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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

M JTH^J^EEKl/|r^)EMOCF^AT-|^AEKT^ V. NOVKMBFR ?l. tl 07 i %< i tiimif(Ymrii vifftM ««*««*•« • ****•*******««# : : * % : We Are Thankful £ p# *• fi 4 «• * <# •• <• <* M 19 'f : * w thut we can < IT« r the buying Iiiibile of McKlnney and Collin county tin* most up-to-date HtOt.'li Of. Ladies, Children and Men's Fine Shoes Rev. Abe Knloe Wednesday evening and were uulted In marriage. Mm. .lohn Darling has hern visit- ing at the home of Mr. Newt Hur- ling preparing tu leave for Oklaho- ma Coale's Cbapcl, Nov. 18. \ ((d'Him OBJECTS OF COM- MERCIAL CLUB I BEYOND A DOUBT!I It ai of •nils Every pleasur You will thank when you really i> to offer us for so soc what w< them before, for Thanksgiving, inviting you to come and met have in store for you. us r J. A. Waters The Easy Foot Filter •y. i <5.^* \ WEDNKUDAV. So tIk *><* long 50-hich Ladle* 4'louks lot- *.T. #/..*, . #«..- « and *10 at Matthews. Tliey are very cheap. • U. B. King o! Melisau was In lovvn today,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

mrnmaamm \ groom c rrsu ■| The hoe oft" proclaims the m n;S UTILE'S the w«ll- usl man. + ' SUTTLEl shoes were built liko some other* you nee, they jouldn't KKK1' their shape to the end, witlier, SUTTLE'S i I ho oldest eiclu- ttive shoe turt in (Jollin County. Ho has a reputation to preserve—a pride of name to maintain—liis word to make good, Weigh these thoughts when you think of buying your' next pair of tho^fl. SUTTLE BRICK NcKlNNEY, TEXAS SOTTLE SHOE STORE J Big Clearance Sale on «— Wall Paper and Picture Frames 1 opened outlay morning scholars enrolled. Mr. Wade Jay moved here from at with Vlney (N^| h twenty-two and family have Hoiye alN we wel- come them Into our community. On account of rain and mud there were no Sunday school and Hinging Sunday but all remember to coiue Intck next Sunday evening at 2: :tu o'clock. Mi'iiri. Homer and Joe Strode were in McKiuney Saturday. "Grandma" Hoiuar it mill at Hill Oomar'a. She was 87 years old Monday the ifcth. and is ntill able to go t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

■ ,'k Ki*. 4SF; 'M i <* ,< P'flP . ♦ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1907. - - ■ Bpf i YOUR LAST CHANCE! OUR Closing-out Sale thus far has been a great success. In fact, much more so than we expected and we want to thank the people of McKinney and Collin County for such liberal patronage and also that in our opinion it speaks well for their intelligence and ability as judges of good and cheap, merchandise. While we have sold stacks of goods we find by going through our stocks that we have to do lots of selling yet to reach our original aim that is to get out by January 1st, 1908. We have plenty of good, clean and seasonable merchandise yet to offer you and at lower prices than has ever yet been mentioned. You will see by comparison that we have made some deep cuts on the low prices made at the beginning of this Closing-out sale. Low prices is the only way I know to make them move and they Must move for I am fully determined to go out of the Dry Goods bus- i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

W-, - flfei = Us. ■} 1' wfrP- \ m- -jfe * ®p ITi?:' Continental Bank & Trust McKinnpy, Texas THE BANK WHERE YOU SHOULD BANK There never has been a time when people are inquiring closer into the method* of financial institutions. This la true es; eclally of hanks. Is the management conservative? Are loans made for speculative purposes,or overdrafts eucouraged? Are the officers bonded, and are tliey borrowers of the bank they iiiannw! Are loans made for the benefit of the few, or are all patrons treated with equal justice and extended the same tourtes'.es? . Are the people who control the policy of the bank, men of unquwioned financial and moral Bland- . log? The e are questions that are asked and should be asked. WE AK8WHR. All our officers Rre bonded. No officer or employe* can be a borrower. Officers selected for their experience and merit. rnlforra courtesy to all patrons. No discrimination to borrowers. Overdrafts not allowed. No loans made for speculative purposes. Open an a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

