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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

News From Ovar The County ! ! IO LAND. # ,Nov. lt .— Rev. Wheeler filled his regular appointment at A h Grove Sunday. ^Bent Cox and family left l^for Went Texas win to they will make their future home. Roland Villi mhs Mr. Cox a great den). The W. O. \V. unveiling at C.kuu- bersvllle was poitpoiifd until the first Sunday In Dec« niber. Ash drove school opened to:lay. The new building Is painted nnd ready for use. Prof. Williams aud Miss Dora Lloyd are the teachers. T. T. Webb of McKinney homo folks Tuesday night. ! J. W. Cox was In town Saturday. The box supper at Liberty Satar day night was poatpoi.ed. Hike, of visiting of Goldth- grundfather. family. (<f C. M. Ita- sl< k with MOKELAND. vis- r Nov. 19.—Misses Ethel and Haj- le Lawrence and brother, V\ UUe, attended singing at Blue Ridge, Fri- day night.. Mr. and Mrs. John I'm phi-ess Ited Mrs. Saye Sunday. Mlsa Maud Lawrence of Georgia visited her uncle. J. A. Lawrence, this. week. She returned as far a--. Dorchcster, Texas, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

y'/-; IIP 'J, IS'M ' IL'm , ;>i i liwp' •V' >• P Si W ' $$'0 m£Sfw*$ ' Clothing Sale We have a big line-of new Up-to-date Fall Clothing, and to increase our fall business we are going to give you some big reductions on our entire line of Clothing—Everything just as advertised^^____^^ All Men's $10.00 Nixed Suits $ 8.00 All Men's $12.50 mixed suits $9.95 All Men's $15.00 mixed Suits $11.95 All men's 17.50 mixed suits $14.50 At! men's $20.00 mixed suits $16.50 ®encb (Tailored CIotbe« JBencb CailorcD C'.otbes Tailor Made Suits Ladies $17 60 Tailor Made Suits at $8.00 Lac ie3 $15.00 Tailor Made Suits at $7.00 Ladies $10.00 tailor made suits at $5.95 Ladies $8.50 Tailor Made Suits at S4.50 1 bale of 7 l-2c yard Wide brown domestic at 5c yard as long as it lasts. Shoes 10 styles of men's $3.00 "Royal" dress shoes at $2.50 during, our clothing sale* 63 mens suits in odd lots, 6.00 for $9.00 ie s wortM$ 15.00 for mis saw and oet choice selections. YOUTH'S SUITS All Youth's $12.50 suit...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

«?w>' A • <■ I I^IWwww wUFwtw WW ^w*ir^l ww 1 We Are Overstocked ON m BUCGIES And in order to move same are offering special inducements for the next thirty days, by giving a reduction of 20 per cent on same. Wo also have a largo stock Of' if i# s i and can make you the right prices und terms on them. Also ihe celebrate] Superior Drills. We have the goods and they are of the good kind. Come and trade wiih us. You will never regret it, \l you buy vour implements of us. Collin County ,n-' | I Implement and Vehicle R. E. CARPENTER, Manager, McKinney, Texas. ♦ «s> ❖ ❖ •> ❖ ❖ ❖ •> •> t' ❖ ❖ %• •> •> J •> •>♦>❖❖<•❖ •> ❖ •> •> <• •> •> •> •> v •> ♦ Q. R. Smith I". E. Wilcox « SMITH & W1IAXJX, j ♦ lawyers. •> | •> ♦ Largest Building, 8. W. Cor. •> i * ♦ Square, McKinney, Texas. ❖ ♦ * ... I ❖ ❖ •> See W. H. rilll.Lirs, For Lire * •> Stock Insurance. Represents •> ❖ the National Live Stock Insur- f* •> anc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 22 November 1906

it aiiiiini •f^zsr r^Sr-i (▼•ItTW Vb« l* iPlXTECUfH «Jift&R , (OMPLAIN"' 'BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA. mmnT^Biuous rcvuu (OKSTIPATION Et* IsPj % Hi MWAI •nd iL. HKIUiUdo 7T, Sold and Recommended by ~\ TT. Bristol. LUCAS. li !>■ Nov. 19.—Mr. Edgar McKinney and Mr. Fred Coffey, Misses Johnnie McKinnoy nnd Llllle Martin of Me- Kinney spent Sunday at the home of Mlns Myrtle Cook. Rev. Nealy filled his regular ap- pointment ut this place Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cook, a baby girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Brown a girl. Mr. Marvin Clark and Miss Mary Hudson of McKinney were in our midst Saturday and Sunday. MrB. Sallie Cox was in' McKinney Friday. Our school is progressing nicely with Miss Ruth Snecd as teacher. Mr. Buck Spurgeon has charge «f the Collin county road gang here. Miss Runle Broekman is sick at this writing. „ Mr. and Mrs. Wetael visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boman Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Jim Graham was in McKinney Friday. Mr. Homer Henderson who has feeen sick, Is abe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

