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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

< . t t:-. WINDING UP THE SEASON SALE McKinney. Our 1 and broken lots lightly soiled Munlin Underwear, small lots of slippers, and all kinds of dependable seasonable goods, that we won't cirry over, and to sell all such, and the remainder of all summer goods, we will cut the prices in many instances to half—some even less. We do not carry goods from season to season no matter what the loss may be, or the price it takes to sell any article, we sell it. 80 we can show all new goods the next season. If you attend this Winding Up the Season Sale you will be convinced that we sell as we advertise, and visa versa. Our Mr. Chandler is now in the east buying our fall and winter stocks, fthich will soon begin to arrive, and we must have all the available space for our big fall and winter stocks. We havent made mention of one half of the Winding-Up of the season bargains, and upon attending this sale you will find hundreds of articles on sale at unknown cut-sale* prices. Come to the Big An...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

( V r i. ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy L«tt«r* From The Courier- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. BRANCH. Thin place wan visited lijr an Jectrlcal and rain storm last Mon- ay morning and result was East 'ork waa a good sized river for two ays, being a mile wide. We also ad another good rain (his morning t 4 o'clock. Rev. Ellis commenced a protract- d meeting at Orahnm Bridge Sat- irday night. Revs. Cook and New- me will assist in the meeting. Little Miss Vlrgie Strickland of ..awton, Ok., who has been visiting er aunt, Mrs. Mury Hassell at this •lace, returned home last week. Mrs. M. M. Sanders and Miss vilnnle I^ineer are visiting relatives >f Mtb. Snnders' In the Territory. Mrs. Jane Wlllborn and two /oungest children arc visiting her dater In the Territory. Quite a lot of tlsh were caught luring the overflow last week. \V. rl. R. Mathews and J. M. Denlson md two small boys caught over 1 0 >ounds In Mr. Mathews' Held. Ml. Jessie of Weston is visiting lis so...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

) «*V' 1 k¥ ;rat-Gazette. TOM W. PERKINS. WALTER B. WILSON, Publishers and Proprietor*. ' lndl -The date printed opposite margin of the puwr or on the .thetWto whicn your «ub- 3* la paid All subscription* expire on It of RMi month, Any ub crU«r hot it- the paper regvltrly will pluate notify ua. not aend reoalpta for macey paid oa Uoea, b«t credit aanne on allp attached r, It or*dtt la not shown on allp in tan i date of raspittanoa, notify this offloa. TO OEMOIHAOV OP IViaJN. Nrnator A. P. Barrett Answer* Klwlioiwvr Slanders of Kan* drll liuaatfrn. Subscription ItatM. copy one year «I.«0 Thursday, July 26, 1906. 16 Pages this Week. THIS WEEK'S DEMOCRAT-OA- ZKTTB. The Democrat-Gazette has been gotten out the pant two Issues under many disadvantages. We have been moving the Gazette office to the Democrat office, our large buildings are thoroughly overgoing a general cleaning, being repapered and re- painted, and besides we have hud considerable work to keep us very busy. However, we gr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

-mm m -m ,WHP ^ -II ■ -,> . , « «• -lifliltU u « \ / I ■* ,v WMWfr ittaHiiWr " -""all'- rtirr'niinirt 1 ?ic(iwMipaii': renin's Latest Book Free to Men Am the revolt of 32 year* of oucoeooful specialty practice Dr. Terrtll le par- ticularly fitted for tHe tank of writing a borrect and accurate work on the Pelvic and SpcoitfDlieases vP«cular to-the Male Beit. His latent book No. 19 i* conceded to be the bent of Ito kind ever published. it bae not been writteu for profit but to give men necessary scientific information, Mid they will be oent ABSOLUTELY Free to any address as long as they Iwt. Whether you are afflicted or mrt, send _ _ for one today. The book will be sent J. H. TKRK1LL, M. D you by flr«t mall in a plain, sealed envelope If you mention this p^per and enclose si* cents for postage for packing. r R TKURILL gu trastees to positively core varitocele stricture, contagious blood poison, lost maShoodSeminal emissions, nkrvous de- bility, epilepsy, catarrh, hydrocele, piles, ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

