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

Our 8th Semi-Annual LEARAHCE CO S3 store bears the famous Qreen Tag and in every instance possible prices have been ght, Jan. 19th. O* tSi Our Purpose Two-Fold : 1 .• •. ' ' ' ' We inaugerate this Great Clearance Sale for a two-fold purpose. FIRST— W« cut the prices and sell goods cheap which helps our many customers and the many bargains we sell are a big advertisement for future business. SECOND— We turn the goods back into money which we invest at once in new spring goods, thereby keeping at all times a fresh clean stock of new seasonable goods. x I GREEN TAGS SHOW THE REDUCED PRICE ON EACH ITEM KNIGHT'S 10.000 Green Tags will be used to mark down goods for this sale. Read the Prices Green Tag Prices t j f> ■ • • .. ' * Blankets and Comforts 50 pah110-4 cotton blankets not the little cheap kind, 75c value, while they last, the pair only 49c 100 large Bed Comforts, good material, well made, $1.50 ^regular price. Green Tag Sale Price Each ....$ | | 9 $6.00 Wool Blankets, Tagged ...

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

■ !i Kp BARGAI ■ EXTRAORDINARY. Owing to the fact that we have on hand a large'stock of Winter Goods, we have decided to make a Pre-Inventory Sale, giving to the people of Collin County the very best bargains ever offered in de- sirable Merchandise. This sale will begin on Monday, Jan. v7th and continue until Jan. 20th. CLOTHING s We have tin elegant line of Stein B'oek and Spero-Mich- aePs Clothing, very dressy and up-to-da'e styles that wo will give a reduction of 25 per cent Als > a splendid litv.i of men's and youth's overcoats at a reduction of 25 per cent A reduction of 25 per cent on boys and young men suits. 1.25 Suits at Half Price. All Mackintoshes at HALF PRICE. Men's Furnishing Goods Fall Alpine. IIATH—A reduction of 20 per cent on Haw oh and Imperial hat*. 200 men's all wool undershirts, val- ue $1 and $1.50; will be sold at 30c 100 men's all wool underwear suits worth $2 to $">, will make a reduc- tion price of 20 I"-r cent 1000 fleeced lined shirt* :'.nd draw- (...

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

BOUQUETS AND ENCORES are aj j> >} ri ie t ■ i>\ s'tppiin" 8play of V I as seen at ih 1 - store. 1 he brilliancy of the stage'* footlights isn't a whit more beautiful thin our men's ftirr.ishing8.You need them for New Year's calling, for dress occasions, «md for home wear. II you want what's stylish, you'll always find it here. Prices are never high. HUNTER ❖ ❖ I THE HABERDASHER Phone 545 * •> •> ❖❖❖+*+❖ •> *+* * * •> * * * 4 •<•❖****❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖+•>*❖•>❖*** THl'HKDAY. Mrs. W. P. Hedges, accompanied by her son. Joe, of Cynthlann, Ky., has arrived for a visit to her son, Dr. F. G. Hedges, and wife. Silas Lucas has accepted a posi- tion with the gents furnishing goad* establishment of Dick Allen. 811n- is a splendid yvung man aiul a thv- class salesman. W. R. Evans left ycsterdaj for the Panhandle country whereJje has ac- cepted a position with a new railroad lo be constructed in that section, and at the completion of his work there will return to McKlnney. M...

