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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1907

;\T / 4- 4 > « V ^ $ •> * 4 * 'f | *',,; v. 1. 1 •: ^'•Jr ' * W '. < TH1 WB&KLT DBMOCRAT-QAZBTm THt'KSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1107. |Kh- lom Ind- irect of is of a lac- Jity laid lac- jind a or 'All Hands after Star 91 and all mouths open to this best chew of all chews— for forty years the same highest quality—the same price—the same full-weight 16 oz. plugs—the same standard chew. PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO "Star" is easilv the most economical chew he- cause it lasts much longer—gives more good chewing to the plug, than any other chew made. " Star" is rich, waxy and sweet—and that's the kind you like For forty years "Star" has been the standard chew—the highest quality—the most economical—the most satisfying. f50,000,000 ioc. pieces sold annually. In All Stores <;iLKS-ANDKKNO.\. Two Prominent Young People of W«*Ntminster >larrh>«l. by to of kan n- fm- Lnd Jhls lied pell |er- lon lud I He vte of cer |>ve jp'h ie.' |M- ?h, i\y In't In*? it- bitr jaiv Les lys. Ill, jde |nd &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1907

EM':l um. m lURlDAt AUGUST 11 m m t - latently Th« WALTER B. WILSON and Proprietor*. Kntered aa aecond-claae mall n\att*r. i of th« Mttr or oa tb« Mto wfiloh your anb- eiplrs on - _ef M n- i paper ragalarljr will pl«*aa notify ua <r« 4 m> nil fortptt tor o MP«r, if oradlt ta not abowo oa slip a 4ata of raailtuaoa, oottfy tUa taraata and inconveniencing a whole continent of people; there era (aw perhaps to deplore the fact that such a condition ae a strike Is Impossible in the mail service of the country. We don't pretend to locate the re- sponsibility of this strike or place the blame for U. But we do think It is a calamity to our which is paving the way ment ownership of this very ant factor in the liet o| great utilities of our country. to tee Subscription Ratea One copy one year ' $4.00 - - r'. _ ID tlmTr^S.to.pairllrfir %i * v ♦ u M fH.r.lrX.tVomm.rotal to- «• ft ♦*♦«♦♦♦« *t• ♦ vielo! uatf b do tninx - p country how not to govern-! ,plan way' ry lmport *|Jy► ,g ttVC reat p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1907

* i^: THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-GAZBTTE. THURSDAY, AUGUST IS, 1 0T. t; IC ilra Lnk. lira bait taa old dip lamp with a distory R. Scalf, who made an address to f the old settlers at our recent reun- ion, came to Collin county from the state of Iowa In 1862. The first winter he lived in McKlnney, then for seven years on the farm now known as the county farm, then one ' year on the farm at old Buck- ner west of McKlnney now owned hy Capt. Wygle, and then settled on his place three miles south of Mc- Klnney. He served the Confederacy In Lewis White's company, Martin's regimeut. Mr. Scalf has a good memory Is a fluent talker and, there- fore, his address was listened to with much Interest, especially by the old members of his audience. Among the first settlers he men- tioned were Alfred Chandler, Dr. Feland, Grafton Williams and oth- ers. The first sermon he heard af- ter coming to Collin county, ^as preached by Rev. Jeremiah Horn, a Methodist preacher, at the home of Ocafton Williams in the s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1907

Study the Prices The most perfect run of kiln roods will pos- itive five food satisfaction. Beautiful fray Matting on heavy steel base. Will sell as long as they last 3 and 4 quart preserve kettle .. 15c 3 and 4 quart iiauoa pan . . .. 15c 3 and 4 quart pudding pan .... 15c 3 and 4 quart dairy pan 15c 3 quart bake pan 15c 12 quart dish pan 25c 14 quart dish pan 35c 17 quart dlah pan 45c 6 quart preserve kettles 85c 8 quart preserve kettles 85c Refrigerators at cost. R. W. DAVENPORT. 1 WINTER THOUGHTS In time of peace prepare for war. Winter always follows summer in Texas, then don't you think it is time to think of that Fall Suit WHITE & NEWSOME The Merchant Tailors are prepared to show you handsome designs in Ma- terial and Styles and will take pleasure in doing so. Our prices are right. WHITE & NEWSOME N. W. corner Square. McKinney, Taxaa WHEN YOU WANT THE VERY 1IKST PRINTING CALL AT THIS OFFICE COOL FOOTWEAR? For Stylish Dressers Y A NEW IDEA The Suttle Shoos need no re- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1907

