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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

!t ,:w. DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE Nf****. * ■* y, "■ 1 v <■;. • Jt, ■■ A * i.00 PER YEAR. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 . I MM. VOL. SIS, NO. 41. IUNTY TEACH- ERS INSTITUTE HERE TUESDAY, NO- VEMBER 27. f PROGRAM ARRANGER STATE OFFICERS PRESENT ot Interesting Subject* to be Each of the Five lhtjw. The Teachers' Institute fur Collin ;ounly for 190 0 and 1907 will b*; Id iu McKluuey, beginning Nov. 27, at b:30 a. m. und closing Dec. 1st. at 4 p m. The following pro- gram has been arranged: -Preliminaries, en- / V I Piwt Day. 8:30 to 9:30 i mlimeut, etc. 9:30 to 10.30—Arithmetic, fruc- ftjons. ' 10:30 to II—What constl'iiites n preparation lor teaching. Sonic qual- ilicatioiiH-Dt a good teacher. 11 to 12 Texas History as out- llned by State Superintendent for I L«0; and IS*0. • * # • lil'I'I'Mi. 1:30 to 2 The first day in school. How Lost spent? 2 to 3 Geography. Class drill, to 4 School reports, methods ,t d management. t to D Commit tec work. Second Day. s;:si) to 9 Op...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

,'-V" Wf.. W ■ m. & Tie Democrat-Gazette. Published u&f«ry Thursday. TOM W. PWUUN8, WALTER B. WIL80N, Pvblliben and Proprietor*. To bftbacribera; -Th« d*to printed opposite J! worsts of th p*p r or on the i?5L«rinrtir«t€ the time to which your nub- iSS^VfST Ml Stocrtotton. expire on ffceBratoftnomopth. Any•3b5ortb«r not re- 0*It1a| Um p p«r regularly will ple« e notify ill We do not Md nuelpM for money palId on ••hwriptlonv, bet 01 '"lit eame on su p tacbed U P4i>er, If credit In not nbown on dip Hit®" ■tvt /rtii d te of r ttunoe, notify tMs oUfl*. Subscription llttU'd. Om copy one year AIL WIN I. «. HEARST MCW YORK DEMOCRATIC TICKET IK SUCCESSFUL. CONTESTS ARE VERY CLOSE 91.00 Rntered as second-class mull matter. M«'Kinn«<), Tex., November 15, 1900. VIAVK YOUR ROSES ON THE LIVING. It in a beautiful sentiment that prompts us to place sweet and beau- tiful flowers on the resting place of our dead as a token of uudylug re- membrance. but It always seems to be something l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

— Our Prescription Service f\UR untiring effort has been and al. ^ ways shall be to give the very high- est grade of prescription service service that cannot be excelled by the best stores in the larger cities. To do this is the highest mission of any drug store, and no store that fails to do it reaches the ideal standard. The first essential is a complete stock of absolutely reliable prescription goods, which we have. The rest depends upon the prescriptionisi. We exercise every care and precaution that could add to the safety and occuracy of our prescription work, and we are just as particular that prices shall be as low as quality of service will permit. SMITH BROS., Prescription Druggists. McKinney, Texas. Hamilton Schulz Camp & Co Kimball Baldwin Estsy ■ML! Vital HUlMloi, ■ Births, I. J. Bakt*r hm1 wite, Westmln- Hter, Klrl. Will Stiwyer (col) and wife, Mc- Kln ♦•>', boy. W. A. IIoour anJ wife. McKln- Chu«. Mans and wife, Wylle. Abraham Atthmur and wife, Parm- ertvllle, g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

. L wl? ■ : i1' -V-S' <■ locrat-Gazette. t«d liavsry Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, V-« ' "" Mtlrl: '■ .4b and PwprWon. To Biatoorlb«ra: -Tfce daU piinM d oppo lu> M oo tb« margin of tk« p*p«f or on U e Indicates the time to whlf® your ub- i to Mid. All Kulwcrtpttona expire on c of Um month. Any •ubscriber no: re- UM p«p«r rafularly- will pleaaa notify ui> Wi do not aaod raoeipu for money ««feaoriptlona, bot or*i;l a e on Ulp paid i anaafa< H paper, U oredit la not shown on •Hp In, tjo tenrna date of rMDtttanoe, netlfy thto ottoa Subscription Kates. Om copy on© jr« r fl.OO Entered as second-class mail matter. McKiiincy, TV*., November 15, 1906. Come to the Collin County Poul- try Show, to be held November 30 and December 1. , , Some sweet day Collin county Is /going to have a splendid system of public roads traversing the entire county, but It takes time. Wolfe City will have a street fair and business men's carnival Nov. 19-24 inclusive. Cole Younger with h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

