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

n ' g ■ - 1907. THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. OCTOBER WEEKLY A Clever American. BARGAINS IN PIANOS Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. MOM El J15 mists Since a piano as a rule costs more than any other single piecti of furniture that goes int. the home, and since a vast majority ot the people who buy "once for all," the purchase of one ought to be given serious consideration and the make selected with the utmost caution. Some people miice their selections ou the strength of the salesman's representations, o r tha opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to '"Piss" upon the merits of the instrument, which, in many cases, has not even received the indorse- ment of obscure musicians, much less one of note; but when a Kimball, or an Estey, or a Camp & 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 and used by the wo...

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

?> MS ■ m wm The Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. l'KRKINH WALTKlt Q. WIL80N PmIiIIkImt* and Proprietor*. Kntered an second-class mall matter. Tto rtubiarltflr*: - Th* date prints opposite* y Mr n*m« aa ibe tn*ivin of th«- paper or oo th «r*pr«r thr flat* to wtnoih youi ub- * 'rtptioa I* p*ld All *utw<^iptlim« mptri on > • Ir i of ouvotu A,ny •utMorlbtr oc: r*- the paip^r r«n' trly will pioiw«« notify us THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, U07. hope Gladys and bar count will be supremely happy. Another step toward obtaining good roads In Illinois was taken when Gov. Deneeti sinned the roatl drag bill piuuM'd by the forty-fifth general assembly. Under this law Ibe farmer who drags the road ubtit- ♦ UOOO KOAIM. That Itavenna roBd Is the next proposition that some of the busi- ness men say needs looking after Wt io sat n4 movtpu for moMjr **><! oo hul orMIl mbbx on *Jip h'uihed 10 p*t r, If artdn Is sot *tsowo on «!:p to i«n < r itjm lU9 ,i{ rvvltuc..*•, Booty thl...

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

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUR8DAY. OCTOBER 10. 1 07, i of f. ■an-' t ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Nmy Lttltri Frtm Th« DamMril-OiutU'i Corps of Spool*I Correspondents. wwvvvw DONNA. COPEYILLK I ^ DONNA. I wood, I. T., and sister. Mrs. Berta ■ I Davis,•visited their sister and other Mbad a fine rain which wan > relives at Hlue Kid ice lust Satur- needed for soyvlug wheat. I day un(l Sunday V. MounKer has returned from Texas where he went on busl- olug as far west uh Plainview. and Mrs. Hurve Miller are otid parents of a new baby 1. Johnson of Roosevelt Coun- M., has been visiting VV. P. thy and family. Hlthcock has been visiting lighter, Mrs. Brock and broth- Brock. , ttle Miss is stopping with Mr. is. John Wolf. J. A. McClure and family have to Durant, I. T. . Tutt of Carrollton wa« here Joe Giles and Reed Hartley went to McKlnney Monday. C. G Morrow and family moved tn the farm of John Airhart last week to pick cotton. Cham bliss, Oct. 7. YINEY (1IIOVK NO. U. A nice rain ...

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

w_ '• ' .« ~ ' IM"* <s V . ? -?* '•'• ■ ■ - •■ r ft ... WSKf k. ■ , ' #<'• , -V. ' " . M . /: * , ' tj -■ - -t --... V "v. t \| THE WEEKLY DIMOCWAT-OAgWTTB. THURSDAY. OCTOBKR 10. 1#«7. FALL CLOTHING! Your Interest Nay Be Here. You art) goin j to want ccih• lug. Yuu waui th- hem. nt'.vrnlljr. You have heard the bids tor trade. You are iu douhl You ha\e beu:«ltluit this -mo Pjoilllses I hi*. You liuve beard that one dees tli at. Have you hear! thut White & New some sates you S r.O to $10.00 ou a hiii. and nivcs you the bwst liniOiC. me lies*. tail- oring, that goen into rloimut'.' t)ur UUoriB( mi worthy of our goods, mid o« r. gv>od« are lii" l e«: thut money een buy, ? .«1 ill style we umkt? yuu fool at ease, for you Kito-v that it is tlie lateHt, ye r'i«r price. ."e reasonable, starting at $10 to $35.00 White Newsome MrrrluiiO Tnilur* HU* livnla Kurniahera Mi l>NKY, 1KXAK BUY TELEPHONE FRANCHISE The rant pa uy of Dillu capitalist* concerned in the movement to es- tab...

