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

Kimball Hamilton Baldwin Schulz Estey Camp & Co Mikea that represent the very crystallization or embodiment of the latest and best imp'ovements in the art and science of Piano construction - sueoesses, in othor words; having long since past the experimental stage oI their manufacture. This statement, this claim, is not baaed upon our person- al opinion alone of the merits of these instruments, but upon the testimo' y, unsolicited testimony, of such celebrated ar- tists as Marcella 8embrich, Lilliian Nordica, Emma Earaes. and the matchless band master, John Phillips bousa; and who would dare to question the ability of these to judge. To those of you who 1 ve On the farm the season of the ear has arrived for marketing your products, which you are aily doing; to those who live in town, the time has come I K when you "are receiving your share of the year's prosperity ^ in short, the time is at hand when we are all better prepared financially to provide for the musical training of ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

m i \ r, Q r Collin McKinney, Texas. CAPITAL $200,000.00 ' [ 1 r Annual Statement of the Collin County National Bank, of McKinney. Texas, at the close of Business December 31, 1906- Resources Loans and discounts * $ 420,024 69 Advances on Cotton and Giaiu 280,870 53 U. 8. Bonds and Premium 210,000 00 Banking House and Fixtures 25,740 44 Other Real Estate 16,365 50 Cash in Vault . $ 95,233 74 Cash in other Banks 201,854 49 Due from U. S. Treasurer 10,000 00—307,088 23 Expense Account 8,890 17 Total $1,269,885 5G Liabilities Capital Slock — $ 200 000 (X) Surplus. 60,000 (X) Undivided Profits 26,504 43 Circulation 200,000 00 Deposits 783,381 13 Total $1,269,885 56 This, our annual statement for the year 1906, is given with our best wishes. We return thanks to all our friends for their liberal patronage in the past. We invite your attention to this statement, and to those in need of banking facilities we extend the services of a strong and well equipped Bank, and shall be glad to have a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

^ULLL ff *%• YEARS For nearly that long period of time W. P. SUTTLE possess d U e envi.ible distincip Juty's leading shot dealer. lie ti two story i>ruk, jt.M 5 <•«., is He I mis the ;\vw \ « ur wuli '])*(;;< )!• iej>e essential*: nof being Collin w occupies his -outli of his old gladness- better 1 1 1 Fit, Quality, Style, Attention, Price. ■*—r mm ■ 1 ANNA. Christmas has come and e certainly had :( pleas* I hope that all the corre- h.j|ve had as pleasant a Wthls writer, and 1 wish happy new year. >ung people who are teach- fferent parts of tho county holidays with homefolks. h at the following places, arris, Princeton; Prof, E. Un: Miss Ethel Copeland. Miss Delia Smith. St. hs Myrtle Smith, Green- Dessa Powell, near Blue i|ft3 a reunion of the Shlr- at the home of their sis- Watta of Denlson Christ- Laura Parrls, Mrs. Eva -(See and were treated royally at all the homes. Mrs. Hurst of Colbert I. T., i vis- iting her parentk, Mr. and Mrs. Le- ft nder Dunn. Mr Den Cox o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

J V m, 4L' 3t ^ v*. 4* ■* %•* The Democrat-Gazkttt Published Every Thursday. TOM W. FKKKIN8 WALTER B. WILSON Kdlioni, Publisher* and l roprietore. To row The daw printed opposite roroath* ce the d w*u> ot Um paper or o • reoear to*k*u« Uw time 10 watch ytmr a«b- "SyssRyS!," elvteg tba paper reg"l*rly wUJ pUc*. Muyw ffeSe aotaeoi recaipu tor noaay paM on .iMMMlau, bet orefltaeae aa «Up srtaoied t paper. if orodtt la not aHewa on cap u le/TSom dale of roeltuuioe, notify ttoU office HnbHcripUuu Kales ttnr copy one year • 1.00 Entered as second-class mail matter McKlnney, Tt#w, January *, 1007 A HAPPY NEW YKAH. We wish all the readers, advertls era and the general public in a most happy and prosperous new year May you. troubles be amall, your pocketbook large, and your conact enee clear all during 1907, Is the wish of your servant® of the Dally Courier-Gazette and The Weekly Democrat-Gazette. FOH A Pl'BLIC RUILDINU. Ah previously stated, a bill huB been introduced in Congress for a F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

