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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1907

> ""* "" fm m'v' j, rm WltXLT DBMOCR AT-OAZUTTB. THCRBDAY. 8BPTRMBER 12. 1*0T BARGAINS IN PIANOS t€\ for Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. tti r cut ndigei limlec ks an mar Since a piano as a rule costs more than ,.uy other ingle piece of furniture that goe int the home, and4ince a vast majority ot 'he people who buy once for all," the purchase of one ought to be iven serious consideration and the make selected with the utmost cai tion. Some people nt>tce their selections on the trength of the salesman's representations, o r he opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to 4'Pw" upon the merits of the instrument, which, in many cases, has not even received the indorse- ent of obscure musicians, much less one of note; ut when a Kimball, or an Estey, or a Camp & Co., is se- eded for the home, the school, the church, or any ther place, for that matter, you are purchasing an instrument unrivalled in "tone, touch and durabil- ity," recommended and used...

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

Hidden OF VARIOUS ntOPV MOMS GROUPED FOR YO P CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC United to Cohunma la Which Are N tlcN of Doctor*, Dentists, Lawyers, Notaries, Etc. T. R. BRYANT, Dentist. .Foot* House. Phone 203. McKlnney. DR. E. L. BURTON, l, racialist, •ye, ear. nose aud throat, McKlnney, Texas. JAMES LEW 18, Veterinary Sur- geon, prompt attention; ofllce phon' 3S9; North Kentucky street, lfcKln- ney, Texas. Dr. W. E. Rucker, office In Fwiu House, second floor, southwest cor asr. Phones: Oflse 46, Reside 177. F. G. HEDGES, Dentist, upatalra over Collin County National bank. Residence phone 28. Ofllce phont 412. McKlnney, Texss. T. T. Webb, Justice of the Peace, and ex-officio Notary Public, alwayr appreciates notary work as a s'di line, dwtf DR. J. O. GREER- -Office upstairs over J. D. Stilt Dry Goods Co., eust side square, McKlnney, Texas Phones: Residence 608, ofllce 00b. ♦ « ♦ H. A. ABERNAT11Y, Lawyer 4 Collin County Abstract Co; 4 ♦ Land titles abstracted and per- 4 4 fected. Mone...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

< .■% iM r rly TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR, NO. itii. McKINNKY, COLLIN COUNTY, TKXAH, THURSDAY, SEMTEMIIKR l , IIMI7. n s CITIZEN KILLED AN ARREST HERE \ After the receipt of a card from \ Sheriff JeBse B. Farrls of Dewitt County, warning the officers to look out for Jose Velle, n young Mexi- can charged with the murder of Ernest Underwood, a citizen of that county, last Saturday, a young Mex- ican who has been here hut a short time, has been arrested by Deputy Sheriff Ambrose Bubanks and plac- ed In jail to await the ara-lval of a Dewitt County officer who will de- cide whether or not he Is the man wanted. In the card Velle Is described as about twenty-two yeurs of age, me- dium color, small hands and feet, dark mustache, and with an ugly knife wound scar au .inch and a half In length^across the neck, and ; the young Mexican here resembled thic description sufficiently to, In the officer's opinion, justify his ar- rest and detention, the knife scar on his neck being quite prominent. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

iWfr m m THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAXETTE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. It, 1107. VERDICT FOR THE PLAINTIFF The jury In ihe Mult of Marlah Rhine vh. K. D. Glenn, et al. title and damage*. which has been on trial before Judge B. L. Jones of Sherman since Tuesday morning, re- turned a verdict Friday for re- covery of the land !u controversy, under the peremptory Instructions of the court. Health in ('anal Zone. The high wages paid make It a mighty temptation to our young ar- tisans to Join the force of skilled workmen needed to construct the Panama canal. Many are restrain- ed however by the fear of fevers and malaria. It Is the knowing ones— those who go there without this fear, well knowing they are safe from malarious Influence with Elec- tric Bitters 011 hand. Cures blood prAson too, biliousness, weakness and all stomach, liver and kidney troubles. Guaranteed by Smith Bros., druggists. t 0c. IK AWAItDKI) I'ltKMIIM. •I. Pox ItolxTtxon .KM( Pounds Flour on Cotton. J. Fox Robinson, living at Wood...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