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

t THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THI R8DAY. OCTOBER 10. 1107. — T«x •int'iir. her, nt' b<>| ilHK flny| but III sel iixi am > not u ). A f * \ V CAMPAIGN f 75c . Blankets 49c 50 Soft Cotton Down Blankets all out in one lot /Campaign Price pair 49c 71c Outing 4\c 500 yards nice dark Opting while it lasts Campaign Price yard 4£c 25c Fascinator ,15c p ret t y Fascinators worth 25c. You can have your choice this sale at each ISC Short s Cotton Crops and other unlooked for make merchant give conditions should every you a low prioe. Some of our competitors want to'make a small fortune on 1-4 bale cotton crops. 7c , Domestic 5c 1000 yards Brown Sea Island Domestic worth this season 7c all out in one big stack during this sale The Fair Store OF PRICE MAKING! The Fair Store Wraps and Jackets at Unheard cf Low Prices 1 Lot baby soft down Cloaks worth $1.00 several colors to select from this sale only 75c 1 lot Misses Cloaks worth up to $2.50. Sev- eral kinds to select from, h bargain fo...

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

p- iawa * IP , UN.k ii«N At « IMrtww li'ltrr Front Gotham. W. Finlasoii, 450 Broadway, York, contribute* the following to the Texas Christian Advo- Collln county contains hun- of sturdy. inunly, ambitious moat of them live on farma, and we hope everyoue of them ) read this letter: * V in Great ('Itjr. e, boya, I have something to tell you:" Draw near. I would whisper it TJ You are thinking of leaving the homestead: • Don't be in a hurry to go. "The city has many attractions. But think of the vices and sin; When once In the vortex of fashion. How soon the course downward begins." Anywhere you go, everywhere, the young men are dissatisfied, and older ones. too. iff I It* look green at a distance" Is rather an old saying, but nevertheless true. People, par- ticularly young men, read of the of the successes in cities, and every one imagines that only a chance is needed for him to equal or eclipse them. Some do. many do not; by far about f H of every 1,000 fall to reach the goal. The one...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1907. * m HI 1111 H i \ | J. t-i-l 'l- 21 I 1 1 II'WH'MI Hlll-H- That's the Time TUESDAY SEPTEMBER. 24 [' fAS THE DATE IN THE ENVELOPE 1 AT THE BANK is k (1 all CLOWER & WOODAhh tickets bearing that date F.I be redeemed IN CASH at our st ore. Hrlng them In and ■*1 your money. The number on tickets iwih no Bignlflcance. LOOK FOR THE DATE ,1 remember we do this because we want more of your , ik trade. We know (bat wo havn't the largest business in Kinney but wo know also that wo have what you want, It our prices are right, that cmi- service la good and that ,i will like our way of dolus; business. Hundreds of sat- ed customers will evidence this and we want you for i> of them. Cordially yours, 1} I flower & Woodall, NORTH SIDE DRUG STORE, ONE 460 McKINNEY, TEXAS POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE WED A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnized at the homo of the bride h parents, City Marshal and \ Mrs John S. McKinney, on 3outh lieage stre...

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

a ■ SP£ . *j s m ' V "■« , VJ *5|ig WKKL—WmL-—BB . ■ > .. , • A 'V,' THE WEEKLY D'"0C',AT0<lZETTB; THl'RSDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1907. > > | Fifty Yurt (ha Stasdari DR' w ^ CREAM RAKING POWDER k Crtam of Tartar Powdar Nada from Orapos NO ALUM THl'RSDAY. County Commissioner J. P. Cof- fey Is here today from Anna. C. L. Mack of Sulphur Springs, who has been viaiting relatives here, returned home today. Hon. J. P. Cottrell was here to- day from Piano en route to Far- mersville on professional business. W. H. Payne who Has been con- ducting the song service at the East McKlnney revival, left today for his home in Waco. Mrs, Anna Ware who has been here several weeks with her mother. Mrs. W. P. Pavis. and sister, Mrs. R. E. Chambers, left today for her home ai Texlco, N. M. John B. Lawson of Altoga was in town today. He informed the writ- er that he had rented land near Wal- ter, Ok., where lie would soon move. Mr. Lawson is a flue young man and we regret to lose him from our county....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1907