THB WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-OAMTTO, THUH8DAT, AUGUST 22. 1907. I V ALL OVER THE COUNTY. BrUMit and Nmnr Letters Pnm TM Dtmuril-Oiutti'i Ceres el C*rruHn4wti. t f BISHOP. Irandma" Bishop Is having a dug on her place this week, the Myers and family of Texola, are here visiting relatives. V. Waldrup and family visited ives at Lewlsvllle a part of last t. ven Judd of Lewlsvllle in visit- or. and Mrs. R. V. Waldrup for ^ days. \ and Mrs. J. E. Marshall and ren visited near Culleoka last day night. sses Amanda and Marye Bishop ided services at Blythe Chapel ay morning. ss Ida Higglns of Blggers spent Thursday with her sister Mrs. Hardin, of this place. '. and Mrs. Ambrose Rutledge ned last Saturday from a visit stives in Wood county. A. Bishop and family visited d Mrs. M. M. Sanders of ^Saturday and Sunday, and Mrs. Joe Avens of Joseph- Islted the former's sister, Mrs. Marshall last Tuesday. Is community was well repre- d at the reunion at McKlnney lesday, Thursday and Friday. E. O. Furr, the wel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1907

jj w M "T the bap- Caddo visited hi* mother here Sunday. Tiro matched ball gtmn were play d here Saturday afternoon Mr. and lira. Kill!an left last Fri- day for a month's visit In Comanche. Mr. Manly Carlisle of Piano is In town today en route to Dallas. * Mr. and Mrs. Jonnle Johnson of Csddo visited relatives here Sunday. The long dry spell Is about to be broken and a nice welcome shower la now falling. The Baptist meeting is still In progress. Quite a number of conver- sions and accessions to the church are reported. Messrs. Homer Phelps of Green- ville and Homer Van Pelt of RoyBe were In town Sunday. Mr. Elbert Wages of Coralcana Is spending his vacation here with his parents. He will be at home until Sept. 1. Mr. Tom Hood is making quite a record as an engineer. He runs a large engiue two miles without di- verging two feet out of a straight line. Josephine, Aug. 20. AL'iOttA. Rev. Brown of McKinney Is here attending the meeting. Mr. Walter and Oscar Briggs of Dallas are here for...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1907

d T foro trife daui SO 010 hon) of relai num THB WEEKLY DRMOCRAT-OAZBTTC. THURSDAY, AUGUST tS. 1907 J CLEARING • « Matthews Brothers. ■ = Jon i This Genuine CLEARING SALE Begins Friday August 23rd, ends Friday 30th, Now remember the Mat- thews' way, what we say we do. This sale will apply to all seasonable goods, such as two-piece Suits, wash Pants, light Underwear, Mens and ladies low quarter Shoes and childrens Slippers. On the ladies side, all 10ct., Lawns extra wide for 7 1-2 cents. 12 l-2c and 15 cent Batiste at 9c, etc., etc. We print a small list but the Matthews way is to show you. So come and see. *331 a uV one Gra< Silks! Silks! 36 inch Taffetta in light blue, white. Red and pink, 75 cent quality Sale price Dvv 4 piece* 20 inch Taffetta 50 cent quality 29c 7 pieces 20 inch Taffetta 75 cent quality sale AQf* price at "HJC 10 pieces 28 inch figured wash Silk 50 cent quality sale price Ovv 3 silk Waists patterns, 4 1-2 yards each sold for $3.50 a pattern sale price 2.69 3 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1907

iff 1ur1dat, 1 I r 'RENOYATEI ft BUTTER Why suffer with pain when i BALLARDfS SNOW I LINIMENT WILL CURE rheumatism, cuts, old SORES, SPRAINS, WOUNDS, STIFF JOINTS, NEURALGIA, SCALDS, ETZ., O. A. FriedeL Dallas, Ttoat. writes: "I use Ballard'* Snow Liniment for my family. It is the best Liniment made. It relieves burns and scalds.' 28c, 80c and $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. • ST. LOUIS. MO.. • Sold and Recommended by 8Ml ifl BROS. CONCRETE MIXER IS RECEIVED A big machine, a concrete mixer, has arrived from Chicago and was taken out to the site of the power house for the Sherman-Dallas inter- urban. where it will be used in mix- In# the concrete to be used In the construction of the foundation for the big structure and other work on the interurban. The work, which is in charge of J. P. Reimlinger, Is progressing steadily and since the receipt of the big concrete mixer, will go forward more rapidly than ever. Manufacturers of renovated but- ter will not be able to hide their light un...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1907

— THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, AUGUST IS, 1 0T. int al- to WQ nd/ me re INS IN :PIANQS~ Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. p i id d. :a- -8, >(i ax :h e- n te i Since a piano as a rule costs more than ..ny other 1 single piect' of furniture that goes lit the home, and since a vast majority ot i. people who buy t ''once for all," the purcb i .one ought to be given serious comiderat and the make selected with the utmost cau • Some people in >*e their selections on the strength of the salesman's representations, o r the opiniou of some unscrupulous person paid to \*'Pafs" upon the merits of the instrument, which, iin many cases, has not even received the indorse- ment of obscure musicians, much less one of note; but when a Kimball, or an Eitcy, or a Camp ft Co., is se- lected for the home, the school, the church, or any other place, for that matter, you are purchasing an instrument unrivalled in "tone, touch and durabil- ity," recommended a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 22 August 1907

mm rags1 -, | v> " r W completely ty. Vt ha* teachers from «t the University of Virginia, faculty haa had more than vantages In vocal and lnat ilsed with an exceptionally strong facul- i-schools as Yale, the University of Chicago, Baylor University. Bach member of the if yearfc' experience in teaching. Special ad- sit tit 1 music, art, eloqutlon, and physical culture. Teachers in each,.#? these departments from t^e leading col- leges iUxd conservatories in Ap erica A high-grade Instituting, healthful location, everything newly re- paired. Splendid library aaA labortory facilltiea; four strong literary sodetlee; athletics; oollege.- spirit; work accepted by the leardlng In- stitutions In Texas; Chrlstldto environment. Dormitory for girls, newly repaired and furnished, lighted with electricity, hot and cold baths; competent servants, substantial diet. Its advantagea make it an Ideal place to educate boys and girls. For in- formation, address, M. H. DUXCAff, A. B..A. M. (Yale) I*re«...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

V 1 ■-* m udicl ewsp iatrU IB t, udlc DUB Rlk to I orab •'Kill IB U ho ey A. i wer an tl 190 ket Mai Rlhl ■I MXlQtXm- TWWNTY.FOURTH YEAR, NO. 39. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AKil'HT, 29, 1«M 7 jones academy improvements >f Jones Academy does not receive a large net Income but It will spend every avaliuttle dollar to make the building and premises both health- ful and beautiful. Our plan Ib to make the whole environment help to dispose the student-mind to eon- teuted and thorough work and high moral sentiment. Hugh llines has the contract to place the electric bells and gongs In the building for simultaneous sig- nals. The building will be wired this week for electric lights. The non-resident teachers will ar- rive early this week to oversee the preparation of their rooms, ijjeveral wore in the city to ar- unge for board last week and ot li- ra are present today for same pur- pose. The school campus has been nice- ly cleaned off In readiness for the opening day. Mond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

* -1 \ * 1 .' • ' %:* ■ • ML, .'.tflffl PARIS PAPER For Dyspepsia Ohrta rest to th« ttomach. For indigestion, d tired stomach, weak atomaoh, windy stomach, pi stomach and catarrh of tha atomach. aour «tomael% ad atomaoh, narrout A prompt relief. E^ii fwM FOR SALE BY SMITH BROS. 80LVKH ROAD PROBLEM. Only Way to Oct Good Highways In to Build Them. Waxahachie, Tex., Aug. 22.—A solution of the good roads problem has been discovered by the cltizeus who reside on the public road be- tween Waxahachie and Howard. They have come to the conclusion that the only way to ha\-e good roads is to build them, and when this conclusion was formed it wus put into execution. Some time ago a meeting was held at Howard for the purpose of discussing plans and devising means for improving the Waxahach- ie-Howard road. It was finally de- cided to raise a sum of money and expend it In having the road grad- ed. The following committee was appointed to look after the matter of securing the necessary funds and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