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

?/ 13 Piece Sale Days Starts Saturday, January 5, Lasting Until Saturday Night, January 19th. Mill Pieces Crash 8 l-3c junlity Crash Muck 1 oweling. 3 to 5 yds in pieces on sale at 6c Mill End Sab on Blankets Big lot line soft clown cotton Blankets; will be sold duiinir our Big Mill sale at You had better liurrv 40c Mill Pieces Gin gham on Sale 10c quality fine dress Ginghams, will be sold during this ;;"7 i-2c Mill Piece Price our Big Staple Department 25c quality Drown Sheeting will be sold <iuring our Bi: Mill Piice Sale at 18c 7e quality Cotton Flannell about1600 yards in all, I? Sale price WW 200 rolls Cotton Batts, other stores sell at 8 i-Iic will be sold during1 this Givat Pieoe Sale at 7#* Each I G 800 yard- fine soft finish Bleach Domestic worth 7c yard on sale at 5c WHEN WE ADVERTISE A SPECIAL SALE we are always stocked up wiih clean, fresh, new good?—we never advertise the same old thing from one year's end to the other. We never give'a Special Sale unlesss we have an...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

■i ► u I ■I *| — ' *'' -,4™" $! J f1 f yatATi.T ■. -■ .-te . ANfcgctabkflreparalionforAs - sloilating ihcFoodandBetfula- ting the Stomachs and Bowvls uf I\t \N 1 S,' ( HII.DHI..N Promotes Digestion.CiterPul- ness and Rest.Contains neither Opium.Morplunfc nor Mineral. NotNarcotic. Mx.Smut * S£r A perfect Remedy for Constipa- tion. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fevensh- ncss and Loss of Sleep. Fat Simile Signature of NEW YORK. CASTORIft For Infante and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature cf ' A I i m on ili s « 1 li }„) Hum s— I jC i.(sis EXACT copy or WRA PPER. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TMS OCHtaUR •OWMXV. KtW *«>«■ CIT . CONTEST FOR SPEAKERSHIP. Friend* uf All Avowed Candidate* An* Claiming Victory. Austin, Tex., Jan. 5.—Members of the Legislature are coming In slowly, uiul Jor that Reason and also betanst the Senatorial context is uppermont, the fight for the Speakership is as yet attracting small notice. Hon. John L. Peeler of ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

., || Friday, Saturday and Monday... Special Clothing Sale Jan. «.—Mr. Douglas Shirley came home for the holidays. Mam re- turned lo the T. C. V., Waco. Minna* Vivian Hill and Daniels of Wylle, Parker of Sherman and John- nie Goforth of Anna, Malted the holiday*, little aon. with her other hot 2531—Men's brown misted All Wool Suit* worth 9.50, this sale At Matthews Bros Bring This Ad. With You 5.45 6.49 4.95 9.50 8.45 4.45 $tV $\ *v -•' •^ the young people at the home of Mr. Calip Wornbie In honor of his daughter who wai home frort school. Mlas Baulah royally en- tetrtalned her friends. She return- ed to Itaaca where she takes up her school work. W. T. Duun of Altoga paid our com munlty a short visit. Come a^aln Mr. and Mrs. McCortnlck spent Sunday uight with the latier's slater Mra. Smith. Many residents of our community are In the county uapital today. The little baby of Mr. and Mr*. Harbin, la sick at this writing. Mr. Brewer has moved Into the house vacated by Mr. Hen ton. Mr. O...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

, , ,1. ,u, — um m —— ■SB _ ) * , 1 HF ORIGIN A I IMIIVE COUCH SYRUP Sir ite. BEE'S LAX ATI V E. H tot? MSltJ. KrVh?. r?7C.* *•• • U«Xtl ISMT 111 *** Wf tww«l U4 Mlttw M tlUlN. aaaaaaaa*v*+aaa> <\ f. H. Btt-VANf, Dentist. Foute a •I* House. Phono 203, McKlnney. v n; ii «i ■■ — — ♦ DR. J. C. N. SMITH, Dentist. « ♦ Office west side square, over a ♦ Sbalu'B office, McKlnney, Tex. a ♦ a a a •:• a a a •:• a * Sloaiv's Liivinveivt Fbr Cough, Cold, Croup, Sore Throat. Stiff Neck Rheumatism and Neuralgia At «ll Dealers Price 25c 50c, 6 ♦1.00 Senh Free oloans Book on Horses _ , Cottle. Hogs 6 Poultry ^^1 Address Dr. Earl S- Sloen 615 Albany St; Boston.Mass Weather Report For December ■W* a IB INSURANCE: That l a business. Are you protect- ❖ If not, we would like to } nd to that for you. We a ♦'.epresent old. rellal ie compa-a ♦ nies. WHITE & DAVIS; over a ♦ Collin Co. Bank, McKlnney, <• ♦ Texas. a FEARFUL ACCIDENT Following Ik the weather report for the mouth of December ,u« kep...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 10 January 1907