w-J TH1 WEEKLY DKMOCRAT-O AZETTB. THURSDAY NOVUM RRH 8t ,«f,7 IA igh Schools for Pupils in Rural Schools | Address of Prof. C. W. West of Frisco at Collin County Teach.rs Institute; Pub- * Ilshed by Request of Institufg 'lien I was told by our County MLAj •rlnteudeiit It wan an Imperative land, that I an a member of the W- •T- body of Collin county must >ond at thin Institute on practi- y mend any subject which I ht choose, 1 took the one oppo- w wine on the program, not ruse It wan one which would me a chance to parade before any small stock of learulni; ch I might have at my disposal, because It la u subject whlrh I e given considerable attention Ing the past six years. la the purpose of this yapctr to forth a practical plan by which hlKh school can be maintained ural communities and small vil- has 4 een said that the free ol system is a ladder from the er to the university, has come to realization in most of our rican States. The free school's mph over the fee school Ik nil ua...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 21 November 1907

mmmmammmmmmmsm THE WB8KLY DM] ■ 10c Shetland , Floss 7'1-2 Shetland Floss most any color all go in this great ■■■! PANIC SALK at y dli.Y 7 c 7 1 2c crash toweling 4 12c Blue and red check Crash Toweling worth PANIC PRICE 71c 121 2cOUTINU 7 l-2c 7 c 2' 00 yds good, heavy solid color Outing PANIC BALK Price 75c black skirts 45c Black Under 45c Big lot Ladies Black Under Skirts worth 7," c on sale at Panic Price Each *1.50 SAMPLE SHOES 95c Big lot Sample Shoes and House Slippers worth $1.50 all in one lot al Panic price Railroad Fare Paid Half Way To our out of town customers: We pay half your railroad fare with any purchase from S20 up during thi* great Panic Sale. 25c fascinators 15c sortment pretty 15c See our big assortment pretty Fascinators all in one big lot at Panic Sale each )5c suspenders 9c 3u spenders 9c Large lot Mens Slide Suspenders a good 15c value Panic Sale Price Pair 25c talc, powder 13 13c Mennens best 2.~>c Talcum Powder PANIC SALE 8450 wool- BLANK K'l'S $3,39 B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

:y 'iS-car*A ^ - 4 . J ■ '• A ' . VE.\TV M> tf ItTH YEA It, NO. 12. McKINNEY, COLLIN COCNTY, TEX AH, Till RSDAY, NOYEMHEH 2H, l®Oj. )6 BLAZE VISITS LA VON The mercantile building owned by L. Brown at La von, occupied by H. Tatum & Co., and the It. L. rown Hanking company, was de- royed by fire Saturday night nt - [•lock. E. H. Tatum & Co. sust-.in- a loss of about $18,000 <o their mantlle slock, with $8,000 Insur- >ce. H. L. Brown Banking Compa- q's loss on building and banking Itnres was about $4,nun, with ,500 insurance. The R. I,. Brown Banking Compa- had just completed a new brick ildlng and were Intending to move lo It this week. The new building not damaged. Mr. Brown, the hddent of the company, was call- up over the phone by thin paper May and In response to questions iated that the fire is thought to ive originated In a side room of le building, but thin Us exact ori- |n Ik not known. lie stated that Je contents of the bank vault wore >t damaged and that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

m f THB WEEKLY TTB. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER. 8«,1 «7. Tnumtcmrniimtnrrtiin# e To Properly Prepare The Thanksgiving Feast Every kitchen Hhould fee supplied with a Kink Enamel Roast- er. It 1b made ef three coats of Imperial grey Enamel, and will last for years; and is the only up-to- date Roaster on (he market, It will save one half the labor in cooking, and 20 per cent in the weight of meat over any other roaster made. We nre also headquarter* for Carving Sets, I'liiverNul Pood Choppers, I'niverNMl llh'iul Mttkcrii, I nivii'Mil Cake .Makers, Your Inspection invited. J. P. DOWELL Hardware and Furniture - t jj * Phone 43, - McKinney, Texas. 2 •/ •lllltlf t99991 f * f f * if 99 99999 99999999999 99999999991•) TO WELL-GROOMED MEN. The shoe oft' proclaims the ma*; SUTTLE'S-the well- groomed man. If SUTTLE'S xl'oos were built like some others you see, they wouldn't KKKJ' their shape to the end, either. SUTTLE'S i« the oldest exclu- sive shoe store in Collin County. He lias a reputation to pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