TH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZSTTO, THl R8DAY, HE PTE M HE K. 19. 1907. OSES \\ n "Star" Play When "Star" comes your way -—catch it! You couldn't get your hands on a better chew if you searched the country over. "Star" plugs are full 16 oz. weight—and always have been. "Star" quality is the highest— and always has been. And STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO still costs you the same for the best chew made as it always has. "Star" is not only the best, but the most economical plug you can buy. The wholesome, _ waxy leaf in "Star" is full- bodied, sweet, juicy, yet, tender and elastic, and makes blasting chew,retaining its substance until the last bit of juice is chewed out of it. i50,000,000 IOC. pitas told annually. In All Stores lit Vk 18 M* h / T \ MASKED MEN HOLD UP TRAIN St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 1 :i. The Great Northern Oriental Limited train No. 1, which left St. Paul Tuesday morning, was held up by two masked men six mlletj west, of Redford, Mont., early today. The robbers crawled over ihe rende...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

Jf ' ilPif # i" . < |P J J| ' ; WALTBU B. WIL80M Pabllihm and Proprietors. u second-class mail matter. 4*ta prtautf oppotJW itttteMMr or on the M to Vnloo jrour «ub- t of th* month. *Anjr wrtworiber "not n i MM' wUl pImm notify u« •xplr* on >r not m4 roootpu (or bomjt poM on bMondltanao on ailp rtttoM •4tt U not showa on slip ln_un of rwaltUno*. notify U i Subscript ioa Rata* Oae copy one year Never tell alt you know. •1.00 Bveu work can be overdone. ty. Quit lying about your neighbor. The "big head" la always emp- HiWNPHPPVP oae of jl a rude awsk- feet daya. Don't forget to remember to do your trading with McKlnney nier- chanta. It In to your Interest as well as theirs. The wood problem will soon be engaging the attention or the aver- age man. Its not a theory, but a stern reality. Nine-tenths of those who are al- ways criticising the efforts of other people could not do ait well to save their souls front hades. qUA straight line is the easiest to follow. Take a tumble to you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

; mSi THE ALL OVER THE COUNTY ■right and Niwif Letters Pram TM D*mMr*t-0«Htti'i Corp* *f tpMlsl Correspondents Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Taylor vlslt- frjends and relatives In Cellna last wtekT Mr .and Mrs. J. P. Miller attended church at Verona last Sunday. Mr. Casper Waller attended the Honey Grove picnic last week. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. eff Thomas ts no better at this rltfag. Mr. Leslie Miller lert for Wlilte- ight last week where he will en- school at Grayson College. Rev. Keller did not fill his regu- ar appointment here Sunday ou ac- count of the meeting he was con- ducting at Verona. Cotton is opening very slowly. 8ome have only picked one bale. > Mrs. Wages of Caddo Mills return- ed home Sunday after a few days' visit to her duughter-ln-lnw, Mtb. Jarrle Wages. Climax, Sept. 16. COTTAGE HI Mi. •7 The remains of the little daugh- £t«r of M. English w-ere interred In 7 the Cottage Hill cemetery Sept. 13, (She was brought from Sherman for /burial. Rid. J. R. Darnall conduc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

QUALITY CORNER § B SEPTEMBER 14, 1007. Dear Frl«nd: We are putting up lots of fruit at our house. Are you putting up any fruit at your house? A If you do, and need some nice fresh upices that will give a nice flavor ♦♦♦ to the fruit you are putting up, I can X i tell you where to go to get these spices. Your friend, _ JACOB. tarn*** w. t •"■mintc*.,c«a • P. S. I didn't tell you where to get the spices, but I will now. It is BARNES & GERRISH Phone i 4 and 525 MoKINKEV TEA AS. ? ? ? t ? t t y y ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ v MATItlMONIAI. MIX-UP. Mother and Daughter Wed Brothers at Fort Worth. Fort Worth. Tex.. Sept. 19.—A mother, 40 years old, and her blush- ing young daughter, 16 years old. were married to two brothers, one aged 19 and the other 17, at the county court house Monday morning. Justice Bratton who tied the knots with is usual eaBy grace and aplomb, is tied up in a worse knot than any nuptial knot Ji* pver tied, trying to figure out the relationships resulting from these two marri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