♦+♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ JOHN T. DARNALL DK.Vt H'OK TEXAS PIONEER Ol 1I- ZEN AND PRINTER AT PILOT POINT. M.. John T. Damn!! died yester- dayjiru.'nfng 111 5:4u at the home of hi* daughter, Mrs. Etm Elmore, In the 7Cth year of his uge, after an Hints* of a lew months. While on u visit to his daughter at Clarendon, early In the fall, he was taken with pueumonla aud was brought home. ♦ ❖ ❖ «fr ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ < ♦ •> •> <• lnc Herald, Democratic In politics After running It awhile, he and .J. W. Swindells formed a co-partlfci- shlp. a;. Junius Poster, who was aseasl- nated during the war, started the Sherman Patriot. After the war closed several of the Republicans of He recovered from the attack but Sherman bought a printing outfit was If ft very weak, and on account and re-established the Sherman Pa- of his age could not regain his ' trlot and employed A. L. Darnall as strength, which gradually faded editor and manager. Finally they away, resulting In a peaceful and old It and It was...

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

1 T .00 I'KR VISA It.' .McKIXXEY, COLLIN OOCXTY, TKXAS, THt'IWII.1 V, JANUARY 17. 1IH>7. VOL. NO. BO. UWAY ROBBESY CASE DISMISSED Commandery Elects Officers ip* far rlc uce tu oI>- ire et .SO-' if. la The ira« Pearl Campbell, the negro woman Iho was plated In Jail on a charge highway robbery, was released •am Jnil today. Ah Htnted, the wo- ian was charged with having held P a white man on East Virginia reel Friday nlwht. at the point of pistol, and relieved him of all his ioney, amounting to $23.50. After ^porting the robbery to the officers, V prosecuting witness refused to /jestify In the cat.-.- aid as there was jp other evidence, the cr s«- was dis- missed. The grand Jury which was list convened, niay take up the mat- I \ la s.-> ni>, \f\ avlll- e* en 11 It4j| oft agal Istrict Court Is In Session At a stated meeting of McKlnney Commandery No. ::4. Knight* Tem- plar Monday, the tollowing offi- cers were elected for the ensuing templar yeftr: J. L. Love Joy, Eminent Co...

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

> ,t • — ie Democrat-Gazette. H ■W-- Published Every Thursday. TOM W. I'EIIKINU WAl.TUii II. W1LHOX Kdltors, l*ublUItiTii nail Proprietor*. Jay. It It grind, grind, grind, ev- ery day, every year, till we grind .n t our grist and fold our band* for the final rest. But who would •ay that itfe it a failure because of (hit grind Soma do become tired Und tak-' their own live* und aome w! >h it were over sooner than it ia. but they are extcp'laus unl often the abnormal or eveu crazy. Llfl- has more or a soag than n fuueral to bMb*ciibiji ;—li <• iju'v opimu* dirge, more of swett than bitter, yMtr ubmm ii we ii UetfcL«i 01 (l i i,.aj| i / than misfortune rapper Indicate* tl tin e lu *i.lcb jour ub-V'JOIt 01 tn.tli miil riu.r, •ortpiion u rmtd Alt - i>trv' w-jirore sunshine than cloud, so why I «-> nmplu* arouni taou,;h titer. •*a# not Mug to live for. while the bird* are singing so gayty und the W* oe uat «*u< rwitinu rot oiuuey paid 00 •st«<>rt|>itou*, *>at ...