■I THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 28.JM7. BARGAINS IN PIANOS Of Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. Since a piano as a rule costs more than any other single piecif of furniture that goes int the home, and since a vast majority ot 'he people who buy "once for all," the purchase of one ought to he given serious consideration and the make selected with the utmost caption. Some people unice their selections on the strength of the salesman's representations, o r tbe opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to "Pur upon the merits of the instrument, which, in many cases, lias not even received the indorse- ment of obscure musicians, much less one of note; but when a Kimball, or an Efltey, 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, whose names and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

i'< i* Standard VIMMI w CREAM BAKING POWDIR 1 Orom «f Tartar Pawdar Mada from Orapaa NO ALUM The Democrat-Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Tom W. IVrkiiiN, Waller II. WIIshii, Kdllors, l*iiblishers and Proprietors. Entered an second-class mall matter. To ub«eriben —The <latc printed oppoitlbs your n*nn- on the margin of the paper or on th > wrapper tndlOAtcR the tlmn to wnioh your nub- wriptlon Ik paid All *ub«crlpiionn expire on the first ot the month. Any •utwrtbar not receiving tha paper regularly will ploaae notify ua. We do not eend receipts for money paid on aubacrlnttontt, but credit tame on alip attached to paper, ir credit In tiot shown on slip in ten day* from date of remittance, notify this office, One fo| y Oho Year $I.<N) WILLIAM .1 KXXIN'GS UK VAN. Mr*. Mary CI Misses Tassle and day for Paradise, Wlte count?, to Join her sons, Graves and Claud who left Saturday for that place. They will make that place fcbeir future home. They are old settlers and we regr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

*• • s 7;'5'1Fi 4 THK WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTK. THCKSDAY, NOVEMBER. *8,1907. TODAY IS THANKSGIVING. M of m- *t, W ou 3. *tie he iiy >n. tiy ett OS (id an ng !\is >ty of lie n y >n- 4* ds ke tr- T l' m, •b. Today is Thanksgiving. As a people, as a nation, as a stats, county and city, we have much to be thankful for. We are at peace With all nations, SkVe Carrie; and we hope lo be with her real soon. The Great Ruler of the universe lias been good, kind and generous to us all; and ought we not lo be thankful? We are at peace with all nations, pea e in our great Republic, and most of us at peace with our wives; and hope to be at peace and live in peace with our mothers-in-law in the future. Then ought we not to be thankful? We have many of the trusts on the run; the republican party has only one Teddy, the goose is large, fat and sassy; and ought we not to be thankful? William Jennings Bryan has stat- ed that he will accept the democrat- ic nomination next year, the common peopl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

■ ? . : •r * v®* iY, NOl J8.1 0T. ' wk w Joe IV. Barnes QUALITY CORNER' Will C. Oerrish r /w^l Canned , i peaches dessert? Jcvcob. Date, Nov. 28, 1907 Dear Friend: I don't think there is any- thing nicer for dessert at sup- per than two nice big slices of canned peaches. The juice is good too, vMama has canned peaches or canned something for dessert very often, because it isn't any trouble. I Your friedn, Jacob. P. S. You can get a whole big can of peaches or any kind of fruit for a few cents at Kev„ Pierce of Westminster preached here Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and rained |i U for ihe build- ing; of the Westminister college, Rfev. Cook pie/ichetl at night. Mrs. VV T. McCaaUleg* has teen suffering from neuralKla. F M. (Sriftlu 1h erecting a nice dwelling. Mr. Will Oneal Ih on the *>ick Hi Lam Thursday, OplH, the little son of Mr. Sam McCaOuleos, happen- ed to a very painful accident while playing hall with Home other boys. In running.to get the Imll he ran In Li gome harh wire ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