) mm mmm <1 THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHING This is the Vcrdict of Those Who Have Been Kind Enough to Give Us a Trial. « « * 0 © O OUR TRADE !i. h been Iwjiiml our <>\|HH'talions but we arc keeping our stock w*'ll flli«"«I for hardly i day without t'H cxpre** « «- on stop* in our door wit It i ' « g<<«x!>. Wo are putting forth our best effort to keep abreast of the manufai t urers' latest outputs of the season and we feel justified in spy- ing that we can please you from your 3-year-old boy to the fathor. Our line of Kuppenheimer clothing has no <qiii;l In style, finish and snap. Ask tho e who wear them. Men's Suits $7.50 TO Copyright 1006 The House of Northeast Corner Square. wV/. !",•) MM V • , . :c V; ^ . 5• H: 1 COPYRIGHT 1905 BY THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER OVERCOATS yes, w : h we them Our Young Men's Department has what tho voting men want, for we study thotr want* and strive to pl^ise thorn. Young Men's Suits from $5.00 to $18.00 Our boys two-piece depart- ment is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

BILLINGS "When a man gits perfektly kontented he and a dam are fust couzins." . m ipRiffi I Jl—U MlilJIU! 11 AFTER OVER FORTY YEARS J. W. FAULKNER AGAIN VISITS McKINNEY. ENLISTED IN ARMY HERE And there are a lot of clams in business too. comes to the grocery business. Particularly when it We are Not "Kontented" d wont be until you give us a part of your trade, kontented Then v/e wont still Until You Are Kontented. With your groceries and the prices you pay for them. Our Pride-To Please. PRICE STIFF The Provider of Everything Good to Eat Phones 87 and 346. McKinney. Texas. Joined Company ItoM by J. W. Throckmorton and Marched Away to BatUetteld. £♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ t Monument -^S" I ♦ ♦ B * : ..BANKRUPT SALE.. J. W. Faulkner of the Territory, Is visiting relatives and old friends In McKinney for the first time In forty years. He came to McKinney In 1859 and In October 18C1 enlisted In the Confederacy at McKinney. He joined a company which J. W. Throckmorton raised—Co. I,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

^PSi wltt* • > « V %/7 i") fv % . .News From Over The County.. | _______ T 4t # < ♦ OOI'EVILLE. '• ^ * Nov. 12.—Dr. D. V. Hun by, who in now pastor of the Baptist church, preached Sunday morning und eve- ning. Robert Taylor und mother v lid tod the hitter's daughter, Mrs. Herring, of New Hope, recently. Mrs. Will Wiadoni and children of Loulavllle visited relatives here last Her. Klrby of Princeton was In our community Tuesday. Mrs. Gilder and children of Dal- las are visiting relatives here. Mr. J. L. Veager died at his home Monday, Nov. 6th. The funeral service wim conducted at the Baptist church by Reev. W. L. Craln, assist- ed bjr Revs. .1. H. Taylor and A. J. Fawoott, after which his remain* were carried to Farmorsvllle and buried by the Odd Fellows. Mr. Yeager was our Sunday school su- perintendent and was loved by all. His many friends extend heartfelr sympathy to his wife and two little children. DUMP. Nov. 12.—We are glad to say that MrH. Will Brandon who has been ver...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

>■- -''^A ■ . Sf* , > .., «apsfc«i< locrat-Gazelle. WOMAN HILLED BY ENGINE led Jifcvwy Thuraday. and Proprietor* :-T1 e date prmud opposH* i on Ui« margin of the t«u>r or on th«* >the time to which your nub- AU kuliMHlMIUM expire on jith. Any •uWrltor no. re- rrgnlarty will plea « notify u not Mod rac«tpU for money paid 01 .Uob*, but 01 «alt aame on allp *'Uchf<J r, If credit la not tbown on Hp Id tei i date of rawiitanoa, notify this offlce Subscription Rates, copy one year aw - 91 .(Hi sd as second-class mall matter. Unix}, Tex., November 15, lUOtt. l^est you forget, coiue to the Col- uCounty Poultry Bhow, November and December 1. TERRIBLE ArtfDRNT OOCVKi MOUTH OF PLANO. WAS HURLED FROM BRIDGE Struck by Northbound II. «*fc T. C. Freight Truiu ami Died in Lew Thtui Hour. The Houston Chronicle's Carnival Ition Sunday, consisting of sixty- jilt pages, was one of the handsom- st newspapers ever printed in Tex- as, and was patronized by the mer- chants of Houston in t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