a lo 111 la >r |lL *t lor jrts In Bd. nt is Im- jra. |>ty. of -er land M IK liity g |ho> tho ka vt- Ithlft |Pa., I lan I last at- the |?erl im- of 'gu Id ay fame to IMIkb re- but and I mod >day. city I A i<« g n ar tit U Sun odayi d tin T! r * DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. 11.00 PKR YEAR. MrKINNKY, COI.UN 1XHJXTV TKX.%8, TIHItSDAY, NOVEMBER I MM. ferly Times Recalled By Old Collin VOL. !i , no. ia. Papers n going over the effects of his de- ed father, J. \V. Thomas, a few 8 since, J. P. Thomas found many old papers and other relics of an In- tensely Interesting nature, which he upd the whole family naturally highly prize. Among the many pa- pers found was a commission to Mr. "XSiomas as postmaster at Clnrka- Ville in 1850, signed by Nathan K. Hall, who waa postmaster general under Franklin Pierce, a commission 1a ued by the circuit court of the United States as commissioner and Supervisor of reconstruction in 1867, •f the Northern district of Texas. Both of the old papers are in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

IP' .' B. WIIjHON, SSKfK —The <UU« printed oppoult* or on the ruin of the paper or tsdtofttee the time to wbioh your aab- i it. i>«id. All •nbeorlptlone expire on Aratof too month. Any nibnertbcr not re- ootVtag the peper regularly will pleaao notify u We rarolpu for ItM iikiorlvtlona, Mt ortdll tame en allp attached " >S2ntf emllt la 1.01 ehown on allp In tea |W( from date of rem ittance, notify la ti la offloe gobacrlption lUtee. Om copy om year Bute red M second-dura mall matter. MeKluney, Tex., November 20, UHM5 A REPUBLICAN PAPKU OX GOV ERNMENT OWNERSHIP. The New York Press 1B a stal- wart republican paper, having In re- cent yearn strong anti-monopoly leanings. In Its Issue of September 9 the Press Printed the following editorial: The corporation organs are going rather too fast In "proving" that Mr. Bryan's public ownership of rail- roads is the most revolutionary thing that eor happened. There is nothing about this suggestion nearly so radical ns Mr. Bryan's prepost...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

S5" M M ♦:♦ ? ? ❖ ❖ f t t t A X t ❖ Tremendous Cut-Price Sale! NOW IN PROGRESS AT THIS STORE. 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.,, JCut prices on Dress Goods Shoes, Clothing and Underwear. 11 mi mSSSSSSMM I- • Nov. 26th to Satur- day Dec- 15th- W.S. Knight We are greatly over- stocked and must unload. New Dress Giods at Special Cut Prices 300 yds. white Oxford waisting. pretty patterns. Hells elsewhere at 20c the yard. Out price 15c 10 pieces very newest wool su t- ings in yray mixtures and shad- ow plaid"—very wide, $1.25 values, Knights' cut price, the yard 95c Too main- good things in this department to mention. Big Comfort Sale We are over stocked on Com- forts and have cut the price iii order to reduce our stock this sale, $1.25 comfort 95° $1.75 comport $ 1 SO Men's Drummer Sample Hats on Sale 10 dozen men's sample Hats, bought 1-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

! * hUs® ■f, ■:m„ - , 1 ■,.,!■ * wf* 3 m i *'"•. ' . ■ V:'>. " jTHAHK Together with all the people we are thankful for our many blessings. We are especially thankful too to the people for their liberal patron- age. We intend to merit a continu- ance of it. j ji * ltel Ekimfe Trasfc- C@o McKinney, Texas. ft « DIFFICULNY IN COURT ROOM Clebure, Tux., No*. 28.—Yeater- day afternoon Just after district court had adjourned for the day, an altercation occurred between Dis- trict Judge O. L. Lockett and Cap- tain O. T. Plummet, a member oi ALLEGE PAYMENTS !D0G SAVES TO J. W. BAILEY Aubtln, Nov. 28.—The state made an unexpected move last night in the ouster and damage suit agaln t the Waters-Pieree Oil Company In mak- ing a demarid on the attorueyH for the defense to produce certuln trans- NAN'S LIFE the bar. The difficulty grew out of ! action* between Senator Joseph VV Vital Statistics. Births. Mr. and Mrs. Jumes Dean, Pris- co, boy. Mrs. and Mr. Jake Elkle, Farmers- ville, girl. Mrs. a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