''If It Cymes From "Coodin" iff Good Indeed* A Person of Sense is a person who best preserves those faculties with which nature has endow- ed then. They may "hate to wear glasses"—roost people do—but the per- son of intelligence thankfully accept# this opticial aid when their eyes tell of its need. When yours speak let us act. Our service, treatment and prices shall all be right. radrttTU~!W«*Wr D. GOODIN, Here 30 years 1/* IIUUL/II1 * "The Jeweler" McKinney, Texas. '• Always Voir Money's Worth.'' y\ r "i 8i ir m Herd headed;by Rowdy Rivers 91039. Choice young pure bred pigs, ttll ages, for sale. Win. KIVEllS, Mc Kinney R 4, (Charnbersville) Texas. "a? 1 1 CHAUTKItKl). Wo confer degrees upon our graduates, and give them a diploma that wi.l be honored by any institution in America. Te- legraphy taught. Notes eccepted for tuition. Positions guaranteed. Cat- alogue and a lesson in penmanship fr«e. Your name on 12 cards for 25 cents In stamps. We teach penmanship by mail. N. It. STONE, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

■ "A. f r , ' .'... -.v.'. ' <" 'V i ■■■V -■■■: .1" , • ■ v . ~tt: ' ■ " . fti ffiw* *w •■■■•. ■ ■: V:.; 1 J?;is < IMAMi = ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and N«wsy Letters From The Courier- Giitttt't Corps of Special Correspondents.1 9 LUCAS. heavy rain fell here Saturday Lucy Scott of Rockwall Is ig Miss Myrtle Cook this week, [r. and Mrs. Spurgeon have gone Tioga Wells. lira Mollle Cook returned from lie Saturday, where she has been tdlng the bedside of her duugh- 4ter4n-law, Mrs. Chas Cook, who Is alck. Hr. and Mrs. Bob Bowman spent irday and Sunday In Wylle. The children day exercises were attended and enjoyed by all nt. Dr. R. E. Morrow and wife were i McKlr ey last week, visiting Join.*?, McKlnney. Miss Johnnie Morrow of W.vlle 1b via!ting at Mrs. Bob Bowman's. Rev. Nealy ftlleu his regular ap- itment at this place Sunuay. Ruth Sneed came home Sat- from Denton, where she has attending the Normal. uses Grace and Maria Kerr were Sunday. Mrs. Allen Rlddy and family are Uniting...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

IERAL AT iUSSATHURSDAY I'jKH OF ENGINEER WATT* / LAID TO REST. ECIAL CAR FROM DENISON wife* Ww ODBdarted I nder Aflfflrni of Rrotherhood of Locomotive KnKlnwrti. that ever watched over tin J kept him so free from sin. keep them to meet htm on the bepny shore, a here parting la no more. 9j '.et ns with Christ firmly stand until we meet In that happy home. Written by his friend DENNIS ROLLINS. LONDON GHOST SHOW. It Hi;* Mystified Millions—Will ltc at State Fair. The remains ot, Engineer Joe r'attg whose tragic death, with two >mpanlons, in a switch engine reck at Dallas Tuesday night, has sen reported In these columns, issed through this city Thursday, iroute to Melissa, the home his wife's mother, Mrs. Rebecca lirley, and were Interred at the elisHU cemetery at 10 o'clock. | A special car from Denlson 'ought some seventy-five members the Brotherhood of Locomotive )Sneers, of which the deceased as a member, and other friends, e services being conducted under >e auspices of that ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 26 July 1906

ff# KltS. BMMA fLZISSNKB Over Two Years—ffeaitk Wm Precarious Condition—Caused By Pelvic Catarrh. 3}":; i V' if $.''.5$ li-. * / { i ■' a® 1 1 .XC^v.ss;;.. 11 iki ' 1 : I K iffl j . ,HEALTH AND STRENGTH RESTORED RY PE-RU^NA. 'Kra. Emm* Flelssner, 1412 8l*th -Ave., Seattle, With., Worthy Treae- v«i Bona of Temperance, write*: •«/ Buttered over two years with /r« regular and painful period*. My health wan In a very precarious condition and # wm anxious So find something to re• 'Store my health and strength. MI wm very glad to try Peruns and <dellghted to find that It was doing me good. I continued to u e it a little over i months and found my troubles re* "/ consider It a splendid medicine 1 shall never be without It, taking a occasionally when i feel run- land tired." Oar file* contain thousands of testi- monials which Dr. Hartman haa re- ceived from grateful, happv women ■who have been restored to health by i remedy, Peruua. ANNOLNvtMENIS For For For For For For For For •For For ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 2 August 1906

