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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER *1, l V7 ! BARGAINS IN PIANOS ! AT HORSE SHOW ■ Cullough county, after a few da\V I \Tslt to his sister, Mrs. Boh Hankie, j In .M< Klnuey. and father, H. F. Wll- nieth, the truck grower north of I town. Girlhood to Womanhood Mr. i nil Mm. Kit Horn. M 1). | Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. o I V8. W 11 n«, i left I rd, j f?ht left J er: Ml ! rls: ; VVI-S KlfJ itlf. \1L ore :mi- ut« and tent nit U } Siuce a piano as a rule costs more than . ny other V single pieot of furniture that goey iiu the home, V aDd since a vast mnjoritv ol 'he people who buy '"once for all," th« purchase of one ought to be ♦$ given serious consideration and the mak«i selected «V with the utmost cat tion. Some people tn«jce their seUctions on the A strength of the salesman's representations, o r A tha opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to*A ''Pass" upon the merits of the instrument, whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

s* 212$ ami '-JL s ■ WALTER B. WILSON Editor*. Publishers and Proprietors. atuteied us second-clans mail matter. To flVbtertlMn: —The due printed opposite four u*ii on tb« margin of tho p«p«r or uo ii . Wrapper indicate* thf um« to wmch your &ub- vjrli' Jon 1 paid. AU tubsorlptlona * *;:ir i on o 4«t of tna month. Any ub ortb«r nc: re- tiring tho piper rtijjuUrly will plansa notify ut *"• do not tend ronoipu tor money paid on riMMOltytloo*. tml or idlt mo« on Mllp r'.UobAd « i? or, it pre lit la uut uuovb ou illp in tan 4tr< Iron d te ot reasltunoe, notify t«^ office. nutitcri|i(lun Rates Our copy one yt r.r fi.00 The hen, the cow, the hog; borne makeis and home an vers. Vote for no candidate for any of- fice next year unless he J8 in lavoi of the split-log drug. Cotton Ik going down daily. It will coutlnue to go down until It ' gets out of the bunds of tho fann- ers, then it will go up. We extend sympathy to our friend. J. W. Williams of the Bios- worn Bet . in the death of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

i, —1 THE WBIKLT DBMOCRAT-GAZBTTB, THl'RSDAJL OCTOBER 31. 1907. 2 a |iel' tl Til ccj y A in a I I'olt Ilie }rth I'rid i lof c 1 lllli orl lot' i 1 . r.' len Ml na «■.<' fou| plei y ALL OVER THE COUNTY Bright and Niwtr Letter* From Th« DimNril-Ouilli'i Corps ol Corrupon4«nti. DUMP. This place was visltod l a big rain Friday, accompanied by ball. Mrs. CJunn and her sinter, Miss Elsie Campbell, of Engleman. spent last Thursday with Mrs. Mary Par- son. Mrs. Maggie Breiinan and children returned home last Saturday from Kaufman county, after a several weeks' visit to relatives. Messrs. I'arsou and Burkhalter are visiting In East Texas Messrs. John Gallagher and G. M. White are on the sick list this week. Mr. W. T. (.'orbitt and daughter, Miss Clara, spent a few days lust week in Dallas. They attended the fair while there. Messrs. Will McCormic. Bolivar Marchant and Gabe Biggs attended the Dallas fair last Saturday. Mr. Charlie llousewrlght ami wife spent Sunday night, with Mr. W. T. Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

■SIR' MW I THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1907. 9 « T1 11 1 I I 111 1 1 | I I I I 1 I 1 in M 1111 I 1 1'1 n 1 I 1 l-M-Ht-M'l 1 1 I 1 1 1 nil 1 in 1 I ll-H-HH-HH-I-l I 1 1 1 11 I 1 1 HHIIM | M < 11 |-1 1 11111111111 r 1 1 !■ ■!' 1 II t ) .. < \ > • • fv NEW FALL CLOTHING Our entire stock of Clothing has arrived and we are ready to show the erading public one of the most complete stocks we have ever handled. Not only is our stock double in quantity what it has ever been be- fore, but was selected with the sole purpose to please our many customers. We handle larger quantities from such celebrated lines as Sterling, Brandegee & Kincaide, and Cohen Ended We are also prepared to fit not only regulars but leans and stouts as well. Lots of Suits in the popular shades of brown. Mens' Suits $5.00 to $30.00 Some Odds and Ends In Men's Suits. About 10 mens $10.00 Suits to close out at *..... 85 OO About 40 mens 12.Oo Suits to close out at 6 25 About 18 mens 15.0...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