" •MM Famous Farm 16 Tei of men's furnishing goods is what we invito you to call and see. We have Thnnksgiving Novel- ties in Ties, Gloves, Shirts, and Underwear. Skirts, Collars and Cuffs arQ our staples. Newest goods and hest makes are the only things shown. Goods never wear better than ours and prices nowheie are lower. Call and buy and be ready for Thanksgiving. HUNTER Jackson *: Hicks of San Angelo have Just sold to .1. D. Honaker of Furiuersville the well known BIs- murck farm of 2,COO ucres, Mix Milieu from San Angelo, for fSO.OOO. Six hundred acres of the same tract wan uold by the owner, W. Dnvls Jones, to John Flndlater Jr. for $25 per acre. muking the total amount received for the farm $05,000. Bis- marck farm Is one of the show places of that sect ion. It has valua- ble improvements, a large tract un- der irrigation, and lies along the valley of the South Concho Klver. W. Davis Jones, who has owned the place for many years, has bred and raised many prlze-wlnnlg Herefords...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

===== r: ■'' ''T* ' t ,-.;t ffA" ;#y' YORK POLITIC*. ii state election held in York bring* to mind then ugges- tliat perhaps in no other por- o( 'the country in the dollar bo j t und mighty in politico There a determination among the ling moneyed men of New York w to accomplish the defeat of William K. Hearst, the democratic nominee, regardloss of tho cost, and they represent the same men and the same forces who regularly control the Presidential elections of this country with tho same mighty force. The New York county republican committee has Just certified to the secretary of state that it received $110,113.74 to be expended in the city campaign, and of thut sum it spent $103,732.70. Following are some «f the men who gave freely to encompass tho defeat of tho demo- cratic nominee: Among the contributors were: John D Rokefeller Jr., $200; Johi. Jacob Astor,, J. Pterpont Morgan. Cornelius Vanderbllt and George W. Perkins, each $1,000; the republican state committee, $40,000; Morris ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

\*~9 4 + * ♦ ♦ + ♦ ♦ ♦ ¥W lv ♦ ♦ Plant Native Tree#; peach..# !♦ pear, apple, plum, apricot*. In ♦ .fact, everything to be found In 4 lloa first-class nursery. Pine ber- ♦ ] ♦ ries adapted to black waxy ♦ !♦ noil a apeclalty. Send for cata- ♦ ♦ logue. PKlUilXB KU*. KRY. ♦ ♦ W. H. PERKINS, Proprietor. ♦ ♦ McKlnney, Texas. ♦ ♦ ♦ ❖ ♦ ❖ ♦ ♦ ♦ II. A. ABKRNATHY, Lawyer ❖ Collin County Abstract On •> Land titles abstracted and per- < fected. Money to loan at low •> rate of Interest. ♦ •> - j" 1 ,«•<•«♦♦*•>•><•* «5 O ❖❖« « ❖ * •> FIRE INSURANCE: That Is <• •> our biiHluess. Are you protect- •> •> ed? If not, we would like to > •> attend lo that for yov. We •> <• represent old, rellal ie compn-^ * nies. WHITE « DAVIS; over ❖ <> Collin Co. Bank, McKlnney, <• ■> Texas. ♦ ❖ * *•>•><• •? * v <• * <• * ie n ♦ ♦ ♦ JAMES LEWIS, Veterinary <• ♦ Burgeon; prompt attention; of- V flee phone 339; North Ken- <• ♦ tucky st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

SOME MILLS Strive to nuk« mo uiach Flour out of a BUSH- EL of WHEAT. Ko-ult: Flour not Go>d. WWWWw We take only the CREAM of the WHEAT to make WHITE BILLOWS LOOK REALLY at business—it sometimes pays, get into one of our KM) AND HERSELF Result: BEST FLOUR. 9V •> ❖ 9 '> '!' "I' ❖ ❖ V ❖ ❖ V V V V ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ STREET CARNIVAL FOR Chicago, Nov. 24.—J a mots F. Dela- ney, vice president of the American | Shipping company, waa yesterday | ahot and killed by his wife, who Im- mediately afterward committed sul- I ride. The tragedy occurred in the apartments occupied by the Delaneys I at the house of Mrs. Cyrus Woods. 490 LaSalle avenue. The couple [ had been In this city but a few weeks, havlug come here from New York. The body of Delaney was found | on the bed with a bullet wound In the back of the head. The body of Mrs. Delaney was lying close by, a bullet having been fired into her brain through the mouth. The re- volver was still clutched In the hand [of Mrs. Delaney when the room wa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