* 4 *•' X ¥: wmrww" THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 28,1907. 1 ♦ 1 i BIG 20 DAYS SPECIAL As the season advances we see we are going to have too many goods January 1st, unless we cut the prices deep. That's what we are going to do. We are going to give you special prices in every department in the house. Come and let us convince you. . Notions and Dress Goods The main thinjr in this department is to keep NEW STUFF. We pet by express almost every week, New Bags. Collars, Tien, Corahs, etc. All 1 50 ' quality Wool Drews Goods at 1 23 All ] 26 quality Wool Dress Goods 99'* All 1 00 quality Wool Dress Goods 89° All 85c quality Wool Dress Goods ... 69c All 75c quality Wool Ihrpss Goods 63c 10 00, 12 50 and 14 00 Wool Dress Patterns, all go at 6 95 7 00 and 7 50 Wool Dress Patterns at Q 95 Silk Specials 11 3 50 Silk Waist Patterns 14 4 50 and 5 00 Silk Waist Patterns i 25 yard wide black Taffata 2 95 3 95 95c Staples. There has been a big advance on the price of all heavy ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

Siffifw - THURSDAY, A Wh Hess Sells It For Less 'TIS TRUE That any nuin cui buy a good woolen top* uhlrt uioat anywhere for 92.50, but It* not no ©any to buy one for #1.75 We believe our $1.75 wool top shirt* are fully a* good hh many (Korea «ell for 12.50. The Maine tan be tiaid regarding our line of men's auita and odd pants. Odd pants that many stores sell for 12.75 and ftt.OO, our price Men's huts that many stores sell for 12.50 to $3.00, our price Boys hats that many stores sell for $1. our price 50c Good Flannel Top slilris it at many stores sell for $1.25, our price *•"*<" Good heavy men's Suits that many stores sell for $9.00 and $10.00, our price a.VU.1 Buckskin Gloves with cuff, that many stores sell for $1.50, our price $I.OO A call will convince you of the genuineness of or claims. H. J. Hess, McKinney, Texas V E. La. St. One door west, of Gene Martin's barber shop ! Breath of I Old BoreasI is chilling and liable to implant the germ ef disease in you or your family ii...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

-t w THB WEBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER, 28,1907. 6 \ A Mighty Avalanche ol Match- . less Bargains. ]W. s. KNIGHTS [ We are Moving the Goods Re- gardless of Profits. GREAT OADING SALE! Sat., Nov. 23rd to Sat. December 14 Inclusive. Must Move $10,000 Worth of Winter Goods WITHOUT PROFIT. Owing to the unsettled financial conditions in the east, we lind we are ^10,000 overstocked. We will turn these goods into cash at once, in many instances without one cent of profit 011 same. In so doing our purpose is two fold. First, wn can secure valuable discounts wit1' this money from eastern wholesalers who are hard pressed. Second, we give our customers goods lower than any store in Collin county, which makes our business giow. Remember the (late. Don't forget the place. $10,000 Worth of Winter Goods Must be Sold by December 14th. Profits Cut Off. UNLOADING (Blankets At Hurry them Out Prices Our Blanket stock speaks for itsel both in completeness of assortment ami excellence of va...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

' \n .-'W '# lis DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THUI y have re' *«d to this city from Culleoks aut* Mr Todd will attend the buBlneas college during the winter. C. C. Lewis of Han Angelo, who haa been viaitiug his paronts in Me Kinney since Monday, left this af- ternoon for home. • J. N. Dale of Clear Lake was a Pleasant visitor at tbls office today and renwed for the Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette and Dalian News. Ht states that the Clear Lake school has opened with Prof. Herring in charge. EP Engineer John Penn of the Katy whose fool was recently injured in an accident and who has been in the railroad hospital at Sedalla, Mo., re- ceiving taeatnient. returned home yesterday. He still limps slightly as a result of his Injury. Alex Loviug of near Graham, Young county, left this moiling for home after spending three weeks with relatives in this vicinity, be- ing accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Hlndsley, whose husband is at present in Oklahoma. Mr. Loving resided three miles north of McKIo- ney up to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

. It ❖ t t thk weekly dbmocrat-gazkttb, thursday, novkmhkk. 38.1907. - ™>r-* m 10c Shetland Floss 7 1 -2 Shetland Flow most any color all go in this great Ml PANIC 8ALK i' , i Jiiiy uihui 7!a m 2O 7 l-2o crash TOWELING 4 1-2C Blue and red check Craeb Toweling worth PANIC PRICE 7;C 12 12c outing 7 l-2c 2000 yds good, heavy solid oolor Outing PANIC SALE Price 7 c 75c black skirts 45c Big lot Ladies • Black Under Skirts worth 75o on sale at Panic Price Each 45c $1.50 sample SHOES 95c Big lot Sample Shoes and House Slippers worth #1.50 all in one lot at Panic price Railroad Fare Paid Hall Way To our out of town customers: We pay half your railroad fare with any purchase from $20 up during this great Panic Sale. 25c fascinators 15c See our big assortment pretty Fascinators all in one big lot at Panic Sale each isortmeni preny 15c 1.5c suspenders 9c Large lot Mens Slide Suspenders a good 15c value Panic Sale Price Pair 25c talc. powder 13 Mennens best 25c Talcum Powder PANIC SALE 13c 8...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 28 November 1907