thb weekly dbmocrat-qazbttb. thprsd4y. october 10, 1907. % in. tvi $ i The Badge and the "Star" The ba.L:c that dis- tinguishes the best chew maue an«J secures the right of way into the mouth cf every particular chevver is the little " Star" ta.; on every plug of STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO The immense sales of "Star" are simply due to the high standard of quality which it introduced over forty years a^o and has since maintained against all sorts of competition. No chew so good—no chew so 'economical—no chew so popular. iThe wholesome, sweet, waxy leaf in {"Star" gives an elastic chew that holds its substance until every bit of the rich juice is chewed out of it Lasts twice ay long as "cheap" chews. r 50,000,000 IOc. picces sold annually In All Stores WILL GO TO PACIFIC. A. Wiley to Accompany American Fleet There. 1x1 forms ordered. < h it HLiontenu tit Commander Henry A. cul Bey of the I'nlted Slates Navy, tion 1 o has been visiting his father, h . T. W. Wiley, for the past ten af...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 October 1907

• ■ <vK>. ■' c <•(.* ,-s; t >#&'■<• Mwtff „• MP ^ , , '• "" •" '•'/iVpu v" X "QUALITY CORNER" P / b^m yes, we b*y* Jfccob BLCabet? OCTOBER 6, 1907. Dear Friend: Don't you love to smell good ham a frying when you are right hungry. All ham is not the right kind of ham though. Nice ham and fresh egrgs make a good break- fast. Don't they. The best Gold Band Ham costs less, quali- ty cons idered, per pound. Eggs just laid are as cheap as any- where in town. Your friend JACOB. P. S. We get the best Ham and Eggs in town at BARNES & GERRISH Groceries and Produce 6 A Phones 94 and 525. McKinney, Texas S oooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooo SATURDAY. N. S. Brooks of near Pre*per was among today's visitors to the city. R. D. Hlnsley of near Gunter was hero today and went to Piano to visit his uncle, Will Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. •!. A. Caskey l**ft this afternoon for a visit to rela- tives and friends at Hubbard City and other places in Central Texas. Mrs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

■ ttitocttil- Ire A TWKKTV-FOUKTH YEAR, NO. JUL McKlNNEY, (Y)LMN COUNTY, TEXAS, THIHSDAY, <K TO BE It 17, UM>7. dull tiuul IEMARKABLE CAREER ENDS ft FoJ kt M Idi i>Bt bat Iphc Columbus. O.. Oct. 11.— Mm. Cas- Chadwlck, whose amazing finan- .1 transactions culminated in the cklng of an Oberlln bank, died he woman's ward in the Ohio Herniary hospital at 10:15 ock yesterday. Mrs. Chadwick been in a comatose condition Home li mr previous to her «| h. and the end came peacefully, "riends or relatives waited at her ide, only the physlcinu and his dants. Her sou, Emit Hc over, been summoned from Cleveland, e was not expected to arrive be- tomorrow. Cassie L. Chadwick, whose li naihe was Elizabeth Bige- Was a native of Woodstock, She first came into public no- Toledo Ohio, where she told es under the name of Madam fre. While in this city she feru- le name of Richard Hrown of gstown, Ohio, and for this was sent to the penitent iary lumbus for nine years served but a portion ol this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

