv. They are bnilt for Collin county people, who know a good thing when they see it. The St. I.fuiis ctv school board purchased 8o Kstey Pianos and after five years test discarded tY ir other makes and purchas- ed Kstevs exclusively. I have :i nice Estey I'pl ight, been med, at $88.00 f A Kimball Grand Would Make a Nice Christmas Gift. THE KIMBALL PIANOS ^7 received, the highest award at the World's Fair in 1893, the gold medal at the Omaha Exposition in 1903 and scores of other medals until further medals would be useless. I here are 68 musical conservatories and colleges in the United States using them and their thorough satisfaction and the most famous musicians of the world such as Lillian Noidiea, Marceiia Sem- brich,limma Kames, John Philip Sousa, etc., recommend them. THE KIMBALL PIANOS ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

I , . * H ; ^#1#1t* ^*€" ^ . % >>*M; ft l B 0 I'MuMaUMi' i «* .' } ■ «1 H t ' -#* ,«*««.:' tmmaiBti t W«MA* W. tflBflfi + «W^%« IMV'* fttflMtot \i < I ONE OF THE BEST IN TEXAS Livery, Sale. Feed . And Transfer Stable •SB** The Place Where Your Wants Are Studied No more commodious nor better equipped stable can be found in or out of the State. McKinney and Collin County are recognized as the home of fine horses, and this stable is in keeping with that condition. It is the place where you always get satisfaction. vVwr , A telephone call will bring to your door on short notice A splended cab or car- riage, with attentive driver to look after your wants. The pleasure of a drive will be greatly enhanced if the rig is ordered from this stable. Remember it is here you get the best. o * *. of* For the Best service in all departments of the livery business, call on us. V- *> I WHITE & Phone *410 « MCKINNEY, TEXAS V> . v • **' A i'.i • v ■*I f V £ * % K I II • ff \ v 4 &...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

. ( y■,~v McKINNEV llt'SIN'HHH Eight V«ir of Host Mucixnm. COLLKfJB mnde sper 1*1 preparation. We began >ur work, faot in fear and trembling, L...A 1 ™ - . wmm Kcmarkab' * a 11 II 11 i ■« : ! I I 4 I The McKinney Business College Is closing out Its eighth year. Thli ha* been a year of the most phenotn enal success In the history of the achool, Perhaps no other college ever had the same kind of expert enee which we have enjoyed, and t suffered and endaired, during these eight years. It may be of eon* Interest to the public to know something of the progress which the school has mad« during these eight years. We begai under very udverse circumstances There had been a number of at- tempts to establish a buslnc-M vol lege in McKinney, the year before we came, but they were all fall ures, and hi some Inrances ever, woree than failures, many of the putrons of those schools hud been robbed ot their money, and a num- ber of the merchants with whom the business college men tradeg lost thei...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

•II ■r.tif, RFTl-SEVEN YEARS A RESIDENT OF TEXAS III ers shoe ill n lality (htji 14.—To the EditorH of the Courler-Oaxette uud The Dem- iuzette, McKlnney, Texas. It your request, 1 herewith you a few recollections of m> life and the early times la Tex- • * • • • in TrniHitM'f. writer of this sketch was born mner county, Tennessee, Nov. 840, went to school one shori o, to u crusty old bachelor d Mitchell und got a good many made gome little progress in g and writing but my recol- ns of old Mitchell are anything leasant. * In 1840. to Texas with my parents In 849, when but little over 8 year.} Id, In a caravan of twelve or fifteen i-agOns and carryalls; of the twenty jjfj" r|pmy JP# urns that were In this an, but f*w i re now living, r f&mily stopped at John Cofl- S (a r-nall houie without any loqr ). My brother, Q. A. Wilson, #h0 had preceded us to Texas nd brother-in-law, P. It. Wallis, uj|t a log house md a board ksmlth shop on the southeast er of the Bquare in McKlnney he f...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