(I I sr-w.-. ■ mEMmFSBwm — JNMSfod£& WwmtF' 'wWB iWlWWi AMBND6MMB ^ Come to Western Texas and Buy You a HOME 1 i i to — nnett book wan rored Dally •all. pay* izette Mr •alia!* nerlyi id >n ad In , has e ho le in ffects many hi m hi HO !W8. him rder i. ■puty inlay rylie, targ- t>iion Mart here ning imlt- «Htl- wlth ■topu- "23" le of ways i 13: d II- ment tual, Mr- icord ttlng t. al- Bit- icvcb and tomb' Sjn i re- irkoy b, of at the f the tor- ther iness sly a mpa- lends Jj\ \ W. ' lame > list and ipert . i lata tldge mor- iser*. i th* * All kinds of Land, Ranches or Farms from $4.50 to $25.00 per acre. See me at the Wade Hote uesday, Dec. 10 and 1 ] at McKinney, and I will tell you about it. J. B. ROBERTSON, Sweetwater, Texas. ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. i>t >ii'. OAK 41 HOVE. Nov. 26. The death angel visit- | Nov. 26. -Misses Ida and Mattye ed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hitchcock or...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

:-'s' ' ll'i; MINIMS OF THE The North Texas Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church South, which has been in session at Bowie during the past week, has adjourn- ed. Sherman was selected as the next meet inn place, und only a short time before the adjournment the appointments for the ensuing conference year were announced. The appointments for (he McKinney district uro us follow*: J. F. Pierce, presiding elder. McKinney station, J. B. Gober. Fsrmerhvllle station, J. R. Wages, Weston circuit, Oscar Moreland. Nevadu .1' itlon, L. A. Burk. Celina and Koseland, J- W. Wright. Princeton circuit. W. E. Kirby. Blue Ridge circuit, J. H. More- land, supply. Anna circuit, L. A. Hanson. Allen circuit, J. W. Clifton. Piano station. A. R. Ash; I). J. Martin, supernumerary. Renner circuit. Samuel Weaver. Wylle and Murphy, B. S. llur- sey. Frisco circuit, John I*. Sullivan. Prosper circuit, .1. I). Hudgins. Josephine circuit. S. T. Francis. Pilot Point station, W. I). Mount- castle. Farmers Branch ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

imry'" ■ r .,, § Railroad Fined Overstocked I ON ® BUCGIES And in order to move same are offering special inducements for the next thirty diiys, by giving a reduction of 20 per cent on same. We also have a large stooK of and can make Superior Drills, trade with us. you the right prices and terms on them. Ako t We have the good* and they are of tin You will never regret it, i/ vou buy iu celebrate ! good kind. < 'tirno and your implements of us. Collin County Implement and Vehicle R. E. CARPENTER, Mauager, McKinnev, Texas. For Rebating New York. Nov. 23. Judge Holt ol the I nltcd State* Circuit Court yesterday fined the New York Cen- tml and Hudson River Railroad Company 918,000 for rebating freight churges to the American Su- gar lit lining Company. The fiuu witH (he result of an In- dict meut < barging .he company with rebating in the Hum of $2G.0oo to the Am rlca 11 Sug.ir Refining Com- pany. on which charge the defendant company had been found utility. Sentence In the cane ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 29 November 1906

m Dortt Suffer aII nlcjht lon<} from toothache neuralgia. or rheuma-tism Sloaovis Lirvinveivt kills the pain — quiets the nerves o^nd induces sleep At *JI deaJers. Pi-ice 25c 50c &UOO Dn Eod S.SIocj\, Bosforv,Ma.ss.U.S.A. HTOItV TKXANH. Pathetic Incident In the Life i f Gov. Hogg. MAKKH LONG CRUISE'. Collin Hoy THU of Voyuge Nouti Anieriut. .\rt<uug SATURDAY. Miss Kebecca Coleman of Far- mersville passed through the city tiday enroute to Piano for a visit to relatives. Editor C. M. Zelgle of the Bunce- ton (Mo.) 8eml-Weekly Tribune, who, as stated yesterday, is here xpendlng a few days with friends, was u welcome visitor at I his office today. Miss Alta Harris who teuches the Midway school between Parmers- ville and Princeton camp Intoday to speud next week with her parents and attend the teachers' institute which begins here Monday. Mrs. W. P. Griffin of Poote went to Ennls this afternoon to visit rel- n: ives. John Odell, with his sister. Miss Odell, has been visiting ol...