THE W1IKLY DKMOCRAT-«A£SrnB. THURSDAY, AUGUST St, ltOT. e A hi phs I lias liOQ 'y- of l^r- tui- Irn- |e88 sht a Ish jaw 1 |fy. * Hurry up with that STAR Plug' There is no time to lose! When a men wants a good chew he wants "Star" —and wants it quick! No other chew will do for those who know the rich treat in every bite of STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO "Star" quality is no accident—no over-night product. For forty years "Star" chewers have got the same high quality—the same full-weight 16 oz. plug—at the same price. " Star " is the best product of the high- est talent in the chewing tobacco business and has steadily increased in popularity. Only the choicest, best-boaied, ripest, sweetest leaf is used in "Star"—which makes an elastic and lasting chew. It is far more economical than the other kinds because it lasts longer. 150,000,000 IOc. p.tees sold annually. \ In All Stores CHILD ATTACKED BY COW. X X X t X X x X X f ❖ Horn Penctrali'x Under and Dt- NtroyN Hoof of Mouth. Sherman, Tex,, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

* ( * I p ■'.V l^MJt * Win.I. ' v *$P$iP THURSDAY. AUOUST M. 1MI. Jhf BemwraMiazette. < # V IK >. * 1 ' * PdbtMk** Beery Tbureday. TOM W. WALTER B. WILSON «> .ion, hibllihfn ud Proprietor*. held In Cdtt« county. All Ik* people, Heller or antl-9*l- ley, will be welcome et th* bit pic- nic end report* from every portion of Colli® county and beyond It* border* Indicate that the attendance will be Immense. Whatever may be your political predilection* or •(fili- ations. don t fall to come to hear a great orator. itared at aecond-claaa mall matter. re eateomwr*: —TW 4ate printed c poriU ear mm* oa tWsurgta ot the paaar or oa the erapMr indlotuw the urn* to wbloV your aab- ri ming Um ptpor ragalarljr will pteaaa aotlfy aa .^WKa sarurjra? .oa 22 - Subscription Rate* UM copy one year •1.00 It* always in order to do good. Some young men are entirely too promising. The rain gives a refreshed feel- ing all 'round. Collin county is beginning to wear the sweet smile of prosperity. Says t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

orw« THE WAY TO WEALTH la u plain as the way down town Ben Franklin points it with thla homely advice: WBBKLY DEMOCRAT PICNIC NEAR |jj Artftffi*1'- 14^ - , THURSDAY, APOWP ft, !••*. wm "Be Honest," "Work Hard," "Save Some" The chief function of a bank is to receive depoBitg and to loan money. These things we are prepared to do In a manner acceptable to our pat- rons. Collin County National Bank McKINNBY. TEXAS! Lla> The Day of the Trundle-Bed. >na ■dc as. o 1U *.« € « 4 « ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 < « ♦ a ♦ ♦ V 4 % ♦ ♦ ♦ t •% O ♦ • * The Montgomery Advertiser and the Charlotte Observer have beec in- dulging in remlnls^nces of the trun- dle-bed. It belonged to a distinct iriod in the history of American vilzatiou, and one of the greatest itltutlons of the' simple life. It ined in the time of the high ers and valances, and time when lungsters were kept under the im- mediate protection of the parental ye and before they had been sent to the nursery to be looked nfter by hired ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

$11 ml ' m. I: | $ - 1 %; ,;i'i" :v f? % - ' " "J. f' / Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers and Lawn Mowers a cost Come and make a selection while you can buy them cheap. CROUCH-SAIGLING CO. McKinney, Texas. y TUESDAY. Miss Myrtle Robert on of Grand Prairie Is visiting Miss Etta Roem- mele at Woodlawn. • Mrs. HarrlBon Stiff left this after- noon for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Ed Throckmorton, at Channlng. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Richmond of Wllmeth community left this after- noon for their future home at San .Angelo. C. W. Fritz and wife who have been visiting the former's cousin, J. K. Henderson, at Princeton, passed through this city today on their way to their home at Whltesboro. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Honaker and children of Farmersvllle passed through here today en route to Sherman, where they will remain during the school term. Mrs. 8. A. Edgar, with her daughter, Miss Laura of Big Springs, who has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. J. S. Stanley, left this morning for a visit to relati...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