Judge Mi. ===—-==-==========« ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ XfmmuMutm to M um'BTOBn" J| BnMt kjr KMmt ai ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦! < M G°°5iU recommend LINIMEI IT POSITIVELY CURBS it G«ts, Burns, pralm, Corns, mad all the IBs that FMi Is Heir to. O. W. Wallace. Cripple Creek, Colo., writes: I have used your liniment in a serere attack of Rheu- matism caused by cold and exposure to the weather. Two applications relieved me ana I recommend It highly." PRICE 28c, SOy, $1.00 BALLARD SNOW UNI MENU' CO. St. Louis, Mo. f- m *od Recommended by SOLD BY SMITH MtorHhK# APPEAL DIHMIHHKI). Way Now tlear for Commuting Sen- tcnrt1 of I'm rick. Washington, Dec. 14.—The iifr peul In the cane of Albert T. Patrick, convicted of (he murder of William Marsh Rice, and now under sentence of death, was dismissed in the Su- preme court of the I'nited Stales to- day on motion of his counsel, Ex- Senator Lindsay. The proceedings of the court wer* very brief and consisted of the for. mal motion, immediately followed by the action of t...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

- > ♦ ♦ ♦ 5 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ «.w <• I Vital Statistics. C. H. Anshburn and wire, Clear Lake, girl. \V. B. Moore and wife, Weston, boy. ; R. J. Woraack aud wife. Clear Lake, boy. _jt a. L. Putman and wife, Clear # r VI Lake. boy. J. T. Barber aud wife, Culleoka, girl. ^ E. H. Thomas and wife, Culleoka, Wfcirl. J. A. Bandy and wife, Princeton, girl. Tom Loden and wife, Culleoka, girl. W. E. Bowen and wife, Culleoka, boy. Emet Lee and wife, Culleoka. boy. Kobert Kayouru anu wae, wyue, fglrl. Leo Cook and wife. Lucas, girl. * L. W. Wilder and wife, Altoga. tglrl. F-tink Fondrews and wife, Allen, iff} r1, j& Davis end wife, Wylle. girl. T. M. Hughes und wife, Wylle, boy. W. 8. Walters and wlfa, Wylle, girl. J. A. Ashlock and wife, Frisco, girl. R. Warner and wife, Wylle, girl. J. T. Worthcent and wife, Frisco, boy. Ben Fort and wife, Murphy, girl. Oil Oatlln and wife, Murphy, girl. Jim Turner and wife, Murphy, girl. ^ Kit Wilson and wife. Pinker, girl. P. Morgett and wife, McKlnney. boy...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

v rr^' ' ' SL 'J J '■ **-.' ■ . ■ f ! fc EMr*'. k# I p- ; m, ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ..Fire Department., \ CHIEF JOHNNY MeKINNBY. Of all the Institutions of McKin- ney none commands the pride and good will of the people more thai, the Fire Department. Composed as ills of the very best men in the city, it has always been one of the best volunteer companies In the state, and has time and again done effi- cient service in the saving of life and property from the devastating flames. The engine and hose company was oganized Feb. 15, 1887. Charter granted 1887. A. L. Jones was the first chief, and had no assistant, but Henry Collins was foreman of Engine ana Hose Company No. 1. T. F. Man gum waa foreman of Hook and Lad- der Company No. 1. and O. M. God- dard secerttary of the McKinney Fire Department at that time. Sam Rudolph was secretary of Engine and Hose Company No. I. At the present time the officers are as follows: Chief, J. S. McKinney. Assistant Chief, Tom Cloyd. Treasurer, Bob Goostree. Secret...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

ft I * ■* t / , <} I h i, KNIGHT Offers many tempting values for Holiday Shoppers. Only a few more days till Xmas. and many lines of seasonable merchandise must be closed out by that time. S^Read the Cut Prices: Many most appropriate Xmas Presents to be found at this store Big: stock ladies misses and Children's Union Suits W. S. Knight Buy Here and Save Money Save Money on Your Xmas Purchases at this sale Big stock Men's anil Boy's New Ties, Gloves, etc., for Xmas Presents. 3ooo yards good 5c quality cotton checks on sale, cut price the yd. . 4C 2o dozen ladies line black underskirts nicely trimmed with tucks and rutHes on sale while they last only.each 75c Big stock of "American Beauty" Corsets just in, the best on the market All styles—see them. II 2o dozen children's Fascinators oil sale while they last, each 1 5° II Iood yards calico the yard 3C* 800 ysrds bleach crash Toweling sells elsewhere at 5c, while thev last the yard 3 1 2c looo yards good 7c outing on sale cut ptice...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 20 December 1906

