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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. OCTORJ3R 17, 1 07. & BARGAINS IN PIANOS Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- ■ Chines and Sewing Machines. oince a piano as a rule costs more tliun ..ny other aingle piecu of furniture l4iat goes int the home, and «iiice a vast majority ot 'ho people who buy "once for all," the purclinne of one ought to be given serious consideration .iiid the make selected with the utmost cavtion. Some people their selections 011 the strength of the salesman's representations, o r th.) opinion of some unscrupulous* person paid to *'Pi8s" upon the merits ot" the instrument, which, in many eases, lias 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 world's most famous artists, w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 17 October 1907

ML1* IS - %'.l ' *'h '■■&* :* ... raw « P Come to See US, We will o you Good. Dressers, £ OO Dressers, 7 50 Suits, Rolled Foot, 10 OO We lead in cheap Rockers. Big line fancy Mattings in. We make the Price that suits the people. % | Sam Massie Furniture Co. V GABE LUCAS, Manager. \ McKinney, .... Texas- K ♦♦♦♦<( WANTED ! 1000 PEOPLE WHO NEED SHOES | ================ j $ To call at my Store and examine my line of % | Hen's, Boys', Ladies, Nisses, C If AFC ? ♦ and Children JllvtJ | Style, comfort and price will please you t W. P. SUTTLE I Cu v< ,MT< ■v ■ Announcement to Htmi*- v wiv« Proprietor IUTTLE'S iOE TORE } Suttlf. Brick + iHMcKINNEf > TEXAS! ~ S jatsi | 3 |a„ ja |a . 3 i I j i . Z -?8i| s 5 3 I Sjil J •_ .s.*g£ 2 « 0) H ill- ssir TZ • 1* 5'S* _ . r- .J* Jb me Til il l< .so-§ D. C-O e c . -a .2 E-s;ib|^ —-c «JB =-2 c hiip- 8-S fc_- C-fi « % £."7 2-3 z x: y a sis* J*8-:!.- ^P^si3g| «j|s- g£e$f g.i •2 f 3 1 .1 lii !l J •"MHlafliiil -J -J < a UJ o K © o H >...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

*v <<r*® I f Democrat-#a3ette fw KNTV-FOI HTH YEAR, NO. .It. McKINNBY, COLLIN CXHJXTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1IM>7. f^ST DAY OF CLUB LAKE COMING APRIL - MEETING HELD tin- Dallas general In- The following from Tim<>8 Herald \Jlll be of ieresl: ❖ •> ❖ It will he April 1, 1908, before he Sherman-Dallas Electric Inter- rbaii line Is opened for buMineiui. his statement is authoritative bec- ause it comes from President J. F. Strickland, There Ih ih> positive as- wrance that the new road will be A meeting cAthe stockholders of (lit* McKinney HuntiriK and Fishing Club was held at the Collin County National Bank Saturday afternoon, when among other business trans- act ed, a committee composed of- E. A. >'ewsonie and McCarty Moore, was appointed to arrange for the construction of h new spillway. George Wilson %as re-elected manager of the grounds and his sal- I eady for service at the tirpe named ar> Increased $10 per month, in rec- all the confident expecta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

* WBKKNmm&mmm&M Kf $& roing Oat of Business \ mi *- v & ✓t o if 5s o "3 -D a o Q "3 .a C3 • o « -C & if) 8 J* t— o k O g ° S- O , ± m g w E ^ if i CC « I -a Ves—I have to get out of the. Dry Goods business. My health is such that * I can not stand the confinement any longer—so will have to give it up and seek outdoor-employment of some kind. In order to do this I fully realize I will have to make VERY LOW PRICES, below original cost in' many cases. Be that as it may, what I must do in protection to myself is to get this stock into money at some price, which if prices go for anything. I am going to do. O ~ r n • * 8 fS £ y no l_j o 3 B s rt> 1/1 <t rjq p C - SPc c iro 2 ^ o •— *Ko"% ~ 3r 2 3" B o s* 3 cr o ^ 05 8 K c- © 3 2. X B O 2 5* O1 S. B B £—* $ H rt (t O^Q Remember this is no trick of the trade to get rid of an old stock of out-of-date goods. "I Mean Exactly What I Say." I am forced to get out of business on account of my health. My stock is new and u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