Jan. 1.—The young people enjoy- i quit* a nice singing la the home F. F. MorrlU oa laat Sunday eve- T. L. Palmer and Mra. Harris ve to Brother Darnell's oa lan day afternoon and ware married. F. tyerrlll, family and rela- had their annual Christmas >14*00 for the little folks and to aay waa an onjoyable occasion, doean't "fefiy to express ourselves. •s Rev. 0. Morelani preached, at fottage Hill laat Huuday. He preach* a a good urmoa, We like him >ry much. He will preach at Coi- e ige Hill every third Sunday nignt. ifao on the 5th Sunday. Rev. J. L. Rea, our former pastor, y tade a flying trip through this slghborhood laat Sunday. He nt Saturday night with S. M. rancla. We were delighted to see Im. On laat Friday the death angei Islted the home of Walter and Al- l Thomaaon and claimed for its wn their only child, little Avant. bright little jewel; it's life's work as flulahed In a few short years d the Lord took It home., Eld. J. Darunll conducted the funeral rvices. Rev. Morel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

1 \ li t" L ■ IfliiiwiSHi >t '■ ' ' \ *.;£ ;Vv fnapii 'Vk ^ ^lil O-W'j , ' f: COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Utter* From Ths Democrat- Gazette's Corp* of Special Correspondents, I PED1GO. Jan. 1.—Chrlstmps passed very quietly In our community. The parties at Mr. Grays aod Mr. Frasler's Monday and Thursday nights wers well attended. Miss Ola Coker who Is atmd'ng school at Greenville, came home a few days ago to visit home folk and returned toVschool Monday. Mr. Author and Misses Nena and Eva Tramipell of West Texas spent Christmas with friends and relatives In our community. Our school re-opened Monday with a much larger attendant. Mr. Oreen and family of this com- munity are moving to or nea.* La- von. Sam Mcintosh and Elmer Mcin- tosh left for their homo in West Tex- as Monday. We are sorry to say that Ramon Marcom, the little son of Mr. and Mm G. R. Marcom, died Christmas eve and was buried at Pleasant Hill church. Mrs. Lane of Greenville, who liaa been visiting relatives in our com-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

"HERE COMES BUCK BAT i ALION" ishlngton, Jan. 2.—"Here comet battalion." the President cried khwfully yesterday aa the stalwart lorm^of Senator Foraker hove In Ight among those who were pro- feeding In line to shake his band. The Ohio Senator's mobile cohn- ?nanoe stiffened, he took the Presl- lent's hand, bowed low, passe I on, |nd no one knew whether he had jld "D— It" or, "1 wish you a hop- New Year." But It was evident to all who were ithln seeing distance of the epl- le that the thoughts of Senator foraker were not amiable. ' i f *r the President, he continued I han<!s furiously. TUESDAY. PRETTY WEDDING IN THIS CITY \V', Owen Matthews, son of W. 8. Matthews of thin city, and Miss LI*. e|e Duncan, daughter of .lames Dun- tan of Bowlby, were tnarrlel lu this city nt H o'clock Tuesday. at hte home or Dr. K. K. King, who offici- ated. Immediately after the cere- mony the young husband and wife left for Fltzhugli Mills, where the unjoin resides and where he hud prepared a cozy ho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

.•4>uv , W , , , -*, J. yyg| : ' •rWlra.SR.'W j\ m ■■ -,.t ~ it p5 fcs $ ■fflm . . ifI . _ _ 1/ I ' <• m *J j| i f I • X ^ £ & & £ & <i 13 Sale • i Starts Saturday, January 5, Lasting Until Saturday Night, January 19th. A % 3> 13 v> Mill Pieces Crash 8 l-3c juality Cra^h I luck Toweling, 3 to 5 > ris in pieces on gale at Qv Mill End Said on Blankets Big lot line soft down cotton Blankets; will be sold during our Big Mill sale at... You had better hurry 40c Mill Pieces Gin gham on Sale 10c quality fine drcs* Ginghams, will he sold during this .^ale "7 4 at ... B I "LU Mill Piece Price our Big Staple Department 25c quality Brown Shot ting will he sold during our Big Mill Pii ce Sale at 18c 7c quality Cotton Flannell about1000 yards in all, C^ Sale price 200 rolls Cotton Batts, other stores kc'II at 8 i-JJc will be sold during this Givat Piece Sale at "Ta Each | G s00 yards fine soft finish Bleach Domestic worth vard on sale Remember the date January 5 to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