81, IMT. ooooo OOOOOO ooooo ■ Joe W. •QUALITY CORNER.' Will C. Gerrish Oct. 20, 190^ Dear Friend: (0OVOU need flour ? 14NH U., All flour is made out of wheat, but some wheat is better than others; therefore some flour is better than other kinds. When you get'real good flour it raises nicely and makes good bread. I Love good bread. We have good bread at our house. We make it out of either Dun- woodysBest, Omega and White Billows flour. S m Your friend, Jacob. P. S. The best flour there is in this town is those brands. It costs very little a sack, and we get it from v BARNES & GERRISH Groceries and Produce Phones 94 and 52ir. - - - McKinney, Texas oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOO *9 •fi* *2* *5* 4* •5*6I 'i* v v ❖ v ❖ 4* v ❖ *5* <♦ *5* ♦ A * A * .> •> I NEWSDEALERS! We have papers here that you've heard about but perhaps never seen. Come in and get posted on all that's new on reading matter. | Rhea & Scott | Book and Jewelry .Store McKinney, Texas. ♦♦♦'*<...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

THIS WRtfKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTB. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 81. 1 07. lie McKinney, KJAU Q W O SATURDAY, HU V. CI ADAM FOREPAUGH SELLS BROS. BIGGEST SHOW ON EARTH rat MUT f IRC SNOW It civtn mm- iwrtif mthout mv utm cnmm. h w wf mm cmcm mm iwmm ' tint Of tm 4- W MM UUt HM.^ snmt «m to u hen h iacn « •- mumat m ran must mow on um. mom moulo t*ll to wit.. mm tm utounoim smuts. tm mumousmscmstiomtomwa , srt-scmk(s, ttmlfic uno TCMI- ! hi sctms v ink's iuni0us mocmr, cmnonam s 01 cxnooiNt N cmwstuus, swim and stimn-) mus snows 01 skctacuu* snin- 1 ton. honstm outmuhiw 01 tm ' iums' ram twits. TNt unu i ims A no r'15 MODERN iwlistno ASA ins f tm ctMi umni KvoutiM ano oiami-' KM. OfVASTATIM TtlHC«-0 -Ttl«*l, TM J MMANT, IMTtTVIM TNt HA00IM0 CRUSH- / IRt, CMSUMNt, CAAirO. ANO AU-MN9UC0-/ IM Of WOllt■ 01 CtT.ES AM MMOtMLtM/ UVISNCR or SUN'S AM NATIMt'S WOMSfTli IIMIIIMI rMI! THE IMOSNIT Of aim l rtATUMi m amies or J TM CUNT ot tmh ail Ta death- mocking marvel and weak woman's wonderful; show of nerve ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

| 1 m m WEDDING "Now the rite Ik duly doae. Now the word Id spoken, And the spell has made iik one, Whltb may ne'er be broken." "Fair or foul—on land or eea, Come the wind or weather, Best and worse, whate'er they he 'We shall share together." The home of Judge and Mrs. I„. C. Clifton presented a scene of Joy and beuuty Wednesday at 6:30, when a large number or guests assembled to wituess the marriage of their fair daughter. Irma to Mr. .lea- se Speight of Dallas. The parlors decorated with graceful festoons of smilax entwined with white chrys- anthemums, are a lit dwelling place, for cupid. Promptly at the appointed hour. Miss Morris of Fort Worth, aunt of the bride, took her place at the pi- ano as accompanist to Miss Carolyn Kellei of Fort Worth, who In the most touching manner sang "All for You." Hearts were touched, and tender memories were stirred In many hearts. While the last notes were still lingering In our hearts, the sweet strains of the wedding match front Wagner's Lohe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