SI , * THB^WEEKLl^D8MOCRAT-OAZlBTroiBj^rWJR^^^CKJTOBEH24^^^ mmm FAHMFH It. VAN BltOWK. BARGAINS IN PIANOS Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- I chines and Sewing Machines. Since a. piano as a rule costs more than v;ny other single piece of farniturfc that goes int the home, and since a vast majority ol 'he 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 m*K0 their selections on the strength of the salesman's representations, o r the opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to **P«8i" 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 Estcy, 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 world's most...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

■H&mrmM- MMMB I I THURSDAY. OCTOBER ♦. 1107 '* The Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. .1. . 11 TOM W. PKUKINS WALTKIl II. WILSON Editor*, Pnltllthftv and Proprietors. Entered as second-class mail matter. To rfabaor1b«r*: -The due printed opposite root oane on the margin of the paper or on the Wrapper indicate* the time to which your sub tsriptlon l paid. Ail •ubnorlptk.sa ezplr on is Ant of ths month. Any euhecrt^r not re- tiring the paper regularly will plows notify ui We So not send reoelpt* for money paid on iitoortpUooi, but oredlt same on eilp attached •0 paoer, if oredlt Is not shown on slip to ten tar* from date of remlttanoa, notify this ottoa Subscription Hairs One copy one year 91.00 SIXTEEN PAGES Split-log drug just it little. Bp place that us It. like home. may, there Ih no article Henry Clay Pierce passed up to Got. Ttiomaa Mitchell Campbell. Col. Pierce go** Into detail, from the Inception and organisation of his company, up to the present time, and It aee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

fi V M U wfs THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUR8DAY, OCTOBER 21. 1907. *■ -V {Mountain Peak I FLOUR Collin County's Most Popular Brand. ASK YOUR GROCER ;j SEZ PROFESSIONAL ' . , , DEPARTMENT fl. I aHHv P VARIOUS PROFBf J 0 &Son IT K.MS OP SIONS GROUPED POR YO'^P CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC fit Invited io Columns in Which Are No tlces of Doctor** DcntistM, Lttwycr*, Notaries, lite. T. H. BRYANT, Dentist. .Foot• House. Phone 203. McKinney. I Dr. Ionia Kutr Wynne, Osteopath. Mallow building southwest cornet square. Phonos, office 102; resi- dence ix:$. ♦ « ♦ PIKE INSURANCE: That is 4 ♦ oar business. Are you protect- 4 ♦ ed? It not, we would like t I #A> attend to that for you. We • represent old, rella' e compa-* nies. WHITE A DAV18; over 4 Collin Co. dank, McKluney, « Tezaa. • ❖ •> •> •> ■> •> •> <• •> •> 4 G. E. A BERN AT IIY, Plre In- < surauce Agent; ollice west side 4 ■ > Only the oldest and best com- * j'«0 panles represented. ' <> ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

B. WILSON Publishers and Proprietors. m second-class mall matter. j . - The date printed oppostt* oa tt>« margin of tho paper or un the dlcttes the timn to which your sub- 14. AU subscriptions sxplra on month. Anr subscriber net ra- th* paper regularly will pleaae notify ua We do not Nad reoelpu «SMont,tloo«, Out oredlt m >• pap«r, If oredlt la tor* from date of tv for money paid on but ui edit eaae on aitp attached " not shown on allp In tan Dlttanoe, notify this oBoe Subscription Hates One copy one year •1.00 SIXTEEN PAGES THAT DALLAS BAN- QUET. The banquet tendered to Gov. T. M. Campbell, Saturday night by the citizens of Dallas promises to be epoch lea I in Texas politics. Among the three hundred guests present were Senators Culberson and Bailey, alno Attorney General R. V. David- son, the Nemesis of Illegal trusts in Texas. Gov. Campbell made his usual speech. But his remaks about tho oil magnate. H. Clay Pierce, seemed to provoke Senator Bailey, whose toast followed the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