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

A^VPvCnTvwvTv^^^ w Wwli ID 11/ Vw^ jr Kimball aldwin Estey Hamilton l| Schulz 1 Camp & Co f < P faa ll"v (sfi, yb- tenJ ►*"«■#] IPS ffHT lerj It oi \}( JH •m< >ni (v; t-Gj ' roul Makes that represent the very crystallisation or embodiment of the latest and be t imp'ovemenu in the art and science of Ptar.o eon«tructio — successes, in other word*; having long since pact 'he experimental stage of their manufacture. Thi' state m nt, thin claim, is not based upon our person- al opini n a . « of the merits of ih*se instruments, but upon the testily y, unsolicited testimony, of such celebrated ar- tists at Marcella Sembrich, Lilliian Nordics, Emma Eames. and the matchless band master, John Phillips Sousa; and who would dare to question the ability of these to judge? To those of you who 1 ve on the farm the season of the year has arrived for marketing your products, which you arc da wl in short, laily when doing; to those who live in town, the time has come you are receiving vo...

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

....... ... fU <-y\ • ■ ■ 1 - _ _ ' If WET m. 'Tf/yx "##*, OF COMMENDATION. fj'} idiirumfy FIVE BIG FACTORIES. " I have bwi trying to gft «omt firm ber<* to put in a line of your hoe*f r.j we have a hard time getting a good ihoe in thi# town. I believe if jou will take the matter up yon can arrange with Mes*r«.—— & Co. to handle " Diamond Brand*." I have no interest in the matter only that I want to b;<y a good tlsoe once in a while. You will remember that I handled your khoc* nlien in busine^ in Quanah, and know what Ihey are." REV. WALTER GRIFFITH, Silver* n, Texaa. Could thcsupcrioriry of Diamond Brand shoes be more convincingly shown ? You are just as anxious for good shoes p.s Rev.Griffith and it is equally worth your while to insist that your dealer supply them. Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand Shoos fe - \ •Ian. 13.-—Mrs. Tony McDonald visited relatives at Durant, J T-. ro- cf utly; • ' f Miss SA PeaiergraM has re* turned from Wellington, where she hu Lcen iu ch...

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

&: I Of lit. hity. Pnt rent I Itl'IlJ Um'. * ♦ ♦j 11« *{ ft. •>! ro > > 4 Inn-* |r>r ^! ]y. ♦> *•< for Emergencies atHqme For the Stock on the Farin SlodtKs Liivinveivt Is a whole medicine chest Price 25c 50c 6 * 1.00 Sand For Free Booklet on Horses. Cattle .Hogs &ft>ultry. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass. COTTAOK HU,!. & Wr ■:r <• |nt ♦ Jan. 14.—In th«• year 1900 twi nty- cne bodies W'v'n IhterreJ In the Ot- tnge lilil cfiietety. El-, more than In 190t>. The remains of little Doliihht Fo.\! were Interred In the C* :t Hi'.l cemetery on Djc. JJlst, 1 SI*.^ had been a «uff re.- tor o" r h . • i. On tha nftcmo >n of !> c. h°r tired little bo.ly gavi? ii-j spirit ■ *■*: t God. itnd Is now hashing in sunlight ol Go'Vs aatiie. We ex.end dfnpathy to Rev. G, E. !*"• r 1- nn 1 \ family. Funeml services *.v--re <o;> ■ ducted by our yaator. Rev. O. >1* !'••* .land. Little Enrl Lnn?ford continues very ill. He hus heer. sick for nearl...