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

•K'.- *!i W, , ■ ■ ■ < \ "■■'m & j THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. •1.00 per nun. McKIXNKY, COLLIN OOUNTV TEXAS, TIKHSDAV, DECEMBER 0, IWt«. VOL. 2.1, NO. 44. i ILWAV PKESIDENT VICTIM OF BAD WRECK Lynchburg. Va., Nov. 30.—Samuel 8peacer, president of the Southern Railway and one of the foremoBt railway officials of this country, throe of his guests, Charles D. Flah- •r of Baltmore, Md., Philip Schuy- - ler of New York and P. 1. Redwood of Baltimore, Md., who wore accom- panying Mr. Spencer on n southern outing. Private Dispatcher D. W. Davis cf Alexandria. Va., as well as Par wo colored employes of the rottd, were killed and ten persons wore Injured as a result of a rear-end col- lision between two fast south- hound passenger trains of the k Southern Railway at Lawyers, Va., eleven miles south of this city, yes- terday. Passenger train No. ?3, to the rear of which Mr, Spencer's car was ut- Upihed. had stopped to repair a coupling whon the engine of train No. 37 dashed Into the forward ...

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

1 Hi = i < - p ■■ I. 'v*' The Democrat-Gazette Porilshed .lievery Thursday. . w h r I ., i • TOM W. PBRKINB, WA1/TBK 9. WILSON, PiblUhen Mid Proprletoirf To SvbMMibers: -The date prtctod OPPO^'« .4.- —.—1—< <- "•«• or od urn •ub- ou ■ ■■ UIK g) U1V* UIUIIHJ' 'nij eelf leg the pap<*r regularly will pleu« notify u« W do not Mod raoelpu for money paid on •■Morlptlooa, bat ored>i same on allp aruohed ib ai*r, If owdlt la not Uiowo on allp In tw <Ur* /ion date of ra®ltt*noe, n«tlfy thla office. Hobacrlption HuUw. VMra copy one year $1.00 Bute red as second-class mail matter. McRJiiucy, Tex., November -1 , IDOtl. THANKBfll VINCI DAY. Throughout the length :ind breadth of the land, wherever Mies the starry Hag and ou tar distant shores beyond the seas, whtio are gathered those who hold dear Co- lumbia, their native land, today has beeu observed as a day of Thanksgiving to Him who Is "the g|vor of all good and perfect gifts," and who holds the nations In the hollow of his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 December 1906

HSH li Come to Western Texas and Buy You a HOME All kinds of Land, Ranches or Farms from $4.50 to $25.00 per acre. See me at the Wade Hotel, Monday anil Tuesday, Dec. 10 and 11 at McKinney, and I will tell you about it. J. B. ROBERTSON, Sweetwater, Texas, SECOND l'l,ASS MAIL. SOFT Dili X K l)AMA(iK SI IT. ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondents. TRINITY. Nov. 25.—Taylor Berry of Wll- meth was in our midst Sunday af- ternoon. Prof. Groves visited his mother at Westminster Saturday and Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Orenduff are visiting at Durant, I. T. Will Clark of Farmersvllle Is vis- iting relatives here for a few days. Jot Woodali of McKinney caine out Wednesday night and went coon hunting with Jesse Orenduff, Dallas •euoog muim„.i put! moh HOCK HILL. Nov. 2( .—Rev. N. A. Morton of Polytunie College, Fort Worth, vis- ited Rev. J. W. Oliver, his uncle, Saturday and Sunday. * J. T. Shaver and family paid the capltol a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 6 December 1906

IS* is! Sfii ■' pf '■ 1.+ • I . . '" *'■ .' #•', -:■ ■ >i1 % ; | ■ I* (' ' L;' The Kidneys they ate weak, torpid, or stagnant U* whole system Buffers. Don't neglect Item at tbla time, but beed the warning ol the acbluft back, tbe bloated face, the tallow complexion, tbe urinary disorder, and twain treatment at once witb Hood's Sarsaparilla wbicb contains tbe best and safest curative jnbstances. In usnai liquid form or in chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses il. FOR HALE MY SMITH BROS. * The Democrat-Gazette. Pn-.lished ..,every Thursday. ■i* TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, Publisher* Mid Proprietors. Subscriber#:-The date printed opposite ic >n the margin of the paper or on the Indicates the time to wblob your sub- Lid. All subitcrlptlons explrs on the f! rat of tno month. Any subscriber nc: w- oetrtag the piper regularly will please notify uh We do not send receipts for money paid on satsortptloas, bet oredlt ssme on slip aruohed ta paper, U oredlt Is not shown ...

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