< If* •'HSS ■<>*!'• ■■•t^ k, THB WBBKLT DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THUH8DAY. NOVEMBER, M.IM7. PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMENT CARIM OF VAIUOl'S PROFES- SIONS GHOPPED FOR YOUR WNVKKIKNiK. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC Invited to < 'uIuiiiiih in Wlikb Art* Notice* of DimIoih, DciiIIiIn, Limjeit,, Notaries, Etc. f. II. Hryuttt, Dentist, Foote Mouse.' Phone 203. McKlnney. Or. J. C. N. Sniilli, Dentist. Up- stairs over Abbott's Book Store, Mc- Klnney, Texan. Or. Ionia Kate *7jriine, Osteopath. Mallow bulldlug, southwest cornet square. Phones, office 162; resi- dence 237. Or. E. L. Hurt on, specialist, eye, ear, nose and throat, McKinney, Texas. Foote House. James Lewis, Veterinary Surgeon. Prompt attention; office phone 339; North Kentucky street, McKlnney, Texas. # Or. \V. E. llucker, office In Foote House, secoud floor, northwest cor- ner. Phones, Office 40; ree.'dence 177. Or. J. E. Hunter, upstairs north- east corner of square. Phones: Of- flee, 97; residence 553. McKlnney, Texas. « m ■ «■ F. G. Hedg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

.... . : , milium "V " ." ; ■ ■ ■■ «£■■■ %* ' ...,.«.• Ms\. >msm , '. I .... •• . .; •• f^'% ' * Is ■fp; , I ill! K $tm • • • Mr. NTV-FOURTH YEAR, NO. 4.1. McKIN.NEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER A, 1007. SIXTEEN PAGES. iTAL STREET CAR ACCIDENT Fort Worth, Tex., Nov. 29. One man wan Instantly killed and at leant ten persons were painfully in- jured in a most remarkable street 1 car accident ou the Polytechnic Col- lege line, near what Ik known as Ty- ler's branch, at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Willi its cargo of twen- ty-five passengers, besldeslthe motor- man and conductor, the speeding car left, the rails at a sharp turn and rolled over and down the twenty- foot embankment. All who saw the accident admit that the car made one complete summersault and one or two witnesses were found who are positive it turned completely over twice after leaving the rails. At any rate, It stopped in a righted position at the bottom of the em- bankment, and the excited passeng- SEL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 December 1907

lyf' * .7' 1 "■ * " '-y v., THE WKBKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZBTTE. THURSDAY, DECEMBER fi, 1 07. I"'-.'" ■•i ', * , Vi *•' v1;,'".1? / . I Can ilnTi Do ■cconi|>li h«*d, in all tecwni nd under >11 con- dition*, br I'*" MarretH* Pl«w. It i a ir iu<-i u*jw that will last a lifetime. It baa bean on liw m«rki-t i««« y M , Im* Ixvn trwii and provrd, and la, b>*y«'inl «|uV ti<>u, llin mni|>ir*t, uio t perfect and moat iK>|MiUr ridiuic i<luw ol ita claaa mow iu um. THE P. & O. CANTON SUCCESS PLOW la hc hr*t and chca|x-at plow for tlip (ollowinir ri-anon*: It dora th<< tarns work aa liiowa tliai coat m Kr<xt deal uiurv. It c>> ta l<- ilian other ruling t lowa bo cau*>- it m in ado ol fcw.tr p.irtt.. Ou account o( U* liuwuu lower part* u worn net out ol order. PIowh ui't mit o( nrdi'i bticauae Mtey r<" com plicated. The Marrpaa ian't coin plicated it' very aimple. A plow that won't wet out of order la what y«iu kjiii, ian't it/ You would cull *uch a...

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