m tltf JiN: ■ -i'.. -'f v-; ■ ;; • ...4 : i rT <§M. j y Sj&-' HP n tSppa n pDifF\ JK%M%^JLiaZP ClVm Baking Powder Made from cream of tartar derived solely from grapes, the most dell- clous and healthful of all fruit acids. J. H. Lynch enrolls for the ly Democrat-Gazette. desiring lo keep up with all the happening*. We are pleased to euroll him. NHL Komi Iaccompanied ***** ,hat ht> WOU,d ' f°llX * heS daughter. .mm Cordelia, *"* 1,1 b«- Le^Iat- MONKV IN DKAD LETTM118. Over DC..OOO <m cs Into DepurtiiiKjit IIUt'illK Sl'lltl'llilHT. j ed and proved very successful, the proceeds amounting lo f 110.45. County Clerk L. A. Sears auctioned .off I he boxes anil won new laurels Washington. Oct. 10 In letters « ««> auctioneer. Excellent ad- mit properly addressed, which reach- dresses were delivered by E. W. ed the dead letter office in Septem- Klrkpatrl<k ' and Judge John her, there was found u total of . ... 9S.3fil.74. Of this amount 9 I.S71.-j( hur<:b- M,ss A,,1« Perk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THCRRDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1907. cc Chief Wants Your Star " .1 The chew that's always asked for—the chief want of every chewer—the standard chew for over forty years—still, as always, both the best and most economical chew made ia '8 it PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO Only the choice, ri|>e, fine-bodied leaf is good enough for "Star"—that's why it is so sweet, juicy and so lasting—that's why a lOc, plug cf "Star" chews better and twice as long a9 other chews that scan bigger. # Everywhere the call . is for "Star"—every time it*3 the chew that is chosen—and every bite is "chewed dry." 1 • 150,000,000 ioc. picces sold annually In All Stores i; M iM rr FHItOWN FltOM WAGON. 'Iftlcle Blllie" llowcll of Coffman Painfully Hurt at Anna. '•Uncle Blllie" Howell, who con- InttH a store at Coffman, was I'""1119own from a wagon while unload* corn at Anna Thursday. He fell las thWtfroHH a scantling and his back was <!f<®erely Injured. He was resting ell at last report. To ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

PERKINS WALTER B. WILSON ud Proprietor*. as second-class mall matter. . margin of the ptpei i Um {IBM to which All MMoriptiona li-Tto tela printed oppoalt# ■r or on tka your aub- ptlona espirs on ABjMutwonbar net ra- > pa par ragularly Vlli plaaaa notify ua tor «oaay paid on HM Q|| lilt) A^.tAObAd oradtt la not shown on alip In taa ot ravlttanoa, notify Mia Hubm-rlptiou Rates One copjr one year •1.00 Mrs. Cbadwick is dead, her soul. Peacc to The worryiiiK hublt good one to quit. is h mighty Collin County bus the blackest lands and the whitest people of any place old Sol shlneH on. Thin in all we want to say right now. Wonder if Collin County will have a candidate for congress? It not. why not? We have lots of good material; but who has ihe nerve" to run? Kducnted Ileus will perform at the Dallas fair. Wonder if they ran go further and stronger than these common McKlnney fleas? if they do, they certainly go some. You'cannot always see your own faults as your neighbor sees them, ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

LJI THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1 07. MANY REASONS WHY § You Should Trade At J. A. WATERS' SHOE STORE 44 THE HOME OF EASY FEET. Because, you get what you want and uo substitute. Beciuse, its new and the best, you know is found here. Because, that's our biiNinesy. and we study to please. Because we lit feet for partic- ular people, at popular prices. Because, our prices are the lowest, our expenses the smallest, our goods reliable. nth. •ner •es: Hit,] *r. Jur-| lOD' tin. iote| cor-' nce| DUNLAP. For men's strictly dress wear, only In.oo. " Beauties. No mistake, the Dunlap needs no introduction. Once you wear a pair, you'll wear no other. E. T. WRIGHT. No better men's Shoe on earth. 3 50 to — 5.00. I his Shoe we especially re- commend. because we have seen - them tried. Every pair guaranteed. Get your feet in a pair of them SELZ ROYAL BLUE. Men s foot wear, 110 house can 1 compare. Has your feet been placed in a pair. If so, you know the rese. MEN'S BOOT TEES. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

Bawil I?3, irwuyirtiiw 11 'witt it" fflMwititiT PWMfttfHWMMMiWn 'mm ■ ■•6, ■O. UVv fr, - ■ mm H I • m ' BBSRK | B-J ■I I MAGNIFICENT ARRAY DRESS GOODS Newest Weaves and Colors. Just the right Weaves and Colois in Autumn Dress Goods. We offer you a special selection of Fall Dress Fabrics in the new and popular weaves and most favored colors. The prices are less than you'll find elsewhere. 200 yds very newest fancy plaid silk finished waistings. Pretty Patterns, worth this season 35c yd on sale the yd c< 20c pretty Suitings injfancy mixtures and new plains the very thing for servicible inex pensive Suits, 20c values selling under value at yd u now 15c 300 yds Extra fine Suitings assorted pat- terns 25c values on sale at 19c 300 yds White Oxford the very goods for a new Fair Waist pretty patterns, new raised A figured effects. Worth this season 20c Priced Undervalue at yd only Broadcloths Kly Priced It is universally admitted that broadcloth will be the most popular fabric this seas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