mm ■tttttutttutttutttttttttttttt i. BIG ALTOGA jStock Reduction T SALE! Beginning, Tuesday, Nov. 20th >♦ >♦ >♦ ♦ it ■ We will, in order to reduce our stock, inaugurate a ■ sale which will continue for 20 dayp, duriug winch ♦♦ the following linen will hi* sold at n opeeial reduction J* of from 15 to 33 l-.'i per cent from regular letail 4+ prices : ♦♦ All our stock of Dry 6oods. H Clothing and Hats. ||K Als a Good Line of M. D. Wells Co., Peters Shoe ♦♦ Co , Clover Brand and Leopard Brand SHOES iJHr All Queensware and Hardware, Nice line. These are New Goods. Nothing Stale. We need the room and must sell the goods in order to get space for our coining Holiday stock. This is a genuine money-saving sa!e and vsi 1 p*y you to visit our store during its continuance to take ad- vantage of the many bargains < H' red ins & Mantooth, •>> ❖«- •fr* «>❖ •>•> ❖❖ ❖❖ ❖❖ ♦♦ ♦♦ ❖❖ •><• •><• A1 toga, Texas .j. .;. A •> <• •> <;• •> •> ❖ ❖ ❖ ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

yi'*', W «" vetstocked A Honey Saving Sale Now on at the Great Fair Store I fl flllf) Worth New Silks, New Woolen Goods, New Shoes, Hats,Trunks 9 ■ 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. 10. Overstocked in all Dep'tments at the Great Fair Store 1000 yards good Calico will be sold dur- ing this great sale at yard w2 w mm pis ii mis 10 bolts dark outing, all out in one lot, it can't lust long during this great sale at MP W MID If,DIES' mb 15c quality Uibbous most any shade in stock all in one lot at your 10c choice this sale 35c Fascinators in white with all colois a'I in cue lot at choice 25c 35c, I'uises. Peter Pan and Wrist Bags, will be sold during this sale at 25c Come Early and Get Your Share of the Bargains r! Mohairs and Sicilians in most any color, some...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

e#e ®«eee#ee* U Wc Are Overstocked PRETTY AUTUMN HOME WEDDING ON |M1HH KDITII ALLKN T<> GEOKUK B. KKLI,I |{. BUCGIES And in order to move same are offering special inducements for llio next thirty <lnvm, bv giving a reduction of 20 per cent on same. We also have a large stock of DAY IN ClilHPLETE H.KMO.V: All Nature Seemed in I iiison Willi llnppy Kvuut—Ix'uvt' for Kentucky. f W T and can make you the right pric es and terms on them. Also the celi-hrate 1 Superior Drills'. We have the goods and they are of the good kind. Come and trade wiih us. You will never regret it, it you buy your implements of us. Collin County Implement and Vehicle K. E CARPENTER, Manager, MoKinnev, Texas. TIUUSDA .. ! Joseph Greer and wife of Al- in ure visiting at the home of the termer's brother, Capt. J. L. Greer. Mrs. J. D. Page left today for a rlsit to her daughter, Mrs. R. A. Holmes, in Dallas. B. W. Aven, of Nevada, hands us dollar to renew his subscription to The Democrat-Gazette. Thanks, i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 15 November 1906