I ft ft '4 With hearty appreciation of your manv favors and liberal patronage of the past year I wish my customers and friends, one and all, a very Happy and Prosperous New Year A. G. Chandler Successor to Chandler & Armstrong. Heal Estate Transfer*. >slah Nichols et ux to J. O. Nlch- 8 acres L. I- Lewis uurvey, fcigic Payne to John Ray, lot In Finney, $325. . E. KawlinR el ux to Mrs. Kate , idrlcks, lot In McKlnnev, $K00. j sm K. Oleaves et ux to Abrani ( iglesmlth, 110 acres Geo. Mc- reon survey, $4900. L L. Tarver et ux to W. C. Sor- [, 149.36 acres, Samnel Pugh fey, 18961.60. tllles Miller ft ux to J F. Stiles, 1-2 acres W. J. Stapp snrvey, id exchange.) i F. StUes et ux to Stiles Miller, Ivided Interest In 77 1-2 acres. T. Stapp survey (land exchange). R. Morgan et ux to John K. ion, 32.63 acres, D. Cherry sur- 11200. H. A. Phillips et ux to J. W. Smith, 2 lots in Wylle, $175. C. A. Houston et ux to J. R. Brown et al 107 acres, *>2 acres, 50 acres 't. A. Rhodes survey...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

• \ •••■• ■ j -,, w,. ■■' 'f. diamond BRANDStti FOR EVERY FOOTk FIVE BIG ) FACTORIES We make every style of shoe that is worn. That i9 one reason why wo can give you better value for the money in Diamond Brand shoes than is possible in factories making only one kind of shoe. A* we operate fire large plant*, subdivided into even specialty factories, every inch of leather can be utilized in some department ai:d we are enabled to grade our leather to produce uniformly the highest quality without waste. Ask your dealer lor Diamond Brand Shoes. i<$hoe&>- DMMA^BMND S r -CRS ' make more fine shoes than "anf other house in the west FRIDAY. Editor J. F. Harrison of the Far- inersviile Times wns among yester- day's visitors to the county's me- tropolis. J. I.. .lelllson of Windsor, Mo., has arrived for a visit to Ills brother-ln- luvv. W. Burrua. and other rela- tives aud friends here. VT. H. Conger who recently moved from YVyile, route 1 to Princeton. ♦ route 1, was In the city Mon...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

jjMte ■ , X\fegc table Preparationfor Ab- ula- Ung (he Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes Digcslion Cheerful- ness and Rest.Contains neither OjMuin.Morplune nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. r - "-KWLZZPfTCH&i /W lyJiH J ml CASTORIA Tor Infanta and Children The Kind You Have * Always Bought Bears the Signature of Apeffect Remedy forConstipa- Hon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of ce^fsss: NEW YORK. A 1 b 111 «>i i I h - «* 1 (1 13 P/,s) s ~ ^1 N1 s EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. In Use for Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TM oiMTAun Manrn. ncw crrv. FIRE MVS' BANQUET COMPLETE SUCCESS If KARDLAN'D. I A ( < Doc. '^4.—Didn't write to the big weekly last week on account of the writer being away from home. The little year-old-babe of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Cooper is on the sick lie* this week. Mr. Dean of this com- munity is very low with pneumonia fe' jr. /. F. Cooper is visiting his parents it Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. Odas Taylor Visited I i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 3 January 1907

'V,t\ Bst' KSS y Hair /s Extra Long Peed your hair; nourish it; five it something to live on. Then it will stop failing, and will grow long and heavy. Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only genuine hair-food you can buy. It gives n?w life to the hair-bulbs. Yoj save what hair you have, and get more, too. And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy. The beat kind o! a testimonial — "Sold lor otw sixty Au by 1.O. A|*r Oo , Low*!!. Alto auuhatunri of 9 SAS&APAIILLA. iters CMEKBV PECTOIAL devil to rtcolved the flid hand. editor ; . ■ . r * Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Safe Medicine for Children. j In buying a cough medicine for children, never be afraid to buy • Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There , is no danger from it, and relief is always sure to follow. It la Intena- ed especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, and there is no better medicine in the world for these disease*. It is not only a certain cure for croup, but, when given as soon as the croupy cough appears, will preven...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