Mfi f W, v.,' # , ^ e: f THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-QAZBTTe. THUR8DAY, OCTOBER 17. I 07. MATCHLESS VALUES [Merchandise, that honest, dependable quality that carries with it the as- w© scrutinize closely every article and icject every piece of merchandise constant effort to offer none but good merchandise at the lowest possible psing business is the result of public confidence and underselling. People sKtorious merchandise at a lower price thau elsewhere. They know that dish enough to destroy that confidence, even in a single instance, by mis- ss. Quite aside from a question of principle, self-interest aud policy de- Underselling is the result of underbuying. The merchant who buys for th, Denison aud McKinney, always command the lowest possible prices and clean-up lots of merchandise about one-third under cost of production . large orders placed months ago before the recent heavy advance in all ring, only a part of which we tell you about in this double-page ad. Then is, which are important...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

TH WKLI t r 07. ■ ■ J. ggg L- WILL WEAR IMPORTANT 55S t WHAT VOU WILL PAY IS MORE IMPORTANT t I We have the greatest collection of Fall and Winter wearables ever brought to Collin county by any one store. X Ml ■■ ■ w Menu and boys. Our line of Clothing is not only of a high grade and fashion- able one, but it in EXTENSIVE. You have s wider range and larger stock to select from here than else- where. Everything that (.an* l>e desired in style, quality, make and lit, and in price is very moderate. Suits $7.50 to $25.00 Boy's Suits $5.00 to $12.59 Children's Suits $1.50 to $5.00 LADIES' NOTIONS Combs, Belts, Purses, Gloves, Rib- bons, Collars, Beads, Fancy Pins, Hair Pins. CORSETS fiom 50c to $5a00 CADET HOSE—linen toes, heels and knees. Best in world 25c FANCY HOSIERY—all colors: Shoe Department Children Shoes £>Oc to i oo Misses Shoes 1 OO to 2 50 Latest styles in ladies tine Shoes. Tans, blacks of all up-to-date lasts. Button and lace to 84.00. Odd lots in Shoes Odd-lots of ch...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

THB WIBXLT OmiOCRAT-OAZBlTB. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1907. GREAT CAMPAIGN Price Making Sale % h \ s* *• / s* A SEE OUR NEW DRESS GOODS ON SALE 35c Wash Silk at - - - - 25c new Waisting on sale at - 35c kind new Plaid on sale at 75c Blankets to close out at pr We could tell you of hun- * dreds of bargains if we had space See new pre- miums Continues until Saturday October 26. hundreds of people come many miles to take advantage of the power ful low prices. Our competitors are fixing to blow us up a little hot air. No slight of hand or picture show at our store e, \ SEE OUR NEW WRAPS ON SALE Fair Store $1.00 baby Wrap on sale at - - 75c $2.00 misses Wrap on sale at - $1.45 $6.50 ladies long Wraps, at - - $4.50 Ladies Wraps worth up to $10 $7.50 Watch out for the hot air wagon. Every one will tell you that Hammond Beats the Bunch People are carrying off our premiums by the barrells full. Well they have a right, so have you, if you have the coupons. We give a coupon with every purchase. S...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

Iff m ENTERTAINED "The Club of 4 4" wai entertained Saturday, at the palatial home of K. W. Klrkpatrick hi thin etty in a manner long to be remembered by every one preseut. Ideal autumn weather favored the day. The or- ganisation of the club wan suggested at a meeting at the home of T. C. Jasper. cashier of the Piano Nation- al Bunk, In I'lano three year* ago, but <*a« not formally effected until I a few day* later at the home of Jo- nas M. Huffman. No one Ik eligible to membership In the club except those born in the year IS4 4 and who served in the Confederate army. The eight original members were T. C. Jasper, cashier Piano National Bank, born January 11, 1M4; Jonas M. Huffman, Piano, born January 29, 1X44; A. H. Former, i'lano, born March <i. 1X44; Geo. W. Bowman, president Piano National Bank, born April. 19. 1844; Frahk Armstrong. Piano, born August 1*11; Kev. D. J. Martin, Piano, born Septem- ber 17, 1X44; James Welle, Piano, born October 29, 1 X44; Rev. G. C. Garrison....

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