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

- harden Truck! « ♦ <• ❖ < T7T *<« <•< ♦♦♦♦ ><• < <•❖<■ ❖ I Y *ait three Jmonthe for Fresh Vegetal lcs when we c; n l. liver them at your Ki (hen looi? Your system iiee«ls a cha g« of perhao*. At Icait s. me ' Green Giulen Tiuek" for your dinner wli u t C"st you any more than a y other kind « f Ta C«*«klt k lo tstabiisn Bank at Princetou i J. 8. Heard, J. L. White, L. Scott and W. B. Newsome have turned from Princeton, where the> purchaaeJ a lot and will establtfli either a State or National bank. The bank at Priflceton la a branch of th*> Collin County National bank, li« which these gentlemen are stock- holders and directors, W.B.Newsome being president and .J L. Whit" cashier, and the branch bank will j best girl, be converted into the new Instltu- | iiuu, making it in every wuy strong ! or. A • ew brick *ull li.*g will Ix Iconstructed and active steps will at IXJMKDV STUNTS ON "Yet," Bald the telegraph opera- tor. "I reckon w4 do bump into umus...

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

♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Buy Jewelry From Goodin It's Better! ♦ ^ £ •><•❖•> ❖ •> <• v <{• •> <• ♦ ♦ • ♦ •> ❖ « « <* •> • •> ❖ <• «> •> •> * •> • ❖ ❖ •> •> •> ❖ <• •> <• ❖ * •> <• Sheriff'* Sale Nolle*. from which a red oak markei J. B. 8. bears 46 degrees west 5 varaa a red oak marked J. B. bear* 26 de- grees west 7 varaa. thence souta *8.5 degreea weat 1200 varaa to Pi- lot Orove creek, 1344 varaa to a red ouk marked J ,B. beara south £9 de- grees, east 9 varua. thence aouth 1.® degrees, eaat 088 varas to a atuke In iarvesting MAchiae Co., a cor- weat line of the said Hoyman sur- The State of Texas, County of Col- lin. By \lrtue of an Alias Execution is- ~ue. out o. t. e Honurauie luuice uj i oi Dall.is county, ou 13th da> Ji' Let. A. D. l'JK, Ly the eierii thereof, in tha cat e of McCormlck pora'.iou, versus G. A. Akridge, No. 3 779 ,'tud to. in.1, as sherl.T. dir...

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

mipim w* * tm V- . 1SC0VERER Lydja B. PInkham's Vegetable Compound, the Great Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills. I tfoo^ > M* MiifP is Am aooa I LYDIA E. PINKHAM Tfo other medicine for Woman's ills in the world has received such wide- spread and unqualified endorsement. L No other medicine has such a record of cures of female illnesses or sucb hosts of grateful friends as has Lvdia K. i'mkhsma Vegetable Compound. For more than 30 years it has been curing all forms of Female Complaints, Inflammation and Ulceration, and consequent Spinal Weakness. It has cured more eases of Buokftche and Local Weaknesses than any other one remedy. It dissolves and expels tumors in an early sU.jre of development. Irregularities and periodical pains. Weakness of the Stomach. Indigestion, Bloating, Nervous Prostration, Headache, General Debility quickly yield to it; also deranged organs, causing' pain, dragging sensations and backache. Under all olrcumstances it acts in harmony with the female system. ^...

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

• 4 tOeehln cmocrot- ,00 PER VKAJt. McKINNEY, (t)LI.IN COUNTY, TfcXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, VOL. Jit, NO. SI. 1EW OFFICERS AXE INSTALLED ie recently elected officers of ^Kinney Commandery No. 84. nights Templar, were Installed by >t Eminent Commanders Howell Smith and S. J. B. Plemmons, Iday night as follows. | Eminent Commander, J. L. Love- f\- Generalisslmo, H. Q. Smith, ptaln General, J. R. Gougb; Se- Ir Warden, T. J. Cloyd; Junior prden, If. '8: 'Met*; Prelate. W. P. Kd; Treasurer, J. L. Franklin.' ttdard bearer, L. A. Scott; Sword rer; W. J. Rhea, Warden; Arthur Smith; Sentinel, V. M. Keen. 1 INGRATOLATES SENATOR BAILEY [The following self-explantory jegram was sent over the Weatern ,1011 wires ts Senator Bailey at kin Monday. < • • • • • [McKinney, Tex., Jan. 21, 1907.— ator J. W. Bailey, Austin, Texas, hen you have served the term to lich you will be elected on the | ftrrow, you will have served in the agonal Congress twenty-two years 1 fth never a defeat or a single r...