T m^k af i i t A 1 itHtd •4>. THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAMTTE, PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMENT ITEMS OP VARIOUS PHOFKf SION8 GROUPED FOR YO"P CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC Iifiled to Cohunna in Which Are N tiers of Doctors, Dentists, Lawyers, Notaries, Etc. T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. .Foots House. Phone 203. Mr Kinney. DR. E. L. Bl'KION, L racialist eye, ear, nose and throat, McKlnney, Texas. JAMES LEWIS, Veterinary Sur- geon, prompt attention; office phon* 339; North Kentucky street, McKln- ney, Texas. Dr. W. E. Rocker, office in Foot# House, second floor, southwest cor ser. Phones: Office 46, Reside 177. P. G. HEDGES, Dentist, upstair* over Collin County National bank. Residence phone 28. Office phon* 4 IS. McKlnney, Texaa. T. T. Webb, Justice of the Peace, and ex-offlcio Notary Public, alwayr appreciates notary work aa a s'dt line, dwtf DR. J. C. GREER—Office upstairs over J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Co., east side square, McKlnney, Texas Phones: Residence 608, office tiua. ♦ R. e. CHAMBERS, Fire I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

>,4' llffr-' M N ADMIRE rat-oazbtte. S • F *jr iof alTtofee i trMbS with fainting mill. kniularitiM. antow irrita- iiilty, backache, the "blues," and Obese dreadful d raffing sensations, hop* to bs happy or pooulsr, wd UruoeiMat la either boas, business or aoelsl llfs Is imposaibls. The o um of thsee troubles, bow- ■ ■4 •ear, yields quickly to Lydls B. Pink- haa't Vegetable Compound made froa native roota and bsrbs. It acts MISS EMMARUNT2LER taally all thoee dlstreaalug svmp- toma. No other aadtolne in the country has received such unqualified indorsement or has audi a raoord of cures of famala Ills aS has LjdiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Miss Emma Runtsler, of Ml State St., Schenectady, N. Y., writeat— "For a long time I was troubled with a weakness which seemed to drain all my strength away. 1 had dull hoadaehes, was nervews, irritable, ana all worn out. Chancing to read 00a of your advertisements similar to mine cured by Lydia B. Pink ham's Vegetable of a case egeti 1 fOr ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

ii'' "',- r t Mr : V* It, J ®7. % r« _ |3I ■ 1***. Vfl .•* •- • 'T'' ' rjgj* —— Opened at our store the past few days, new Dress Goods, Millinery, Shoes and Clothing. Mr. Knight has jusjt t returned from the eastern markets where he has spent some time selecting the fall stocks for his several stores. The goods are now arriving, although prices have advanced he bought many goods from wholesalers 8i who were "hard pressed and needed the money at once at last years prices, which will enable us still to further Ml over value and undersell our competitors. Our cash prices are always the lowest. - 10,1 Special Prices on Staple Dry Goods. 1,000 yards Zephyr Ginghams on Sale while they 4 last, per yard I UC Big Outing Snap. 2,000 yaads Nice Outing, regu- ular 10c value. Can,t last long at the yard 8k Suiting and Woolen Dress Goods. 200 yards white Oxford Waistlngs, pretty patterns 12 1-2 quality on sale A ^ per yard I UC 5 pieces fancy plaid Suiting new fall patterns th01 1 Sc yard IWV 200...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

THB WmflKLY JDKMOCftA.T-OAZBTTK. THlfRSDAY. SEPTEMBER. 19, 1907. $9,000 Worth New Fall Goods. -■—; FALL OPENING SALE! Starts Saturday, September 21 st. Closes Saturday, October 5th. $9,000 New Stock To Select From 5 Our buyeris back from market, and all the new goods have arrived and they are all fresh, new up-to-date oods, bought for the cash , not on tick like some merchants buy. You know what tick means, it means when ver you buy from those big expence stores, you pay all the way from 50 to 60 per cent profit on all the goods ou buy from them.; That's too much profit. Get one of our circulars and compare the prices. New Up-to-Date Dress Goods and Silks ALL OUT ON SALE. Cream Wash Silks worth this season 35c at . Black Taffeta Silk worth this season $1.50 at China and Japanese Silks worth this season 65c at - Kersey Cloth very near 2 yds wide, worth 75c at Broadcloth worth $1 all shades per yd 1-2 Wool Voiles worth 50c you can buy at this sale at 7c quality Cotton Check This Sale ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