* . • *'k- I M ■nr%< m . | ■ i • ■• • , THE... TIm- Oolliii IliMik COLLIN COUNTY A Capital Idea i« the one showing your deposits in a good bauk. Have you such a book? If not why not have one It's easy. Come to the Collin County National Bank. Start an account there Willi as many dollars as you like. You'll find It mighty comfortable reading after you have not the habit of de- positing. Try it any way. You cai. withdraw your money when you like—but you won't like. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦• •+*♦ *+♦• ♦♦♦+♦ ..NATIONAL. RANK hi a JL ^ JL ak is sure to carry you through to suc- cess. It leads up to the fountain head of popularity and wealth. Try banking here and you won't need another account. Our resources are ample to supply funds to our depos- itors for business wants, and borrow- ing terms are fuvorable. An account here Is valuable. Open one now and see how it adds to your credit Rt a tiding. One of the Oldest Financial Institutions in North Texas And Like Wine, Grows Better With Age. The b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 December 1906

■ I mm\ IL. H 'W ■' * 1 If f U)ccl lu eitwcrftt- 1.00 PER YKAR. McKINNKV, COLLIN COUNTY, TK XAS, THURSDAY, DKCKMBKK 27, lOOtt. VOL. ail, NO. 47. h i't & ./a i ■•j FINE STOCK AND POULTRY RAISERS At it ineetiug of (he CoJllu Coun- y Fine Stock und Poultry Breeders' ijiHoclatlou. htild ui the court house ftturday afternoon, officers were {ected for the ensuing term ntf fol- twfl: •J. P. Moulden. president. Armp Hill, vice president. I J. Frank Smith, secret ary-treas- rer. • A new executive committee was Jos^n as follows. Dr. J. W. CrosB- Fhlte. R. W. OrUble. Clint Thomp- ifl. Mrs. Hattle Quensenberry, Mrs. laVry Singleton. A vote of thanks was unanimously inderod H. E. Singleton for 'his •rvices as superintendent of the loll in Connty Poultry Show, to J. •rank Smith for hie services an sec- •t ry. to the merchants and capltal- ts of McKlnnev for their liberal jntributiona and to nil who contrlb- ted in nny way toward the success t the show. The financial report of Ite secret •ry-t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 December 1906

9>' ' The Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTKlt B. WILSON loiters, Publishers and Proprietors. BeUcrlbwe:-The date print* jaggggat rffi.taMrrS,~- 3S™ onKt S •xS'.isssurwS UtvSSc P>PM wui piMM notify U Habtcrlpiion Rates Om copy one year $1.00 Entered sb second-class mall matter. MrfLlnney, Te*., December 87, l®06. Charlie Culberson for president. Not a bad Idea. The wheat fields of Collin county now have a good season. It has at last been decided that raising of turkeys Is a get-rlch-qulck scheme. A city with as many fine churches as McKlnney ought to have a Y. M. C. A. building. The Greenville Banner Is enter- ing its thirty-seventh year, and Is as spry as a youngster. You may buy cheaper lands than those found in Collin county, but you will never buy better. Sawing wood will not answer just now. The Texas senators and legis- lators are expected to Bay something. Texas will begin the New Year In n prosperous condition. Texas is the biggest and bes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 December 1906