, V.- '", ' '' 3p|#K >V ,j THE WKEKLY DEMOCRAT-G AZBTTK, THyRSDA Y. OCTOBER 31. 1 «7. D? PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER A PURE,healthful, grape cream of tartar powder, the only kind that can be used with- out impairing the healthfulncss of the food. Makes the biscuit, cake and pastry more digestible % and wholesome. Absolutely free from alum and phosphate of lime. Chemical analyses show the low priccd powders made of *!uin to contain large quantities of sulphuric acid, and that a portion of the alum from ohun baking pow- ders remains unhanged in the food! You cannot afford to take alum and sulphuric acids into your stomach. STUDY THE LABEL ith est the ich 5- llo- ij' at- r-,. Hi ■« 1 [>m I SATURDAY. W. H. Chambers of WlnnlngcofT rent to Dallas this morning to see He fair. Mrs. Betti<> McCreary of Spokane. Vash., is visiting her sister, Mrs. leil T. KRtes in this city. (J. P. Townsend and R. O. Comer f the Fitzhugh Mills eomnmnlty. r« tuklng in the Dallas fair today. Jim Mal...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 31 October 1907

$ ■— '- ... *wciBi ■ ■v ^ ^ ■ZSLJ^SSSJL^!^^RAT^AZgTTK :'■"' 'J . THURSDAY. OCTOBER SI, 1907. -,' V5-T v ySB JPT?- ^ .' ■ ————■ t [ HO, ■ 6 : ' -.. < ■ f I . STORE MAKING THE FAIR SALE i:ach (WON IIATTS Oil Ql'ILT CHIT ro\ WILL ItK SOU) AT EACH Sale Starts Monday, Nov. 4> Lasting Until Nov. 16 In order to reduce our stock for quick selling fo we can make room for another big stock, bought by our buyer from wholesale people who are very anxious to sell at a big discount since the money panic in New York. We want to sell $5,000 five thousand dollars in the next 12 selling days and the only way we can reduce our stock is to cut tne prices for quc'< selling. Read some of the powerful low prices and come to tlHs salq. 75c Blankets at 49c Big lot soft cotton Blankets will be sold during the sale ut 49c Cotton is Worth 15c Every lock of cotton I h«. far- mers have Ik worth 15c ur.«l they ought to he getting It.. Wish we could force them to pay you 2tic lor every pound. 75c Ladies S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1907

V* 4 c'.tW-,v % PV-rtHTllTH YEAR, NO. ! . McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TKXA8, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, I9UT. AID FARMERS CIRCUS DAY TO HOLD COTTON IN M'KINNEY John ,H. Ferguson, vice provident ■the local organization of the luthern Cotton Association, Is In slpt of a letter from the I'nion ton Warehouse System, Houston, from which the following excerpts ire taken: 'To Warehouse Companies und lembership of Formers I'niou, reetlngs: 'Owing to the stringency Jn the Joney market, preventing the hand- ig, to any advantage, intorlor ware- )use receipts, we have concluded to >me to the farmers' rescue in their Rattle for the minimum price and no cotton shipments consigned to at Houston, Tfftus. Our charges Ifre only one dollar per bale for the I rat month and twenty cents pet- pale for each subsequent month, yhieh Includes all charges, except- Interest on the money advanced, ime being only six per cent per nn- im for the actual time the money is |sed. 'In shipping you will deliver Cot- n to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1907

Jrt' ' ir ' THE WEEKLY DKMOCRA1 v dj j ) 7v< :(«vi n ■ m xx Fifty Years thi Standard ■DR' ^ CREAM HIKING vmm 1 Cream ef Tartar Pewder - iede frem Grapes NO ALUM IN THE COl'RTS. (•i-uud Juror Hrrvc* on IVlIt Jury— Prisoner Ill-ought Here. The jury In the case of Ihe State vs. Leslie McMennamy, charged with violation of the local option law, tried in county court, returned a verdict of Kuilty, but a new trial was granted for the reason that It developed after the trial that a member of the grand Jury which had returned the bill of indictment had served on the petit Jury which ren- dered Ihe verdict. •> •> •> ill-ought Here. \ M. Jackson who was arrested by Constable Ricks of Nevada on a charge of Helling diseased meat, was brought here yeaterday. The town of Thornton ! gave ihe nntia thlrty-thsee majority ] and Big Hill, which went anti by four votej in the county election, nave the anils a majority of eigh- teen in this election. There ia ouly j one small bo*. Locust Grov...