TOT WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER. 19. 1 0T. 3 frs er BARGAINS IN PIANOS Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- . chines and Sewing Machines. V > . - Since a piano as a rule costs more tlian . uy other Ingle piece of fomiture that goe? itic the home, iod since a vast majority of 'h people who buy once for all," the purchase of one ought to be ven serious consideration and the make selected h the utmost car tion. omc people m*Ke their selections on the ngth of tho salesman's representations, o r opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to **' upon the merits of the instrument, which, ) many cases, has not even received the indorse- lent of obscure musicians, much less one of note; ut when a Kiakall, or an Eftey, or a Camp ft Co., is se- tcted for the home, the school, the church, or any her place, for that matter, you are purchasing an trument unrivalled in "tone, touch and durabil- /' recommended and used by the world's most ous artists, whose names and testimonials can ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 19 September 1907

• > • •V • . -ri - ' U. U07. ?®3WWii- Sy ' v>. .> " "' v JP r. K , 9 "x* "■ i TPS* ; f; ; v,-'"'■• * \ For Dyspepsia Gives rest to Dm stomach. For Indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomaol* tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervoua stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A prompt relieL MtwM i«il «wt r m TftitK •IMJ F«)| Sale by R. B. Bristol 3Cl 1—. - LKJHT BURNS FOR ERRING SON*. Everjr Night HI* .Mother I'lined Lamp in the Window. «f. Lome. Mo., Sept. 10.— A lfcht'- ed lamp burning nightly in the win- dow of their modest home at No. 12- 13 North Sixteenth street, it is hop- ed by Mm. Mary Morrill, the mother of John P. Cavanaugh, who has been missing from his home since Aug. 5, will be the beacon to guide her son back. Cavanattgh recording secretary of the Sheet Metal Workers' Local No. 24 7. worked steadily at his trade and was well liked. He left his home on the night of Aug. 5, be- cause he was reproached by his mother and his half brother, Eddie Morri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

3- •e )- n (INTRUDERS AT TWO PLACES 11 f* About 10 o'clock Wednesday <5 Wight Mi-b. Carry Meyer who con- f Bluets "The Ladles Exchange," a res- I flu lira lit In (he last brick building on | Khfl east Hide of South Tennessee l 8treet, and her daughter, Mrs. I 1m Brown, both of whom were sleeping In the rear of the building, were arouaed by some om beating on the rear of the building and throwing a heavy missile against one of the rear windows, shattering the glass. Their screams quickly attracted the tientlon of the officers and City larshal Johnny McKlnne.v, Night •ollceman Tom Cham bliss .nd Depu- y Sheriff Ambrose Euhntiks were on on the scene, the latter with the o young blood hounds from the jiiil. The dogs followed the trail for a short distance, but nothing de- veloped to justify the officers In mak- ing an arrest. A stick of wood was found lying jUBt outside the win- dow, and is supposed to have been the missile thrown, and broken glass was found lying in the room. At 11 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

few ««, ! 07. ST OKLAHOMA VOTE Oklahomu City, Sept. 20.—That a light to the nni«h Ik iiow on be- tween the Republicans and Demo- crat* of Oklahoma over the elec'lon held Tuesday, in which the Republi- can* intend to contest every Inch of ground, especially In the case of governor, is the Bubstunce of Infor- mation from Republican headquar- ters last night. Already C'halrmun Hunter of the Republican state com- mittee has planned to tile contests in the counties of Leflore, Choctaw, Mtiyes, Pittsburg, Grady, Marshall, Love and Sequoyah. In Mie latter county it is claimed that ballot box- es In precincts where the vote Is known to have been favorable to Frant* were taken out and burned. This information comes in reports received from these places, and Chairman «ilunter can only Investi- gate. Last night at 7 o'clock Democrat- ic headquarters claim that sixty-nine counties heard from give Haskell a majority of "2,313. This Is a reduc- tion of nearly 8,000 since the pre- ceding night as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