rrwl. wbl for] |Tig W theui l.intm FRF*" TOBACCO FOR ADVERTISING PURPOSES The a<anuk*cturer d BLACK BEAR CHEWING TOBACCO liau authorized all dealers in his seoeion :o give On® PIuy of HACK MAR In* with Mrh 1« of Two rkijr*. Two Plui; f CLACK MAX with each iw of Foi.r !".tirn. ThiM Piujfs of BLACK SCAR lr«* with tach mU of Six Plugs. This extremely liberal offer is made at the expense of the manufac- turer, and is fur advertising purpose* only. This u ill give an opportunity to all who like tUirk, rich ant. tightly sweetened tobaccos, to lay in a good supply of tobacco of unsurpassed merit while this offer lasts. The object of 'his deal is not to wtl BLACK BEAK tobacco a' !?v than the regular price, but it is to convince all who like tobacco similar In grade, Mint B LACK BEAK is the best of its kind This offer is made for a limited time—as the manufacturer could not afford to continue it indefinitely, and with the expectation that all who take advantage will iik? the tobacco so we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 December 1906

INC EVILSOf CONSTIPATION. * ^nryow Knows When Ht Is ConftJ* . pelted and Everyone Should Know the Risk He is Running When ... I Ho Fails to Promptly Correct it. p supper at Wl moth ' , ' - Which to epidemic or OtherwIaetO or She May bo ITxpnood to Remit Seiioualy. mmmmrnmi There are two way* to remove consti- pation; the wrong way ia to drench the bowel* with a powerful, griping, draatic cathartic that injurea the coating of the bowel channela and producea an early ' return of the trouble in a more chronio form. The right way ia to uae a natural, easy and mild laxative that tonea up and strengthens the bo* els and leaves a healthful influence behind it. Prickly Ash Bitters will empty tbc bowels just j aa thoroughly as the harsher cathartics, And combines all the tonic and strength- ening properties necessary to perms* . aently cure the habit. Accept bo •ubstltnte. Iaal.it on having the grnnuic prickly A h Bitter* with the large figure ft in red on the lixit label. Idd l*«*rv.a ereb ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 December 1906

■fr. h g |ap- of m N, 'ex a ."s n lie. roi r.v 11' jrts: at loo loo loo loo & During: the holidays ho You Want BAD BISCUITS % Bad Bread and Pastry or WHITE BILLOWS FLOUR You Can't Have Both. wmmmm&n® nnmii Kidger MONDAY. Many nice compliments on our special Christmas edit on. Much obliged. Stanford Scott of Allen, route 1, called Saturday while In the city and paid subscription on The Democrat- Gazette. Miss Bessie Matthews, accompa- nied by her little sisters, Ruth anil Bme, went to Sulphur Springs to-1 have you call whenever In the city, Mr. Hlnes. W. M. tilenn, who lives three tulles north ot town, accompanied by hiu son, Fate, went to Grand Prairie today to visit his brother. Presley Duncan has arrived from Wichita Falls to spend Christmas with his wife who is visiting lvr parents, Postmaster and Mrs. 11. E. Smith, and his parents, Mr. and _ | Mrs. Win. Duncan. Tinkle and Never Sispect it How To Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it ataud twe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 December 1906

. PiW* T - % :' : - l£ * ™ ) : , , ' _ /'■ |' > Wk * ; il YOUNG PEOPLE WEI u> Two Of McKinney's popular young ptoplt, Loren Ooddard and MIhh Dm* aa Qutgesell, surprised their many frleiHhi Sunday afternoon by quietly repairing to the home of Rev. C. L. Dickeyf pn&'.or of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, by whom they were Joined In marriage. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mra. O. M. Goddard of thin city, where he was reared, and Is one of McKin- ney's most highly esteemed young men. He has for some time been stenographer at the Collin County lilll and Elevator Company and Is a young man of excellent buslnesa qualifications. The bride wan rear- ed In this city but spent some six years with relatives In the North, returning to this city ubout tliree years ago. She Is a niece of Charlie Martin here and Is a most attractive and amiable young lady whose friend# are numbered by the score. May the highest happiness and prosperity ever attend the young husband and wife. UIU ELECT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 December 1906