' & a ■ i * < > . • •• -GAZETTE ■HTBKBO AT THE POSTOFFIOB 8KOOND-CLABS MAIL MATTU. .$1.00 PER YEAR. McKINNEY. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1906. VOL. 23. NO. 27. REV. G. L BUSH HAS RESIGNED ACCEPTS PASTORATE UA1NES- VILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER I Strong Effort to Retain Hint Here | | But Definite Announcement Wan Mule Friday. / Rev. Geo. L. Bush, who has been pastor of the First Christian church of this city for something over two years, has resigned to accept the .pastorate of the Christian church in YGainesville, tne resignation becom- ing effective September 1. The res- ignation was presented to the official board of 'he church several weeks ago and since that time a strong ef- fort has been made to have Bro. Bush reconsider und withdraw it, but he Anally decided upon the mat- ter and definite announcement to that effect was made Friday morn- ing. McKlnney has never had a min- ister more highly respected and es- teemed by the whole people, ir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 2 August 1906

W<% Democrat-Gazette. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTKIt B. WILSON, Publisher* and Proprietor*. To Subscriber*The 4 t« printed opposite jrour name cn the margin of the paper or on the wrapper indicate* the time to which your ub- •crtptloo I* paid. All ub crtptk>nii expire on Ike hret of Ac month. Any subscriber not re- oeivtDK the paper regularly will pleat* notify ua. The Courier-Gazette strive* to be a newspaper for all the people all the time. If you know a news Item, tell ui of It. July ha« been a month of varied assortments of weather, ranging from the sizzling heat of mid-sum- mer to the chilly blasts of autumn. m look bark affection the * we.find this mat^.J lovilest thing on earth But Isn't there a conviction down deep la our souls that we ihould have done much better If our fa- thers had taken time and trouble lo share confidence In the years mat counted most? reoelpU for r j, credit aaste on allp data of rswlttanoe, notify paid oa a'tachi-«l office SabscripOon Hates. One copy o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 2 August 1906

CULBERSON IS 4 EXPECTED rOIHl*KAK FIltMT DAY IF POHH(> / v 1ILK. FEATURE OF WOODMEN DAY Fannersvill filiform Hank ami Ju- venile Drill -Team—Hunduy School l>ay. It's only a very Hliort time until the Collin County Ex-Confederate an«l Old Settlers' picnic and reu- nion, to be held at Ben^e's park. Just southwest of town, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, AuRiist 8, and 10, and the Association Is busi- ly engaged getting matters In readi- ness for the big event. As previously stated, the first day Is to he Confederate day, when the annual dinner to veterans will be served at the home of Comrade W. Klrkpatriek by the Daughters or the Confederacy. Several pronil nent speaker* have been Invited and ( are expected to deliver addresaea on that day. I'nlted States Sena- tor Charles A. Culberson states that If he can possibly arrange to do so, he will be here Confederate day and deliver an address. The aecond day, which will be Woodmen day, will from all indica- tions. be largely attende...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 2 August 1906

i, I 'si "mm k-m:4 ' • '^Sphb $f-'^mSKMIP : r'y.r,' " > . • ■>'V.'■•■,' X 7*' ■ . . - V J i .'■ ■*'■' '., , * *1 t'B I , ' Blood Humors Cownouly eanaa pimple*, boils, hire*, eciem* or Milt rheum. or Mine other form of erup- ttoa; but nowUbwi they mlit in the aritem. Indicated by feel lues of weakness, languor, loaa of appetite, or cenerai debility, without caoeinr any breaking out. Hood's 8arsaparilla expel* them, re iterates, Mnutbens and tones the whole system. This in the testimony of thousands annually. Accept no substitute, but insist on ha vine Hood's Sarsaparilla la usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as tarMUlb*. 100 doses IL «!■ , i < • tp MM ?<ww —SB- Dalljr and Weakly Oaiette and Dally Courier and Weakly Democrat. They are both good newspaper men and the consolidation not only make* a strong team but It ahould be appre- ciated by the bualneaa element of 'McKlnney.—Wllla Point Chronicle. the Democrat-Gazette. TOM W. I'KRKINH, WAJLTKK B. WILSON1, ir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 2 August 1906