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

e irrlK lyou tort. lift 111 Ion W tH <tocl tunc llii ■ Ide: t THE WEEKLY DElfOCRAT-C AZETTl. THFRSDAY. NOV KM HER 7. 1907. Continental Bank & Trust Co. McKinney, Texas THE BANK WHERE YOU SHOULD BANK There lyever has been a time when peopl« are inquiring «ilOHtr Into I lie methods of Huaneial institutions. This is trim especially of hanks. Is tb*> management conservative? Are loans made for speculgtlvo purposes.o^ overdrafts encouraged? Are tlie officer* bonded. and are they borrowers of the bank they manage? Are loans made for the benefit of the few, or are all patrons treated with equal Justice and extended the same uburtejil?*? Are the people whri control the polity of the men of unquestioned financial and moral stand- ing'.' These are questions that asked a:ul ■ ' ouid be a.-.l.<d. WE A NSW Hit. • All our officers nre bonded. No officer or employee can be a bor .wcr. Officers selected for their experience and merit. Uniform courtesy to all pan aw. No discrlmiVmtion t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1907

TOM W. PKKKIN8 WALTKU II. W1L80N Publishers and Proprletora TEACHERS MEET R. B. Beasley, W* . „ Pender- graas, A. M Wolford, Miss w#nu, Davlo. MIm Alva Mayes, Mr*. M a Chlldere, Mtas Anna Kobftooit, «al- u Bluwa, MIhm VIIoh lljck^ * I km; ttatered a* second-class mall matter. ■ 1 . - . .J11- . ii fo dabacrtbent: ~Th« d*lo printed oppotlt* • an the margin of the puper or on the to* IM t'tnc to waich your nub- Alt tubacripUoiui «xplr.i ou moutb. Any wui<i v'iu«r net r - th« paper roguUrty will pUgat notify u > W* 40 not MDd raoolpt* (or money paid on «*Martpttoa«, but oi odtt aaaie ou itp vu^htc «« MP«r, if credit la not abowa an vllp In ten tar*from date of remittance, notify thia offioe. Subscription Itutcs Om copy one yrar *1.00 Yes, Collin county black mud still stick*. I*nt this delightful weather- for the split-log drag? McKlnney Is enterliiK upon the most prosperous era of its history. This is based on actual fucts. The Houston I'ost Sunday was Just 100 pages; that's all....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1907

9':Vv, WEEKLY OEMOCRAT-OAZETTE. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1807. Let the reliable Feather your nest. We sell our Goods on the Level. • We are striving for no greater reward than the confidence of the people which we hope to keep well guarded |>y our lioti- e8. method of business dealing**. It Im exceedingly gratifying to know thai we are dally adding new customers Jo our al- ready long list of patron*. We will permit no mlsrepresenta- tlon and garantee satisfaction lo all or your money back on demand. Call on us at any time and we will continue you tluit our value giving stand* without any competition. H. J. HESS Ladies and Gents Furnishings. E.Louisa. St. Westj. P. Dowell's, McKinney, Texas. - oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. Tl'EKbAY. Prof. Jackson of Farmersvlile In attending the county institute. Attorney I). P. Johnson Is in the city attending court, from Farmers- ville. Dr. T. Q. Hates of Anna was in the city yesterday. He In one of the county'* beat physicians. Cupt. T M. Scott ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1907

" ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Brl|M and Ntwiy Lctt«r From Th« D«mccr«t-Q*z«tt«* Corp* «f jipttUI C rr«pontf«nti. l fsiJZLfi i CSM3M& -W% ."j* •x.'^ wyhjX29m3M£- 'irwip ^Se ifwwww at Oh I Ian Mr. Mom* Burner had the misfor- tune to lose a flue cow i( few days ago. Coale's dvpel, Nov. 4. lll'Ml*. wool) LAWN. S. A. Lltllejohn of Shcriii.iii s| eiii Saturday and Sunday with home- folks here returning home this morn- ing. Miss Elva Boone spent Saturday night with AHss Will ye Mct'allum of Wllme'l Vsadmues (Mark and Alexander of Dontui werp recenT visitors In this ooninuiuit y. Miss Mary Bull attended services nt Me I latut Sunday. / T. V. Llttlejolm spent Sunday nij-'hi her«* with hornefolks. Mr*. Nella odle is viHitlnR in Mc- Klnney. .Vir. Harnett and 1 uully lia\e mov- ed i > Mi Kinney where Mr. Harnett lias charge of a restaurant. Miss Renn Culwell of Weston will ope;;' her hi hool at Woodlawn next Monday, Nov. 11. She will board at. the home of .1. p. Robinson and Wife. Mr. Pair Ferg...