Ill' £0 ■ t: iW'ift. THE WBEKLY DEMOCRAT-O AZET'lE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1907 UK le i Ic- I. ed i - BRILLIANT CHURCH WEDDING In all the social history of Mr- Klitney the wedding bells never rang with sweeter and happier chimes than on Tuesday, mai n nig as they did, the occasion of the murriage of Mr. Alfred Mally Scott and MIhh if Maude Alice Allen at the First 'christian church ai 5:110 o'clock p. n. , The church was filled with the relatives and friends of this popular young cduple and the artistic deco- rations of ferns and white chrysan- themums, hanked about the chancel In exquisite taste, and thu lovely women and <hivalrous manhood composing the eagerly expectant throng, combined to foiMn a scene which It would require "a magic pen- cil guided by a master1 hand," to tit- tlngly describe, Just before the nuptial hour Miss Evelyn Erwin, whose rich, clear voice Is the pride and pleasure of all McKlnney, most beautifully sang "Because of You," and as the notes were softly bor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

v.,y* "St .-'.f i#" iK r r Broadcloths Kllj Priced It is universally admitted that 'broadcloth will be the most popular fabric this season for Tailored Suits. In fact the demand for broad- cloth was never so great, ft's the correct weight then the rich, permanent, lustrious finish that makes it the wanted cloth. We have the want- ed shades in t lie popular grades and just a little better than the same price will buy elsewhere 54-ineh Broadcloth in all the popular shades of brown, navy, red, garnet, castorjand black in two grades, both of which are special values. The popular cloth for tailored suits this season; the yd, 75c and $1.00 o4-inch Ladies Cloth in brown, navy, gray and classed wkh broadcloth; just right for heavy and inexpensive skirts and suits; the real value is (>5c; specially priced at the yard 50c I P if ' I MAGNIFICENT ARRAY F DRESS GOODS Newest Weaves and Colors. Just the right WeaveS and Colors in Autumn Dress Goods. We offer you a special selection of Fall Dres...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

1 * E MATCHLESS VALUES Viullerehandise,. that honest, dependable quality that cariieg with it the as- Jat d we scrutinize closely every article and leject every piece of merchandise soiiatant effort to offer none but good merchandise at the lowest possible v itismg business is the result of public confidence and underselling. People ^ifj^orious merchandise at a lower price than elsewhere. They know that ivertiish enough to destrpy that confidence, even in a single instance, by mis- bus|j. (^uite aside from a question of principle, self-interest and policy de- iueaJnderselliug is the result of underbuying. The merchaut who buys for* ort |h, Denisou and McKinuey, always command the lowest possible prices iumpmd clean-up lots of merchandise about one-third under cost of production l^e8 Jarge orders placed months ago before the recent heavy advance in all low jng, only a part of which we tell you about in this double-page ad. Then tical® which ave important factors in lowering the price...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

PWP pi&M WEbHSEHBS- I mfa.: - f|Bfp$arl y. 'rmi FREE! FREE! The O'Nell-James Co. of Chicago, rlie well known manufactur- ers and Jobbers In Talking Machines, bos placed iih in a position to to give to every family who spends $25.00 at our store one of the Grand Busy Bee Disc Talking Machines Absolutely FREE Buy your Full and Winter Supplies there. Largest Stock. Lowest prices. We Issue coupons. Keep them until you have $25. worth and then net above talking machine absolutely fjpe. ■ ifr _ Dry Goods, Groceries, General Mavhandise Wilson Bros., Princeton. texas Who's tin- llmMter? The "booster" is one who is for his town when right. and when wrong helps to right it. He asks for no special privileges to the detriment of the whole citi- zenship. He asks for the square deal for the whole city and when he can't get it kicks like a hay steer. Me squeals when he sees special privileges granted to the few and denied to the many. He wants to see the credit of the city maintained and has a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

' THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1907 for appendicitis. tl'EMDAY. I'! III In I I Kill ALLEN. Hurtled Manuscript. wll Doctor 1Mb How Trouble la Cured. ••much as there has been a ber of cutttH of appendicitis re- ed in and near Tuylor of late? i reproduce the following treat- >nt by Dr. L. M. Stroud of Terrell. *as, who Is considered by those [o kuow him an beliiK as good as beat In bin profession. He says: "In publishing what I am abuut to 1 violate a principle In our eth and will lie placed uuder a crow- of seeking ,the public press to I'ude my oplnlous and disparage Bra. However. 1 Intend to be loy- my friends and let public opln- 'go to the devil," an 1 have al- ly* done. "Do not furnish your stomach as acabbard for surgical instruments Fou stake your life: the surgeou ke* nothing. In going buck over ledger, embracing twenty-six sars' work In this and adjoining >untle«, 300 cases of appendicitis ive coine under my care and I ve had only one to die, and th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

UP^PPPppiwnwi \ K Joe W. Barnes w -w -w Will C. Gerrish 'QUALITY CORNER' Dear Friend: Oct. 19, 1907. $ / /Jacobs reminder. iporbeHT" C r i «•>. • 0*u* N AhinMi|€* , Cftf* I don* t see how thory make macaroni. I don't see how they get the hole in it. The doctor says this is a good thing because it wont lump in. your stomach. And my, how good macaroni is with a little cheese tiprinkled over it, and they are so cheap and nice, fr-esh cheese are cheap too. Your fr,iend, Jacob. % P. S. 'You can always get fresh macaroni and cheese at Phones 94 and 525. BARNES & GERRISH Groceries and Produce McKinney, Texas j\ \ Skit • * <>ckxx><xx><xxxx><x><x><x><xxxx><x>o<xkx><x><x><x><x><x><x><x><x>o<>o<>o<x>^ 1 - .III I , ' ... ❖ t ♦ i ♦ «• 4* * % * i * ❖ * <• f * •fr I * i STOVES AT LOWEST PRICES We cfiii sell you almost any kiuti of a Stovo lliat you want, an<l save...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

THE WBBKLT DBMOCRAT-O AZBTTB, THI R8DAY. OCTOBER 24, 1907 You Should Trade At J. A. WATERS' SHOE STORE THE HOME OF EASY FEET." Because, vou tret what von want and no substitute. Because, its new and the best, you know is found here. Hecause, that'* our business, 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 mallest, our goods reliable. DUNLAP. For men's strictly dress wear, only $ft.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. This 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, no house can compare. Has your feet been placed in a pair. If so, you know the rest. MEN'S BOOTEES. Best Line, $3 50 to $8 00 Just the ■ ■ thing for rough and vinter wear. The Home For ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

r- 'A ■ NSf 'DR.* T v ywt© ~ CREAM mm mm A Cream of Tartar Powder Hade trom drapes MO ALUM little Webb MiBS and Sun- HKAXCHWATKK UOKH SO.MK Collin County Hursc Wins Hhreveport Fair. at tin* The pacing horse, Branch water, which A. K. Buck Hold the past spring to W. O. Foot*- of Dallas for $500, has won the $">"0 pacing race at the Louisiana State fair at Shreveport, winning a record of 2 15 1-4. This makes the fourth horse sold, owned or trained In Mc- Kinney having a record of 2 15 1-1. DAYS OF DIZZINESS. Come to Hundreds People. of McKiimey There are days of dizziness; Spells of headache, sldeache, back- ache; Sometimes rheumatic pains; Often urinary disorders. All tell you plainly the kidneys are sick. Detail's Kidney Pills cure all kid- ney ills. Here is proof in McKinney. Mrs. Mary Faires, of 04 South Chestnut street, McKinney, Texas, says: "For thirty-two years 1 was an almost constant sufferer from headache and backache. 1 tried nearly every medicine known and consulted do...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