■Mm ' ...The Newspaper In Politics. Address Delivered by R. H. MoCartv of Albany News at Mat- ing of the Central Texas l®r€' s Association. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo The following addresses wa* dellved by It. H. McCarty of the A1 bony New* hi the recent meeting of i ik- Central To*** l'n\«* Association At GrougM'. law, When we were notifled by your program commit tee of the subject assigned us for our consideration 01 this occaBion. little did we thin that we were going; to be plunged in to 4he aea of perplexities; little did we think that one of the broadest subject* in political history had beet laid upon the deBk of a country ed itor for his investigation. But when we put on our spectacles o; exploration and shouldered our pick ax. and sallied forth into the garden of literature and began to delve In- to the archives of history for data, wo found ourselves at sea; not at the scarcity, but at the great multi- plicity of material. When the gods lighted the lurch of geniu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. 41.00 pen YEA 11. McKINNKV, COLLIX COUNTY TEXAS, TMI'IMDAY, NOVEMBERS, INC. VOL. !£ I. NO. 4it. lit Jtb« KMJ |yesj ind] im<- (iav & lllllS }flU I'm l in in 17 hi;-.!: I an tin U-ry, W >;id- Iri'f m>4 dveti ilkc ■ Wtei I San letb Isdiij Wtoi in hibl> | h.ni Jtnti' lOWn iian> licnds will itinrv yoi 'Toi Banquet in Honor of The Fire Department indlV tin w Ah a mark of appreciation of tlio gallantry and efficiency of the Mc- Klnney fire department, which Ik recognized as one of the bunt in the state, paid or* volunteer, and in token of the debt of gratitude every citizen of McKlnney owes to the no- ble fire boys for the splendid work they are ever ready to do in fighting the (lumen, VV. H. Matthews of the young but rapidly growing and pop- ular establishment of Matthew a Bros., here, entertained the depart- ment, together with his force of salesman and the force of the Courier-Gazette and The Democrat- Gazette, with an elegant banquet at the Wade...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

.r : ■ - fe m W&: ijk ->.'*$■ %.. MMA '•■ffrf "• 1 ■««" a ■ lemocrat-Gazette. PmtlBhed iierery Thursday. r. PKRKIN8, WALTER B. WILSON, Publtehen To Subscriber*; -The AM printed opposite •Mr name on the margin of the paper or oo the wrapper indicate* the time to which your ub- aortpMos la paid. All aubecrtptiona expire on th* Bret of the Konth. Any ■uhecrtber n< : re- the pepur regulnrly will pleaaa notify u* W a do nat aand receipt* for money paid on lafeecrtpttooa, bat orsdlt same en allp e*Uoh«d la paper, If credit ia not ahown on allp In ten dtrafrom date of remittance, nettfy this office. Subscription Iiat«a. Om copy one year 91*00 | glare .lass mail matter. cept that which !• in the "fierce And the exception it the rent red Aid A Oood Bute red as second- a ■' McKInney, T x.. November 'INK). LABOIt'H IIKST REWARD. Labor brings its own reward Bven though tbe profits of labor bo email, or nothing, there is a satis- faction that comes from the work ttaelf that makes it ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

v X*'>*>:*^<K"X' 'X^ •x^x^xk^xhx^ <^xh>x^x^x^x^xmx^: *>^x^><^x < t f X ♦;♦ > v V «$♦* ? V endous Cut-Price i Begins at this store Monday morning Nov. 26th. Owing to the short crops and bad weather we find we have $10,000? more] goods on hand than we should at this time. We cut the prices as we must turn these goods into money by Dec. 15th. Cut prices! on Dress Goods Shoes, Clothing and Underwear. Nov. 26th to Satur- day Dec- 15th- W. S. Knight We are greatly over- stocked and must unload. New Dress Goods at • Special Cut Prices 300 yds. white Oxford waisting, pretty patterns, sells elsewhere at 20c the yard. Cut price 15c 10 pieces very newest wool su't- ings in gray mixture* and shad- ow plaid—very wide. $1.25 values, Knights' cut price, the yard 95c Too many good things in this department to mention. Big Comfort Sale We are over stocked on Com- forts and have cut the price in order to reduce our stock this sale. $1.25 comfort 95c $1.75 comport $1 50 M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

Pvllshed himvery Thowdajr. TOM W. PBRKIWS, WA1/IBR B. WILSON, Vm flatwcrtbai*: -The <UU« printed opposite f ntimm on ihn margin of the paper or oo the inmr Indicates the time to wblcn your ub- SWi M a M All allVuidvint i/tllM l<f Dlf(^ CM. Ikt to paid. All lubacrlptttms Wt r«t of U « month. Any aubac ribor nci ••(▼tag tha paper regularly will pteaae notify <■ We <• ilift not _ for money paid on — aame an allp attached , If credit to not ahown on dip in tan date of remittance, notify ttoto office. id raceipta . bit or*dtt aai Subscription Rates. Om copy one year 91.00 i_JU—1 - ■Jute red as second-class mail mutter. McKiuuey, Tex., November 22, IIIOO. The knockers have ceased to knock the Sherman-Dallas lnterur- bao and admit that the road will be built. ' The time for the Collin County Poultry Show, November 30 anil December 1, ia rapidly approaching, don't forget to be on hand, and if you have any fine poultry be uro to enter the list of exhibitors. The I)eniBon Herald b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