Ki AVfcgefable Preparation for Aa- sloHating tteFood aodBegula- ling the Stonacta anlBowels of I M WIS r' < HJI'DKI.N Promotes Digeslion.Cteerfuh ne s and Rest.Contains neither ( (Mum.Mttrplune nor Mineral. Not: . jmrt« oUfirSAMUamOCR SmU- ot "n arc otic. J Apcrfcct Remedy forConstipa- Hon, Sour Stomarh, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- ncss and Loss OF SLEEP. 111 Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. GASTORIA For Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of L A I t> 111 < 111 EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTOMA MRS. OSLER A CENTENARIAN. Her Son Gaiucd NoUiricty by Hln "Chloritforui" Statement. New York, Dec. 15.—A dispatch from Torouto says that Mrs. Feath- erstone Osier celebrated her lOoth birthday yesterday. She is, the mother of tour distinguished sons Judge Osier of the Ontario Court of Appeals; E. P. Osier, M. P.; Dr William Osier, professor of medicine in the University of Oxford, and the late B. B. Osier, who...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 27 December 1906

lip m , 40# - •' ' I oooooooooooooooooo <vyy>0<xy>0<yyx>060d0 STIFF DRY GOODS COMPANY _1I Our Entire House One Big Bargain Counter AS we arc greatly over-stocked and weather conditions-this fall have been unfavorable, we have decided to give the people of Collin County a Money Saving Sale, beginning now and continuing till the first day of January. Below we quote you a few of the thousands of bargains offered: Holiday 4««u}a|jio m O0JOJ | i Xim. Goods We have a large number of articles suitable for Christmas, presents such as Fancy Suspenders, Initial Handkerchiefs for Ladies and Gentlemen, handerchiefs in Automobles, Trunks and Tele- phones to please the little folks. Also Silk Shawls, Circular Shawls and different kinds of Fancy Shawls at a very low price. Millineru ,1-2 Price We have a large stockof Millinery which from now on till Jan. ist, will be sold at Half Price. Men's Shirts 200 men's white stiff bosom shirts, regu- lar value 1.00 and 2.00 49c 50 doz colo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

Jr*t "V '-X I toeckln $1.00 PRU YEAR. cmocrat- McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13. 1007. VOL. liJl. NO. 4H. IARRIS JOHNSON PASSES AWAY The many friend* of the family [W6r© greatly saddened by the an- vnouncement of the death, Sunday ^evening, at G o'clock, of J. Harris [John-ion, at his home, No. 20 North wcntucky stre .i. His fatal illneas wai heart disease. lie suffered a stroke of paralysis October 8th and steadily and rapidly declined uhtll relieved by death as above stated. .The deceased was born June 5, ]. at Lebanon. Tennessee, where jhllllved until 187v when he came |:t<Wexa3, settling near McKlnney, *Wpre he has continuously resided since, except for about five that he lived at Iowa Park. Wichita county, Texas On 8ept. 2, 1ST4. ho was married {to Mis.* Ella Stnrcy, sister of Dick ind Al Searcy of McKlnney and a timber of one of the county's most bpected old families. His good rife preceded him to the grave only few months, having died the twen- ty-first...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

1—MM— . . >? 1 1 . , " ■ $ ■L , M. , ■ The Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PKIUilNB WALT Kit B. WILSON Uditom, IHbliHheni nod Proprietor*. To Bvteorlb*rt: — The dale printed opposite ssjrwya BS&MJWt •rossweyj effing tiM p«p«r regularly will pleaae notify ua We do not send reoalpta for ■oeey paid on .atoortpUona, bet oiegit aame on aUp anaotoad .aeSeMforodU la not shown on slip Is ten 4a «^eei date of remittance, notify tela olBoe. gutMcription Hates One copy one year fl.OO Entered as second-class mall matter. McKhwry, T«**as, January 3, 1907. The toy pistol has added to the angel band. It has ever been thus. Mr. Roosevelt has dropped his phony spelling aild gone back to Webster. The Dallas Times Herald opines that some one has put up a Job on the Comanche suffraslns. Actions or the negro troops at El Reno, Ok., would Justiry some more strenuosity on the part of the president. That clash between negroes and whites in Mississippi Christmas day is a forcible r...

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