.00 PSR V HA II. M.KIWKV, COLLIN COl NTY, TKX.4S, THVHMD.IV, JANUARY, 10. 1007. vol. au vo to EBEKAHS INSTALL NEW OFFICERS lUh b !St It «S >ld 1 An iutelbtlng mating of 'he Mo- loney Rebekah Loi.c waa li.'lil Friday ui.ni mid t. ly **;•> :..** 3Ulcers w ;>.• lustal -l Tae iaifi- iatlon ceremonies • • •ond iU ') by Mrs, F. M. War ! m, district dep- uty president. The newly Installed officers are as follow «. ' Mrs. India Howard, N. < .: Mrs. M. L. Phillips, v. Milk Estelle Ltinsdnle >i v«iiitk secretary: Mrs. Walter Parvln, warden: Mr*. Sing- !er, contSv tress: J. R. Parker, !. O.; t V, id n. O. G.: Mrs. P. M. m'aric- I.. y. c. j $urrttr,c L. S. m V. C Mrs / i \m!th, !; S. to V. CI.: Miss 1!!«* Mia:;'.' •s. Dar.> Miss Alllf figP's, 1 -v t" V <?.: Mr- C. c. jville, E. A. S.. Mrs. Dink Mead- >*^8. L. A. S.: Mrs. Peyton Waat- l|y M': ^reland. chaplain. HANDELL'S PUBLIC BUILDING BILL Following !- the text of the bill introduvd ! . Congressman Kan dell lor thee reo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

' it Hf m - > ■■ v >■* 4 <f& ,j * ■ ! r1 l ,/ The Democrat-Gazette. u - I"."— Published Every Tbumday. out against Bailey, while Major [ Woman'i, inhumanity to woman f 'Buck Walton and other former pop-J thus forcibly commented on'by the ullsts are earnestly supportingMhs Sanger Coarier: — BJi l V \* 'fW'1 •-1 • ' « - - wwp ■ Senator. lla a fair all 'round. TOM W. PKKKIN8 WALT BR B. WILHOS |Bditom, Publlahers and Proprietor*. To Bobacrtber :-Tbe data prints opposite mr nam* cn tfce margin of tbapaporor oo the vriMwr indiau-a lie tuna to wSlA your w b- •ortptlou In paid- All aubacrtptlona eiplrs on .k* first or t£a B 0Bth. Any auWmber aot_r«- [ U e pape> mgulwly will plaaaa notify u are 40 not aatd rwotpu for money paid on •ataaatpUoM, out oiadft tame on allp anacfcwJ i Tapir, ur orwlit la not afcown oe allp In ten hnhno data of raaa Ittaooa. notify tuft offiot Subscription Rates One copy one year «2 Kntered aft second-clad* mall matter. McKinney, Texan, January 10, 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. lar clerk at Goontree'g grocery store, for a dollar to renew the sub- scription for 1907, Mr. Si-ott Is one [There is a disease prevailing in this of our moat wor,h> wl>ose —. * ■ is because odecep. '*vors are pleased to have. tivc. Many sudden 1 T. C. Bounds Is here from Weston deaths are caused today and paid this offlee a pleasant by ,l call, renewing hie subscription to (he Daily Conrler-Gaxette. He is all wool r.nd a yard wide on any propo- sition. Mrs. M. J. lllsht and son. Joe Might, and wife, living northeast or • own. were welcome visitors at The Democrat-Gaxitte and Dally Courler- Gezette oflloe and watched with much Interest operntlou o' out foi l' '< machine nnd lino- type. G-v ar Might, another son of ease, pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid- ney llisCHM'. If kidney trouble is alio wed toad vance thekidney-poiuou- ed blood will at- organs, causing catarrh of | e Madder, or the kidneys themselves unk«d.®W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

Democrat-G ■***11*1* ■ .«• ,. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PKHKlMt WAI.TKU B. WILSON Mdttors, Pabllshers uml Proprietor n. To bnbtcrlber*: -Tb* 4«U printed oppct' - y« — I. All auttMrlDftWllUI MIDlfS on ..wwsw sarst? jawssg ss — Hnhwcrlptioii llatca One copy one year 91.00 Entered a* second-class mall matter. >lcKUiney, T«im, January 10, 1907. j ~t n i—i— When It turns cold, the 'Possum and 'Tater feast will be pulled off. That's all we desire to give out Just now. Have your moldcrs ground; get ready. There are people In McKlnney whose Idea of heaven Is a place where they can spend eternity talk- ing about other people—and there are other towns In the same 11*. A few factories started on :i smnll scale In McKlnney, would. If proper- ly managed, become splendid busi- ness enterprises In the courvi of a few years. ' ~ William H. Mize bus bought, the Mlueolu Courier from Hon. O. P. Pyle. Mr. Mlze has been connedod with the Courier for some tlm*. and Is a practical, thorough news...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