he It of Uu [bite |rk*d t he ] la ted |fore Marr hi.-" I roll, large j |l 0d I la |h- re An Islst- |eail- ) th is | lhave | ev- 11A lisiitj s at I IF YOU LIKE TO LOOK REALLY- "Dressed Up" at business—it sometimes pays, get J into one of our Winter Suits | Prices Greatly Reduced—the clothes will do the rest. P. Less White The Gent's Furnisher and McKinney's Old est Merchant Tailor. J I V ❖ | % wmmmwn w AT A GLANCE You know if the tic* someone else is wearing, is in fashion or not. "At h g'ancr'' it's poor policy not to be Uup-t -date" in regard to Ties and Four-in-hands Tiny rv h«> cheap here you're not <xc wib o to vroar in had taste. See our new sto k whilo it's fresh. «nd ''freshen*' y-'Ur own stock. It won't co-t much and you'll feel better. HUNTER Phone 545 SS3Pi&fi The Haberdasher Confidential Yont business dealings with thin bank are Strictly Conti lential. If you want a loan—if "you want to duponii money in trust—you oan do so with out your neighbor knowing anything...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

> « & ■. retjulrinff constitutional ♦Ing through and purifying the M radical and permanent cure. >t oonstltaUaosl remedy Is :3's Sarsaparilla 1 liquid form or in chocolatcd own n* Sarea tabs. 100doae fl. id other local forma of catarrh by Catarrleto, which allay In* and deodorise discharge. GOe, HOLD BY HMTTH BROTH ICRS Democrat-Gazette. tlahed ...every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, Publishers and Proprietors. Bubaorlbera: —The data printed oppoaitn m on tlio margin of the pap «r or on Uie iadioue* the time to which your ob- I la paid- All aubecrintkms expire oo . of tho month. Aay sab«crlber net ra- the piper regularly will pleaae notify ua jo not Mod receipts for money paid on 'rtloas, bat 01 edit same on slip a'Uehed Br, It or edit la sot shown oo slip In ten ,om date of rsmittaooe, netlfy this office. Subscription Rates, copy one year 91.00 which occurred Sunday * her boms ia Crystal Springs, Miss. Bern or Bailey and his sister, Mrs. Childress, of Tem- pl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

_. mm Countermands For Emergencies at Home For the Stock on the Farm Sloaovs Liivimeivt Is a whole medicine chest Price 25c 50c 6 * I.OO 5«nd For Free Booklet on Horses.C«tHe.Hog& & Fbultry. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan. Boston, Mass. i .General Ainsworth, military secre- [ tary, has directed that further ilis- | charges of the iuen of the three ne- 1 gro companion of the Twenty-fifth Order of President Washington, Nov. 20.— Acting un- ; not be trusted, unci for the proMc'.- (ler orders of Secretary Taft, Major ton of the public und the preserva- tion of discipline of the army their discharge Is necessary," said Acting Secretary of War Oliver. "The idea aeoma to prevail that infantry, on account of the shooting j the men were ordered discharged Ami at Brownsripe, Texas, be suspended pending further orders. This ac- tion. it la said, is in order to await the return of President Roosevelt to Washington. The wur department has been de- because they refused to tall on their compani...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

► fl/OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC Gbnservative! Accurate! Is enough to say of any Bank, of these features belong to the Each and W. O. T. V. MKKTING. McKlnney, Texas. We solicit the business of farmers, knowing >ur ability to serve them. I AMES W. FIELD, President C. A. SANFORD, V-Pres. and Cashier t Yon are Always Welcome at The Continental iu , Mi.lXiAN'i LAW OFFICE. )g Flttml <>ot on North Hide hjr 1C. C. Morrill. (tttomey II, O. Mcrriti wlio has retired from the county attor- ns offlc with u record for past yearn, unsurpassed in the st'it?, Ittlng up an elegant law oftlee up 4 iu the building formerly occu- by the Greek-American Candy chun. Mr. Merrill Is roeognlz- one of the moat bniliant your.," irerw iu this section and the t'u- wlthout doubi hoids still grea - 8UCCCKS for him. NHW PAHTOIt mi'NDEI). •n of It'f. C. L. Dickey Invaded Kjr McmixTs. ttev. C I.. Dickey, the new pastor e C. Ichurch here, was ph-as- r surprised at his home by th<> bct'tt of his congregation after...

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