TUB WBBKLT DBlfOCRAT-QAZWTTW THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3ti. 1#07. Under a Ladder and Lucky! His lucky Star! It's every man's good luck to have such a good chew to chew as PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO The reason "Star" is such a universal favorite ?s simply the extra good quality of tobacco that goes into every plug—only the choicest, ripest, sweetest, best-bodied leaf grown. Every "Star" chew is rich in goo .1, wholesome juice—and every "Star" plug gi ve., twice as much chewing as any other chew made — better chewing too. No chew so choice —none iio economical. I jo tooo,ooo ioc. ficces soul amii. ally / In A31 Store A torture OK agei) rHII'I'l.K. Five Mcnihcr" of Sect of I'luler Arrest. n. ty is u- g III h. ti- er \is •n- ira o- & iv. in lo- in lie Chicago, 111., Sept. 21 Five peo- ple, members of the sect of Parhe- mires, are under arrest in Zion City accused of torturing to death, Mrs. Letitia Greenhallagh, 54 years old, a cripple for twenty years, to show their belief in ihe religion they...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

•ww W. PKRKIN'tt 1WALTKI B. WILSON II tors, ribllahm ud Proprietor* •or every one of these chil- dren draws almost $0 from the State for school purposes. Texas Is com- ing. The Five Million club will have to raise Its figures. — Palestine Her- ald. itered as second-class mall matter. R '>'■1 To 8ub*crtb<ir : - The date printed opposite m on the margin of the peper or on the indkmtcto the inm to whlon your eub- la pud. All «ubiorlptlon« explrs on ot the Booth. Any euUeoriber n?t re- StVlag the peper regllarly will pleeee notify ue rear a*a« eraoper in Wtpflou h e ffnt of We do not eeud reoetpu <SheiWiprInst, hat oredti m •e peper, if aredH to not ■ Isfs from for soiiy pild on Mm* on ellp attached _ shown on slip to ten date of reieltunoe, notify thto Hnbrcrfptlon Kales One copy oue jreur •1.00 FOlt A FARMKIIH' TIUHK DAY. Many towns In Texas have a spe- cial Farnieitt' Trade Day one day In each and every mouth, and why not McKlnney? There In no reason why we should not. and h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

; * THE WEEKLY DBlfOCRAT-QAZJ6TTB, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1907. I PTIC1AN... Uues&work rarely pays anywhere —never In the case of eye trouble*. A brief and palnleHH examination will show iiK exactly the condition and needs of your eyes, and may save you lots of dlstrens and many dollar*. IMC. J. F. (X>LK Ih In charge of our optica) depart- ment. His nklll Ih at your command. RHEA & SCOTT, BOOK AND JEWELRY STORE NcKlNNEY, TEXAS ! S | | ❖ f i ft •> * ❖ I # $ i * •:* <r v •> WHEN YOU WANT GOOD PRINTING CALli AT THIS OFFICE, ►> The Latest STYLES and Lowest PRICES are found at Mrs. Frances Younger's We a;e showing the latest and bent hi v ies In Millinery of every description, and Invite you to inspect our stock, which you will llnd pleasing to the eye and helpful to the pocket- book. Buying direet from the Importers and manufacturer*. ,we are enabled to .substantiate our claim that We Save You Money Here. YOU WILL FIX I) HIOICE A complete line of Street Hats and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 26 September 1907

•mj ' s JKiPPIW •vv>" * U. HOT. on Trip. r Of Hopkins County I cannot speak only as far as I have seen. We re- mained at J. A. Smith's until the llth Inst., enjoying the frutta and vegetables which the aandy land produces to perfection. Apples do not do well here but peaches, plums and berile* are fine. J. A. Smith has an orchard of Elbertas bearing and aet "<• : last spring aud all lived but one. He will set several hun- dred more next spring, some of other varieties. The country here in the timber is thickly settled by small farmers and truck growers. The sand is deep and when dry- very disagreeable. All varieties of peas grow here and are profitable for hay and feed us well as a mar- ket crop. Goobers are growing In great abundance, both for bogs and for market. The tops are cured for hay. The country here has plenty of water aud timber. On Suuday I at- tended Sunday school at the M. E. church at Martin's Springs and taught a class. After the school was dismissed I preached...

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