-H 11 I 1 I 1 l III l 1 1 1 H-: I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 I I 1 I;: h TNX * Constant watchfulness is the price * * os financial fafety. Guard your ,, Bank Book carefully and rest as- ,, sured that the .. Collin Co. Nat'l Bank jj will guard your funds with equal .. care and faithfulness. Watch the .. growth of your deposit, assist it .. i o grow for in it lies your only • hope of success and through ft • • onljr can your ambitions be real* • • _ J. L. White, Cashier. ' \ II 1 1 I 1 1 II 1 1 III I -H N 1 I 1 1 I H 11 1 1 1 Ml I I 1 1 1 I New Grocery Firm! Oil H. Stiff and F. F. Christie have associated themselven together in the ^ Staple and Fancy Grocery | Business, and invite thtir friends, and the public in ^ general to call on them. Pure, fresh goods, prompt £ delivery, and the patronage of the public solicited. ^ HtTEROLODICAL REPORT FOR JULY AH KEPT BY Aim WILSON VOL- UNTAKY OliHKItVKK. MORE RJUN THAN IN YEARS Precipitation <i renter Than For Six Year* With Oik- Exception...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 2 August 1906

V '••• 01 f iM 'mm ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright art Mcwsy Letters From The Democrat Gacettf'f Corps of Special Correspondents. V1KKY GROVE NO. 2. Aa other big rain ten ere Satur- evenlng, which was not appre- very much. ler italriwater, who has been aick, is better at thi writing. Osborne of Woodlawn vlsit- thls community Saturday and Sunday. Farrell and family of Verona her brother, Jim Hipp. Satur- night and Suuday. in Ho b. who has been very wltb typhoid fever, is gome er at this writing. 1). Tompkins and sun, John at- tended the Barrett-Randell speak- .ing at McKinney Thursday. Several from this community at- tended meetinK at Princeton Sunday night. The voters of this community want to the polls Saturday to tell the candidall's their views about the election. J. E. Skelton and Willie l.ooney made a business trip to McKinney last Wednesday. Several from this community at- tended the baptizing at Princeton Friday. Jennie the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. Miller of Princeto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 2 August 1906

1 w www , <, i ' v / t 1 •• .1 ** * T * COLLIN COUNTY'S Ex-Confederate and Old Settlers UNION ftf U McKinney, Texas. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Aug 9 and 10 Three Days' Free Barbecue. Biggest thing of the Kind in the State. B®*Free camping grounds and free stock water, free ice water, etc. FIRST DAY—Ex-confederates' and old settlers' day. Free dinner to all ex-confeder- ates at home of Hon. E. W. Kirkpatrick. Senator C. A. Culberson and Congressman C. B. Randell and others, will make addresses. SECOND DAY—Woodmen Day. Congressman Morris Sheppard, Sov. W. A. Frazier. Hon. C. A. Leddy, Senator A. P. Barrett, and other prominent Woodmen have been invited and will make addresses. A feature of the day will be a drill by 50 little boys and girls of Farmersville, and the uniform rank drill of Farmersville at 2 and 8 p.m. These features alone are worth coming 100 miles to see. THIRD DAY—Sunday School day. Every Sunday School in the county is invited to participate. The-Sunday School...

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

Ur Vmt'Wi- wctMpII 11 I I I I I 1 I II 11 n i it- u n m 11 n i n 11111 n i h k*inn * i f n 111 m 111 m i ii m 111 it i m i n i j 111 mim m Collin County Primary Election Returns, 4 O'clock P. M. • * . n +r i h i i n i n n 111 n mi 1111 h 1111111 u 1111 ii i n 11111 u i > «II11111111111.1.111 ■ ■ n- T r m • 111111111111111111111 Colquitt Brooks Boll .... Campbell fiiTtcnant Governor— Davidson Hill OwMtn^* Barrett Randell —- 6* 93 26 16 83 109 66 104 12 17 8 4 17 25 ■ I * . ,-rr? • • • • • Bmniii utatlvf Bowlei >wles ... Garrison . . Oowtjr Judge Cottrell .. Church Bubanks Robertson Warden 128 Ooutj Attorney Truett Brown District Clerk Qeren Uoanty Trwwurcr Roger8 Ooanty Clerk Sears Saunders Tax Collector Moore Chaddick Tax AmtewMor McElwaln Ooanty Superintendent Yarbrough Muse 74 53 63 28 8 31 68 <12 67 43 25 25 261 127 202 99 98 74 17« 106 141 64 81 98 185 96 149 103 58 34 110 77 91 «1 ta fc* 210 116 178 vita 48 38 9 2 11 . 3 U 1* 157 83 132 6* 84 <. 192 122 149 v03 48 4...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 2 August 1906