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

J,,-: . >" ■ t THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, thursday. november 7. 1907. K N I G T S Tremendous November Cut Price Sale Owinir to the continued warm weather and backward conditions we find we are $10,000 overstocked. I hese goods will be moved out the "Knight" way—By cutting prices wherever possible and turning them into money at once. Notwithstanding the heavy advances in cotton goods we will place many lines of new and seasonable goods on sale at prices that looked good when cotton was selling at half the present price. Such prices certainly do look extra good now. K N I O H T S t ? T kih Special Gut Prices on Newest Style Skirts • / 10 Doz. Skirts assorted plain and fancy mixtures. $2.DO values cut price each only 81.95 Dozen Hrctty Skirts, solid col- ors and fancy mixtures 83.50 .) do/, ladies skirts nicely made pret- ty serges, pana- in as and fancy mixtures. $(> val- ues cut price each only 4-95 New Suitings and Wool Dress Goods Priced Very Low. See Them. Just the right w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1907

II ARE BURNED Ed McGhee's residence four miles west of Piano, wan destroyed by Are about 7:30 Sunday night. Nothing wan saved. No insurance on build- ing or contents. laws estimated at $3,000. Cottage Hill Fire. Cottage Hill. Nov. 4.— (Special!-— Lust Friday evening between 7 and 8 o'clock Mr. J. Klrkland's house caught fire und burned to the ground. Frank Perkins was the first to get there. All he could save was a table scarf or two, one sheet, four pillows, one window shade, one enlarged picture, organ stool, album and two chairs. By hard work the people saved the smokehouse. Mr. Kirklund &nd family were not at home. The Insurance was $350 or $375 on the house; $210 on (lie household goods. WEDNESDAY. Claude Gallagher, one of Wylle's most promising young business men, Jo in the county capital to-lay. B, F. Hardin of route 1. Weston, renews his subscription for the Dein- oerat-Gazelte for another year. Thanks. Prof. H. M. Peak of Farmersville. one of the best educators In the c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 7 November 1907

. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, fHUR UR8DAY. NOVEMBER 7. l 07. I ' 1 I v THE FAIR STORE ROOM MAKING SALE EACH (X)TTOK B.VTTS OR Ql'ILT C OT- TON WILL I1K HOLD AT EACH A Few of the Good Things offered in our Dress Goods Department This Sale. 5\-lnch Repelents In brown, black anil (trey, worth tbis season 75c— room milking sale flOC Me lot Mohair, most any color, good 65c values, you can lay Ibis sale 45c 36c kind IMalds and novelty salt lug will be sold during ihis great sale at 24c See our white Wash Silk 1 lint sell at 1Q- 35c, on mile as long as It last at only It/C 90c Broadcloths, most any color. will be sold during tills great sale 70c Sale Starts Monday, Nov. 4, Lasting Until Nov. 16 The Great Room Making Sale will be continued until November, 16. Hundreds of bargains are being added to our immense stock and the prices are being cut so every body can buy at very low prices. We are a little over stocked and must make room. We need the money and the room and our prices are almost...

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

- ■ . * ' „u _ m3BS$i ■ Ic, "Huny wiitira M km w!!J wait until they can - *r * v.ar' rather than chew less tas: v p!u^s. Hut they < n t like to be Without their "Star" chew any longer th. n necessary. No chew is so rich, waxy and sweet—no plug so gsneiously satisfying—no tobacco so economical and wholesome as STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO Notre hut the choicest leaf ever gets under a "Star" tag—never iia:; and never will. The quality that has made "Star" famousls still, as always, the best obtainable. Only the richest, ripest, sweetest leat is good enough for "Star"—that's why it is so sweet, so whole- some, so juicy, so elastic and tasting, so econom- ical. "Star" lasts twice as long as "cheap" chews. H0,00n,oc-o :oc. f:<nrs En Ail Stores Hob Crockett and so^ ar« here to- day frnuJ Prunper. He i* OHt. uf the county'# bent men. Charlie Welln Is in the city today from Prosper. He ia a pushing, pvogreulye fanner. Former Sheriff Bill Coffey h In ihe city today. Hh has rented out his ...

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