other prom a nuni ted oil on the or It. \ \ i ' \ S 1 Maajr tttuup UrnU With ..... •wenuva. A plucky business woman down in Mains, by successfully competing in a number of busines-i duals with her rivals, has won for herself the novel sobriquet of "Lumber (juoeu of the Pine Tree 8tate." Miss Clara Stlmpdo.i, the owner of three large lumber n.il.s at Am) ma Mills. Limerick anil Ashland, is bel- ter known than an- other business woman Jn Maine by manufacturer* throughout the atat* because of ibe clever manner lu wliitii she has sue- cesssfullly built, up her nourishing lumber business. i Mlbs Stlmpson while she believes that marriage Is Hi? proper sphere for women in general fetls that the bachelor woman should have the right to undertake any of the var- ious professions which man has usur pei for so many centuries, and a number of years ago, lu a quiet way, she began to study the conditions surrounding the manufacture of lum ber. She began bushlness at first on n email scale, but wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

Wglm .ijMMMfeM MARY SHRABER H lr T C EMPLOYES! ♦ Ms- Photo by Covell. Birmingham, Ala., where the third annual convention of the Southern Cotton Association will be held January i7, IS and 19, Ih p city of beautiful homes as well aa the greatent Industrial center In iho South. The cut shows a portion of the eleven picturesque parka which are scattered over the municipality. It la estimated that Hx or seven thousand visitors will he attracted to thee Ity by the very low ratos ma de hy the railroads-—one fare plus 25 tents for the round trip from any point In the Cotton Belt. > Couple Abandons Baby In Broad Daylight One of the moat peculiar and sen- taUonal cases of child abandonment ever recorded occurred 111 Frisco when a two months old baby boy was left by a young married couple In the; street at that place In broad (.'iylight, the husband having a shot f,.; 1 an i defying anybody to molest him or his young ,wit'e us th<> left the child and drove off. The younz couple had ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

WritcN ('owmtiiIok Ex-Colliiiite. ' « , WHAT JjlJQAL TENDER 18. - I(.\ I III IT HUNT AT V1N ELAND. FROM. JACK COUNTY. Given by l<()ii Tul kiugl on—shoot s Then "On the Wing Even the I la iik r«Mhfer Couldn't Tell "Off Ha ml. YEARS Kt \ \ Xkm X 'J For nearly thAt long period of time W. P. SUTTLE • • .Has possessed the enviable ,distiuctionof being Collin County's leading shoe dealer. He now occupies his i. v two story brick, just 5 doors south ot his old *u*nd. He hails the New Year with gladness—better equipped and iu more spacious quarters please, all these essentials: Fit, Quality, Style, Attention, Price. BABY BOY IS DEATH OF ELD. BURKED TO DEATH Mrs. W. H. Boyd and daughters Misses Bessie and Ethel, and son, W. H. Boyd, of this city, have Just gone to Dallas, In response td) a mes- sage announcing a terrible accident befalling Mrs. Boyd's little grand- son, Edmond Boyd Popejoy, ageo t\ „ years, who was fatally burned at the home of his parents In that city. The fearful ac cid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

This store will be closed Friday afternoon. Jan. 4 to mark down goods and arrange for sale. I * mm—* LOOK FOR THE GREEN TAGS AND CUT ■ PRICES KNIGHT'S Now In Progress GREEN TAG CLE Greater and grander, surpassing all former sales Every item in this big store bear cut to the minimum. All winter goods must be closed out by Saturday night, Jan. Green Tag Prices On all Trunks for 13 Days We have on hand more trunks than we should at this time and in order to reduce the stock quickly before inventory, we will give a special discount of 10 percent off All Trunks bought during this 6REAT GREEN TAG SALE. ; Sale Begins at 8:30 ;• : Saturday morning, Jan- 5th And Closes Without Fail Saturday Night, Jan. 19th. REMEMBER THE RATE DOM FORGET THE PLACE. THs is not a sale of only a few ! items, but a general clearance sale j \ throughout this store. « ' ■ EVERYTHING GOES NOTHING RESERVED. Our Famous Green Tag Clearance Sale Takes plaee twice each year, in jufy to close out summer goods, and January...

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