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

The Democrat-Gazette. Published B ry Thuraday. TOM W. PKKKIKS WALTEIl B. WILSON ■Sditors, Pabllihfn and Proprietors. 1* «ea onc is:-ll s*^ oppoalw mr mi £§& th« Irsi . . •tnac tha m r r«iful rl UI p In Ttau and that's Just the kind tha McKinney Bapuata deserve. San F rim Cisco and the entire Pa- cific coast are ready by this time* to admit that tb«re is a great deal In the Southorn view of tha race ques- tion. Brownsville continues In the lime- light before the country and Senator Foraker and a few others are hav- shot that they won't be reinstated. es*erl?i^e?^ orsj^ee'oitilt/e^tiobe# a. L. 8curlock, for manr years gtftSi-SI editor of the Cl.burn,. ChronlcU. ~~ and one of the oldest and most high- ly esteemed newspaper men In Tex- Subftcrlptloa Kate* One copy one year 91.00 ag died a few days since In El Paso. ! where he had gone for the benefit of ■" ■■ ' Entered as second-class mall matter, his health. He was president of the ^ Texa* Press Association 1893*94. McKluucy, Tex**...

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

. ill..—X.l Kimball aldwin Estey Hamilton Schulz Camp & Co Makes that represent the very crystallisation or embodiment of th latest and be* t imr nvments in the art and science of Piano construction— w , in other words; baring long since pa -t the experimental tege of their manufacture. Thic statema it, true c air-., in r.ot based upon our person- al opinira a'.one of ih merit' of th-s« instruments, but upon the testuno y, 'insolieiied testimony, of s icn celebrated ar- tists as Marvel la Semonch, l.illiian Nor<iica, Emma Eames. and the matchless band m >wr, John Phillips Sousa; ana wha would dare to question ihe nolilty of these to judge? To those of you who 1 v- on the farm the season of the year has arrived lor marketing your products, which you are daily doing; to those wno live iu town, the time has come when you are receiving your share of the year's prosperity— in short, the time is at hand when we are all better prepared financially to provide for th* •*«■ ! traini...

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

Vtfwik* a mmmrnmmmmtmmti ■>= Intsfetiy Mic#, and th* hlghut type Miilfco 4 111* world ed Every ' 1 TOM W. I'KHKm WAl.TKlt H. « IUU\ ! Living he commanded th« idnlri- m> tU># of Isl* fellow men In •rtrjr land. I -w d d>Ing 5 ft the memory of hit i pur* and wxeltel character and hie _ u uwliih an I patriotic service aa i fUlltor*. rnfclislw** awl prU.-*l*M htgtcy to his native South, wboee proudest boast is that h* wai To *nAert~r :-T* 4N* IN*** year UIM • t*e Mrie *Ht i*** * * ** • ruMC U *<mm «* • On* «<*f **">" •oriplton t i.*to AH va |h« Brat of tV> Mil t V"W a--fc* eiVlBM U |«V*' %4* lr«WI ++ W wu. Austin U the llvltot place In Tex «• «e «ot MM tw •weep MM «e «sftasrt*UeM, WM r*! *mrn «* at V*iwe « «• . if ar aa to *rt «• ■ 4* « J— |l>«''or lato wf **ifv ato >®u . The placid water* of the Colorado hav loet their placidity. Ii'i Htobwe One copy uw |«ar A simple cat* of the swell head ! baa blighted many promising ca- It.Mtt r*era. Entered aa secoad-cU...

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