T • V: ,j. i . . M THE WEEKLY DEMOCllAT-OAZETTl. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1907. mm p The Race' for the Chew and the Chew for the Race! Don't waste any time trying to get a better chew. There is none ! For over forty'years competitors have been hustling to equal "Star" quality—to equal "Star" sales—to equal "Star" value—and still "Star" sells as much as any other five brands put together. ST A R PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO 1 is made only of choicest ripe, sweet, elastic leal which chews waxy and v*vj . . .. . wcy rich until every bit of ; j v/h jiwornc juice is chewed out of it. A 10c. piece ot "Star" lasls twice as long as bigger pieces ol cheaper kinds—which makes " Star" the most economical chew in the long run No satisfaction lik 'Star" chew! /jO,(XX),ooo 10c. pteces s.ud annually, In ASS Stoves aotaq inuity paper f not ere i font i ami e ,i U kbSCIlt ppen Mice's ay o .( an- v Muse said ist A lheini J, *«W%d 07. pay , x and ,rai 07 0 pel Rog th «'ii till! >reon d tb< cKin- er A Co] O...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 24 October 1907

We have the greatest collection of Fall and Winter wearables ever brought to Collin county by any one store, i ? f Clothing Menu and bovs. Our line of Clothing is not only of a high grade and fashion- able one, but it is EXTENSIVE. Y ohave 8 wider range and larger stock to select from here than 'else- where. Everything that can be desired in style, quality, make and fit, and in price is very moderate. Men's 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. C0RS?:* 50c to $5.00 CADET HOSE—limyitoes, heels and knees. Best in world 25c FANCY HOSIERY—all colors. Millinery Ladies don't buy elsewhere until you have first tried here, because we not only have the best that is becoming to you, but the price is likewise attract- ive Beautiful Hats from $1.00 to $10.00 Dress Goods Dept. Here is where we lead over all competition. Select your fall aud winter dresses fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

TV-KOritTH YEAR, NO. : *. .ucKIWKY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAN, THI IWDAY, OCTOBER :ll, HH 7. H1TI HEAT IN DEATH OF MRS. BAILEY MATTER NELLIE MOORE )allos. Oct. 28.- Senator Bailey made public his letter to Attor- Oeneral Davidson la which the ter called on him lo produce proof it the Standard Oil Company was eratlug In Texas. The senator says that he has no •sol a 1 proof to furnish that the trust does business in this state, that it is simply u matter or ut record. Mr. Balle,\ then re- to proceedings thirteen months In Missouri. luvolviug the Wn- I-Pierce Oil Company, In which it said that company bought oil in *s, meaning the Corsicana Roftn- k'ompany of Corsicana. an : !! • ; iranch of the Standard OH Com- Again M'*. Bailey recall- tin J ieral salt in New York, seeking to ^ ak up tbe Standard, in which ii <4 s agi in declared tin- Corsicjma ^ np&ny of Texas was controlled by X tndard money. ^ rite let km* scores Attorney Gcnen'l ♦*< vidson and many terms ring with casm. Bail...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

* —— THE "Hurry up that STAR M lvJ.« niiH t'kcs to >;•« without a plug f * <t .r" in his pockc There's a gen- re ■< treat in every b.te—a wholesome si<i hiciion that has m&de "Star ' the }/,' dard fihew. //] CTA D i Mm #*LUG CHEWING TOBACCO v ..j viewing is the most econc "i.al form in v ,'iv Aobai-ro js used, so "5tarfJ is inc ost econom- ; a" chewinp Though the best thr : I*et affr as "Star *3 Cr.2 cheap- >ecausc -v is made in full 16 oz I of cho::e, sweet, best-bodier- ' :af. it m?K .3 a elastic anc lasting chew dan the ' ims/, tender, light-bodied t' at "chew up" so quickly. Increasing!) . on'.lar'" "> ty jcara and to-day the „•••-. .2 chev, 150,000,0^1 jo-, p,.,c- soli muaily In AI8 Stores SI, 1907 BUSINESS MEN ORGANIZE SINGER OF ItARE ABILITY. Miss Cnrolyi) Keller Wins Her Mc- Klnney Hearers. Miss Carolyn Keller, who sang the bridal song at tie Clifton- Speight wedding here Wednes- day afternocn is a young singer of rare ability. She touched her lis- tene...

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