9 THE WBBKLY DEljOCRAT^ I m \t if :• A' *. ALL OVER THE COUNTY •rtgM u4 N«wy LMUri Pram Th« DrnMrit'Oiutto'i C«r i ef Speelal C«rrMHn<Mti. . r CVLLEOKA. The Baptist meeting is in progress at this place now. Theodore Childress and wife are the proud parents of a baby boy. Miss Georgia Collis is sick at this writing. Several of the young people from this community have been attending the meeting at Copeville. Jerry Highsaw came near being drowned Wednesday evening In his father's tank. He was rescued by Walter Hobblns. Miss Ester Caldwell from Van Zandt county has been here visiting her uncle, Mr. Gambrell. Mr. and Mrs. Shelton have return- ed from a viBlt to the west. Mrs. Phil Corblt from near Wylie is visiting her father, Mr. Rlggs, and family. Miss Bessie Wickum from Dallas is visiting her sister, Mrs. Andrew Wheeler. Mr. John George has erected a new seed house at the gin. He is ready for work. Dr. Maynard l« having a new tank made this dry weather. Culleoka, August 24. ALTOGA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

NSw 1 ' I i ? I ? I * :^.'V Why is my grocery business growing? you ask. Well, it must be because we keep the goods and make the prices that plea&e the people. Then we try to serve them just right and never practice a "skin' game." Of course we appreciate our old customers and the new ones who are coming every day. Barnes Gerrish GROCERIES AND PRODUCE Phones 94 and 525. MoKinney, ' - - - Texaa ji DISTRICT COURT IKH'KKT. AMlpmcnt of C#hw for September Term of Court. The September term of court com- mences Monday September 2. The assignment of caBes is as follows: Monday, September 2, ittOT. Pannle NelBon et al vh Mary Cllft •t al. R. B. Craft et un vs G. C. & 8. F. Ry. Co. Ed Neilon et al vs V. B. Galla- gher, Ex ec et al. Tuesday, September 3. McReynolds & Co vs J. F. Dlck- erson & Co. Bmlly C. Cundlff et al vs J. W. St. Clair. Jim Smith vs Ed Burge et al. Wednesday September 4. Stella Smith vs Jim Smith. Samuel Jackson et al vs W. U. Tel, Co. R. S. Phillips vs O. C....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

=L WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZKTTB. THUBADAY. AVQVVT St. 1 07. M* 1 11 t | * I K -e" Our Anniversary Cash Present Just Like Finding Honey But easier. We give it to you. At the end of Sept. we will have been in the Drug business here juet one year. .The people of McKinney and surrounding country have been good to us. our business has SrowiT by leaps and bounas, and we feel like celebrating the anniversary in an unusual way. We are fully appreciative of the many courtesies shown us and to evidence our appreciation, and at the same time get in touch with more people who are not now our customers we have concluded to return in cash to our customers one entire day's Hales. GET OUR PLAN For details of plan, call at our store for circular, which will give full explanation^ GET VOI R MONEY BACK. If you buy an article at our ■tore "and And it in any way un- satisfactory, bring it back and get your money back. We do not, at any time, want your money unless you are satisfied that you have got your mon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

*««, ' ,-S v.• ' S^-'iSSSf sR'i fsi> ' ' «vc$e 1 Li2: ■? > ' S w" |«V'< v ft $ i • . ■ w ;V 'V: | I. THURSDAY. AUGUST II, 1107. - ' K If All careful woman UM HER BINE Woman who suffer from se- vere hoadacliee. and all diaoa- 68 duo toa torpid liver, should not fill their stomach with cal- omel and other drugs. HERBINB QUICKLY CURES BfltousneM, Constipation, Chilis and Fever, Dyspepsia, Malaria and all Liver Complaints. Mrs. C. D. Philloy, Marble Falls, Tex. writes: I find Her- blne the beet liver corrective I ever tried. It has done my fa- mily and myself a world of good. I recommend it to my friends." - PRICE 80c. • 11 r Ballard Snow liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, • MO. £old and Recommended by BMlifl BROS. TUCK HILL ON QUANTRELL Colonel Tuck Hill, one of Mc^ln- ney and Collin county's best known and most highly esteemed citizens, who served under the famous guer- lUa chieftain, Colonel William Quantrell, during the civil war, to- gether with Frank and Jesse James, who were his co...

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