% * ffl*. 1 I 'If It Comes From "Goodig" U's Good Indeed A Person of Sense U a person who beet preserves those faculties with which nature ha* endow- ed theaa. They may "hate to wear glasses"—most people dt>—but the per- son of intelligence tMnkfully accepts this opticial aid when Iheir eyes tell o? its need. When yours speak tet us act. Our service, treatment and prices shall all be right, Here 30 years D. GOODIN j "The Jeweler McKinney, Texas. "Always Yovr Money's Worth. ' f — U LONE ELM HERD Herd headed,by Rowdy Rivers 91039. pure bred pigs, all ages, for s-ale. Win. Kinney R 4, (Chambersville) Texas. Choice young RIVERS, Me t \ Piano Values! The Reasons Why our Prices are Right. 1. We know how to buy, where to buy and what to buy. 2. We know how to sell, when to sell and whom to sell. 3. We buy in large quantities, ship in large quantities and sell in large quantities. 4. We pay cash for goods, and that counts; we keep down expenses, and that counts; we dent cuss, chew, smoke...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 2 August 1906

■■■Hi M - ' „ .. ■ JZ-: i EXAMINATIONS (X)LD MORNING RrnHlti to be Drrlrrd and Direct* tons to Be ollowed. WRDNKHDAV AND CLOH- FRIDAY AFTKRNOON. CHARACTER OF WORK Thorough In Every De- Tenwhers Maalfnt .Much lnt«an*sl. Collin County Sumiuer N'or- Mami nations begun Wednesday continued through Friday. Normal, which 1b being held tJtw Central school building in ki city, began Monday June 4, Prof. \V. S. Smith, principal of Chaniberaville public school, as lor; Prof. A. 11. Weisner, S riu«'ipHl of the Piano school, Prof. superintendent of the Wy- .-wiwjAl, and Miss Emma King, «f Languages in Jones C. this city, associate In- lor . Th*> enrollment and attendance ndteur the session has been nearly ant It is conceded by all that bfc <rlMrarter, excellence and thor- of the work done has not jwirpassed by any Normal ever 1 3n thin section. Quite a number K&fM-s are taking the examina- wmd the papers when com- •rill be at once forwarded to 'iftortt) hoard of examiners at S1G Flit I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 2 August 1906

i Paint Which Lasts Painters, and all others rho understand paint, know that white lead and i/|nseed oil make the best paint. Good, lasting paint cannot be had if either pig* ment or oil is adulterated. Many of the so-called white leads sold now-a- days have barytes, rock* dust, silica, gypsum, etc., in them, and little real white lead. Linseed oil is also fre- quently adulterated. Such mixtures_are_dear at any price/ Collier or Southern Pure White Lead ' (Mad* by tiu Old Dutch ProetMj is absolutely pure, and makes lasting paint. L* NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Oath An. «d 10th St.. St. U«i«, Mo. For tale by flrat elsaa dealer*. IN THE COURTH. Motions Ort-rruN in District Court ——(ktndcnination Proceedings. In district court today Judge Pearson overruled the motion for a n-iw trial in the Injunction sujl of . J. R. Nlckerson vs. Robert Dungan, and overruled a motion for a new trial in the suit of Ola Hutchins vs. the 8t> Louis fit. Southwestern Rail- way cV In the suit of L. Moore vb. E...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 2 August 1906

m I % § i; | 14 r,j eM ' NidSnoli A H* 4l«oo «ry p<MitlT« •MM < (UM . w>l« iur- m •*• * irSiri I* f Ui M> fTMkTw< *■*!••, II***- ui w. llow- •olitr dlM lor : low- nam. Hunt. btMhlMMds n4 U •rupUoM of in* •kin M ■uiw • toloi ■undine. Cur urStn*ry tun !■ >0 d y . aad tt* wont In W d r . Afljr ItaM iliftiti M' removed Ibc kkln will b* JEST, SlTltmlvtr VuU baanUful. Wo pourthlj Itm Mo mull fro« IU 6U c«nl n<l II utt H 4r«f Mora* or by null. UTKMAt TOILfT COMPANY, Paris. Ti«* by Smith Bros. nod City Drug Mr. and Mrs. Oabe Berk, who re- side eight miles south of town, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. England of Engle- man and Mr*. 8. P. Coffey of this rtty, have gone to Van Alstyne to attend the bedside of Mrs. 8. P. Beard, who has been quite sick for the past ten days and whose condi- tion was extremely critical at last report. Mrs. Beard is a sister of Mr. Beck and Mrs. Coffey and moth- er of Mrs. England. Mrs. A. C. Williams and son Clark of Ennls are vlsitlug at the home of r. ...

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